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On a site I hadn't heard of, but apparently a bunch of others have, I was fortunate to stumble upon some amazing photographs--ones that make you take a step back and realize that, no, you haven't seen... Posted on 1/20/13 at 11:06 AM
NDSU EXTENSION SERVICE Become Part of N.D’s Climatological History
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North Dakotans can become part of the states climatological history by becoming volunteers for the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow (CoCoR... Posted on 3/7/12 at 1:23 PM
STAFF BLOG SUE DOEDEN'S ALL ABOUT FOOD Weekend Baking: Bittersweet Brownies with Orange Creme Frosting
I wasn't planning to use creamy, sweet and tart Orange Creme to frost brownies. With a small bowl of the creme remaining after a couple of practice runs making Cherries Jubilee to prepare for the dinn... Posted on 3/4/11 at 7:54 AM
Scranton Public School sixth-graders Callie Anderson, left, and Kasi Jarratt make adjustments to their mouse trap vehicle Thursday during competition at the 2012 Science Olympiad hosted at Dickinson State University. Students from throughout western North Dakota participated in science activities including anatomy, tower building, rocks and minerals, meteorology, food science and thermodynamics.
GENEVA (AP) — One of the very pillars of physics and Einstein's theory of relativity — that nothing can go faster than the speed of light — was rocked Thursday by new findings from one of the world's foremost laboratories.
Fifth-grade students from Lincoln Elementary look on in awe as Dickinson State University student April Robinson of New England, left, demonstrates “Old Foamy” during a science show in the advanced chemistry lab at DSU, Friday afternoon.
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