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Savvy Senior: How to Claim Social Security Benefits During the Pandemic

Dear Savvy Senior, With my local Social Security offices being closed due to COVID-19, what is the best way to apply for my Social Security retirement benefits? Approaching 62 Dear Approaching, Becaus...

 

North Star ends Rockets' season at Region 4

Third-seeded New Rockford-Sheyenne, following their victory over HWC in the first round of the Region 4 Tournament on Tuesday, November 10, faced the same team that dealt them a three-set loss in the...

 

Soderholm soars in first pro rodeo permit run

A few weeks ago we featured Sheyenne cowgirl Connie Soderholm, highlighting her desire to compete on the pro rodeo circuit. Here's a quick follow-up for y'all: Connie finished 18th in her permit...

 

Our Outdoors: The Weight of the Wait

With the anchor-like weight of a deer tag becoming more and more tangible in the right leg pocket of my camouflage hunting pants and that heft spurring much of my recent outdoor activity, I catch...

 

North Dakota Outdoors: Nov. 23, 2020

I grew up in an era when wild game cooking involved a can of cream of mushroom soup and a roaster. The wild game – grouse, duck, partridge or a rare pheasant – was simmering beneath the greyish...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: Nov. 23, 2020

Outdoor notes: *Stay off any and all ice whether hunting or fishing because it’s generally unsafe yet. *Nov. 27: Muzzleloader deer season opens. *Nov. 29: Dove season closes. *Nov. 30 & Dec. 1:...

 

NDGF Fall Advisory Board invites questions

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department encourages hunters, anglers and trappers to send questions for the fall advisory board livestream meeting prior to the scheduled start time. Questions should be submitted to [email protected] Those sent...

 

North Dakota Game & Fish Department News

Fall Mule Deer Survey Completed The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s fall mule deer survey indicated another year of good fawn production. Biologists counted 2,116 mule deer in the aerial survey in October. The ratio of 82 fawns per 100...

 

Leaving Lead Behind

Hunters and anglers are the primary funders of wildlife conservation through license fees and excise taxes on equipment like fishing tackle, guns, and ammunition. These taxes, resulting from the Pittm...

 

Ice Fishing Preview: Southeast Lakes Benefit from Recent High Waters

In the fall of 2019, the southeast corner of North Dakota received significant rain which not only complicated the hunting efforts of many in the region, but also filled up sloughs, lakes and...

 

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