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Drop in grower payments clouds American Crystal meeting
Suspect sought in fatal hit-and-run
Task force on property tax reform digs into local levies
Goodhue County in Minnesota beefs up silica sand rules
Arnold murder suspect's trial in doubt
BLM office working against backlog
Snow and cold temps slow ND oil production
Geologist’s film projects vision of nation’s energy switch
Economist recommends regional legacy trust for oil-impacted counties
A basement full of oil: Fuel-oil delivered to wrong home with disastrous consequences
Learning to suture
Swift: Dad-isms offer car maintenance tips, fashion advice
Home away from home: St. Luke's Home transitions to a neighborhood model, open house planned
St. Luke's completes construction
Trinity to present 'Little Mermaid Jr.'
Other views: Not the right ‘path to success’
Letter: Remember Dec. 7, 1941!
Letter: Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks trust fund petition bad for the state
Letter: Governor fails to appoint women to committees
Letter: Governor likes to tell us what we already know
William A Stegner
Dr. Nordeng: What to do about children’s ear infections
Dr. Ahmed: Common colds and our children
Johnson: DHS, Trinity speech teams combine
Jackie Hope: Desperately seeking Santa
Patrick Hope: PlayStation4 off to a good start
Midgets handle Saints: Dickinson racks up 5 pins en route to a win over Bismarck St. Mary’s
Bearcats open with young, but experienced group
Eagles head home, not to FCS playoffs
Glen Ullin-Hebron returns with similar cast, new hope
UND looks to improve faceoffs
The Crude Life: People of Walmart
November 23, 2013
T-Wolves honor Garnett, then beat his Nets
MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota Timberwolves fans had plenty to cheer about when it came to Brooklyn forward Kevin Garnett in Friday’s 111-81 victory over the Nets.
November 23, 2013 - 12:05am
November 4, 2013
Joerger, Stevens among 9 new coaches to join NBA
Most seasons you need a GPS tracker to keep up with player movement in the NBA. Suddenly, there’s one required for coaches.
November 4, 2013 - 11:49pm
October 29, 2013
Five new coaches in the West
The conference will have five new coaches (a full one-third of the teams) when the NBA tips off its 2013-14 season Oct. 29. That follows a season in which there were four changes. The last coach to eliminate James in a playoff series - Dallas’ Rick Carlisle - is one of just four...
October 29, 2013 - 12:30am
Eastern reign doesn't end with Heat
It wasn’t all that long ago that David Stern found himself defending a playoff system in which a 48-win Golden State team was left watching in the West while a 38-win Miami squad was moving on in the East.
October 29, 2013 - 12:29am
August 16, 2013
Timberwolves return after injury-plagued season
FARGO -- Minnesota Timberwolves fans are not the only ones frustrated with the team's inability to stay healthy over the last two seasons. "It's very frustrating for us as players too, knowing how good our team could be if we do stay healthy," Timberwolves forward Chase Budinger...
August 16, 2013 - 12:01am
May 14, 2013
Montana Tech names former NBA player as new athletic director
BUTTE, Mont. -- Montana Tech Chancellor Don Blackketter has announced that former University of Wyoming and Boston Celtics basketball player Charles Bradley has been named the school's new athletic director. Bradley will begin work Wednesday replacing Joe McClafferty, who served...
May 14, 2013 - 2:32pm
October 27, 2012
Former NBA All-Star speaks at energy summit in Dickinson
Everyone, it seems, wants to have their picture taken with Mark Eaton. The 7-foot-4 former NBA All-Star center said he doesn't mind. In fact,...
October 27, 2012 - 12:00am
May 11, 2012
Monke: New age minimum would help NBA
For as much grief as he gets, National Basketball Association Commissioner David Stern is onto something with his latest proposal to increase the league's minimum age limit to 20. This year's already boring playoffs and strike-shortened season prove that the league needs to make...
columns / sports
May 11, 2012 - 11:27pm
June 2, 2011
ND native Brown remembers Shaq's early days
FARGO -- Back in the 1940s, Dale Brown lived in poverty in Minot -- where he will always remember welfare workers harassing his mother. Today in an affluent subdivision of Orlando, Fla., the 75-year-old Brown will step into the 52,000-square foot, lakeside mansion of Shaquille O'Neal. In...
columns / sports
June 2, 2011 - 11:32pm