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FARGO - Emergency responders, sometimes with snowplow escorts, were busy Sunday rescuing stranded highway motorists in the winter’s worst blizzard. Although highways including Interstates 29 and 94 were shut down...
FARGO – A new snapshot of health insurance enrollment through the new online marketplace shows that 265 people so far have signed up for coverage in North Dakota. That’s the...
This is not the mother-daughter bonding experience that Peggy Ullrich and Becky Kaiser would have chosen. But this mother and daughter pair find themselves drawn together in a joint battle...
The White Earth Band of Ojibwe is hosting a welcome home gathering this weekend for tribal members who were adopted outside the reservation as children. Organizers of the event, to be held at the Shooting Star Casino in Mahnomen, say that during the 1950s and 1960s the reservation lost uncounted children in what advocates call a systematic removal. The gathering is believed to be the first sponsored by a tribe to welcome back adoptees, said organizer Sandra White Hawk of St.
People around Beach, N.D., are bracing for what could be the last picture show at the Bijou Theater, a fixture in the town of 1,000 near the Montana line. The Bijou's owner, Margaret Walz, plans to close the theater after showing the animated feature "Cars," a movie run that begins today and ends Sunday. The 74-year-old widow is ailing from arthritis and can no longer manage the theater, which has been in her family since the 1930s. She's been trying to sell the Bijou and adjoining office space, but hasn't found a buyer -- and so far there's no sign of a happy Hollywood ending. "I've t