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Christmas service in Crookston revives live Nativity tradition
Volunteers still needed for the holidays
VIDEO + PICS: Santa Paws? Dogs visit Santa at Columbia Mall
Northlands Rescue Mission homeless shelter gets a new director
Stigma around mental illness has shifted, but still exists
crime and courts
COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Gophers upend Liberty
UND WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: North Dakota wraps up demanding nonconference schedule at South Dakota
Penn State wins D-I volleyball crown
COLLEGE HOCKEY: Saturday's results
DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP: Mavericks blanked in first-ever championship appearance
BOOK NOTES: 'Craft Beer for the Homebrewer,' 'The Woman Who Would Be King,' 'How Star Wars Conquered the Universe'
East Grand Forks native releases first novel
PRODUCT REVIEW: Stoppy keeps the door open, with style
New KISS app allows you to 'dress up' as the band
LORI WEBER MENKE: Supermom thanks speech therapists
life & style
Elizabeth "Betty" Louise Widman
Otto Julius (Jack) Sundby
Donald Edward Broten
Eagle rescued after being sickened by lead
Rec Topper: Wild Game Recipe
DOKKEN: Chasing green on the Red
Definition of 'good ice fishing' is better than ever
Pheasant summit: Focus on improving private land habitat
OUR OPINION: Renew N.D.'s Higher Ed Challenge Grants
LETTER: Wallet opens, dollars fly as assessed value soars
LETTER: Radioactive material trade-offs include serious health risks
COLUMN: Federalism torpedo targets Obama's ship of state
COLUMN: Let's all imagine the possibilities for public art
August 2, 2011
FBI investigating 'credible' lead in skyjacker D.B. Cooper case from '71
PORTLAND, Ore. Packets of rotten $20 bills, parachutes and a clip-on J.C. Penney tie. Those are just three of the items linked to D.B. Cooper, the infamous skyjacker who jumped from Northwest Orient Airlines 727 flight with $200,000 in ransom somewhere between Seattle and Portland...
August 2, 2011 - 9:09am
July 24, 2011
COLUMBIA RIVER AND COLUMBIA GORGE: IF YOU GO
Here's a closer look at the Columbia River, white sturgeon fishing, and places to check out if you make the trip: About the river - The Columbia...
fishing / outdoors
July 24, 2011 - 12:00am
December 18, 2010
National cheese recall may be tied to two Minnesota E. coli cases
MINNEAPOLIS Two Minnesota E. coli cases may be linked to an outbreak that led to a nationwide recall Friday of artisanal cheese made from raw milk. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Friday that Sally Jackson Cheese of Oroville, Wash., has agreed to a voluntary recall of...
December 18, 2010 - 8:26am
October 12, 2010
OUR OPINION: Oregon case shows higher education in flux
Anyone who says there's nothing new under the sun hasn't been following the news in higher education recently. Case in point: A radical, first-in-the-nation proposal to by the president of the University of Oregon that would change the university's financing forever. It would do...
education / opinion
October 12, 2010 - 1:30am
A is for apple (or Alan)
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but it also keeps demand high for Alan Davis' three visits a year to Grand Forks. Davis, known as the "Apple Man" to quite a few residents, has brought his Oregon-grown apples to the region for 40 years. What started as a way to sell the fruits...
October 12, 2009 - 10:14pm
September 26, 2009
Top 10-Big Ten football roundup
To Oregon quarterback Jeremiah Masoli, taking criticism is part of the job. So is disproving it. Masoli answered his naysayers by throwing for 253 yards and three touchdowns in Oregon's 42-3 upset of sixth-ranked California on Saturday in Eugene, Ore. He completed 21 of 25 passes...
September 26, 2009 - 12:00am
August 14, 2009
Wisconsin man sentenced for Beltrami County child sex crime
BEMIDJI Gabriel Vitali Matthias, 27, of Madison, Wis., pleaded guilty June 15 in Beltrami County District Court and was sentenced Monday, Aug. 10, for felony soliciting a child to engage in a sexual act and felony third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a victim 12-15 years of...
August 14, 2009 - 1:55am
July 8, 2009
Michigan-bound steam locomotive to stop in Fargo
FARGO Fargo's rails will take a step back in the past this week when a steam locomotive rolls through town. The Southern Pacific Daylight No....
July 8, 2009 - 7:48am
May 23, 2009
Children, ages 3 and 7, found in Oregon river
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Police in Oregon say they have found the body of a 3-year-old boy in the Willamette River and have rescued a 7-year-old girl from the river in Portland. The girl was taken to a hospital. The case is being investigated by Portland Police homicide detectives. Authorities...
May 23, 2009 - 11:11am