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Police Blotter: Man arrested for possession with intent to deliver
N.D. Supreme Court denies request to toss results of 2012 gubernatorial race
In North Dakota, countdown looms for $5.3 billion oil tax break
Fund started to Fargo repair bison sculpture
Group circulates petition for audit of North Dakota agencies’ oil industry oversight
Nation & World
Decision on oil pipeline sparks protests: Activists ask for help from Minn. governor
NY unlikely to face lawsuits over fracking ban, experts say
Hearing set on ONEOK natural gas plant
Utah company fined $687,000 for saltwater violations
N.D. regulators approve $240M wind farm
Your own little personal frontier
Benson: Christmas stories
Other Views: Scratch one aftershock from oil boom
Jacobs: North Dakota’s Young kept CIA’s secrets
Zaleski: Badlands glow at Cowboy Christmas
Adams and Braun
Craftsmen install marble at St. Wenceslaus
Sharing culture, one cookie at a time: Exchange student attends DSU through partnership between U.S. and Germany
Celebrating Christmas in Medora: Events honor veterans, reflect traditional cowboy ways
'The Sound of Music': Trinity High to present classic musical
Twila A. (Renner) Burk
Donald E. Shypkowski
Arlene "Faye" Napton
Growing for the community: Stevenson family uses new funeral home as a way to give back
Journeying the Narrow Path
Jackie Hope: Winter arrives at 4:03 p.m.
Patrick Hope: Think outside the ‘Box’
DHS students give back
Dickinson ready to be at home
Prince supplies 18 points as Tigers defeat Killdeer
Blue Hawks play UND in exhibition
Trinity tames Cougars: Titans use a trio of scorers to top Heart River in Roughrider Tournament
August 28, 2012
Dickinson police: Reports of fighting up
Fights, particularly those in or near bars, are becoming more commonplace in Dickinson as the population increases with an oil boom. In 2009, the Dickinson Police Department received 12 calls for fights all year, Capt. Dave Wilkie said. So far this year, there have been 90 calls...
news / oil
August 28, 2012 - 12:00am
February 22, 2012
Letter: Don't forget about settlement in Fighting Sioux case
"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, When first we practice to deceive," Sir Walter Scott. In recent weeks there has been a run of published letters opposing the retirement of the Sioux nickname and endless grousing about softy professors, crybaby politics, the villainous NCAA, Spirit...
letters / opinion
February 22, 2012 - 12:00am
December 9, 2009
Judge won't rule today on nickname suit
DEVILS LAKE -District Judge Michael Sturdevant will not rule today on a lawsuit filed by University of North Dakota nickname supporters who want the North Dakota Board of Higher Education to give more time for a deal to be worked out between the college and the state's Sioux tribes. Fighting...
December 9, 2009 - 12:50pm
September 22, 2009
UND urges civility in nickname debate
GRAND FORKS (AP) -- The University of North Dakota is urging civility in the debate over the school's Fighting Sioux nickname and Indian head logo. Spokesman Peter Johnson says the effort is prompted by some of the problems that have resulted during national debate over health care...
September 22, 2009 - 2:00pm
March 3, 2009
Committee questions Engelstad Arena lobbying to retain Fighting Sioux nickname
BISMARCK -- People are lobbying by the Ralph Engelstad Arena to retain the Fighting Sioux nickname, according to a University of North Dakota committee. UND English Professor Sharon Carson, representing the Campus Committee for Human Rights, wrote a letter last month raising concerns...
March 3, 2009 - 11:37pm
January 15, 2009
Committee being formed for ND nickname
The chancellor of the state university system says he's trying to find tribal representatives to serve on a committee to study the University of North Dakota's Fighting Sioux nickname and logo. Chancellor William Goetz told the state Board of Higher Education he's found representatives...
January 15, 2009 - 8:46am
February 22, 2008
Goetz: More dialogue needed on Fighting Sioux nickname
MAYVILLE - A direction on how to proceed with the University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux nickname should be more clear when a new president assumes office in July. North Dakota University System Chancellor Bill Goetz said the issue should not be placed on the shoulders of incoming...
February 22, 2008 - 12:00am