DENVER – No one knows for sure whether the one Christians consider the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End, is for the Broncos or the Seahawks.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Two-thirds of North Dakota’s children aren’t proficient readers by the time they reach fourth grade, and the results are worse for the state’s low-income students, with nearly four out of five not hitting proficient reading marks, according to an Annie E. Casey Foundation KIDS COUNT report released Tuesday.
FARGO – Megan Miranda was sore, tired and cold, but she was determined to fulfill what she called a pilgrimage in taking part in last week’s Right to Life march in Washington, D.C.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The chairman of the last attempt to get marijuana legalized for medical use in North Dakota says he can’t get fired up about leading another effort anytime soon, even as the debate promises to light up the Minnesota Legislature in February.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – It was cold, with a stiff wind and snow out of the south Tuesday, as a heavily bundled Roxane Meidinger pressed a button just outside the northwest entry to Roosevelt Elementary School.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – It is two months before the Fargo School District’s March 11 mill levy vote, and school board members have started an educational campaign.
FARGO - If you think this is absolutely the worst day you’ll have this year, you could be right.
FARGO – Parents in Fargo-Moorhead might have looked out of their homes Thursday and wondered where the blizzard was that kept their kids home from school.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD – A proposed 10-cent deposit on bottles, cans and other beverage containers sold in Minnesota has area retailers worried that the push to increase recycling could cost them business.RELATED CONTENT
ROTHSAY, Minn. – The Rothsay School Board approved the second of two bond issues Monday for a new school, even as more than 60 farmers and other landowners packed the cafeteria, most of them there to protest taxes to pay for the planned 89,000-square-foot building. T
Thanksgiving may have passed on the calendar, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to be thankful about when it comes to the area’s youth.RELATED CONTENT
Two groups of West Fargo teachers are among the North Dakota recipients of 2011 Teachers and Technology grants presented by the Qwest Foundation and the North Dakota Educational Technology Council last week.RELATED CONTENT