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Some decisions are easy to make. [Read More]
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Ed Schliep isn't against doctors. He also isn't against their being well-paid, making money or even becoming wealthy. [Read More]
Fifty years, as the anniversary experts say, is a golden occasion. [Read More]
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With a 3-1 vote, Wahpeton's Public Works and Safety Committee is recommending the Wahpeton City Council approve the sale of a nearly six-acre parcel of... [Read More]
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There's a new shopping experience in the Twin Towns Area. [Read More]
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In August 2017, North Dakota State College of Science is expected to complete a difficult 14 months. When the smoke clears, the college's 2018 and... [Read More]
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Patricia Hudson teaches art from anywhere between 50-60 students daily at Wahpeton High School. Once a month, with more meetings if they're working on a... [Read More]
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urrently under investigation by the Wahpeton Police Department. [Read More]
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North Dakota State College of Science concluded its season with a concert from the Wildcat Singers and Wildcat Jazz Band on Monday, April 24. Above,... [Read More]
Baylee Pauling and Bailey Gerbracht have fun and take a selfie while modeling spring prom dresses in bright colors and floral patterns from Blossoms and... [Read More]
In the spring of 2016, 18 students at Richland 44 High School participated in the school's clay target shooting league. Seven of those students came... [Read More]
On Thursday, March 30, the Richland-Wilkin Joint Powers Authority filed for a preliminary injunction against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Fargo-Moorhead Diversion... [Read More]
Years from now, when I bother to remember "Ghost in the Shell," I'll look back at it as a prolonged example of the "bait and... [Read More]
For generations, North Dakota State College of Science has helped dreams come true. That tradition continues Friday, April 7 with the 22nd Annual DREAMS Auction,... [Read More]
Shortly after midmorning Thursday, March 30, demolition began at Richland IFC's grain elevator in Dwight, North Dakota. [Read More]
Philanthropy comes in many shapes and sizes. Whether you're donating your time, money or services, giving to a worthy person or cause is an act... [Read More]
'They're just big kitties,' said Chahinkapa Zoo Curator Tom Schmaltz, getting close with Neena, above, and Hobbes, the zoo's Bengal tigers. Schmaltz led tours as... [Read More]
Is sanity a requirement to be in society? Do manners go hand in hand with morals? What on earth has Mrs. Savage done with her... [Read More]
Jared Wick knows the pressures of competing and setting the best example for his teammates. His playing field just happens to be the kitchen. [Read More]
Ben Gemar, of Lisbon, North Dakota, is 19 years old. Eighteen of those years have been as a cancer survivor. Ten of them have been... [Read More]
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