BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF NORTH DAKOTA How is my premium spent?
We know health care insurance isn't cheap - but do you know how your premium dollars are spent?
Suprised? Not? What do you think?
We're still listening.... Posted on 2/13/12 at 11:19 AM
STAFF BLOG JIMMY JABBER There’s no one to blame but yourself for missing class
Video games are the reason for students struggles in school as much as food is to blame for peoples weight issues.
College often is a persons first taste of freedom (loads of free time) from parental ... Posted on 12/27/11 at 1:00 AM
Today the darkness and profound melancholy of Good Friday fades in the light of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It’s Easter Sunday, and believers around the world are celebrating the most important day on the Christian calendar.
One of the striking features of Robin Huebner’s Tuesday report in The Forum about long-gone Fargo College was the archival photograph of the school’s impressive buildings, which stood on the rise just south of Island Park. The photo, courtesy of North Dakota State University Archives, is a reminder of what can be lost when community leaders lack vision.
PRAIRIE ROSES: To Fargo Shanley High School student Alivia Fraase, who last week was honored with the National Guard Inspiration Award, one of only 15 handed out to outstanding students across the nation in conjunction with USA Today High School Sports.
Anyone familiar with the operation of the North Dakota Secretary of State’s Office will not be surprised by the glowing report about the state’s election system from the respected Pew Charitable Trusts.
A proposal in Moorhead to establish unique “gardens” on the site of a soon-to-be razed power plant is visionary. Not only will it put to good use an attractive tract of urban land, it also will add to the arts base and environmental stewardship that can distinguish a forward-thinking city.
Assumptions about the demand for public services in North Dakota’s booming Oil Patch can be erroneous and overblown. While it is fashionable to conclude the sky is falling, statistical evidence suggests the sky is where it should be, particularly regarding public schools.
The North Dakota Republican Party playbook has a new page this campaign season. Republicans are trying to make a case that North Dakota Democrats want to divide the state (a “wedge” issue) by criticizing the majority party’s policies regarding the Bakken oil boom.
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