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East Grand Forks reviews plans for north end park at old landfill
Fargo Diocese thanks Boy Scouts for stipulation in vote to allow gay leaders
RED RIVER ROADTRIP: Old friends, new businesses make for welcoming Fosston
Local newspaperman C. Kent Cable dies at age 87
Barrel of fun: Grand Forks horse show draws record number of barrel racers
crime and courts
BASEBALL: Carrington captures repeat in ND Class B state Legion tourney
LEGION BASEBALL: Park River comes up win short of title
LEGION BASEBALL: Lingen leads Wahpeton to state championship
BASEBALL: Post 2 Bombers win Junior Legion regional on home field
Mariners sctratch out win over Twins in extras
Her Voice: Miss ND Outstanding Teen turns social media attack into lesson for others
Fetal tissue research declining, still important
Casselton toddler struggling after heart transplant
REVIEW: Ridiculously small veggie keeper does ridiculously good job
BOOK REVIEW: 'Off the Page' tells unlikely love story
life & style
Claude R. Myrick
Warren "Bud" J. Hursman
Kurmeth "Kurmey" Hill
Lea J. Black
ALWAYS IN SEASON: Grassland birds face new peril
Familiar finish for Cats Incredible winners
DNR shuts down Lake Mille Lacs walleye season
TALKIN' WITH DOKKEN: What is a good area to public hunt in North Dakota?
Coming Home: Wishing for solid ground in an unfamiliar place
MARILYN HAGERTY: A bee-zy life for the Francks
LETTER: ‘Pride of the North’ could be consensus choice
LETTER: Make sure American Indians have input
ASK YOUR GOVERNMENT: How much power does the city wind turbine generate?
65th Wedding Anniversary
February 5, 2015
U.S. college students focused on studies, not partying, survey says
LOS ANGELES, Feb 5 (Reuters) - U.S. college freshmen these days are a serious lot. A survey released on Thursday said first-year students report spending a record low amount of time partying and socializing compared to previous generations and that many are highly focused on their...
News / education
February 5, 2015 - 5:50pm
January 14, 2015
UND professor's survey shows some men don't identify actions as rape
It's all about phrasing. In a study, about a third of the men responding said if there weren't any consequences, they would rape a woman as long as the act wasn't defined as "rape." The research was spearheaded by Sarah Edwards of UND's Department of Counseling Psychology and...
News / crime and courts
January 14, 2015 - 9:52am
November 19, 2014
OUR OPINION: Investigate, report on DSU Foundation’s woes
A big reason why air travel remains America’s safest mode of travel is the National Transportation Safety Board. The board investigates...
November 19, 2014 - 5:00am
March 31, 2014
UND program makes education grad students full-time teachers
Valley Middle School teacher Natalie Young strolled around the classroom in the Grand Forks school Friday while her mentor sat in the back to...
News / education
March 31, 2014 - 4:45am
November 14, 2013
Kyle Thorson: Juggling tuition, services, UND student leaders drop both
GRAND FORKS -- UND Student Government decided last week that appearing to help students was more important than actually doing it. With that decision, Student Government missed a chance to do two good things for UND students: Provide funding for improved services on campus and advocate...
op-ed columns / opinion
November 14, 2013 - 5:45am
March 26, 2013
UND highlights human rights events
UND's Center for Human Rights and Genocide has scheduled a series of programs related to a human rights photo exhibit currently being shown at Chester Fritz Library. The photo exhibit called "The Rescuers: Picturing moral courage," will be on the fourth floor of the library until...
local / News
March 26, 2013 - 10:53am
January 1, 2012
HIGHER EDUCATION NOTES: Scholarship from Vikings to aid UND pre-med student
The end of UND alumnus Jim Kleinsasser's football career may be the beginning of a local high school student's career in medicine. Sunday was...
January 1, 2012 - 10:51pm
March 25, 2011
After 30 hours Tibetan monks complete sand painting
It took the Tibetan monks about 30 hours of painstaking work to complete the sand painting that was on display Friday on the main floor of the North Dakota Museum of Art at UND. Nearly the entire time, their backs were bent over the table and their eyes inches from its surface as...
March 25, 2011 - 9:36pm