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Student club aims to open dialogue, create awareness of different cultures
FAA eases restrictions on exempted commercial unmanned aircraft operations
Businesses cite workforce struggles in push for discrimination ban
Grand Forks Public Schools new start date may have domino effect
Regional roundup: Tri-County School District dealing with budget deficit
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North Dakota advances to Frozen Four
UND-St Cloud State Postgame
UND FOOTBALL: Rushing game has solid list of recruits
PREP SPORTS: Mercy, mercy me
TOM MILLER: Panzarella comes up big for UND
BOOK NOTES: 'The Best of Itsaca' ... 'Diary of a Mad Diva' ... 'Mrs. Kennedy and Me'
PRODUCT REVIEW: Argan oil creates frizz-free, shiny hair
ANNA BURLESON: A bumbling ballerina's new lease on life
Gardening expert P. Allen Smith discusses tips and trends
APP SNAP: Pocket helps organize reading list
life & style
Adele P. Driscoll
Rose M. Meister
Norval "Skip" Gillies
Genevieve M. Barta
Duane George "Gus" Gustafson
Ten things for spring
BRAD DOKKEN: The tale of No. 160
Walleye harvest approaches quotas on Red Lake
GET YOUR GEAR ON: 'SoftRack'
DOUG LEIER: New N.D. hunting, fishing license year begins April 1
OUR OPINION: Obama must stop ignoring Congress
LETTER: Stop treating gays like second-class citizens
LETTER: N.D.'s rules promote prudent, responsible growth
LETTER: Accept no substitutes for Fighting Sioux
George Will: Remembrance of Clintons past
North Dakota advances to Frozen Four
June 30, 2014
FACES OF THE BOOM: Tattoo artist roving the N.D. oilfields
Tattoo artist Dan Golebiewski is drilling ink in the Bakken to pay the mortgage back home. As business at his tattoo shop in northern Idaho slowed down in recent years along with the economy, Golebiewski kept hearing about North Dakota from friends who moved there to work in the oilfield....
news / region
June 30, 2014 - 8:15am
March 19, 2014
First tattoos fade, but their meanings stay strong
As a teenager in Larimore, N.D., Shanna Gratton Demke was so moved by the ska-infused music of the California band Sublime, she would hold her phone up to the stereo so her friend more than 300 miles away could listen. “Dude, you gotta hear this song,” she remembers telling...
accent / life & style
March 19, 2014 - 6:30am
March 17, 2014
Inked in memory: Photos showcase Boston bombing tattoos
BEVERLY, Massachusetts (Reuters) - As he sat in a tattoo artist's chair a few days after the Boston Marathon bombing having a line-drawing of the city's skyline inked onto his arm, Christopher Padgett looked at the people around him and got an idea. The crowd at Good Mojo Tattoo...
March 17, 2014 - 4:30pm
September 25, 2013
U.S. army weighs new tattoo policy
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Tattoos are everywhere these days, with no body parts off limits. But the U.S.
September 25, 2013 - 7:45pm
February 4, 2013
Tattoos linked to Hepatitis C
People seeking to get a tattoo should be picky about the parlor they have them done at, U.S.
accent / health
February 4, 2013 - 5:30am
November 12, 2011
RYAN BAKKEN: Biker-chick Barbie doesn't set the best example
I'm not a fan of Barbie dolls. Nor am I a fan of tattoos. So, you probably can imagine what I think of Tattoo Barbie. Yes, a tattooed Barbie is now available, apparently for all the biker-chick pre-schoolers on your Christmas list. The actual name is TokiDoki Barbie, who obviously...
November 12, 2011 - 9:12pm
June 30, 2010
Area tattoo shops weigh in on new state law
FARGO - Anita Burbeck says when government redraws rules on how body art can be done, it usually comes as a surprise to the tattoo industry. And a law taking effect Thursday that bars Minnesota shops from giving anyone under 18 a tattoo is no exception, said the operator of Golden...
entertainment / business / news
June 30, 2010 - 7:22am
May 11, 2010
Grand Forks public health officials are cracking down on tattoo "privateers" operating out of unlicensed home or apartment parlors, undercutting the business of the city's four licensed tattoo operations and potentially risking the spread of hepatitis and other diseases. "We have...
business / local / news
May 11, 2010 - 8:36pm
August 2, 2009
REGION ROUNDUP: Donnybrook crash IDs ... Breeders give up dogs ... Grandmother struck, killed ... more
Donnybrook crash dead ID The Highway Patrol has identified the two people killed in a crash Friday on U.S. Highway 52 in northwestern North Dakota. The Patrol said Saturday that Serrina Schnabel, 18, Velva, N.D., and Hillary Meier Hunt, 23, Warner Robins, Ga., both died in the...
August 2, 2009 - 12:00am