With the temperatures warming up, you would assume people are gearing up for summer recreation. But that's not the case in Devils Lake, where this weekend will still provide excellent ice fishing conditions.
The second stage of the railroad raise in Ramsey County is slated to begin in less than a month, but the lake rise could potentially throw a kink in the plans.
The Devils Lake Kiwanis Club is serving hundreds of meals today to raise money for service projects in the city.
The effects of flooding could be felt in the Lake Region as soon as this weekend when temperatures are expected to reach into the 60s. That warm weather will hasten the spring melt, leaving rural roads vulnerable.
A North Dakota political legend will share stories from more than a generation ago of congressional battles to try and improve water access in the state.
A branch of the North Dakota National Guard is preparing for the prestigious mission of guarding our nation's capitol. More than 150 soldiers are busy training at Camp Grafton for a year-long mission in Washington D-C that will begin this summer.
Members of the Spirit Lake Nation tying to oust tribal chairman Roger Yankton say they've nearly collected enough signatures to petition for Yankton's removal.
As the Red River Valley prepares for significant flooding this year the Lake Region is waiting to deal with its own flooding. Two state outlets can't begin moving water from Devils Lake until the flood crests downstream, which could take weeks.
Devils Lake students are breaking out the big bus to help fight hunger in the Lake Region. The Devils Lake High School student council is going around to every school in the district organizing a mass food drive.
There may soon be more restrictions on on pet owners in Devils Lake. A citizen committee presented five new pet ordinances to the city this week.
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