THE NEW FORTY 80 days every other year...
I was reading the final issue of The NDPEA Advocate today and I found a supposition in Executive Director Stuart Savelkoul's commentary that humored me enough that I wanted to share it here. For those... Posted on 8/15/13 at 8:24 PM
THE DULLUM FILE George Longmire
Even though he lived a very long time, I was saddened to learn of George Longmire's death this morning. He died Sunday at a Chaska, Minnesota retirement home at the age of 96.
He served in the North... Posted on 3/30/12 at 1:05 PM
The governor, higher education officials and students asked the Senate Appropriations Committee Thursday to support a new funding formula they say is transparent, fair and rewards campuses for improving student completion rates.
Former UND alumni leaders say it’s time to retire nickname Fifteen former presidents of the UND Alumni Association or UND Foundation boards have signed a letter declaring their belief “that the Fighting Sioux nickname must be retired quickly” to avoid seriously damaging the university.
UND to use ‘Fighting Sioux’ or risk losing trademark rights
Members of a UND committee working on the transition away from the Fighting Sioux nickname and logo began grappling Tuesday with a potentially thorny challenge — how to protect the university’s trademark rights while retiring the symbols.
A controversial bill that would essentially snuff out North Dakota’s tobacco control and prevention efforts to fund the expansion of UND’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences goes before its first committee hearing today.
Gov. Jack Dalrymple said his proposed budget for road construction and repairs in northwestern North Dakota's oil-producing region may make it unnecessary to reopen an oil tax revenue sharing agreement with the Three Affiliated Tribes.
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