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Growing Dickinson: As infrastructure projects catch up, retail centers in Dickinson grow

Growing Dickinson: As infrastructure projects catch up, retail centers in Dickinson grow

It’s becoming clear that 2014 could be a big year for retail and commercial developments in Dickinson. As many as five new retail and commerce areas a...

Banks and businesses seeing counterfeit bills

Banks and businesses seeing counterfeit bills

As cash continues to flow through southwest North Dakota, retailers and banks need to keep a watchful eye on the currency they take in as more counter...

Hutterites stung by criticism from 'The Nine'

Hutterites stung by criticism from 'The Nine'

INKSTER — Ex-members of the Forest River Colony of Hutterites near Inkster are speaking out about their former lives in the close-knit religious commu...

Titans’ senior duo: Woehl, Sykora lead Dickinson Trinity as lone seniors on the roster

Titans’ senior duo: Woehl, Sykora lead Dickinson Trinity as lone seniors on the roster

One year ago, the Dickinson Trinity football team had 22 seniors. ...

Beach’s main running tandem

Beach’s main running tandem

Beach senior running backs Tyler Steffen and Anthony Weinreis work well of each other. ...

Kolpack: Nebraska is the new Texas for North Dakota State recruiting

Kolpack: Nebraska is the new Texas for North Dakota State recruiting

FARGO — It’s been six years since Reggie Moore left his position as an assistant football coach at North Dakota State. He was a well-respected wide re...

Mott-Regent teacher James Glasser honored for 50 years of work

Mott-Regent teacher James Glasser honored for 50 years of work

James Glasser didn’t grow up dreaming to be a science teacher. But his teachers at Mott High School in the late 1950s encouraged him to go to college, so he headed off to Dickinson State Teachers College after graduating in 1960.

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Oil spill expert to headline DRC meeting Saturday

Wilma Subra uses information to empower communities negatively affected by oil and gas development. Some people don’t like that.

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Landowners near Rhame question water project

An apparent dispute over land easements could delay or derail plans for the city of Rhame to receive Southwest Water Authority service.

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Providing calm after the storm

Those wishing to donate to causes benefiting ranchers affected by an October blizzard already have charities set up in South Dakota, but soon they could see a benefit for North Dakota ranchers.

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Fargo Catholics exposed to Hepatitis A virus during communion

FARGO — The Fargo Catholic Diocese’s new bishop may have exposed hundreds of church members here and in Jamestown to the hepatitis A virus in late September and early October.

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Greetings, comrades: Tea Party SD airs ‘over-the-top’ Obamacare ad

MITCHELL, S.D. — The tea party’s stand against Obamacare might be in cease-fire mode on Capitol Hill, but in South Dakota a tea party group has launched a TV ad with the message that the president’s health care reform law will turn America into the Soviet Union.

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After 6 years, questions linger in Grand Forks bar fight death

After 6 years, questions linger in Grand Forks bar fight death

GRAND FORKS — A 2007 brawl outside a Grand Forks bar that left one man dead remains unsolved and still presents enough of a mystery to garner the attention of a national network.

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Man jailed for slicing Valley City restroom wall

VALLEY CITY — A Grand Forks man will spend the next three days in the Barnes County Jail for vandalizing a restaurant restroom in Valley City with either a knife or one of two swords, according to authorities.

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Native healers, native doctors

Native healers, native doctors

FORT TOTTEN — Laidman Fox Jr. attributes the loss of the storytelling tradition among native people to the loss of nature itself.

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Growing Dickinson: As infrastructure projects catch up, retail centers in Dickinson grow

Growing Dickinson: As infrastructure projects catch up, retail centers in Dickinson grow

It’s becoming clear that 2014 could be a big year for retail and commercial developments in Dickinson. As many as five new retail and commerce areas are in the works, with some nearly complete.

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Titans’ senior duo: Woehl, Sykora lead Dickinson Trinity as lone seniors on the roster

Titans’ senior duo: Woehl, Sykora lead Dickinson Trinity as lone seniors on the roster

One year ago, the Dickinson Trinity football team had 22 seniors.

