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Catholic nuns work to spare life of man who killed University of North Dakota ...
Feb 24, 2015 • Minneapolis Star TribuneFARGO, N.D. — A small group of Catholic nuns dedicated to eliminating the death penalty is working to spare the life of a man convicted of kidnapping and killing a University of North Dakota student. The Congregation of St. Joseph is an order of about ... More
Fargo is feasible for future North Dakota high school hockey tournaments
Feb 24, 2015 • INFORUMGirls hockey became a NDHSAA sponsored sport in 2002-03 and after five years of being hosted in Dickinson (2003, 2006), Jamestown (2004) and Minot (2005, 2007) its state tournament became combined with the boys at Grand Forks' Ralph Engelstad Arena ... More
KORRIE WENZEL: Of politics and party schools
Feb 20, 2015 • Grand Forks HeraldThese were just a couple of interesting moments that arose during recent meetings of the Herald's editorial board, which regularly visits with newsmakers who wish to help us learn more about events and issues that affect Grand Forks and the region ... More
UND aviation school dean plans to step down after 16 years
Feb 26, 2015 • KFGOGRAND FORKS, N.D. (KFGO-AM) The dean of the University of North Dakota aerospace school is stepping down. Bruce Smith says he will retire in June 2016. The aviation school has grown under his tenure to become the largest program in the United ... More
Growing number of seniors moving to eastern North Dakota
Feb 18, 2015 • Grand Forks HeraldThis west-east migration of seniors in North Dakota, plus the aging baby boomer generation results in a projected growth of 61 percent for adults age 65 and older in Grand Forks County from 2011 to 2025, Iseminger said, citing a study by North Dakota ... More
North Dakota goes from one of top 10 conservative states to one of top 10 ...
Feb 19, 2015 • Grand Forks Heraldsaid Lloyd Omdahl, a retired political science professor at the University of North Dakota. “What is a moderate?” The confrontational conservative Tea Party movement is at odds with the “North Dakota nice” culture of seeking compromise, said Mark ... More
THE LIST: Bret Michaels ... TEDxGrand Forks ... 'The Glory of Living'
Feb 20, 2015 • Grand Forks HeraldThrough April 2 at Empire Arts Center: The University of North Dakota Art Collections Gallery will host the exhibit "From Rembrandt to Picasso and Beyond" at the Empire Arts Center, located at 415 DeMers Ave., Grand Forks, through April 2. For more ... More
Obama interviews like WDAY's 'bypass' Washington-based media, UND ...
Feb 25, 2015 • Grand Forks Herald... local media, presidents have tried to access local media,” said Mark Jendrysik, professor of political science at the University of North Dakota. President Bill Clinton was known for his interviews with local media, as were Ronald Reagan and both ... More
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