COMPASS POINTS It's 'game on' at Devils Lake
Devils Lake is clear of ice finally! and a couple of area fishing guides recommend finding the warmest water for the best early season walleye action.
In a news release from the Devils Lake Conve... Posted on 5/20/13 at 10:41 AM
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Im not gonna lie. I had been looking forward to the Doritos Locos taco for some time now. They had test marketed them in a couple ... Posted on 3/9/12 at 1:00 AM
Construction crews at the Devils Lake airport made a grizzly discovery recently -- they found a set of human remains near where a new runway is slated to be built. The body was found in late May, causing a delay in the airport expansion project.
Drivers in Devils Lake say they're glad construction work on one of the main roads through town is wrapping up. The Department of Transportation just finished resurfacing College Drive in Devils Lake, from Highway 2 to north of Lake Region State College.
A Devils Lake veteran is now the head of the state's VFW chapter. Emery Fisher served as the vice commander before being elected the state commander for North Dakota at the beginning of the month. He will serve a one year term.
A U.S. Marine walking for the fallen receives a visit from a friendly face. WDAZ continues to track the cross country walk of U.S. Marine Chuck Lewis. Lewis will spend the night in Turtle River and he is expected to be in Grand Forks Friday.
The city of Devils Lake is gearing up for a big summer, with at least five major development projects in the works. City leaders say Devils Lake hasn't seen growth like this in at least 25 years. Everything from restaurants to retail stores to manufacturing companies are in the process of bringing more options and jobs to Devils Lake.
The recent wet weather was on the agenda today as Senator Heidi Heitkamp met with officials from the Lake Region. Local officials outlined a laundry list of problems caused by the water which Senator Heitkamp says she'll take to Washington.
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start to summer, and that means more people are heading to the great outdoors. At Grahams Island State Park near Devils Lake, the hope is that people come back to camp after years of flood troubles plagued the park.
The extra water flowing into the Lake Region from last weekend's storm is putting a halt to what's already been a late planting season for area farmers. Mother Nature will force farmers to stay out of the fields for days, with fewer than ten percent of crops planted already.
The recent rain has dumped more than three of inches of water on the Lake Region. The extra water means the region will have to wait longer for the two Devils Lake outlets to turn on and bring much needed flood relief.
The rise of Devils Lake has swallowed hundreds of thousands of acres of farmland, crushing the livelihoods of those affected. But some former farming families have switched gears, turning the lake from damaging to dollar signs.
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