Oliver County, ND

Oliver County, NDBismarck Tribune

Hazel Miner’s 101st Anniversary

Oliver County will be Celebrating the 101st Anniversary of Hazel Miner's courageous deed by saving her brother and sister in the 1920's Blizzard. The lyceum will take place at the Center-Stanton High School Gym on March 29, 2021 at 10am CT. This content was contributed by a user of the...
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Fargo, NDnewsdakota.com

NDSU Ext. Tractor School for Teens Set For May

Fargo, N.D. (AgCentralRadioNetwork) – The NDSU Extension Office in Oliver County , N.D. will once again be running a Tractor School for teens to get them certified to work on a farm. Last years school had to be cancelled for Covid-19 precautions. The Ag Central Radio Network spoke with Oliver...
Bismarck, NDThe Dickinson Press

About 2 dozen cattle drown in Missouri River north of Bismarck

BISMARCK — Approximately 25 cattle fell into the Missouri River near Washburn late last week, and in the past few days their carcasses have been traveling south and washing ashore, with some found in Morton and Burleigh counties. The cattle were grazing near the Missouri River about 40 miles north...
Oliver County, NDKNOX News Radio

Dead cattle belonged to Oliver Co. rancher

Dead cattle found floating in the Missouri River in central North Dakota came from a herd owned by a rancher near Hensler. The North Dakota Stockmen’s Association said Tuesday in a release that Clark Price estimates about 25 of his cattle walked onto the river ice and fell through. The number of lost cattle will be updated in the next few days as the herd is brought in and counted. The statement says several groups are working with Price to “develop a response plan.”Hensler is in Oliver County, about 40 miles north of Bismarck. The cattle were first seen in the river last Wednesday and were spotted in the Bismarck area on Monday.
Bismarck, NDKFYR-TV

Oliver County ranchers work to keep livestock warm during extreme weather

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - The dangerously low temperatures are creating an extra challenge for ranchers. NDSU extension agent Rick Schmidt said his brother often spends more than four hours every morning feeding cows. He said during cold spells ranchers often need to increase feed to keep livestock warm. Schmidt said...
Oliver County, NDKFYR-TV

Oliver County family loses home in fire

CENTER, N.D. – The community is rallying behind a Center family after they lost their home in a fire Thursday night. Oliver County Rural Fire and Rescue responded to the fire just after 9 p.m. Thursday night, according to the department. Initial reports indicated all individuals got out of the...