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Whether using rakes, leaf blowers or lawnmowers, North Dakota State College of Science students were members of an especially fast and thorough yard crew last week. Anthony Dorter was among those riding the mowers on  nearly 30 area lawns. Seventeen lawns, in front and backyards, were taken …

It is time for you to get ready for great food, fun, and belly laughs! The annual Chahinkapa Zoo fundraiser will be held Friday, November 16 at the Wahpeton Community Center. If you have never attended this fun and exciting event let me enlighten you with the details.

Taking a break from putting together the game plan for his team’s upcoming playoff game, North Dakota State College of Science Head Coach Eric Issendorf decided to narrow down his nominations for the conference awards. Picking a few players from the offense was tough enough, but picking two …

For the first time since 2007, North Dakota State College of Science’s volleyball team is bound for the NJCAA Division I Volleyball Championship. The Wildcats won both of the matches (3-2, 3-1) against North Platte Community College in the best-of-three series to take home the District G Cha…

After getting bounced in the first round last season, the second-year North Dakota State College of Science players were especially hungry to get back to the state championship game. Their determination showed in their Sunday, Nov. 5 semifinal game against the Central Lakes College Raiders. …

Jan Ketterling, a local psychologist, participated in the Region 2 American Quarter Horse Championship show last weekend in Rapid City, South Dakota. Her horse, No Doubt Ima Loper, was awarded the Grand Champion award in three events: Amateur Performance Geldings, Open Performance Geldings a…

The ability for a simple horse to drastically change lives is being witnessed daily at Ricigliano Farms. Since its inception last year, children and adults have been positively impacted through riding lessons and most recently through equine assisted psychotherapy. 

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You may know the persistent absence of responsive care by another name. It is sometimes referred to as neglect or deprivation. Regardless of which of these words, they are defining the same concern. Research from the National Scientific Council on the Developing Child describes it as the abs…

A patient walks into my office with a puffy, red and irritated eye.  The first question might be:  What does the loser of the fight look like?  The only problem is there has been no fight and the patient has no idea how the eye got like that.  This is a classic case of contact dermatitis, a …

The ability to judge the distance of an object is a crucial ability for our daily lives.  Much of a person’s depth perception is thanks to stereopsis, the ability to take visual information from two eyes and sense depth.  This two perspective method is used by 3-D cameras for filming movies …

SQUISHY. Watch for the melt today as temps jump into the 50s.  Moving about in the field will be a bit wetter, so pack your waterproof swamp stompers.  We talk current crop conditions, getting geared up for early ice and the power of a rotary vise in today’s Three Things.   Featured Photo: A rooster...

STILL.  A windless morning will start your day off right and animal movement should be fast and frequent in the calm conditions after a five-day stretch of gusts.  Watch for the same this evening as things warm up.  We talk about that and more in today’s Three Things.   Featured Photo: A shadow is cast...

LAST COLD ONE.  The complexion of your deer season will change tomorrow as we work through one last day of cold conditions before things heat up some.  We get you set for the week with fun outdoor videos to burn away the last cold day and and a great tying site to get you set...