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1. North Dakota House leaders are calling upon state Rep. Luke Simons, R-District 36, to resign. Simons has been accused of sexual harassment,…

1. Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine has met the requirements for emergency use authorization, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration st…

If you have recently viewed filmmaker and diver Craig Foster’s 2020 documentary, “My Octopus Teacher," you have observed the life-changing, de…

By Nick Simonson In the cold of early spring, it’s not uncommon to see anglers patrolling those initial openwater areas for the first walleyes of the season.  As they stage for their spawning run, these fish provide a welcome bite for those looking to break out the long rod and shake the rust off with...

By Nick Simonson As a weather junkie, I know that any forecast over five days out is not to be trusted.  As an angler though, especially the glass-half-full kind who relishes the thought of the season’s first cast over running water, I know that even a 16-day experimental forecast which shows a hint at extended...

By Doug Leier My duties as an outreach biologist for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department are varied. For example, I help with other Game and Fish functions such as checking on fishing access sites, possible fish kills or conducting upland and small game surveys.  One of the surveys is a count of waterfowl...

By Nick Simonson What outdoor product has a higher hold rating than Bitcoin?  What is getting pricier than a 1960s-era Mickey Mantle baseball card as collectors take stock of their youth-based memorabilia?  What is seeing a run unlike anything we’ve recently witnessed, beyond perhaps Charmin and Cottonelle last March? The answer to all three of...

The Wyndmere-Lidgerwood Warbirds were defeated by the Central Cass Squirrels 49-38 in the semifinals of the region one girls basketball tournament. The Warbirds defeated Oak Grove in the first round of tournament play and Lisbon in the second round.

The Wyndmere-Lidgerwood Warbirds bested the Lisbon Broncos 50-39 at the region one girls basketball tournament to advance to the next round and face off against the Central Cass Squirrels, the number one team in the region.



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