Area Students Earn UND Medical Scholarships

GRAND FORKS, N.D. ( – A total of $351,705 in scholarships were awarded to 135 medical students at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Funds for the scholarships come from various private sources, endowments and scholarship funds. Four area students recieved a scholarship that will be used for the...
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Courtney Places In State Corn Yield Contest

Oakes, N.D. ( – Drew Courtney of Oakes, N.D., recently won third place in the A No-Till/Strip-Till Non-Irrigated division of the 2014 National Corn Growers’ Association’s (NCGA) Corn Yield Contest in North Dakota. Courtney won with Pioneer® brand hybrid P9526AMX™, which yielded 225 bushels per acre. Courtney earned one of the 238 state titles...
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Dean Pedersen with one nice Walleye.

A Good Day Fishing On Lake Ashtabula

SIBLEY, N.D. ( Dean Pedersen and his son Carver of rural Valley City had a great day fishing on Lake Ashtabula recently. Dean caught a 9 pound Walleye and Carver caught a nice small mouth bass. Check out the photos below.    
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NDSU Farm & Ranch Succession Workshops

FARGO, N.D. ( Farm and ranch succession planning is emerging as a critical need for NorthDakota producers. The average age of a farmer/rancher is 57, so many are looking toward retirement and transitioning their business. To help, the North Dakota State University Extension Service is offering “Design Your Succession Plan” workshops at a number...
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