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Potato grower's move into forest land raises water, wildlife concerns
House passes bill capping college tuition hikes at 2.5 percent in each of next two years
Trial for accused scam artist begins in federal court
Defense rests in ND teacher of the year sex trial
ND Senate outlines foundation aid uses
crime and courts
nation and world
Firefighters attend crude oil by rail emergency response training in Colorado
Court says ND can join Wyoming lawsuit over fracking rules
US Chamber of Commerce predicts federal coal regulations will go down
Industrial Commission grants flaring exemption to 105 oil and gas wells
Whiting Petroleum works to mitigate fire losses
Pulitzer Prize-winning history book focuses on Mandan people
Hope: It's a secret to everybody
Hope: The 39 Steps
James Corden a welcome addition to late-night TV
Best bets: What to do, see and drink this weekend
Wild’s expectations to beat Blackhawks
Positive reviews at Vikings practice
Blue Hawks sweep Presentation to end season
A competitive edge: DSU football spring game showcases new talent
Ahlin: Legislature did good thing, but then stumbled
Omdahl: Are lieutenant governors coming or going?
Letter: Take a drive and see wind turbines for yourself
Letter: North Dakota doesn’t need to build wind farms for SD
Veeder: Getting lost in my quickly changing hometown
Elizabeth "Liz" Schwartz
Darlyn A. Larson
October 8, 2013
Higgs boson, key to the universe, wins Nobel physics prize
STOCKHOLM - Britain's Peter Higgs and Francois Englert of Belgium won the Nobel Prize for physics on Tuesday for predicting the existence of the Higgs boson particle that explains how elementary matter attained the mass to form stars and planets. The insight has been hailed as one...
October 8, 2013 - 12:47pm
June 19, 2013
Immigration critical to growing ND businesses
FARGO -- An immigration reform bill taking shape in the U.S. Senate could have important ramifications for North Dakota businesses and their ability to grow. Business, health care and education leaders told Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., during a roundtable discussion Monday at Microsoft...
June 19, 2013 - 12:00am
June 12, 2013
Tour helps teachers apply lessons on oil
NEW TOWN -- The next time Rita West's math students ask how they will ever use geometry, she'll have a real-world answer from North Dakota's...
Energy / news / north dakota
June 12, 2013 - 12:00am
March 9, 2012
Today's schoolchildren, tomorrow's scientists
Scranton Public School sixth-graders Callie Anderson, left, and Kasi Jarratt make adjustments to their mouse trap vehicle Thursday during competition...
March 9, 2012 - 12:00am
September 22, 2011
Roll over Einstein: Law of physics challenged
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. European researchers said they clocked an oddball type...
September 22, 2011 - 5:26pm
April 10, 2010
Students explore science at DSU
Press Photo by Lisa Call Fifth-grade students from Lincoln Elementary look on in awe as Dickinson State University student April Robinson of...
local / news
April 10, 2010 - 12:00am
April 9, 2010
Astronauts take 1st spacewalk of shuttle mission
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) -- A pair of spacewalking astronauts disconnected an old empty ammonia tank outside the International Space Station on Friday and got a new one ready to put in its place. In the first of three spacewalks needed to complete the job, Clayton Anderson had...
April 9, 2010 - 4:08pm
April 5, 2010
Space shuttle Discovery, 7 astronauts blast off
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) -- Discovery and seven astronauts rocketed into orbit Monday on one of NASA's final stockpiling missions to the International Space Station, its takeoff flames bringing an early dawn to the coast with this last scheduled shuttle launch in darkness. The liftoff,...
April 5, 2010 - 7:00am