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Obama tells Central American leaders most children will go home
Wisconsin suspects caught after ‘liking’ evidence of burglary
13 Highway Patrol troopers coming to western N.D.
EPA fails to address methane leaks from gas pipelines - watchdog
Fargo woman gets jail time for airport incident
crime and courts
Mike Priefer expresses regret for homophobic comments
White Sox pour on the offense, beat Twins 9-5
YOUTH BASEBALL: Thursday's results
LEGION BASEBALL: Thursday's results
White Sox claim 5-2 victory over Twins
Grand Forks man records first album since 2001
Grand Forks City Band marches on
‘Spring Awakening’ coming to Empire
‘Fireman’s Ball’ to raise funds for Fire Hall Theatre
THE LIST: Grand Forks City Band ... Blues on the Red ... 'Spring Awakening'
life & style
Laurice Ann Holtz
Truman Henry Smeby
Minnesota wolf hunt grows
OUTDOORS REPORT: Area fishing report
Report of zebra mussel on Green Lake investigated
Hudson Dahlin walleye
Brad Vollrath muskie
OUR OPINION: Keep ‘Slow’ signal flashing before Devils Lake trains
MARILYN HAGERTY: Peter Pan crew is back down to earth
LETTER: ‘Right to life’ plan affects ‘end of life’ care
LETTER: Amendment promises full employment for lawyers
LETTER: N.D. workplaces need OSHA’s attention
65th Wedding Anniversary
North Dakota Museum of Art
July 11, 2014
North Dakota Musuem of Art runs week-long art camps throughout summer
Teaching 20 to 25 kids art in just a week is nearly impossible. The North Dakota Museum of Art’s art camps run throughout the summer — with each camp limited to a week — and camp organizers said they hope kids get more out of the camp than learning about different art techniques....
accent / life & style
July 11, 2014 - 10:09am
June 27, 2014
The songs of summer
The North Dakota Museum of Art’s summer Concerts in the Garden series kicked off this past Tuesday with a performance from Minneapolis-based...
accent / entertainment
June 27, 2014 - 8:00am
June 6, 2014
North Dakota Museum of Art displays paintings of Mary Bonkemeyer
GRAND FORKS — Time will eventually catch up to everyone. But for 93-year-old painter Mary Bonkemeyer, time has been no match. The painter from Santa Fe, New Mexico, has painted almost her entire life, and last night, the North Dakota Museum of Art opened an exhibit showcasing...
June 6, 2014 - 9:00am
March 30, 2014
Family day at the museum: NDMOA offers once-a-month art activities for parents, children
About 200 people were at the two-hour Family Day, which is geared toward helping families make art together, and, for the first time Saturday, they had the help of a guest artist, said Matthew Anderson, director of education at the museum.
news / local
March 30, 2014 - 7:34am
March 11, 2014
NDMOA to host talk touching on Grand Forks art corridor
A national expert on public art will give a talk Thursday night that will touch on an arts corridor proposed for Grand Forks, according to the...
news / local
March 11, 2014 - 5:26pm
February 7, 2014
A behind-the-scenes look at NDMOA’s annual Silent Art Auction
Throughout its lifetime, a piece of artwork can be bought, traded, gifted and donated. Along the way, it’s passed through the hands of many people, who each have different reasons, interpretations and intentions for the piece. In the instance of the 54 pieces of artwork auctioned...
accent / entertainment
February 7, 2014 - 12:00pm
February 2, 2012
THE LIST: Outstanding Teens ... Art benefit auction ... Cabaret auditions
Outstanding Teens Two new titleholders: Mia Pagnac of Bemidji was crowned Miss Grand Cities Outstanding Teen and Alyssa Black of Grand Forks was crowned Miss Grand Forks Outstanding Teen during a Jan. 29 competition at Empire Arts Center, Grand Forks. Pagnac is a dancer and her...
entertainment / local
February 2, 2012 - 5:20am