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Disgraced Minn. auto mogul's former northern lakes home provides a glimpse of the top-end market
ND oil industry missed October's flaring target, revised numbers show
Minn. man on bizarre mission to pop exercise balls put on probation
AgweekTV: Show Goats
Funding for government lapses as short-term spending bill stalls in the Senate
crime and courts
Def Leppard, Journey coming to Sioux Falls, Minneapolis, Fargo
Practical fashion: How to brave the cold and look good doing it
Minnesota Orchestra sets its sights on Africa
Beer and bacon take center stage at annual Happy Harry's festival
A men's rights activist edits 'The Last Jedi' to remove the women
'Minneapolis Miracle' speaks hope in despair
Long-lived houseplants often become heirlooms
Caregiver health must be considered, too
Health Matters: Hearing loss normal in latter years
Afraid of getting sick? Six things you can do at home
Bitzer, Beavers shut down Bulldogs
If Vikings win Sunday, expect Super Bowl ticket prices to jump
Ahmad Rashad, neighbor Michael Jordan cheer on Vikings
Twins streak of no salary arbitrations likely to end
UND's penalty kill continues struggles in Duluth
Clara Ann "Ann" Hillier
Daniel C. Smith
Roger Phillip Beauchamp
N. Stanely Olson
Shelby H. Loftsgard
DNR to reduce walleye fingerling stocking
A unique contraption for the ice angler
Outdoor report: Fishing steady on region's lakes
Doug Leier: A short look back at what made news in the outdoors in 2017
Outdoors Notebook: North Dakota Game and Fish to offer 502 nonresident archery tags
Commentary: Trump has greatly helped the Senate career of Sen. Heitkamp
Letter: For every life in this world, there is death
Our view: 'Fake' or just a mistake? KVLY helps us explain
Letter: Why is Trump still in office?
Letter: Closing north schools bad for neighborhoods
January 7, 2018
Shape of Success: How Grand Forks' borders tell the story of its future
The Grand Forks of the early 1970s was a different world entirely. Not only did it have its old, pre-flood neighborhoods along the river, but...
January 7, 2018 - 7:00am
January 3, 2018
Arctic air anchors frozen freighters to bring Minn. shipping industry to a crawl
DULUTH, Minn.—Bursting with horsepower to spare in what has been a banner season, the Great Lakes shipping industry slowed against its...
January 3, 2018 - 7:54am
January 1, 2018
Oil production booms as new year begins
U.S. crude oil production is flirting with record highs heading into the new year, thanks to the technological nimbleness of shale oil drillers...
January 1, 2018 - 2:21pm
December 31, 2017
'Smothered' and 'shoved aside' in rural America
BUCKEYE, Iowa - "Come on! Come on! Go girls!" Annette Sweeney was on horseback, hollering at her chocolate-colored cows on a perfect Iowa morning,...
December 31, 2017 - 9:30am
December 26, 2017
Retailers see biggest increase in holiday sales since 2011, report says
Consumer confidence, robust online shopping activity and a slew of procrastinators helped boost holiday retail sales this year to record-setting...
December 26, 2017 - 4:37pm
December 23, 2017
Letter: Will Trump get credit for economy?
By Ed Rogers As real data and anecdotal accounts of a growing economy begin to pile up, it will be interesting to see whether the media gives...
December 23, 2017 - 7:15am
November 28, 2017
NAFTA's ugly reality: U.S.-Mexico wage gap is actually widening
What's the opposite of a growth miracle? Whatever the term, it applies in spades to Mexico in the NAFTA era. Poor countries are expected to grow...
November 28, 2017 - 1:44pm
November 22, 2017
37 of 38 economists said the GOP tax plans would grow the debt. The 38th misread the question.
An overwhelming majority of academic economists say in a new survey that the Republican tax proposals would cause America's debt to grow by one critical measure. Thirty-seven of 38 experts surveyed by the University of Chicago's Initiative on Global Markets agreed that the GOP tax...
November 22, 2017 - 10:31am
March 13, 2016
ROB PORT: Williston's ban on 'man camps' is shameful
MINOT, N.D. -- Imagine the market for motor vehicles in a certain town. Customers have a variety of vehicle needs, so different sorts of businesses...
March 13, 2016 - 5:30am
Neal McCluskey: Here’s how to cut college costs: Get government out of higher ed
The cost of college almost certainly is too high, and a consequence of that is alarming student debt. Does that mean our goal should be to make...
March 13, 2016 - 4:50am
Olivia Alperstein: Crippling debt hurts students and graduates far more than it helps society
WASHINGTON -- One-point-two trillion dollars. That’s the estimated collective college debt total for this country. College education should...
March 13, 2016 - 4:45am
LETTER: Sauce for higher-ed goose, sauce for legislative gander
Recently, it was reported that Rep. Roscoe Streyle, R-Minot, wants to prohibit university foundations from funding any expenses for some state higher-education executives. How ironic that, over the years, North Dakota legislators have continued to reject all bills that would require...
March 13, 2016 - 4:00am
March 10, 2016
Minnesota senators pass Iron Range unemployment extension
ST. PAUL -- Two Iron Range senators made emotional pleas Thursday to extend unemployment benefits for thousands of men and women who have...
March 10, 2016 - 8:41pm
March 5, 2016
Oil service manufacturer hit by oil prices
The Red River Valley is hundreds of miles from the epicenter of the Bakken oil boom, but it’s not immune from the effects of the downturn in...
March 5, 2016 - 6:00am
March 4, 2016
Minnesota Capitol Chatter: Racial economic disparities legislation expected
ST. PAUL -- Democrats wanted a special legislative session to include a kick start on fixing fiscal racial disparities. That did not happen,...
March 4, 2016 - 7:00pm