The coach of the Old Rochester High School Bulldogs, in Mattapoisett, Mass., appears to have done everything right once he realized the mismatch his team had on its hands the other day in high school baseball. Read more →
Mark Kennedy was only 20 months into the job when he applied for an opening for president at the University of Central Florida, a job that paid more and wasn’t located in Grand Forks. If you’re going to apply for a job 20 months after getting one in North Dakota, you better get it. Read more →
It’s a shame, of course, that the Forest Lake prom on Saturday fell victim to the blizzard, first at Landmark Center and then at the school. It happens and, for the most part, the kids seemed to roll with the weather punches. Read more →
The Minnesota Daily, operated by journalism students at the University of Minnesota, told a story that needed be told — excessive drinking at parties run by fraternities and sororities, specifically the February death of Mitchell Hoenig. Read more →
Fargo Oak Grove junior guard Tommy Conmy packed bottles of sparkling cider to celebrate after his team’s North Dakota Class B, Region 1 boys basketball title game. It was a good plan; the school has won six of the last nine championships.
His team lost; so he gave it to his rivals. Read more →
It’s a sure bet that everyone has an opinion on why students of color are more likely to be suspended from school than their white counterparts, and the loudest voices will likely carry the day when the federal government decides whether to roll back guidelines that sought to take race out of the reasons for the suspensions. Read more →