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What's the political calculation behind Trump's visit to blue-and-red Fargo?
Katie Arrington, GOP lawmaker who defeated Sanford, seriously injured in car accident
AgweekTV: Trade War Escalates
Pelican island: Birds nest at Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Rodriguez lawyers: Jurors heard false evidence in Sjodin murder case
crime and courts
nation and world
After first year, oil industry praises Dakota Access Pipeline
Breaking down the myths of phone repair and battery life
North Dakota manufacturers left to weather uncertainty of trade war
Molson Coors latest beermaker to consider adding buds to suds
After Supreme Court ruling, Fargo business owner says 'It's great to have an even playing field'
place a business brief
Trump's coal gambit may yield political points, not mining jobs
Trump renews his criticism of OPEC for 'too high' oil prices
Wind developer's payment to Ducks Unlimited raises questions
Efforts to reduce wind energy impact to wildlife prompts controversy
China offered to buy $70 billion in US ag and energy products to ward off Trump's tariffs
Law enforcement agencies use new tool to prevent officer suicide
A pie maker creates art for the upper crust
Metro Sports Foundation received $8.5 million from Engelstad foundation
Family adopts sons they once dreamed of on a date
Well-meaning but hasty comments add to caregiver's heavy load
WORLD CUP ROUNDUP: Mexico closes in on next round, Germany stays alive
Better fishing access to Sakakawea part of House appeal of rule
Big Sticks end skid at Spearfish
Rangers blitz Twins for 6th win in row
Wild draft young Swedish defenseman Filip Johansson with No. 24 overall pick
Commentary: Bye-bye landline and premium cable TV
Silent auction opens gateway for giving
Commentary: Governor Burgum says he’d send National Guard troops to the border if asked
Analysis: Today's teens are less likely to smoke, drink or have sex, but they're not eating veggies
Commentary: Charging legislative candidate Duane Sand with a crime for making a false statement in a political ad is a travesty
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New weightlifting studio sees early success
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Veterans Pavilion, for those who served
New Methodist church honors past, anticipates future
Dairy farming is not only a job, but a lifestyle
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April 4, 2018
The hidden crisis on college campuses: 36 percent of students don't have enough to eat
WASHINGTON - Caleb Torres lost seven pounds his freshman year of college - and not because he didn't like the food in the dining hall. A first-generation...
April 4, 2018 - 6:54am
August 28, 2017
ND 4-H club fighting hunger in the garden
BISMARCK — When the North Dakota Department of Agriculture launched the Hunger Free North Dakota Garden Project in 2010, the Hay Creek...
August 28, 2017 - 4:38pm
January 16, 2017
Arctic Apples will test appetite for genetically modified produce
SUMMERLAND, British Columbia—Neal and Louisa Carter didn't set out to be pioneers in biotechnology. But their work to develop non-browning...
January 16, 2017 - 7:00am
October 17, 2016
UN: Farmers must adapt food-growing methods to curb climate change
ROME—Farmers urgently need help to adapt their methods of growing food if the world is to curb greenhouse gas emissions and prevent climate...
October 17, 2016 - 4:42pm
December 28, 2015
Filling the hunger gap: Programs tackling shortage of food available in rural areas
GRAND FORKS — A 2008 study, Creating a Hunger Free North Dakota, illustrated a glaring reality—for one in 12 North Dakotans, the state’s charitable food distribution programs provided the difference between having food on the table and going hungry. The study also indicated...
December 28, 2015 - 9:59pm
November 7, 2015
Fighting hunger through Empty Bowls Project
Imagine being hungry and not knowing where your next meal is coming from. In a land of plenty, there should be enough food for everyone —...
November 7, 2015 - 11:27pm
October 10, 2015
Inmates claim they're going hungry in jail
FARGO -- Being in jail isn't supposed to be a picnic, but some Cass County inmates claim their mealtime experience is more like a prison camp....
October 10, 2015 - 6:00am
September 6, 2014
Hungry North Dakotans making hard choices
FARGO — Increasing numbers of North Dakotans are making tough choices about whether to spend money on food or on other necessities, according to a study released Thursday by the Great Plains Food Bank in Fargo. “As we reviewed the study results, one of the things that really...
September 6, 2014 - 7:24pm
July 10, 2014
North Dakota growers asked to produce 250,000 pounds of food to fight hunger
FARGO — The state’s agriculture commissioner challenged gardeners across North Dakota on Tuesday to grow 250,000 pounds of produce for those in need. Doug Goehring said he wants the Hunger Free ND Garden Project, now in its fifth season, to surpass previous donation records and...
July 10, 2014 - 10:15pm
November 30, 2013
Amid prosperity, hunger growing in Fargo-Moorhead
DILWORTH, Minn. — Ashlie Jackson has struggled to find work and feed her two young children. She’s learned what despair feels like and...
November 30, 2013 - 2:39pm
November 26, 2013
Feeding hungry students: Dickinson school support staff to start supplemental food services
In an effort to curb the effects of hunger on students at Dickinson Public Schools, a group of school social workers and counselors have taken...
November 26, 2013 - 10:43pm