FARGO — Heidi Heitkamp is well known as a U.S. senator and former North Dakota attorney general. But to her brothers and sisters, she is remembered as the sibling who spent lots of time in the family's laundry room. Doing the laundry was one of her designated chores in a family of seven children. "Buried, reading book after book," sister Holly said, recalling what her older sister was often doing instead of folding the laundry. "Pretending to be working," brother Joel added.
WAHPETON, N.D. — The North Dakota State College of Science here has completed a $13.3 million infrastructure upgrade of its campus that includes new water and sewer lines, roads and walkways. The upgrade, completed after two years of construction, resulted in a campus beautification project that included planting 380 trees as well as reseeding and restoration of 17 acres that involved planting native grasses, shrubs and other plants.
FARGO — North Dakota State University is eliminating student affairs administrators and offering another round of retirement incentives to help cope with expected cuts in state funding, President Dean Bresciani said in an email to the campus Wednesday, Feb. 22.
FARGO—Jack Zaleski, The Forum's longtime editorial page editor, retires Friday, Feb. 10, after three decades of writing commentaries on issues of the day with a pen that could bestow blisters or balm to his subjects. Zaleski, 70, was named editorial page editor in 1987, succeeding Jerry Ruff, who had held the position since 1981. Before joining The Forum, Zaleski had been the editor and general manager of the Devils Lake Journal, where he had worked for 18 years.
FARGO—North Dakota State University President Dean Bresciani has withdrawn his candidacy for the presidency of Ohio University , where he was named http://www.inforum.com/news/4192815-bresciani-named-finalist-ohio-u-job-... " t
FARGO - Dean Bresciani, president of North Dakota State University since 2010, is one of four finalists for president of Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. The announcement was made Thursday morning, Jan. 5 by Ohio University on its website .
FARGO—Rory Eidsness came home from work complaining of a sore neck. He was stiff from a drill the day before, an exercise he'd done many times in his 19 years...
FARGO—Sheriff Paul Laney, in a briefing Sunday, Dec. 4, said law enforcers will back away from a contested bridge near the camp of protesters opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline near...
MOORHEAD—American Crystal Sugar Co. has removed an employee from its workplace pending an investigation into a Facebook post he made while off work disparaging the protests against the Dakota Access...
FARGO—Leaders at North Dakota State University are pleading with students to stop cheering at Bison football games with a traditional—but derogatory—chant dating back to its rivalry with the University of North Dakota. Although UND retired its former Fighting Sioux nickname in 2012 and renamed it sports teams the Fighting Hawks last year, some NDSU students persist in shouting a recurring chant that has been condemned as "hateful." When NDSU make a first down, the students say "Sioux suck," ending the three-word phrase with an expletive.