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Gertie Bollinger, Wahpeton, shared this photo of ducks crossing the street near the Richland County Courthouse Thursday, May 6. The mother and…

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…

By Nick Simonson It’s a sure sign of spring when you begin to see the little mounds of dirt popping up between the segments of sidewalk, evidence of ants hard at work getting active and ready for the warm weather months.  As these industrious insects ramp up their efforts for the betterment of their colonies,...

By Nick Simonson When fish are active in the warming waters of spring, triggering a reaction strike can be one of the most exciting ways to explore new areas, locate fish quickly and create some memorable outings.  A classic lure that can be customized for all species from trout, to smallmouth bass, to pike and...

By Mike Peluso Old news is good news. The big walleyes are still lingering around the Missouri River near Bismarck, and that’s a great thing; especially if you have kids, as this is the best time to introduce a young person to fishing. I still have the remainder of May that I will be guiding...

By Nick Simonson Amidst all the discussion of global warming, climate change, and pollution on a level so great that a second landmass made of plastic floating in the Pacific Ocean can be seen from outer space, it’s the smaller areas where I encounter garbage that stick with me each spring.  After a winter under...



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