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Some white Northerners want to redefine a flag rooted in racism as a symbol of patriotism
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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?
Minneapolis city attorney's decision on Gophers' Brooks expected by end of week
MONDAY'S LOCAL SCOREBOARD
Saints coach says team not looking for revenge for 'Minnesota Miracle'
Falcons hand Giants fourth straight loss
Timberwolves break away in final quarter to knock off Pacers
Shirley Peterson Owen
Gordon H. Smette
Rodney Allen Folkers
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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
Letter: Not a good example of Christian values
Letter: Buying of Congress must be stopped
Mike Jacobs: More surprises in N.D. Senate campaign
Our view: Experiential tourism the way forward
Commentary: Poll: Cramer leads Heitkamp by 16 points
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October 22, 2018
Commentary: Voting is easy for Native Americans in North Dakota…says Senator Heidi Heitkamp?
There have been a lot of national headlines devoted to North Dakota’s voter ID law, recently upheld in a U.S. Supreme Court ruling. Most of...
21 hours 52 min ago
October 13, 2018
Native American voting rights group aims to remove hurdles in North Dakota
BISMARCK — A group dedicated to advancing equality at the ballot box says it plans to make certain that all Native Americans in North Dakota...
October 13, 2018 - 1:12pm
ND Native Americans ﬁght voter ID limits
Native American voting rights activists in North Dakota have launched an audacious plan aimed at pushing back against a Supreme Court ruling...
October 13, 2018 - 9:38am
October 12, 2018
Texas judge rules Indian Child Welfare Act unconstitutional: Ruling could have national impact
BEMIDJI, Minn. — Some Bemidji-area American Indian leaders decried a recent Texas court ruling that could have national implications. A...
October 12, 2018 - 7:02pm
October 10, 2018
High school graduation rate for ND Native Americans ticks up, but gap still persists
BISMARCK—The high school graduation rate for Native American students in North Dakota continues to rise in 2017, and yet a significant...
October 10, 2018 - 7:08pm
October 9, 2018
Supreme Court rules 6-2 in favor of North Dakota's voter ID law
BISMARCK — The U.S. Supreme Court has now waded into North Dakota election law. The high court on Tuesday, Oct. 9, responding to an emergency...
October 9, 2018 - 8:24pm
North Dakota tribes join 'historic' court filing to detail impact of opioid crisis
BISMARCK—All five of North Dakota's Native American tribes have joined more than 440 other tribal nations to detail how they've been harmed...
October 9, 2018 - 6:13pm
September 2, 2018
Native American jingle dresses connect dance, art, history
TOWER, Minn. — The dress talked as Abbi Zapata bumped her feet across the floor. It was a gentle sound, as rhythmic as ice shards moving...
September 2, 2018 - 5:58am
August 13, 2018
Native American farm fund to start disbursing millions in civil rights case
The largest U.S. philanthropy serving Native American farmers and ranchers has been established to distribute $266 million from a landmark 2010 civil rights settlement in which the U.S. government agreed to pay for almost 20 years of official discrimination, court filings show. The...
August 13, 2018 - 11:36am
June 30, 2018
'A big log in the road': Famed Ojibwe chief leaves checkered legacy 150 years after assassination
BRAINERD, Minn. — "They said Hole-in-the-Day was like a big log in the road, too high to get over, too big to go around."
June 30, 2018 - 7:15am
June 25, 2018
Laura Ingalls Wilder's name stripped from children's book award over 'Little House' depictions of Native Americans
Laura Ingalls Wilder was on the brink of having an award named in her honor, from the Association for Library Service to Children, when in 1952...
June 25, 2018 - 7:19am
April 12, 2018
Anatomy of alleged adoption scam is tale of deep deception, lies
WOODWORTH, N.D.—The alleged level of deception is stunning and the number of lies staggering, really, in court documents involving the...
April 12, 2018 - 6:12pm
March 26, 2018
Amber Alerts to be expanded into Indian Country
WASHINGTON, D.C. – A bill that expands child abduction warnings to Indian reservations in the nation has passed the U.S. Senate and is on...
March 26, 2018 - 5:49pm
March 25, 2018
North Dakotan is first Native American contemporary dress designer to have gown worn at Oscars
MANDAREE, N.D. — It's a dream come true for Norma Baker Flying Horse — and any designer — to have one of her fashion designs...
March 25, 2018 - 10:26am
February 2, 2018
Attorney Allred: 'It must never happen again': Praises prosecutors but withholds comment about police
FARGO—Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind's young life ended violently when she was on the brink of motherhood. Now her abduction and murder must...
February 2, 2018 - 8:08pm