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Drekker Brews Up New Location

The local brewing company is restoring a historical building just west of downtown Fargo. The new location will triple the space of Drekker Brewing Company and is fully equipped with a large patio, taproom with open views of the…

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Dicamba Delivers Distress

Dicamba, a common herbicide meant to kill weeds, is proving to also negatively affect soybeans that aren’t yet adapted to the chemical. The soybeans experience leaf cupping — an inhibition of sunlight intake that affects the photosynthesis process — and…

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Median household income levels increased for the second year in a row in 2016, according to a new census report released on Tuesday. The report also shows a decrease in the official poverty rate. “Median household income in the…

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Death on Campus

Sunday afternoon a report of the death of a 17-year-old male at North Dakota State’s Sevrinson Hall was sent by Mike Borr, director of University Police at NDSU. Authorities were notified of an unresponsive person shortly after noon on…

Construction for Catherine Cater Hall will soon begin after the groundbreaking ceremony Sept. 12, 2017. Ryan Nostrum, director of Residence Life, was the host for the event and highlighted some characteristics about the new residence hall. The space is…

“The World in Fargo-Moorhead” went on display Monday at the Fargo Public Library. The exhibit celebrates and raises awareness about diversity in the community by pairing portraits of immigrants living in the F-M area with the unique story each…

Sugar Beet Power

Beets might be the next thing you put in your car’s gas tank. The EPA just finished a study on the effectiveness and environmental impact of using beets as a biofuel. This means that beets are past the first…

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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, a health focused philanthropy, published the 14th annual State of Obesity report on Thursday, Aug. 31. The study finds rates of adult obesity stabilizing but the rates remain high overall. Overall, rates of obesity in…