FARGO – An amendment that could halt a new voluntary sex education program represents the state’s “latest attack on women and families,” Molly Secor-Turner said.
New doctor of physical therapy program to start up this fall
FARGO – Despite the 100-mile distance, Jamestown will soon have a big presence here when Jamestown College opens its $1.7 million facility for a new doctor of physical therapy program.
FARGO – Carol Van Den Einde said she’s had a passion for horses since childhood, when she often visited a nearby family friend’s farm to brush and care for their pets.
FARGO – A woman escaped uninjured Monday afternoon when her car was struck by a slow-moving train west of the North Dakota State University campus.
MOORHEAD – Richard “Ray” Stordahl was many things to many people.
A McIntosh, Minn., farm boy who volunteered for the draft in 1944 fresh out of high school and served two years in the Army.
BELOIT, Wis. – A mother and son were arrested here in connection with alleged felonies in Fargo-Moorhead early Saturday after a one-hour standoff.
FARGO - Financial counselor Duane Emmel says Benjamin Franklin’s famous quotation is missing one certainty of modern-day life.
“It’s sort of like death and taxes, and student loans,” he said.
A new report from the New York Federal Reserve shows it’s a familiar certainty for a growing number of Americans. Nearly 40 million now have student loans, with an average of $25,000 per borrower.
Watch the entire 2013 Fargo Star finals inside!
FARGO - With a hint of country twang and impressive pipes, 18-year-old Addie Onchuck belted her way to victory during the 2013 Fargo Star competition Saturday night.
BISMARCK – The State Board of Higher Education on Thursday passed a resolution of “full support” for Chancellor Hamid Shirvani.
But three members of the eight-person board voted against the resolution during a special conference call, and several said there needs to be more discussion to address underlying communication issues that plague the board.
BISMARCK – North Dakota’s State Board of Higher Education has scheduled a second special meeting this month regarding Chancellor Hamid Shirvani on Thursday.
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