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Cause to run for: ND woman to run in Boston Marathon to fund research on son’s disorder
I-94 rollover accident injures 3 teens, leads to DUI arrest
It’s all about the smiles: Make-A-Wish North Dakota leader finds job a ‘perfect fit’
Grand Forks sheriff, office staff face lawsuits
Students propose New Voices Act: University of Jamestown group pushes free speech bill to state Legislature
FOTB: How convenient: Mom-and-pop store aims to keep small-town feel
A different kind of pipeline: BSC supplying stream of educated energy workers
Schlumberger, Baker Hughes results point to improvement
FAA administrator coming to North Dakota
Federal judge strikes down Minnesota rules on out-of-state power plants
Hope Christian Academy moving forward
A testament to Ukrainian homesteaders: Benefit to help preserve Belfield church
Solving crimes in fairy tale land
Time for changes
Darrell Wayne Guenther
Mary L. Scherman
Lawrence W. "Larry" Berger
Rodeo star to entrepreneur: Murphy’s SM Fencing & Energy Services expanding into multiple areas
Bennett: The changing face of TV
Patrick Hope: It’s hip to be Square
Jackie Hope: Ready for the Peeps show?
The Last Tree
Supporting farmers, making fuel: After early skepticism, Red Trail Energy ethanol plant in Richardton is going strong
Pifer’s stays busy in Bowman
First year down: ADM-Benson Quinn adds frack sand operation within a year of opening
Keeping up with agriculture: Alliance Ag Co-op’s new facility in Regent serves area ranchers, farmers
A century of shaping Scranton: More than just an elevator, Scranton Equity Exchange enters 100th year as successful independent cooperative
Our View: What’s best for our children?
Monke: Gone too soon, but always remembered
Veeder: Easter egg hunts helped us find more than candy
Baumgarten: It just isn’t the same
Godfread: Amendment assumptions are fundamentally flawed
Blue Hawks breeze by Vikings: DSU posts back-to-back wins, complete 4-game sweep against VCSU
Mayville finishes sweep of DSU in 4-game series
Hanson: a forgotten Fargo star
UND’s Windfeldt survives scare
April 22, 2009
Senate OKs Smith for board despite critics
BISMARCK -- The Senate confirmed Wahpeton attorney Richie Smith for a second term on the state Board of Higher Education on Wednesday despite some senators using the occasion to bash the board and the University System. Sen. Ray Holmberg, R-Grand Forks, voted to confirm but "with...
April 22, 2009 - 11:12pm
March 19, 2009
Smoking ban fails
A resolution that would have banned tobacco on all North Dakota state university campuses failed to get a second motion at the State Board of Higher Education meeting held Thursday in Bismarck. The decision as to whether or not all tobacco, including smokeless, would be banned from...
March 19, 2009 - 11:16pm
February 5, 2009
Legislators want control over college tuition setting
BISMARCK -- Higher education has become a "black hole" with an "unquenchable appetite for money," a legislator said Wednesday, arguing that's caused tuition rates to spike in the past 10 years. Lawmakers should take control of setting tuition rates at the state's colleges and universities,...
college / education
February 5, 2009 - 12:00am
May 15, 2008
Legislators have greater role in choosing N.D. higher ed board
FARGO -- The process for selecting Board of Higher Education members is more political than it once was, North Dakota's Supreme Court chief justice said Wednesday. Chief Justice Gerald VandeWalle, who serves on the five-member committee that selects nominees, said the addition of...
May 15, 2008 - 12:00am
May 14, 2008
Paulsen won't have second term on higher ed board
BISMARCK -- The Chancellor Potts controversy came back to bite John Q. Paulsen on Tuesday and, as a result, he won't be getting a second term on the state Board of Higher Education. A state nominating committee declined to nominate Paulsen, of Fargo, and he'll leave the board when...
May 14, 2008 - 12:00am
May 1, 2008
Four more apply for higher ed board
BISMARCK--The state's former adjutant general is among four additional applicants for the state Board of Higher Education. Retired Maj. Gen. Michael Haugen of Fargo was among those who met a 4 p.m. Wednesday deadline to apply for the board. The other three new applicants are Gordon...
May 1, 2008 - 12:00am
April 4, 2008
Higher ed budget is approved
BOTTINEAU -- North Dakota's Board of Higher Education during a meeting here Thursday voted 6-1 to approve the university system's biennial budget request, but not be-fore significant discussion about how board members would like the budgeting process to look different in the future. Thursday's...
April 4, 2008 - 12:00am
February 15, 2008
Nominations are being taken for higher ed board
BISMARCK -- The nominating committee for the state Board of Higher Education is taking nominations for the board position now held by John Q. Paulsen of Fargo, whose term expires June 30. He is eligible for reappointment to a second four-year term and said he'll seek reappointment. "I...
February 15, 2008 - 12:00am