Managers of North Dakota's two biggest concert venues discuss philosophy, challenges
The Grand Forks Herald sat down with Chosin Roots Nursery & Design owner Brody Welsh for 5 Questions this week.
There are 23 School Board candidates; the Herald emailed a questionnaire to all but one (Aaron Waterman did not respond to a phone voice-message requesting his email address). Of those, 20 responded, and their answers are below.
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A warmup is coming in June, but conflicting forces make it impossible to predict whether the summer will be hot and dry or hot and wet.
Minnesota lawmakers reach $18.4 million deal for drought relief, months after historically dry summer
Other issues delayed the bill's advance at the Capitol for months, but it appeared poised to move forward on Friday.
In a statement, Minnesota Indian Affairs Council Cultural Resources Specialist Dylan Goetsch said neither the council nor the state archaeologist were made aware of the discovery as required by state law.
“I am beyond thrilled to be a part of the new Summer Theatre at Minot State University,” Josh Duhamel said in a statement. “This will further promote the arts in Minot and encourage the development of all the tremendous talent in our home state of North Dakota.”
The Federal Reserve has become aggressive in their fight against inflation by raising interest rates and accumulating debt rates. Auto loans have yet to catch up with these rising rates, which has led many people to purchase new vehicles before the rates catch up.
But Minnesota just wasn’t clean enough to pull off the road upset against one of the league’s elite. The Lynx committed 12 turnovers — which led to 22 points for Las Vegas — and made a few too many costly plays.
Sarah Lancaster hopes to use her newfound platform to advocate for more mental health services in schools and the important of teachers of color.