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Beach’s main running tandem

Beach’s main running tandem

Beach senior running backs Tyler Steffen and Anthony Weinreis work well of each other.

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Kolpack: Nebraska is the new Texas for North Dakota State recruiting

Kolpack: Nebraska is the new Texas for North Dakota State recruiting

FARGO — It’s been six years since Reggie Moore left his position as an assistant football coach at North Dakota State. He was a well-respected wide receivers coach who opened a recruiting pipeline to Texas.

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Cardinals tie series with Red Sox after 3-run 7th

Cardinals tie series with Red Sox after 3-run 7th

BOSTON — One night after the St. Louis Cardinals stumbled on defense, the Boston Red Sox reciprocated, leaving the World Series tied at one game apiece.

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Dickinson uses late rally to defeat Williston

WILLISTON — In the fourth set, the Williston volleyball team held a 20-12 lead and Dickinson High was about to accomplish something they hadn’t all year.

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Westminster sweeps Dickinson State

SALT LAKE CITY — After dropping the first two sets by the same score, the Westminster College volleyball team had to work in the final set, because Dickinson State didn’t hand it over.

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Stadium price report coming as officials woo major sports events

Stadium price report coming as officials woo major sports events

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Minnesota stadium officials will get a better idea of what will fit into a new Vikings stadium next week even as stadium and team officials try to lure major sports events even before ground is broken.

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Featured Staff Blogs

http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/594/50/50/ BISON MEDIA BLOG
Moving On?
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4/18/14 at 10:44 AM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/832/50/50/ UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA HOCKEY
The final rankings
UND is ranked No. 4 in the final USCHO poll this season (for whatever it's worth) and I decided to go and look up some past polls. Some of the findings were interesting. Only five teams have been ran...
4/17/14 at 5:42 PM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/2954/50/50/ OIL PATCH DISPATCH
UPDATED: Oil Patch truck driver charged with illegal dumping
WILLISTON, N.D. Criminal charges have been filed against a truck driver accused of illegally dumping oilfield waste in western North Dakota, and the trucking company he worked for could face more th...
4/15/14 at 3:15 PM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/282/50/50/ MONKE BUSINESS
Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library once-in-generation opportunity for North Dakota
You can visit the George W. Bush Presidential Library at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. It only costs $7 to get into both the Bill Clinton library in Little Rock, Ark., and the Gerald Ford l...
4/6/14 at 1:00 AM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/3199/50/50/ NODAK MOMENT
Mental health: America's elephant in the room
In today's political environment of soundbites, prepared party-line talking points, agenda-driven news media stars and non-stop information gushing at every American like a river of lava heading down ...
1/28/14 at 5:16 AM

Featured Area Voices

http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/593/50/50/ OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK
St. Louis River hustles through Jay Cooke State Park
I figured the St. Louis River would be rolling along well at Jay Cooke State Park just west of Duluth today, so the yellow dog and I went to take a look. We werent disappointed. The river was tumbli...
4/19/14 at 2:20 PM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/2588/50/50/ KINDNESS IS CONTAGIOUS
Learn Kindness from Jesus- Regardless of Religion
This is the hardest week of the year to write my column. An entire Holy Week culminates with the celebration of Easter. It should be a piece of cake: Say something about the gift of salvation or tell...
4/19/14 at 8:09 AM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/531/50/50/ THE NEW FORTY
A special place in Hell...
There must be a special place in Hell for those who use a cloak of faith and Godliness to visit wrongful acts on others. I am talking about those who abuse the trust that is placed with them as spirit...
4/18/14 at 10:57 PM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/1028/50/50/ NO FREE LUNCH
MSUM music student accused of dealing marijuana
A musician involved with Marijuana?Whatever happened to getting a musical high? FARGO Its the kind of arrangement police frown on. A Minnesota State University Moorhead music student was arrested Th...
4/18/14 at 3:46 PM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/2294/50/50/ PRAIRIE BUSINESS
Grand Forks Region EDC celebrates stellar 2013
There was much to celebrate at the Grand Forks Region EDC's annual meeting held in Grand Forks, N.D., at the Alerus Center on April 17. Business has boomed in the community over the past year and city...
4/18/14 at 12:58 PM

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