SUNDOG Why Is The Music Cranked to 11?
The Loudness War is on. Music recording artists and their governing labels have been gradually increasing the loudness level of their music over the past several years. Why? Because they believe that ... Posted on 4/25/13 at 9:19 AM
THE ADVOCATE: THE STUDENT NEWSPAPER OF MSUM The Advocast 34: The Full Meat of Tips
The Fargo Force offers $2 brewskis for broskis, an adjunct instructor teaches sign language, and Matt and Tyler run through winter running tips.
The Advocast 34: The Full Meat of Tips
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FARGO SCHOOL TALK VFW national student essay contests underway
Do you have an aspiring middle or high schoolwriter in your house? The national VFW organization, through its local posts, is holding two student essay contests this fall that pay out big to the natio... Posted on 10/17/11 at 8:22 AM
HEALTHY TIDBITS What is AVR?
AVR is Audio Visual Resources Inc. I learned about a new business today. They have had over 3o years of experience helping people out. This business includesrental, sales, support and install. What do... Posted on 9/23/11 at 7:04 PM
EVERYTHING ELSE Apple updates iPods, slashes price on new Apple TV
"Apple Inc. took the wraps off its latest iPod media players Wednesday and also updated its Apple TV offering, announcing a more compact and cheaper device that will arrive later this month," the As... Posted on 9/1/10 at 4:20 PM
Craig Finn knows a thing or two about stadium anthems. As the frontman for The Hold Steady rock band, he’s started it up for the Rolling Stones.
Now Finn is singing a new tune, an anthem for his hometown baseball team.
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FARGO – A feasibility study released today by the Army Corps of Engineers shows a North Dakota-side flood diversion would meet the standard for federal funding but would require a significantly larger local share than a Minnesota-side diversion.
BISMARCK – North Dakota health care executives and the state chapter of the AARP are defending Rep. Earl Pomeroy’s support of House health care legislation, saying it includes new benefits for seniors and help for medical care providers.
Dale Wetzel, Associated Press Writer
, November 18, 2009
Valley City residents want outlet impact study
VALLEY CITY, N.D. – Hundreds of residents here are begging state officials to quit using the Devils Lake outlet until more is known about its environmental impacts on the Sheyenne River.
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