2 hrs ago
Maplewood's Jim Antonen leaving; Chuck Ahl made manager
Jim Antonen, newly-arrived to Maplewood in 2009, enjoys the fact he had already made the front page of the Review.
6 hrs ago
Small Town Papers
Small Town Papers
Beth Kleven retires at WWG
Beth Kleven is a multi talented person. Beside her teaching career, she also is a professional speaker, and was a long time actor in the Wilder Pageant.
Mon May 20, 2013
The Brainerd Daily Dispatch
Lakes area native thrives despite MS diagnosis
Palm, 22, just completed her third year at North Dakota State University while carrying a full load of classes as a dietician major with a minor in psychology.
Germ-fighting vaccine system makes great strides in delivery
A novel vaccine study from South Dakota State University will headline the groundbreaking research that will be unveiled at the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists' National Biotechnology Conference .
SDSU athletic training program joins regional exchange
BROOKINGS – South Dakota State University’s master’s-level athletic training program is joining a regional exchange.
Fri May 17, 2013
Assam children excel in global scientific project
Guwahati, May 16 : Three teams of school children from Assam, two from Nagaon and one from Tezpur in Sonitpur district, made an impressive presentation in a global teleconferencing coordinated by the civil engineering department of North Dakota State University of the USA on Wednesday based on the project of rediscovering water.
Thu May 16, 2013
Grand marshals chosen for this weekend's Trout Days
Both have been very active in volunteering and working in the Preston community.
KCCI-TV Des Moines
Iowan charged with grand theft in campus case
A suspect in break-ins on the Dakota State University campus in Madison has waived extradition from Minnesota and will be brought back to South Dakota to face burglary and grand theft charges.
SDSU adding American Indian studies major
PIERRE – The state Board of Regents says South Dakota State University will begin offering an undergraduate degree in American Indian studies starting this fall.
Beyond the Beyond
Arphid Watch: Laser Enabled Advanced Packaging
Research teams at North Dakota State University, Fargo, have developed a method to embed radio frequency identification tags in paper, which could help combat document counterfeiting, and have developed antennaless RFID tags for use on metal.
Tue May 14, 2013
Pohl-Grotzinger to wed June 15
Parents of the couple are Steve and Kathy Pohl of Brookings, S.D., and Mark and Patti Grotzinger of Fairmont.
Ndsu Researchers Receive NSF Career Awards
Two national awards received by North Dakota State University professors will bring a combined $1.6 million to biochemistry and to plant pathology research programs at NDSU, Fargo, and provide additional research opportunities for students.
Science, Industry and Business
Less O2 Triggers Grasshopper Molting, Farmers Could Benefit
Less oxygen = shorter time between molts = shorter life-span = fewer hungry grasshoppers.
Mon May 13, 2013
Ventura County Star
The Final Five: Choosing a Ventura College president
At Wayne County, Bulger oversees instruction for five campuses, with about 72,000 students and 700 faculty.
Less oxygen triggers grasshopper molting, farmers could benefit
And for farmers, that's very good news. A recent study conducted by Scott Kirkton, associate professor of biology at Union College, offers insight into the relationship between respiratory function and molting that could help farmers save more of their crops.
Sun May 12, 2013
KOTA-TV Rapid City
Grant to help SD math and science instruction
South Dakota public universities and some K-12 schools will use federal grants totaling nearly $300,000 for six projects aimed at improving math and science instruction in middle schools and high schools.
Sat May 11, 2013
Forums provide ideas for state livestock production
PIERRE – The state Agriculture Department says forums held around the state earlier this year have helped provide ideas for expanding livestock production in South Dakota.
Valley News Live
UND, NDSU hold spring commencement ceremonies
Both the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks and North Dakota State University in Fargo scheduled their spring commencement exercises on Saturday.
Fri May 10, 2013
Valley News Live
ND Higher Ed Board Sets Tuition Guidelines
The North Dakota Board of Higher Education has approved a plan that sets guidelines for tuition rates at the state's 11 colleges.
Thu May 09, 2013
Teachers retiring from district
By Jan Rahn Managing Editor After school lets out for the summer next week, there won't be any going back this fall for four longtime instructors in the Perkins County District.