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New royalty will be crowned during Donnelly Threshing Bee
New faculty welcomed to UMM
Morris FMSC packing event exceeds goal in 2016
Zebra mussels discovered in Pope County lake
Highway 59 & 28 intersection to reopen
Bridgewater calms concerns about sore shoulder
Cabrera leads Tigers past Twins, 9-4
Willmar tennis opens season with sweep
Tigers 1-2 at Osakis quad
Tigers overpower Twins
Hazel Marion Anderson
Richard Alison DeWall, M.D.
Gregg H. Bitter
Ronald Hawkinson, Sr
Ewald Ludwig Moerer
Talking it over
Letter: Fairboard thanks you for making 2016 Stevens County Fair a success
Letter: We need some backbone
Buddies gets building permit in 2006
Ready and waiting for students
Liliana Elena Mendoza
Lucas Palmer Broesder
Open Houses: August 13, 2016
Theodore Norval Windingstad
U.S. House Agriculture Committee chairman visits Minnesota
NRCS funding available to develop monarch butterfly habitats
July rains provide moisture boost for area crops
FSA County Committee nominations open
Three Stevens County farms recognized as 2016 Century Farms
June 7, 2013
It looks and feels like spring is really here to stay now, with summer just around the corner. The library has a fresh look with new tile in the staff area and new carpeting in the meeting room. Funds for these upgrades came from the library’s capital budget, which is included...
June 7, 2013 - 5:37pm
Donnelly News 6-8-13
Welcome to another edition of the Donnelly news. It continues to be cool around here with plenty of rain to keep things green. I think most farmers in the area have their crops in and what is up continues to look good. In St. John’s/ Kongsvinger news: There will be joint services...
June 7, 2013 - 5:35pm
Looking Back 6-8-13
60 Years Ago Items from the Sun of June 23, 1953 As part of a program on seed improvement, sponsored by the Mutual Security Agency, the West Central Experiment Station will be host to people from many countries June 26 and 27. It is anticipated the the short course will be participated...
June 7, 2013 - 5:33pm
May 28, 2013
Polygonatum odoratum ‘Variegatum’: Perennial Plant of the Year 2013
The Perennial Plant of the Year™ program began in 1990 to showcase a perennial that is outstanding among its competitors. The selection process is quite simple – PPA members vote for the Perennial Plant of the Year™ each summer. Nominations generally need to satisfy the...
May 28, 2013 - 1:09pm
May 22, 2013
Growing Green: Summer Lawn Care
With this odd start to the summer season, many seem confused about this season’s lawn care. What is an appropriate mower height? How often and how much should I water? When is the best time to fertilize, dethatch and renovate existing lawns? For the answers to these questions, you...
May 22, 2013 - 11:18am
May 21, 2013
Growing Green: Heirlooms for your Cutting Garden
This late spring has really delayed our work on the flower farm. Flats of flowers are stacking up, crying to be planted in a warm, cozy spot, while many seeds have yet to leave their packets. This year we are trying some new/old flowers, (heirlooms) and I am very excited to watch...
May 21, 2013 - 11:16am
May 10, 2013
Growing Green: Look out for ticks
You would think that this later than normal spring would delay the tick season. Well, think again, I pulled five ticks off my dog, Jasmine, on Saturday. A quick trip to the vet to get her seasonal doses of Frontline brought more bad news. She tested positive for Lyme disease! Don’t...
May 10, 2013 - 9:23am
May 2, 2013
Growing Green: Fascinating Fragrances
From Victorian Pocket Melons to Thomas Jefferson’s prized scented geraniums, fragrances have been a part of human culture for a very long time. Flowers have been shown to have positive effects on human emotions, and recent research has shown that fragrant flowers are a “positive...
May 2, 2013 - 10:13am
April 9, 2013
Growing Green: Successful potatoes
An early Easter and a late winter have worked together to foil an annual rite of spring. Good Friday has come and gone with no opportunity to get potatoes in the ground. If you haven’t thought about potatoes yet, now is a great time to select varieties and think about planting...
April 9, 2013 - 4:57pm
April 1, 2013
Growing Green: Spring Planted Bulbs for Summer Bloom
I can’t imagine a garden without the lovely fragrance of Acidanthera (Peacock Orchid). A type of gladiola, the acidanthera flower is a white bloom with a maroon blotchy center, and like the gladiola, is a summer bulb. Summer bulbs and tubers are planted after the last frost...
April 1, 2013 - 10:40am
March 22, 2013
Growing Green: Dividing Perennials
The first day of spring has come and gone. The snow is deep outside my window, but the sun is shining brightly, and the soft drip of melting snow whisper “spring is on the way!” When the frost leaves the ground, the early perennials will begin to grow. Dianthus (Sweet Williams...
March 22, 2013 - 10:22am
March 11, 2013
Growing Green: Let's Get Growing!
It’s that time of year again. Spring is just around the corner, seeds are ordered, and local Master Gardener groups are gearing up for their annual education days. The Douglas County Master Gardener group is no exception. On Saturday, March 23, Douglas County Master Gardeners present...
March 11, 2013 - 4:13pm
March 5, 2013
Growing Green: It’s Fruit Tree Pruning Time
Now is the time to start pruning your fruit trees. Pruning your trees while they are in dormancy reduces the possibility of fire blight in crabapples, apples and pears, as well as minimizing canker diseases in cherries and plums. A good pair of pruning shears is probably one of...
March 5, 2013 - 4:25am
February 27, 2013
Growing Green: Garden Style
The first question you should ask yourself when planning a new garden is “Why do I want a garden?” Maybe you have a shady spot where grass won’t grow, but hostas and ferns would. Perhaps you have fond memories of your grandmother’s cottage garden, full of color and texture....
February 27, 2013 - 1:21pm
February 18, 2013
Growing Green: True Blue Gradening
I’m sure you’ve heard me say it before, I LOVE BLUE IN THE GARDEN. True blue plants are hard to come by. Most plants described as blue are actually shades of purple from eggplant to lilac. Because it is so hard to find, blue can be used to create a different and unusual effect...
February 18, 2013 - 2:51pm