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Final Missouri River study to be presented next week
Facing shrinking budget, NDSU president calls for optimism
University of Mary gets $2.8 million FEMA grant to protect against landslide threat
Caller reported man shot himself, but Fargo police seeking homicide suspect
Norsk Hostfest said websites selling overpriced tickets to concerts
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Judge declines to strike down entire ND anti-corporate farming law, but calls one provision 'discriminatory'
Deaf advocates say jobs, awareness an issue in North Dakota
'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood' receives Google's most moving, and soothing, Doodle yet
September rainstorm dampens early harvest plans in South Dakota
Nearly half of cellphone calls will be scams by 2019, report says
place a business brief
North Dakota oil, gas production returns to record levels
Proposed N.D. Land Board rules could cause delays for energy, agriculture sectors
Aging coal plants get new life under Trump plan
MHA Nation continues legal fight over oil wells near Lake Sakakawea
After tax cut, rebate on electric bills for North Dakotans is undecided
Heitkamp leads Grand Forks discussion on maternal care
North Dakota residents gain access to addiction resource
Patients: Medical marijuana effectively treats pain, post-traumatic stress
ND insurance commissioner cautions about short-term insurance plans
Flu cases already being reported in North Dakota
Gophers receivers have heightened pressure of playing. Fleck's old position
Wild coach Boudreau: Time to get serious
NBA Board approves rules changes
From Mexico to North Dakota, Bison defensive end Stanley Jones never far away from family
No. 22 North Dakota looks to maintain momentum in Potato Bowl against Idaho State
Commentary: Creating a database of where DUI offenders were drinking is a terrible idea
Slow down to give and receive kindness
Commentary: If marijuana legalization has been so bad for other states, why have so many of them done it?
Commentary: What if Democratic electioneering is hurting our ability to get better trade deals?
Commentary: ND's Senate race far from over
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ND farmer etches grandson's marriage proposal into field
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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Mayville State University
March 28, 2018
New president named at Mayville State University in ND
MAYVILLE, N.D. — The next president of Mayville State University now serves as associate provost at Murray State University in Kentucky....
March 28, 2018 - 5:15pm
March 8, 2018
Mayville State presidential search narrows to three finalists
The Mayville State University presidential search is down to three finalists. A search committee made up of a cross-section of MSU stakeholders met for the last time Thursday to quickly whittle down a list of four candidates, coming to prompt consensus to end their work for a search...
March 8, 2018 - 8:18pm
February 18, 2018
Longstanding legacy: North Dakota campuses a result of politics, early expectations of state's founders
GRAND FORKS, N.D.—If you build it, they will come. The adage doesn't just apply to magic baseball diamonds in Kevin Costner movies. In...
February 18, 2018 - 6:02am
January 28, 2018
University endowments range in value, are alike in mission
GRAND FORKS — With higher education in flux across the country, steady sources of funding are hardly guaranteed. The drawdown of state...
January 28, 2018 - 7:52am
September 12, 2017
UND among top 25 'most innovative' in U.S. News ranking
GRAND FORKS — Area universities fared well in the latest edition of the annual U.S. News and World Report college rankings. The University...
September 12, 2017 - 11:27pm
September 8, 2017
ND colleges affordable, but strive for education that matches investment
GRAND FORKS — College freshmen are now a few weeks into their first year on campus at North Dakota colleges. On the other end of the spectrum,...
September 8, 2017 - 8:42pm
May 15, 2017
Higher ed board addresses mistakes on Mayville State dorm project, cybersecurity
GRAND FORKS—North Dakota's Board of Higher Education has approved allowing Mayville State University to renovate a residence hall to the...
May 15, 2017 - 7:16pm
February 2, 2017
Former Cavalier, Shanley football coach ready for another challenge
MAYVILLE, N.D.—Rod Oksendahl figured he was done with coaching when he resigned in November as head football coach at Fargo Shanley High...
February 2, 2017 - 5:35pm
June 29, 2016
Joann Ewen dies at 85
MAYVILLE, N.D.—Joann Ewen, known as a leader in the Mayville community and for her contributions to the Rainbow Garden, Mayville State University and the North Dakota Museum of Art, has died. Ewen, best known for her hand in the creation and regular maintenance of the Rainbow...
June 29, 2016 - 11:27pm
June 3, 2016
Free online textbook use grows at state universities
GRAND FORKS -- More than a year after the state Legislature put $110,000 into the North Dakota University System to fund a free textbook initiative, the first schools to see those funds are hoping to save students a lot of money. Based on calculations using the full cost of textbooks,...
June 3, 2016 - 5:30pm
September 26, 2014
Mayville State sets enrollment record
MAYVILLE — Mayville State University has once again seen record enrollment this semester. The number of students has steadily increased for the last three years and the school now has 1,081 students enrolled. “It feels pretty good and we’re pretty pleased with our enrollment,”...
September 26, 2014 - 11:34pm
Tuition hikes nearly always hit state’s caps: Higher ed board to set limits on increases
BISMARCK — The State Board of Higher Education meets today to set caps for tuition increases at the state’s 11 public colleges and universities for the next academic year. If the schools follow an emerging pattern, the four-year colleges will raise tuition as much as they possibly...
March 26, 2014 - 9:57pm