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Opening Up the Gates
NDSU may have record tuition numbers, but it is also changing the ways those students are retained.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Valley News Live
Official: Craig Bohl is New Head Coach at Wyoming
Bohl has been the coach at North Dakota State University for eleven season and has become the winningest coach in program history.
'This building is a sick building'
Something beneath the mat changed Marlys Bohn's life that day, something coming up between the tiles that irritated her nose and throat and settled deep inside her.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
In Pennsylvania, shale job numbers are hard to pin down
First, let's establish the facts. Since the oil and gas industry rushed into the state in 2007, there's been a 20 percent spike in overall employment.
KOTA-TV Rapid City
Officials say cold weather won't stop pine beetles
The bitter cold snap across South Dakota has cancelled events and increased calls for furnace repairs, but hopes that it might chase away the state's most unwelcome visitors are futile at best.
NDSU planning new $28 million education building
North Dakota State University officials have unveiled plans for a new $28 million education center that will focus on science, technology, engineering and math.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Steve Young blog: Taking on mold at SDSU
It's probably been three months or so since a colleague of mine here at the Argus Leader took a late-night phone call from a South Dakota State University staff member with a gripe.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Services for Gwenn Johnson, 79, will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at First Lutheran Church in Brookings, with burial in Old Woodlawn Cemetery at Pipestone.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Former University Student Accused of HIV Exposure
A former South Dakota State University student is accused of intentionally exposing two other students to the virus that causes AIDS.
Sanford, Beacom donate $5M to Dakota State University
Two prolific philanthropists, First Premier Bank founder T. Denny Sanford and the founder of the bank's credit card business, Miles Beacom, have given Dakota State University in Madison its largest donation to date.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Offra Gerstein, Relationship Matters: The magical bond within families
Having a good family, fine education, and close friends have been documented to contribute to one's healthy and happy maturation and future success.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
DSU receives $5 million from Sanford, Beacom for technology building
Dakota State University announced this week that T. Denny Sanford and Miles Beacom have pledged to donate $5 million to the University.
Mobridge Tribune Online
Riverfront development plans needs approval
Area residents will have their last chance to offer their input in the next two weeks on the proposed plans for development of the riverfront property south of Main Street.
Mobridge Tribune Online
Lawrence believes in homemade
Deftly doing counted cross stitch with the illumination of a high intensity lamp, Betty Lawrence is sitting in the same leather-seated Morris chair where her dad pulled on his big ol' work boots and prepared to check calves.
Minot Daily News
Victor D. Witteman, 81, Minot, formerly of Westhope, passed away Friday, Nov. 22, 2013, at ManorCare Health Services in Minot.
Movers & Shakers
Maxx Hickey has joined Swier Law Firm PLCC in the business and corporate practice group.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Five Awarded New Coatings Scholarship
Five students studying coatings and polymeric materials have been awarded scholarships as part of two new programs announced by North Dakota State University and the Valspar Corporation.
Death And Destruction Show Green Energy Isn't So Green
While hydraulic fracturing for natural gas is demonized, less efficient energy development cause animal death and destruction that largely goes unreported and unnoticed.
Valley News Live
Bison Wrestling Adds Third Nationally Ranked Signee in Voss
The North Dakota State wrestling program capped the early signing period by securing its third nationally ranked recruit, adding Mark Voss of St. Michael-Albertville High School.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Augustana College hosted the forum which dealt with the national debt and allowed students like Beth Schleusener to vent a little bit.