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Mid-Winter Fishing Patterns Still in Control
The first week in February has been cold, with temperatures dipping back below zero most nights, with highs in the single digits or low teens. Anglers are still able to get around on the lakes ...
2/5/18 at 9:59 AM How Birds and Mammals Survive the Winter 11/22/17 at 9:04 AM
Lake Ice Still Treacherous Due to Weather Ups and Downs 11/22/17 at 9:03 AM
Balmy November Weather Isn’t in the Cards for Outdoors Enthusiasts This Year
I spent the Sunday of last years Minnesota firearms deer season opener in a boat on the Rainy River fishing walleyes. The fish were biting, and the day was gorgeous, with a high temperature that fli...
11/2/17 at 10:14 AM Bad Weather Prompts North Dakota Game and Fish Department to Reschedule Advisory Board Meetings Set for Tonight and Tuesday 11/28/16 at 1:48 PM
N.D. Game and Fish postpones Tuesday night meeting in Minto until Dec. 9 12/2/13 at 10:20 AM
WATCH: It Was No Lake Superior, but Devils Lake Had Big Waves, Too
The high winds this week helped Duluth, Minn., make news for an unfortunate reason. The waves riled up on Lake Superior crashed into a popular walkway along the lake and caused damage. The waves were...
10/28/17 at 11:53 AM Cloud-Seeding Controversy in N.D. Grows as Ward County Wants Out 7/18/17 at 3:03 PM
We’re Hosed: Frankie MacDonald Says N.D. Going to Get Hit by Massive Snowstorm 11/14/16 at 4:00 PM
We New Arrivals in Fargo Honor Indigenous People’s Day
Love this day to honor the people and cultures that lived here thousands of years before we immigrants moved here. Proud that Fargo is a city that celebrates Indigenous Peoples Daythanks to wonderful ...
10/9/17 at 9:32 AM ND Protecting Status Quo on Energy Limits Our States Energy Potential 10/1/17 at 5:07 PM
Put Politics Aside and Use the Facts to Improve US Healthcare 9/22/17 at 11:24 AM
What Will the Weather Be Like on Eclipse Day?
Everyone hoping to see the eclipse all share one thought will it be clear? Looking into weather trends from previous Augusts, the western half of the path stands a better chance of clear skies than...
8/8/17 at 5:03 PM New GOES-16 Weather Satellite Beams Back Beautiful (And Useful) Photos of Earth 1/23/17 at 6:29 PM
Cosmic Rays Are Beating up on Key Space Weather Satellite 11/1/16 at 2:08 PM
Ground Hog Day
Information and activities are from KRP's Ultimate Holiday Activity Guide and Understanding Weather from the NIE Institute. Does the groundhog seeing his shadow on Groundhog Day really mean anything?...
2/2/17 at 2:41 AM Cool off with these ideas 7/17/15 at 9:07 AM
We're looking for kid weather anchors! 7/7/14 at 8:07 AM
Cold to Return
The break in the cold weather has been pleasant for fingers, toes, and other extremities. However, it is likely that Arctic air will return this winter. The upper-atmospheric circulation around the N...
1/20/17 at 8:13 PM Midwinter 50s Are Rare 1/20/17 at 8:05 PM
Joint Pain Might Not Be a Sign of Changing Weather 1/20/17 at 8:02 PM
‘Historic Blizzards on the Plains’ Presentation Jan. 22 at Fargo Public Library
Have you heard of Tornado Alley? Did you realize there is also a Blizzard Alley?The Northern Plains and especially the Red River Valley record more blizzards than anywhere else in the lower 48 states....
1/20/17 at 3:30 PM
Navigating the Weather – Rescheduled Exhibit Reception
I feel like a bit of a hypocrite, in last week's blog I encouraged everyone to "get-over" winter, brave the elements and get to the reception last Thursday, only to panic and cancel/postpone the event...
1/17/17 at 9:17 AM #EmbraceWinterMovement and Become Part of an Exhibit 2/26/14 at 3:57 PM
All I Want for Christmas
Back in 1973, I was a mere toddler when Merle Haggard hit No. 1 on the country music charts by crooning, If we make it through December, everythings gonna be alright. The song popped into my head the...
12/20/16 at 9:47 PM Let It Snow! 12/9/16 at 11:17 PM
Embracing change 10/29/15 at 8:50 PM
Good for Ducks, Bad for Farmers
LANGDON, N.D. -- I always visiting Langdon, a farm town in northern North Dakota. I'm here again today for two stories that will run in future editions of our magazine. This has been a tough growin...
8/9/16 at 1:24 PM Fraternity of farmers? Be skeptical 5/6/16 at 8:45 AM
Wow, what a day for crops! 7/10/15 at 10:57 AM
Commitment to Pain
"In every race, something within each athlete (something we may now specify as perception of effort) poses a simple question: How bad do you want it? To realize your potential, you must respond with s...
6/19/16 at 1:32 PM A race for redemption 5/22/16 at 9:41 AM
Following the lonely road 5/16/16 at 8:11 PM
People injured, and homes destroyed and damaged after tornado hits Baker, Mont.
BAKER, Mont. -- An unknown number of people were injured, at least two homes were destroyed and as many as a dozen others were damaged after a tornado struck the east side of Baker just before 7 p.m. ...
6/11/16 at 11:18 PM Erratic weather brings ups, downs during harvest for area farmers 8/20/15 at 12:00 AM
Small fires point to dry conditions in southwest N.D. 3/6/15 at 11:32 PM
No more ALL CAPS RAGE from the National Weather Service
For an organization that deals with highs and lows every day, the National Weather Service always had one mode for all of its communications: ALL CAPS, ALL THE TIME: You might have seen these forec...
4/12/16 at 11:51 AM
Staying out of the doghouse – Valentine’s Day date ideas
With Valentines Day quickly approaching, it is safe to say a few of you out there are scrambling for date ideas. Some love the chocolate, flowers, cards and gifts that seem to symbolize the holiday. ...
2/13/16 at 12:29 PM Bad Weather Burlesque excites Fargo-Moorhead 11/27/12 at 8:58 AM
The Fair-weather Faithful 2/16/10 at 2:33 PM