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A new appreciation for tea

November 25, 2014 Bottineau area residents had the opportunity to sample different types of tea during a tea appreciation course offered at Dakota College at Bottineau last month. more »»

‘A Sudden Light’ actually rather dim

November 25, 2014 Your great-grandpa must’ve been a very interesting man. more »»

A water wonder

November 18, 2014 BOTTINEAU — Angie Bartholomay, an assistant professor of physical sciences at Dakota College at Bottineau, is one of 25 teachers from around the world who have been chosen to participate in NASA’s... more »»

You’ll be sure to devour ‘American Plate’

November 18, 2014 Everything looks so delicious. It all smells great, too, and you can’t decide what you like best. The meat is done just right, potatoes are mashed to perfection, biscuits are to die for. more »»

‘A different experience’

November 11, 2014 Minot State University’s Campus Players will present the 24-Hour Play Festival in Aleshire Theater at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Doors will open at 7 p.m. General admission is $3 per person. more »»

Students excel at Tech Wars

November 11, 2014 Area students won awards at Dakota College at Bottineau’s Tech Wars competition on Oct. 22. more »»

Hoversons fare well at Bible Bee

November 11, 2014 Caleb Hoverson, Burlington, won fifth place in the senior division at the National Bible Bee in Orlando, Fla., last month. His brother John Hoverson also competed. more »»

Getting involved

November 4, 2014 Minot State University student association president Marley Kotylak said she hadn’t planned on getting involved in student government when she arrived at MSU, but the university had other plan. more »»

‘Unretirement’ is unmissable

November 4, 2014 For much of your employed life, you dreamed about not having to work. Retirement would be great. It would stretch out for years, a horizon with no alarm clock and no deadlines. more »»

Kaup checking out

October 28, 2014 Retiring Minot Public Library director Jerry Kaup said he’s proud of the growth the library has seen in the past 37 years. more »»

You’ll be glad if you stick with ‘Falling from Horses’

October 28, 2014 Be careful what you wish for. No doubt, you’ve been told that before. What you want and what you need are often two different things, and desires can be dangerous. more »»

New WSC scholarship available

October 28, 2014 WILLISTON — Graduates of area high schools are eligible for free tuition to WSC thanks to a partnership between the Alva J. Field Trust, WSC Foundation, and the ND Higher Education Challenge Fund. more »»

Best sellers

October 28, 2014 HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “Leaving Time” by Jodi Picoult (Ballantine) 2. “Burn” by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge (Little, Brown) 3. “Deadline” by John Sandford (Putnam) . more »»

Headed for the big parade

October 21, 2014 When you watch the Macy’s Day Parade this Thanksgiving, make sure to keep an eye out for a familiar face. more »»

Education briefs

October 21, 2014 Auto dealers to fund scholarship The Automobile Dealers Association of North Dakota and the North Dakota Implement Dealers Association have announced they will award $111,000 in scholarship funding... more »»

‘M is for Monster’ great for bigger kids, adults

October 21, 2014 The nights are getting longer. Dark falls much earlier these days; there are more shadows and more things hiding in corners, beneath and behind. More beasts to scare you. more »»

Sovak garners national honor

October 7, 2014 Every day is a geography day in Jeannie Sovak’s American history class at Jim Hill Middle Schoo. more »»

Høstfest for kids

September 30, 2014 Ten-year-old Jennifer Wood knew just what she needed to make her troll mask look different from all of the others. “Rainbow-colored hair, a pointy nose, a couple of warts on the side,” she said. more »»

It’s best to read ‘Best to Laugh’

September 30, 2014 You could just cry. Nothing’s going right. You’re frustrated, out of patience, options and energy. The camel’s back is broken. You’re about done. more »»

Education briefs

September 30, 2014 Former ADM executive to speak on ethics WILLISTON — Mark Whitacre will speak about the value of integrity in leadership and ethics in business at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the ARC in Williston. more »»



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