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The New Face of NDWN

The North Dakota Women’s Network (NDWN) out of Bismarck, North Dakota announced Kristie Wolff as the new executive director. The NDWN is a non-partisan, membership-based nonprofit organization in North Dakota. The program is currently in the process of creating…

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The Heritage Center in Bismarck, North Dakota is paying homage to North Dakotans who served in World War I, commemorating the centennial of the United States joining the conflict in which they aided in bringing victory to the allied…

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No Place Like Home

Kayla Rust may have the smallest hometown of any North Dakota State student. Alkabo, N.D., population: 7. The junior in elementary education and human development and family science lived in Alkabo with her parents, siblings and grandparents, seven hours from Fargo….

Let me get this out of the way immediately: the University of North Dakota Fighting Hawk’s victory over Quinnipiac was an impressive display of athleticism. The men on the ice worked hard for this win and absolutely deserved it. My…

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Dear readers, I come to you today with quite the human-interest story. I recently met Billy, a freshman from Bowman, N.D., who experienced an important first this week. The young political science major encountered his first Catholic. “I really…

A film about a white supremacist’s attempt to take over a small North Dakota town showed in the state’s capitol city last weekend. Two New York filmmakers, Michael Nichols and Christopher Walker, made the documentary “Welcome to Leith,” which tracks…