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City Council member faces disorderly conduct charge from Roosevelt, Minn., meeting
Chamber hosting candidates forum Tuesday night
Minnesota figures show more than 300 roadway deaths so far this year
Non-emergency phone lines down for the Grand Forks Police Department
Grand Forks man sentenced for July stabbing
crime and courts
How country music has - and hasn't - addressed the #MeToo movement in a difficult year
Cowboy artist's exhibit celebrates movement, color and energy of the rodeo
Documentary on Native American trauma to make North Dakota premiere
Met Opera auditions set for Saturday at UND
Harlem Globetrotters coming to Alerus in April
Illinois teen on the cusp of losing his sight is on a mission to see the country
Marilyn Hagerty: Happy 108th, Clarabell
Let's not talk about sex, baby: Fargo locals who identify as asexual open up about the 'invisible orientation'
Heirloom squash identified, is it too late to plant bulbs and more
Are trees foretelling a bad winter this year with all those seeds and acorns?
For NHL goalies, league's new pad restrictions are a real pain
UND football team breaks into Top 25 poll
5 things you might not have noticed in UND's win over Sacramento State
Mahomes tosses 4 TD passes as Chiefs blast Bengals
Vikings QB Cousins keeps fumble streak alive, but this one worked out OK
Marion D. Harris
David A. Gordon
Stephanie Joy "Dolly" Gestson
West Nile testing may bring answers about grouse
Pointing dog enthusiasts take ruffed grouse hunting to the next level
BRAD DOKKEN COLUMN: Losing Hides for Habitat would have been a shame
Surveys shed light on Devils Lake fish populations
Fall survey notes strong fish production in key North Dakota waters
Commentary: Poll: Cramer leads Heitkamp by 16 points
Commentary: Voting is easy for Native Americans in North Dakota…says Senator Heidi Heitkamp?
Commentary: Let's talk manpower
Some things are worth saving
Commentary: Heitkamp has yet to answer serious questions about campaign ad victimizing sexual assault survivors
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October 19, 2018
Little Free Library founder dies, Wisconsin man believed books could make better neighborhoods
HUDSON, Wis.—On the last day he could speak, Little Free Library founder Todd Bol had a message for the world: "I really believe in a...
October 19, 2018 - 5:56pm
October 13, 2018
From 'disastrous' to thriving: Colson to speak on mothering, autism and faith
BOSTON, Mass. — By the time Emily Colson's son Max was born, she'd already lived through plenty of adversity. The youngest child of Chuck...
October 13, 2018 - 8:12am
October 5, 2018
A true tale of a kid author: 11-year-old from SD has self-published mystery novel
MITCHELL, S.D. — Evan Anderson, 11, is busy working on his second adventure mystery novel. Yeah. He's 11, and he's already written a book....
October 5, 2018 - 6:00am
October 4, 2018
Barnes & Noble soars on hopes going private could mean faster changes
Barnes & Noble Inc., facing management upheaval and shrinking revenue, buoyed shareholders' spirits with news it's weighing acquisition interest...
October 4, 2018 - 10:38am
September 19, 2018
Tapping Duluth's brewing history
DULUTH — As a longtime beer salesman, Pete Clure is happy to be a cog in the local scene — even if the craft beer explosion has intruded...
September 19, 2018 - 11:22am
September 4, 2018
White House strikes back at Bob Woodward over new book
WASHINGTON - The White House on Tuesday aggressively challenged aspects of Bob Woodward's explosive new book on President Donald Trump's administration,...
September 4, 2018 - 8:35pm
Woodward book paints a picture of White House chaos and controversy
WASHINGTON — John Dowd was convinced that President Donald Trump would commit perjury if he talked to special counsel Robert Mueller. So on...
September 4, 2018 - 2:34pm
August 14, 2018
North Dakota college library stops checking out books to public
WAHPETON, N.D. - The Mildred Johnson Library on the North Dakota State College of Science campus in Wahpeton has stopped checking out books to the public, only students and faculty. Library patrons can read the books and newspapers and use the free wifi, Chief Information Officer...
August 14, 2018 - 6:38pm
August 9, 2018
Gem of the Week: New chapter in grief process
GRAND FORKS, ND--Making the grief process a little easier. This week's gems have come together with a first of its kind project in the region...
August 9, 2018 - 7:03pm
July 28, 2018
Commentary: 'Angelic Letters' Canadian book series ignites local souls
WEST FARGO, N.D. — When Willie Gartner retired after 43 years as a food broker, he finally had time to read, deciding to focus on Western...
July 28, 2018 - 10:31am
July 19, 2018
Water from broken valve damages books at North Dakota law library
BISMARCK—A broken valve led to water damaging books Wednesday afternoon, July 18, in the North Dakota Supreme Court Law Library. John Boyle,...
July 19, 2018 - 5:23pm
June 14, 2018
How to get a clutter-free kitchen in 22 easy steps
SEATTLE — Professional organizer Melissa Schmalenberger has uncovered many unusual things in her years of helping people get their acts...
June 14, 2018 - 5:05pm
June 9, 2018
Commentary: Unable to speak, pastor's voice stronger than ever in his books
FARGO — It's been nearly 15 years since the Rev. Lyle Kath learned his swollen glands indicated he had esophageal cancer. Though the necessary...
June 9, 2018 - 9:05am
May 6, 2018
Fargo pastor unveils dark, family history in new book
FARGO — As a Lutheran pastor, Matt Valan is used to contemplating big, important questions. For most of the last decade he's been obsessed...
May 6, 2018 - 9:39am
April 26, 2018
Out and about: A look back on the boom
The author of a new book about the Bakken oil fields in northwestern North Dakota will be in Grand Forks for book-signing events this weekend....
April 26, 2018 - 1:49pm