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How Ranchers Keep Livestock Warm in Winter Storms

Ranchers say livestock deaths are "minimal" so far this winter season

Despite recent winter storms, North Dakota Ag officials say most of the state’s livestock made it through. Cattle specialist Carl Dahlen says most cows are not taken inside during harsh winter storms. He says this can be dangerous to the animals. The excessive body heat and moisture could cause the spread of pneumonia or other sicknesses. Ranchers use tree lines, walls…

UPDATED: Marshall County Sheriff Asking Evacuees to Find a Safe Place to Stay

Witnesses say the building is a total loss

Courtesy: Dorie Norekis  UPDATE: Marshall County Sheriff Jason Boman confirms that multiple people have been displaced from their homes around the Nordic Fiberglass building in Warren, Minnesota. He posted an update on the official Facebook page for the sheriff’s office asking people who have been asked to leave their homes need to find a place to stay because they don’t…

Husband Arrested in Cottage Grove Business Owner’s Homicide

Police arrested 43-year-old Stephen Allwine in the death of his wife, Amy Allwine

  Up until now Cottage Grove police have only described Amy Allwine’s death as suspicious. But on Tuesday, two months after she was killed, police arrested her 43-year-old husband Stephen Allwine for her murder. Amy was discovered dead in her home on November 13. She was the owner of a dog training business. He did information technology for an insurance…

16 Protesters Arrested Near DAPL Main Camp in Morton County

The Morton County Sheriff's Office says the number of arrests in Morton County is now more than 600

  The number of arrests related to protests over construction of the pipeline has surpassed 600. The Morton County Sheriff’s Office says 16 people were arrested Monday and Tuesday in confrontations with police near the protesters’ main encampment near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. The charges range from criminal trespass, engaging in a riot, possession of marijuana, fleeing, assault on…

Police: Rapid City Gas Station Clerk Stabbed to Death Over Beer

Rapid City Police say the female clerk was in her 20s and left to die in front of the store

  A gas station clerk was stabbed to death during a robbery in Rapid City. “Unfortunately we had a robbery,” said Rapid City Police Chief Karl Jegeris. “Actually, it appears to be more of a beer theft in progress and when our officers arrived, they found a young female clerk that was brutally stabbed and left to die right in…

Sen. Hoeven Accuses Obama Administration of DAPL Delays

Senator John Hoeven says the Trump Administration should approve the final easement on DAPL immediately

  Senator Hoeven claims the Obama administration is again trying to delay the Dakota Access Pipeline project by changing the rules. He says a new environmental impact study will impose months and perhaps years of additional delay and difficulty on the people who live and work in the pipeline area. He says the company has complied with all federal and…

Simply Mac Closes at West Acres Mall

The store closed for business after Apple ends agreement with the chain

UPDATED CONTENT: Yet another store is closing its doors at West Acres Mall. Simply Mac has closed for business. It comes after Apple Corporation ended its agreement with the chain. The lack of Apple products made Simply Mac’s business model impossible to continue. The store opened its West Acres location in August 2014. The closing is one of a number…

Fargo Man One Step Closer to Saving His Home

Fargo's Historic Preservation Commission says John and Sherri Stern's home is historically significant

  Fargo’s Historic Preservation Commission has given its endorsement to saving the house owned by John and Sherri Stern. The board determined the home near the Red River is historically significant because it was designed by the grand-daughter of world famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The home is one of four that the city needs in order to build a…

Harry Potter Week at Wags Stay N Play

Dogs at the Wags Stay N' Play in Moorhead Dress Up Like Harry Potter

Wags Stay N Play is hosting another fun week for their dogs. Wags Stay N Play is a boarding school and daycare in Moorhead for both cats and dogs. This week, the dogs can dress up as Harry Potter characters with capes, hats and glasses supplied by Wags. Dog handlers will be taking pictures of the dogs dressed up and…

HIRED Job Fair Helps People Find Their New Career

The HIRED Job Fair brings together 50 employers and over 500 job seekers

Prospective employees met with companies looking to fill empty positions at the HIRED Job Fair. The event is the largest of its kind in the area and was co–sponsored by Preference Personnel, Job Service North Dakota and Radio F–M Media. According to event organizers, attending the fair is not just a great way to find a new job, but also…