OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK This sharptail was wired
While hunting sharp-tailed grouse last week near Stanley, N.D., an unusual thing happened to me. I was alone with my yellow Lab, Lucy, hunting a portion of Lostwood National Wildlife Refuge, a vast ... Posted on 9/27/10 at 11:54 AM
ON MY MIND Visiting Sioux Falls
Over the weekend my family had a short visit to Sioux Falls, the largest city in South Dakota, with a population of 155,000, about half of the size of population in St. Paul, the second largest city i... Posted on 5/9/10 at 6:52 PM
It was “signing day” across the country Wednesday, and Woodbury High School boasted six student-athletes who signed letters of intent to participate in athletics at various NCAA Division I and Division II institutions.
The Washington County Board of Commissioners voted Jan. 13 to approve a joint powers agreement between Washington and Dakota counties to remove the blighted J.A.R. swing bridge that spans Mississippi River from St. Paul Park to Inver Grove Heights.
ROSCOE, S.D. — The elder statesmen of this pheasant hunting clan have reserved seats up front in the old conversion van. That’s Roy Meier in the driver’s seat. He’s 80. In the passenger seat is Rolf Grimsrud, 75, of Superior.
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