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Supreme Court Ruling Could Have Big Implications for School Choice Policy in North Dakota
For years now proponents of school choice here in North Dakota have proposed policies which would direct, through one mechanism or another, public dollars to private schools. Essentially different ite...
6/27/17 at 9:12 AM The Head of the North Dakota College Democrats Needs Some Remedial Work on Vocabulary 6/27/17 at 8:42 AM
What if Raising the Minimum Wage Is Bad for People Who Make the Minimum Wage? 6/26/17 at 9:51 AM
Agweek Readers: Recognize This Plant?
CHASE LAKE, N.D. -- One of the many enjoyable aspects of working at Agweek, and covering agriculture, is the opportunity to learn or see new things nearly every day. Yet another example came on a r...
6/27/17 at 7:26 AM This Phrase Reveals Whether You’re an Old or Young Aggie 6/20/17 at 6:36 AM
The Joy of Timely Rain 6/15/17 at 9:33 AM
A Day in NDSU Recruiting History
Monday, June 26th, 2017. A day that will be remembered in NDSU football recruiting history. Six verbal commitments in one day, a landmark the program has not seen since moving up to the Division One l...
6/26/17 at 11:42 PM Top 5 Newcomers to Watch in 2017 – Cordell Volson 6/26/17 at 10:00 AM
Top 5 Breakthrough Players – Nate Jenson 6/21/17 at 10:00 AM
Chatter: Does New Mexico Ruling Give Hint to Minnesota Legislative Lawsuit?
Minnesota courts only need to look at New Mexico if judges want to avoid taking sides in a legislative lawsuit against the governor. In the southwestern state, the high court's five justices said tha...
6/26/17 at 9:34 AM Minnesotans in Cuba: Obstacles Hinder Trade 6/23/17 at 9:06 AM
Dayton Signs Budget, but No Legislature Money 5/31/17 at 9:23 AM
Mismash Goes to Nashville
UND incoming freshman forward Grant Mismash went in the second round of the NHL Draft to the Nashville Predators on Saturday afternoon. Here's my story on that. But I know what's catching everyone e...
6/25/17 at 11:22 AM Which Teams Draft the Most UND Players? 6/21/17 at 3:53 PM
Morning Brief: CC Goes Senior-Less 6/19/17 at 10:11 AM
North Dakota’s Record Walleye Is Iffy, to Say the Least
NOTE: This column originally ran in 2003. I'm re-running it because I was reminded of it by a column by outdoors writer Dennis Anderson in the Minneapolis Star Tribune today about Minnesota's state ...
6/21/17 at 4:50 PM Star Lake Casino Project Hits a Possible Snag — the Corps of Engineers 6/20/17 at 3:59 PM
You Have a Better Chance of Dying From Chronic Constipation Than Winning the Powerball 6/9/17 at 2:02 PM
The Path Forward
Sometimes the path forward isn't always clear. That's true in life and running. After running Grandma's Marathon on Saturday, that's certainly the case for me. There was good reason to feel confide...
6/20/17 at 10:34 AM Marathon Reprise 6/15/17 at 9:32 AM
Blow Out the Carbon 6/14/17 at 7:57 PM
Shocking My Good Neighbor, Bob Lind, With an Old Photo
Readers of The Forum know Bob Lind, like a good neighbor. The head honcho behind the popular "Neighbors" column has appeared in our publications for years. And Bob, who has worked in retirement longer...
6/8/17 at 10:35 AM Wentz gets drafted and this happens on Twitter 4/29/16 at 4:18 PM
Finally, the Vikings win the Super Bowl, he thinks 2/10/16 at 4:38 PM
Faces of the Boom: Workers Adjust to Meet Changing Demands in ND’s Oil Fields
WILLISTON, N.D. -- In Karolin Jappes first year as emergency manager in McKenzie County, she responded to five explosions at oil and gas facilities. Most concerning to Jappe was that four of the five...
5/27/17 at 8:00 AM UPDATED: ND Oil Production Held Steady in March at Over 1 Million Barrels Per Day 5/12/17 at 5:22 PM
UPDATED: Heitkamp Influenced by Tribe’s Position as Senate Fails to Repeal Federal Methane Rule 5/10/17 at 5:39 PM
Mark Knutson Visits Dizzo’s Den
It has been far too long since we've posted on this site, but we've got some exciting new ideas that hopefully we'll be sharing in the coming weeks for the Den. This past Sunday, Fargo Marathon Execu...
5/15/17 at 8:49 PM Graysen Myers Visits Dizzo’s Den 2/20/17 at 4:55 PM
Jake Paper Visits Dizzo’s Den 2/15/17 at 3:53 PM
This week, Ill say goodbye to Prairie Business. In the year and a half Ive been here, we have updated ourwebsite, launched an additional annual magazine, won third place for Best Magazine published by...
5/11/17 at 10:34 AM Taxes: Favorable Figures and a Smallish Pile of Paperwork 4/14/17 at 3:03 PM
Tomorrow, We Party 4/5/17 at 5:04 PM
Sophomore QB Meehl Has Impressed During Dragons Spring Football Camp
Minnesota State Moorhead sophomore quarterback Bryce Meehl has had a strong spring football camp for the Dragons, establishing himself at No. 2 on the depth chart behind senior starter Demetrius Carr....
4/15/17 at 6:45 PM Laqua Likes the Talent Dragons Football Has Amassed 3/24/17 at 10:59 AM
RedHawks Produce Powerful Memorial Video for Former Pitcher Jake Laber 8/16/16 at 11:38 AM
Spring Is (Not Quite) Here…
2/17/17 at 9:57 AM The Umpire Strikes Back… 7/21/16 at 11:02 AM
Long Live the King… 6/22/16 at 8:29 AM
Cold to Return
The break in the cold weather has been pleasant for fingers, toes, and other extremities. However, it is likely that Arctic air will return this winter. The upper-atmospheric circulation around the N...
1/20/17 at 9:13 PM Midwinter 50s Are Rare 1/20/17 at 9:05 PM
Joint Pain Might Not Be a Sign of Changing Weather 1/20/17 at 9:02 PM
Hall of Fame Voters Soften Steroid Stance, but Why?
In just three days, the longer-than-usual wait for 2017 Baseball Hall of Fame voting results will be over. Quite a bit can be gathered already about this year's vote, thanks tothe vote tracker run by...
1/15/17 at 6:07 PM The Bambino Hits Fargo 11/8/16 at 12:24 AM
Hafner Felt the Nerves Ahead of World Series Game 7 11/6/16 at 3:00 PM