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WSC adding oil program

July 16, 2013 Williston State College is responding to the industry needs of Western North Dakota by developing an Automation and Control option to be added to the Petroleum Production Technology program. more »»

Subs to get more pay

July 12, 2013 Substitute teachers in the Minot Public School District will earn more money this year. School board members approved a pay increase for subs from $110 per day to $140 per day, beginning in August. more »»

Omicron Tau chapter of society inducts 11 new members

July 9, 2013 Omicron Tau Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society recently held its annual induction of new members at Minot State University. more »»

New officers also elected at awards ceremony

July 9, 2013 The Omicron Tau Chapter of International Nursing Honor Society, Sigma Theta Tau, at Minot State University recently held its annual awards ceremony and installation of new leaders. more »»

School construction on track

June 30, 2013 After more than two years in a temporary building, students at Erik Ramstad Middle School will be able to enjoy a state-of-the-art school come Novembe. more »»

Learning behind the scenes

June 25, 2013 Four Minot High School students are learning the ropes backstage at the Minot State University Summer Theatre program this summer, and three of them are earning high school credit. more »»

‘Paying it forward’ through trees

June 18, 2013 Fifth- through eighth-graders in a Community Leadership Camp are learning how to “pay it forward” this summer by planting trees in city parks. more »»

Crosby student elected Girls State governor

June 18, 2013 Hayley Lund, Crosby, was elected governor at North Dakota Girls State last week. Girls State, sponsored by the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary, is attended by high school juniors. more »»

Creepy, crawly — and cool

June 11, 2013 Youngsters waded into the waist-deep water of a slough southeast of Minot last week in search of bloodworms, leeches and other creepy crawlies. more »»

Minot dancer Bolshoi bound

June 4, 2013 Sixteen-year-old Chloe Ondracek is about to embark on a Russian adventure. more »»

Photos in the spotlight

June 4, 2013 Dakota College at Bottineau will be launching a one-of-a-kind photography program this fall. more »»

Education briefly

June 4, 2013 Halvorson rises to vice president Lloyd Halvorson has been named vice president of academic affairs at Lake Region State College in Devils Lake. more »»

MSU prof’s book builds brains

May 28, 2013 There are ways to exercise your brain as well as your body as you age, said Terry Eckmann, who has written her first book, “101 Brain Busters. more »»

It’s summertime: How healthy is your home’s food selection?

May 28, 2013 Summer is finally here. School is out and it is time to play! I remember this time of my life — looking forward to sleeping in a little and having more free time to do as I pleased. more »»

Center of history

May 21, 2013 RUGBY — Sixth-graders from Ely Elementary in Rugby were on a scavenger hunt last week at the Prairie Village Museum. more »»

Average Yearly Progress report

May 21, 2013 The North Dakota Department of Public Instruction released 2012-13 statewide adequate yearly progress results last week for all public schools and public school districts in North Dakota. more »»

Education briefs

May 14, 2013 Outstanding music performers announced Outstanding performers from the area at the state Class A music festival held April 30 in Jamestown include a vocal duet from Minot High School performing “Sou... more »»

Learning with puppets

May 7, 2013 Third-grader Kinley Soine struggled to force a threaded needle through the layers of felt. “You have to put some muscle into it!” said her teacher, Robbijo Morgan. “Honey, I know you can do it. more »»



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