Al Gustin

You may have heard or read something about the “cow that stole Christmas.” On Dec.

down pole

Whoever said “rain is a good thing” wasn’t referencing late December rain in North Dakota.

Josh Kramer

As the editor-in-chief, I get to ride the coattails of the people who consistently “grind it out” to produce this outstanding magazine – a publicat

pork adobo

Facing the challenge of finding and recruiting teachers to fill eight openings at the start of the 2023-24 school year, the Mott-Regent School Dist

Four Winds/Minnewaukan boys basketball team

The gym is empty, though not for long. Soon, fans of basketball will fill the stands.

Roxanne Henke

I still remember the first time I saw him. I was sitting cross-legged on the stage of the old Bison fieldhouse at North Dakota State University.

Eamon Alido

Eamon Alido lifts the canola plants from a tray, enthusiastically explaining hydroponics as a technique of growing plants using a water-based nutri

power lines

“Beat the peak” has become a unified message among electric cooperatives as the demand for electricity grows.


Technology is not just impacting rural communities: It's empowering them.

Al Gustin

Last month, I went to the North Dakota Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives office and paged through some issues of this magazine from the ea