THE NEW FORTY They are the patriots...
This day, and every day, I bow my head in a silent prayer of thanks for veterans. They are the ones who were willing to give everything they have to defend the ideals of this country. They are the one... Posted on 11/11/13 at 10:04 AM
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS UND releases 2013 Spring Semester President’s Roll of Honor
The University of North Dakota today released its 2013 Spring Semester Presidents Roll of Honor.
To qualify for the Presidents Roll of Honor, a student must have an overall cumulative grade point ave... Posted on 6/3/13 at 9:19 AM
STAFF BLOG NIE ROCKS! What is the Medal of Honor?
A North Dakota man will receive the Medal of Honor on Feb. 11 at the Whitehouse. Read the complete story in the January 17Grand Forks Herald.
What is the Medal of Honor?
Here is a special page tha... Posted on 1/17/13 at 9:48 AM
4 MY FUTURE: CAREER AND CHARACTER EDUCATION NTHS Out in the Community….
National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) is a student organization for the brightest students in Career & Technical Education. One component of NTHS membership is volunteerism. Each member complete... Posted on 1/8/13 at 3:54 PM
President Barack Obama joined with Bill and Hillary Clinton on Wednesday to recognize the legacy of John F. Kennedy, the president who inspired a generation until he was felled by an assassin's bullets 50 years ago this week.
Steve Holland and Jeff Mason
, November 20, 2013
A 90-year-old Holocaust survivor made his orchestral debut with renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma on Tuesday to benefit a foundation dedicated to preserving the work of artists and musicians killed by the Nazis.
Rodrique Ngowi and Steven Senne
, October 22, 2013
James Hagerty’s strongest memory of late UND journalism professor Alvin Austin involves a trip to Chicago, Playboy bunnies and a columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times. In 1977, a group of Austin’s students drove out to Philadelphia for a journalists’ convention and stopped in Chicago.
On a day filled with speeches from dignitaries including the vice president, the words of the lone survivor of a fire crew overrun by flames resonated deepest in an arena packed with firefighters from around the nation.
Brian Skoloff and Felicia Fonseca
, July 09, 2013
On the evergreen-lined roads winding through Bismarck’s Fairview Cemetery, Tom and Arlene Deutscher rolled past the temporary grave markers where their son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter were buried almost a year ago.
The seven young women sat straight-backed in the chairs at the retirement home in New London. Wearing immaculately pressed Air Force uniforms, they quietly and respectfully turned the pages of photo albums and scrapbooks of another woman who — 70 years earlier — also wore an Air Force uniform as she served our country during World War II.
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