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1. Spring is here! Warm but not heatwave conditions are forecast for the Twin Towns Area for the next few days. A high of 65 degrees is foreca…

1. Start spreading the news. The New York tri-state area will end most capacity restrictions beginning Tuesday, May 19, New York governor Andr…

Here are the HOWLing Huskies for the week. In front are Amelia Peterson (2nd grade) and Aaliyah Montroy (1st grade). In back are Justus Bischo…

By Brad Durick The water temperature on the Red River finally reached 50 degrees last Friday (Apr. 30), and with that increase the bite has started improve a little each day. There has been lots of picking and pecking by catfish with  some good solid hits mixed in, showing an increase in activity. The big...

By Doug Leier When I was a kid, I thought being a game warden would be a neat career, but certainly a difficult job to land.   As a former warden who understands the time commitment of the job, challenges and rewards I initially fell into the category of wrongly thinking I wouldn’t get hired. Yet,...

NDG&F Release North Dakota’s 2021 deer season is set, with 72,200 licenses available to hunters, 3,150 more than last year. In total, any-antlered licenses increased by 1,500 from last year, any-antlerless by 1,250, antlered whitetail by 100, antlerless whitetail by 100, antlerless mule deer by 200 and antlered mule deer licenses remained the same. In addition,...

NDG&F Release The North Dakota Game and Fish Department completed its annual spring mule deer survey in April, and results indicate western North Dakota’s mule deer population is similar to last year and 21 percent above the long-term average. In 2020 it was up 7 percent compared to 2019 and 22 percent compared to the...

Anglers took to Lake Elsie in Hankinson on Friday, May 1 for a day of sunshine and good fishing for the Gary Gabbert Fishing Derby sponsored by the Richland County Wildlife Club.



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