STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Dayton would limit surplus spending to $162 million
By Don Davis
A $1.2 billion budget surplus does not mean massive new state spending.
Gov. Mark Dayton made that clear Thursday when he unveiled his plan for election-year budget changes: About half of... Posted on 3/6/14 at 6:43 PM
FARGO SCHOOL TALK Federal Education Laws and Local Schools
There are eight Federal Education Laws that have not been renewed for several years, yet the laws have influence on local decisions about delivering quality education for our students.
By Superintende... Posted on 1/31/14 at 9:00 AM
PRAIRIE BUSINESS MAGAZINE Luring them in
I recently sat in on a symposium held by the North Dakota State University Research and Technology Park to introduce the park's development of a strategic plan to better meet the state's changing need... Posted on 12/16/13 at 6:18 PM
Former white supremacist promotes diversity
For 15 years, Tom “TJ” Leyden was a neo-Nazi white supremacist who advocated and used violence against different races and recruited others – including children – to join the movement.
GRAND FORKS - The state Board of Higher Education voted 5-3 today to keep the status quo with the Fighting Sioux nickname while an appeal is pending.
The board also directed its attorney to request an expedited hearing with the Supreme Court.
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