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Funerals No Place for Exotic Dancers

It’s a sad day for exotic dancers in China. Strippers’ roles at rural funerals are decreasing, the Ministry of Culture said on Thursday. The performances are described as illegal and corrupting “social morals.” The dancers come to funerals to…

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North Dakota Senate lawmakers voted 32-15 Thursday night in favor of lowering the oil extraction tax and removing price-based tax breaks. The bill heads back to the House where members approved the original measure Monday after it was introduced last…

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The North Dakota State Police and Safety Office is bringing a new smartphone program to students. The Pathlight app would help increase personal safety and give security service for downloading users. The app enables NDSU dispatchers to remotely track a user…

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NDSU Finds Two Interims

North Dakota State has named two interim leadership positions to Paul Kelter and Emily Berg. Kelter, who is a professor and head of the Center for Science and Mathematics, will become the interim director of NDSU Distance and Continuing Education….

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While not divorce is not uncommon in American society today, it usually occurs before remarriage. Not for a New York City woman, who married 10 times but never filed for a divorce. Liana Barrientos was accused of getting married 10…

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Students beware: North Dakota law enforcement agencies are doubling down on drivers who are texting during the month of April. The 2014 transportation safety study showed since 2011, drivers who admitted to texting and driving has increased. “U Text, U Drive,…

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North Dakota State and North Dakota State College of Science announced a partnership on Tuesday that allows students to have an additional opportunity to use earned school credits to complete a degree. The two institutions entered a Reverse Transfer…

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Dr. Donald Warne Honored

The first Public Health Innovation Award will be awarded to Dr. Donald Warne of North Dakota State. Warne, the NDSU director of Master of Public Health program, said in a news release it’s an honor to receive the award….

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The youth are taking over the Fargo-Moorhead area. There was a 2 percent growth in population last year, bringing the total to 228,291 citizens according to the new Census Bureau. Four years ago, a demographic study showed the F-M area would…

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Scam Alert at NDSU

A telephone scam is floating around, targeting North Dakota State students. The caller is claiming to be from the “Federal Student Loan Relief” and is trying to obtain personal information from students. NDSU Student Financial Services sent out an…