WAHPETON, N.D. — The North Dakota State College of Science here has completed a $13.3 million infrastructure upgrade of its campus that includes new water and sewer lines, roads and walkways. The upgrade, completed after two years of construction, resulted in a campus beautification project that included planting 380 trees as well as reseeding and restoration of 17 acres that involved planting native grasses, shrubs and other plants.
FARGO — North Dakota State University is eliminating student affairs administrators and offering another round of retirement incentives to help cope with expected cuts in state funding, President Dean Bresciani said in an email to the campus Wednesday, Feb. 22.
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FARGO--Those who know Doug Burgum from his days at the helm of Great Plains Software know the story about the time he broke eggs on his head. This happened in the 1990s at one of Great Plains' annual stampedes, events that brought in the business software firm's far-flung partners to learn about the latest updates, a blend of information dissemination and pep rally.
FARGO--Wayne Stenehjem claimed in a debate that the "original, authentic Doug Burgum" would have acted as he did in trying to protect Medicaid expansion to maintain health coverage for poor North Dakotans.
WEST FARGO -- Karissa Driscoll at first credited her weight loss to a new diet. But it turned out to be the beginning of a rapid downward spiral. Not long after welcoming the loss of eight pounds -- which would help lighten her step on the volleyball court -- the 16-year-old became breathless merely walking up and down the stairs.
FARGO -- North Dakota's population should continue to grow steadily despite the oil slowdown and could flirt with the 1 million mark by 2040 under a range of new population projections. The North Dakota Census Office developed a series of population forecasts from 2020 to 2040, released Tuesday, that predict the state's population could range from a conservative estimate of 800,000 in 2020 to a high projection of 1,060,000 by 2040.
FARGO – Essentia Health has not yet joined the provider network for the health insurance plan that will cover an estimated 65,000 North Dakota public employees, retirees and their family members starting July 1.
FARGO — North Dakota is steadily becoming a more male state. Much of the gradual rise in the male population stems from a workforce that skews toward growth in occupations dominated by men, especially in the booming Oil Patch. North Dakota, one of only 10 states with more males than females, ranks third among those states, with males making up 50.8 percent of the population in 2012, census figures show. Females outnumbered males in North Dakota at the outset of the 2000s, but the demographic tables started tilting toward males beginning in 2003, according to the U.S.
FARGO — North Dakota passed a milestone recently by exceeding 10,000 births, a benchmark that last was reached almost 25 years ago. The moment happened in 2012, when 10,072 resident births were recorded. North Dakota last surpassed 10,000 births in 1988, when 10,111 babies were born. North Dakota again exceeded 10,000 births in 2013, although the official figure has yet to be compiled. “We’re going through a bit of a baby boom,” said Kevin Iverson, manager of the North Dakota Census Office.