THE DULLUM FILE Remembering '97
It's the seventeenth anniversary of the 1997 Red River Valley flood. Pictured above along withyours truly is reporterLaura Gallegos and photographer Brian McKenty on the day President Bill Clinton and... Posted on 4/19/14 at 6:43 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Time Passages
Times passes for people. Time also passes for the things people
build, like buildings and towns. I recently found a couple of
websites that not only remind me of times passages but also document
... Posted on 4/19/14 at 6:40 AM
HEALTHBEAT What price for peace of mind?
The patient is eight years out from treatment for breast cancer and is doing well, but four times a year she insists on a blood test to check her inflammation levels.
The test is pointless and has no... Posted on 4/18/14 at 10:54 AM
FARGO SCHOOL TALK The Power of the Playwright's Pen
Kevin Kennedy is aFargo Public Schools teacher who is also a playwright; he's crafted several one-act plays dealing with news events and social issues affecting teenagers.
Theres a playwright in our m... Posted on 4/18/14 at 9:10 AM
People of color tend to live in neighborhoods that have higher levels of nitrogen dioxide from vehicles, power plants and other sources than white people, according to new research by the University of Minnesota.
WASHINGTON – Sens. Kent Conrad and John Hoeven and Rep. Rick Berg announced Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is awarding $1.6 million in federal grants to organizations and government agencies throughout North Dakota to combat homelessness.
BISMARCK (AP) — The federal government has slightly lowered its official estimates of this year's U.S. spring wheat, durum wheat, barley and oats crops, after taking the unusual step of resurveying farmers in six states.
Blake Nicholson, Associated Press
, November 09, 2010
Art shows conflicts through soldiers’ eyes
PHILADELPHIA – For as long as the United States has gone to war, it has sent soldiers marching off to battle armed with paintbrushes, canvas, ink and sketchbooks.
Jaeger says he’s been transparent about setbacks in e-system
The Democratic-NPL candidate for North Dakota secretary of state is accusing Republican incumbent Al Jaeger of mismanaging a four-year effort to secure a computer system that would allow businesses to register electronically with the state.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Dante Warren passed for 352 yards and three touchdowns for South Dakota and scampered for a 25-yard score on fourth-and-1 midway through the fourth quarter, sealing a 41-38 victory over Minnesota on Saturday.
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