July 8, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald
Professional paleontologists from the N.D. Geological Survey are leading groups of amateurs on a week-long fossil dig in the Pembina Gorge in the state’s northeast corner. It’s one of four digs open to the public throughout the state. On Saturday, the first day, the amateurs found the bones of a mosasaur, a large marine reptile. Continue Reading
July 7, 2012 in The Dickinson Press
WALHALLA As Devin Berger meticulously sifted through the dirt on a hillside ridge Saturday, the 15-year-old from Grand Forks saw something that looked a little bit different. Continue Reading
June 23, 2012 in The Dickinson Press
WALHALLA It’s not a typical scene for North Dakota a gorge cut into the prairie, with 12,500 acres of lush foliage and a flowing river bottom but it is an ideal location for any outdoorsman. Continue Reading
December 24, 2010 in Grand Forks Herald
When Dick and Judith Johnson opened Frost Fire Ski and Snowboard Area on Christmas Day in 1976, they were convinced the picturesque setting on the west slope of the scenic Pembina River Gorge provided an opportunity for small business success.