THE TREND: UND nicknames released, Zane McIntyre heads to prom, school board position candidates
The Lead UND has released its incredibly lengthy list of potential new nicknames, with 1,172 unique suggestions, plus another list of names that will not be considered. If you're wondering why the name you submitted isn't on the consideration lis...
UND has released its incredibly lengthy list of potential new nicknames , with 1,172 unique suggestions, plus another list of names that will not be considered. If you're wondering why the name you submitted isn't on the consideration list, well, read on, because there are a number of possible reasons for that.
- Zane McIntyre, UND goalie and a finalist this year for the Hobey Baker award, went to prom over the weekend with Shayla Miller. Miller, a plucky high school senior from Warren, Minn., was born with cerebral palsy and other disorders and was never expected to walk or talk. She defied the odds, and at prom, she even danced. Check out WDAZ's cute video and story on the evening .
- Eight people have applied for an open position on the Grand Forks School Board . Four of them have previously run for a seat on the board, and one was previously appointed to fill another vacancy.
- Is the public ready for a new library in Grand Forks? The Grand Forks City Council isn't sure there's enough public support for the project.
- What's it like to be an older mom? A 38-year-old East Grand Forks woman is now expecting her fourth child when her first is 20 years old. Moms in her situation say there are many adjustments to be made, but there are advantages, too.
The Last Word
An NDSU student was crowned Miss Indian World last month , winning the largest and most prestigious pageant for Native American women. Cheyenne Brady, 22, is a member of the Sac and Fox Nation, and also represents the Cheyenne, Pawnee, Otoe, Kiowa, Apache, Hidatsa, Arikara and Tonkawa tribes.
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