Saturday, May 26, 2012

Red river

  • FARGO – Families are invited to attend the eighth annual Safety Safari at the Red River Zoo 3 to 7 p.m. June 7. FARGO – Families are invited to attend the eighth annual Safety Safari at the Red River Zoo 3 to 7 p.m. June 7.
  • (INFORUM)
  • MONTREAL - A river of red-clad protesters is rippling through downtown Montreal on this, the 100th day of Quebecs student strikes. Small events are being held in support of the Quebec one in other Canadian cities, as well as Paris and New York.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • How ironic is this? Bees produce the world's most natural, healthy source of sweetness: honey. But here in the Red River Valley, bee populations have been "declared dead" by many beekeepers.
  • (Examiner)
  • FOR TWO straight years around Memorial Day, dead fish have popped up in the Ogeechee River, once considered one of Georgia's most pristine and scenic rivers. That's alarming.
  • (Savannah Morning News)
  • The Valley News Live StormTeam says your Memorial Day weekend forecast appears to be quite unsettled across the Red River Valley and lakes country Minnesota. Expect stormy weather to develop Saturday night with heat and more storms on Sunday.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • The 2nd semifinal featured Shanley and Red River. We went to the 5th tied at 2, thats when Shanley erupted for 5 runs. Lincoln Voss runs one to the gap in left-center that plates Gabe Sandy for the go-ahead run.
  • (WDAY)
  • FARGO — Grand Forks Red River now has a decade of girls tennis dominance — plus one. The Roughriders earned a 3-2 victory against St. Mary's to win the state championship Friday.
  • (Bismarck Tribune)
  • Moe is also the first non-Grand Forks player to win state singles since 1998. A Grand Forks Red River player had won the previous 10 singles titles. Bakke was attempting to become the first St. Mary's player to ever win a state singles crown.
  • (Bismarck Tribune)
  • FARGO — The federal debate over the constitutionality of Fargo's Ten Commandments monument isn't over yet. An opinion issued Friday from the 8th U.S.
  • (Grand Forks Herald)

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