Anti-Muskie Stocking Bill Dies In Minnesota Legislature

ST. PAUL — A bill that would have prevented the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources from expanding its muskellunge stocking program died quietly in the Legislature. In the frantic final moments of this year’s session, which ended Sunday, no vote was taken on the bill. That means the DNR will be able to move forward…
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Dick Bremer: ‘You Can’t Really Sugarcoat Things’

FARGO — The Minnesota Twins are 10-29 and fan talk has gone from whether they can make the playoffs to whether they can salvage the season to whether they’ll break the 1962 New York Mets’ all-time record of 120 losses in a season. This can be taxing on play-by-play broadcasters, TV and radio, who are…
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Welcome To The New Voice Of The Bison

Welcome to the Fargo media, Jeff Culhane, and congratulations on your new gig as the Voice of the Bison. Being associated with North Dakota State football and basketball will surely be a blast and, eventually, could lead to bigger and better things for you like it has for Tim Miles, Saul Phillips, Gene Taylor and…
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‘Magical’: Angler Catches Gold-colored Crappie

A Wisconsin angler made the catch of a lifetime last week when he hauled in a gold-colored crappie from the Fox River, according to a report on WLUK-TV. Steve Volkman was trying to catch common black crappies from the river in downtown Neenah, Wis., which is located near Green Bay. Black crappies are normally speckled…
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What If You Stage A Protest And Nobody Shows Up?

MOORHEAD — It was a nice enough afternoon and I needed some deodorant, so I figured I’d drive to the Target store in Moorhead and check out the protest against the company’s transgender bathroom policy in the process. The whole two birds with one stone thing. I saw¬†word of the protest on Facebook (where else?),…
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