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Deputy Mayor and City Commissioner Dave Piepkorn had some choice words for the rest of the Fargo City Commission as they debated city election reforms suggested by a special task force Monday, Oct. 23. “We’ve got a lot of…

New uniformed division officers of the Secret Service can expect to make about $60,000 a year, but the road to get there is filled with blood, sweat and training. Lots and lots of training. Blaine Forschen, assistant special agent…

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Three legislative acts acted as catalysts in North Dakota State’s history. David Buchanan, associate dean for academic programs, presented the history and relevance of how the Morrill, Hatch and Smith-Lever Acts changed NDSU Thursday to students, faculty and staff….

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Doctors at Sanford Health recently put an implant into a patient to help her quality of life after she experienced side effects of fecal incontinence. “To get outside of the house was a challenge,” Barbra Johnson, the woman who…

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NBA Legend Visits the SHAC

Shaquille O’Neal inspired and awed as he gave advice about how to excel in business and in life and spoke about his involvement in the community Wednesday. He spoke in front of about 1,400 people at the Sanford Health…

The “Tailgate Master” ranked North Dakota State No. 4 in his list of 50 best collegiate tailgates in an article written for Insider Magazine. “This might be a small school, but the strength of the bison is the herd….

Propaganda posters for a white supremacist group were spotted on North Dakota State’s campus a mere week after celebrating Welcoming Week, a nationwide movement encouraging communities to bring together immigrants, refugees and native-born residents to raise awareness of the…

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Homecoming Medallion Hunt

The hunt for the mysterious and oh so illusive medallion is on again at North Dakota State, and here is what we know so far: Students get to channel their inner Sherlock Holmes and Bruce Wayne by becoming amateur…

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Roughly 29 million Americans have diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and North Dakota State associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences Yagna Jarajapu and his research team are doing their best to help. The National Institutes…