UND finished the season 7-5 last Saturday with a 38-31 loss to Weber State in the first round of the FCS playoffs.
All anglers have been safely evacuated from Upper Red Lake according to a 3:20 p.m. update from the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office.
Rynn Willgohs and Zara Crystal, both transgender women who live in Fargo, are working to set up TRANSport, a nonprofit group that Willgohs envisioned to help other trans people in the U.S. emigrate to more hospitable countries.
The Fighting Hawks were sent on the road in the first round, but it wasn't because the Wildcats offered the NCAA a higher financial guarantee.
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Grand Forks City Council to hold off on scoping service for proposed bridges until a joint meeting is held
The conversation came during Monday's meeting of the Grand Forks Committee of the Whole, a panel that includes all of the members of City Council. Last week, during a regular meeting of the City Council, council members voted 4-3 to not move forward with a proposal to share the costs of consulting services with East Grand Forks.
Brooks: Maintaining a consistent sleep regiment is paramount.
The avowed white supremacist pleaded guilty on Monday, Nov. 28, to first-degree murder and other state charges in a mass shooting that killed 10 people and wounded three others in May at a supermarket in a predominantly Black neighborhood of Buffalo, New York. In June, he initially pleaded not guilty after a grand jury returned an indictment.
Lynn and Jason Kotrba have a personal connection with Huntington's Disease and wanted to help with the potentially life-saving Huntington's Disease research.
Cathy Scheibe, at 82, of LaMoure, North Dakota, continues with Toy Farmer Magazine, more than 22 years after her husband and co-founder, Claire, died. She talks about how the company is changing and preparing for transitions, about how markets for toy tractors and construction equipment have been unusually strong due to the pandemic and supply chain issues for new toy commemorative projects.
A look back at the Minnesotan who inspired more than one of his songs and how the state's cold spring inspired another.
Hadiya Farrahmand said when she heard about the New York Times' photojournalism program, she decided to participate and the first thing that came to mind was to raise awareness about the current situation in Afghanistan and how Afghan women are desperate for help and support.