Tuition at North Dakota and Minnesota colleges continues to rise, as it does around the country, but the good news is it’s not rising as quickly as in past years.
Grand Forks Herald, 10/23/2013
George the peregrine falcon from Grand Forks took flight again last week, a month after he mysteriously stopped flying.
Grand Forks Herald, 10/21/2013
It’s very likely North Dakota will be one of the six states to host a test site for unmanned aircraft, but it is also very likely not the Federal Aviation Administration’s top candidate, Rep. Kevin Cramer said this past week in Grand Forks.
Grand Forks Herald, 10/19/2013
North Dakota now has a tax form for married same-sex couples, and it’s precisely because the state doesn’t recognize such marriages. The federal IRS had announced in August that it would allow same-sex couples to file as a married couple if they were married in a state that allows it.
Grand Forks Herald, 10/14/2013
North Dakota is among states where the economic impact of the federal government shutdown is likely to be hardest, according to a new analysis. WalletHub, a financial information firm, says North Dakota is the 17th most vulnerable state.
Grand Forks Herald, 10/13/2013
The University of Minnesota, Crookston reported record enrollment again Tuesday, and again, online students were the key source of growth.
Grand Forks Herald, 10/08/2013
The basic principle here is bro food should have intense flavors — lots of salt, say — it should take minimal effort to prepare, if any, it should go well with beer and you should be able to eat it with your hands.
Grand Forks Herald, 09/28/2013
About 40 volunteers with Grand Forks’ Community Violence Intervention Center spent Wednesday night writing messages on sidewalks downtown to raise awareness of sexual abuse, according to a CVIC official.
Grand Forks Herald, 09/26/2013
I’ll admit that I got dragged kicking and screaming into the smartphone age.
When it was time to replace my phone a few years ago, I had a choice of pricey smartphones or dumb phones that seemed worse than the phone I was replacing. Since there’s less money to be made in the dumb-phone market, I figured my choices would only get worse.
Grand Forks Herald, 09/22/2013
The Nordic and German mix that has profoundly marked Minnesota’s culture for more than a century is gradually fading as fewer residents identify with their ancestral homeland, according to a 2012 U.S. Census survey released Thursday.
Grand Forks Herald, 09/21/2013
« previous next »