Minot Daily News
Artists celebrate colorful landscape
Artists Butch Thunderhawk and Michelle Lindblom will be featured at the First Presbyterian Fine Arts Festival next weekend, Sept. 20-21.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Minot Daily News
Heritage Center breaks ground
BELCOURT A project that has been nearly two years in the making took a big turn Friday when a ceremonial groundbreaking was held for a new Turtle Mountain Heritage Center. Gov. Jack Dalrymple, Turtle Mountain Tribal Chairman Richard McCloud and N.D. Indian Affairs Commissioner Scott Davis were among those participating in the groundbreaking.
CAT Altering Route to Serve UTTC
The B-2 will leave Kirkwood Mall on 3rd, going south, and turn west on Reno, before turning south on Washington. The route will then follow Burleigh east and eventually travel across University before making a loop through the UTTC campus, going north on The Capital Area Transit is altering one of its bus routes to begin serving United Tribes Technical College later this month.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
The Charlotte Observer
Ken Burns delves into a dynasty in 'Roosevelts'
LOS ANGELES Ken Burns is used to telling stories that have been told before. That comes with the territory when you work on documentaries covering momentous points in history, including the Civil War, World War II and the Prohibition era.
Outpatient Surgery Magazine
Patient Warming's Not-So-Obvious Benefits
Warming patients pre-operatively can be the emotional equivalent of tucking in a child at night. "It keeps patients warm, it lowers their anxiety level and it shows that we really care about them," says Mary Radke, BSN, RN, ASC manager of Dakota Surgery and Laser Center in Bismarck, N.D. Practitioners say it's a tonic that calms the nerves.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Norwalk Citizen News
Bighorn deaths reported in North Dakota badlands
This undated photo provided by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department shows bighorn sheep in North Dakota's western badlands. The state's Game and Fish Department says at least 20 bighorn sheep died from pneumonia in August 2014 in the badlands.
Tue Sep 09, 2014
Minot Daily News
North Dakotans divided on Measure 1
Grassroots coalitions have taken positions on both sides of a constitutional right-to life amendment that will be decided by voters Nov. 4. Opponents say the single-sentence Human Rights Amendment is too open to interpretation and could lead to more government intrusion into personal lives. Supporters say the measure is needed to safeguard existing laws.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
The Badger Herald Online
Two grizzly cubs coming to Vilas Zoo for Arctic Passage
The sister cubs will come from a zoo in Bismarck, North Dakota, where the mother was euthanized after she was found disrupting local communities. The bears are expected to arrive next summer with the completion of the zoo's Arctic Passage.
Sun Sep 07, 2014
National Review Online
Kathryn Jean Lopez: Faith under Fire
It is said that he would also covertly pray facing Jerusalem. As with James Foley, another American journalist beheaded by members of the Islamic State, Sotloff's religious faith was reportedly important to him.
Sat Sep 06, 2014
Customer Interaction Solutions
Dalrymple Congratulates CHS Inc. for Moving Forward on Major Fertilizer Plant
BISMARCK, N.D., Sept. 5 -- Gov. Jack Dalrymple, R-N.D., issued the following news release: Gov. Jack Dalrymple today said he is pleased that the CHS Board of Directors has approved final plans to build a nitrogen fertilizer plant near Jamestown, N.D. CHS Inc. expects to invest about $3 billion to build a plant that will convert natural gas into fertilizers, providing the region's farmers with greater supplies of nutrients essential for crop production.
Fri Sep 05, 2014
Beacons in the Dark
While a prisoner of Islamic terrorists, Steven Sotloff faked illness so that he could observe Yom Kippur. It is said that he would also covertly pray facing Jerusalem.
Dan's Garden: Trees
When it comes to your yard, having a couple of trees makes can make all the difference. In this weeks Dan's Garden, Dan Cashman shows off one Bismarck yard with some unique foliage.
Minot Daily News
Magi bounce back
As a light drizzle turned into full-on rain Thursday afternoon at Hammond Park, Minot High's No. 3 doubles tandem of Josh Thompson and Conor Taney wrapped up a straight-sets victory to secure a 9-0 victory over Bismarck.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
ND tax commissioner seeking alcohol treatment
North Dakota Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger announced Thursday that he will take time off to seek treatment for alcohol addiction. "After conferring with friends and family, I have decided to take a temporary unpaid leave of absence effective today to seek additional professional help," the Republican said in a statement.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
ND food pantry struggling with low inventory
Officials at a Bismarck food pantry say the facility for the needy has its lowest grocery inventory in nearly 40 years.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
Andrist one of three newspaper pioneers chosen for oral history
Journal Publisher Emeritus John Andrist of Crosby is among a group of newspaper pioneers whose recollections are being preserved by the North Dakota Newspaper Association , in conjunction with the State Historical Society.
ND Patrol identifies man who died in ATV crash, Fa...
The North Dakota Highway Patrol has identified the man who died near Mercer when an all-terrain vehicle flipped over in a roadside ditch.
Tribal leaders in Dakotas gathering for summit
Tribal leaders in the Dakotas will discuss topics including health care and economic development during an annual gathering in Bismarck this week.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Patrick Sund and Jonnie West named associate general managers of Santa Cruz Warriors
The Golden State Warriors have named Patrick Sund and Jonnie West as associate general managers for the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League, the team announced today.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Dan's Garden: Picking Fruit
Fall is in the air, and that means it's time to start picking those fruit trees.