The North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival occurs Nov. 13 through Nov. 18 with the film portion at the Fargo Theatre and the art opening at the Spirit Room downtown. The purpose of the event is to…

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Teaching Mindfully

Mindful teacher courses will soon be offered in Fargo to assist teachers in reducing stress. According to North Dakota United, “More than half of the educators in a survey of nearly 5,000 respondents say that their mental health is…

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St. Paul, Minnesota has elected its first African-American mayor, Melvin Carter. “I’m thrilled. I’m elated. I’m humbled,” Carter said, as he was greeted by about 200 jubilant supporters at his post-election party at the Union Depot in St. Paul’s…

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The Fargo Public Library hosted the first Native American Festival and Education series with the partnership of the Native American Commission, Cultural Diversity Resources and the Plains Arts Museum along with many other volunteers and sponsors from Saturday, Nov….

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Studs to Rugs, Now a Dud

Studs to Rugs, a local contracting business, unexpectedly closed its doors Monday, Oct. 23, leaving consumers with empty pockets, unfinished projects and anxiety. One of these consumers was Kjersten Nelson, an associate professor at North Dakota State in the…

North Dakota State computer science students recently have been winning and taking home top awards from competitions and events. The five regional and national events include Mech Mania, Digi-Key, the International Collegiate Programming Contest, the International Aerial Robotics Competition…

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Lung cancer causes more deaths in men and women than any other cancer. In 2015 alone, 291 lives were taken in North Dakota due to lung cancer. November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, and the American Lung Association reports…