The dispute over use of the Fighting Sioux nickname goes back decades.
The Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department’s use of small unmanned aircraft is attracting journalists from around the world.
The 66th annual Governor’s Fishing Opener set for this weekend in Park Rapids may be one for the record books. Many lakes in the area still have lots of ice, enough so that even a couple of days of warm temperatures are unlikely to make it disappear in time for Saturday’s walleye opener.
The Northern Dental Access Center in Bemidji — which offers dental care to low income people — is expanding to offer other family health services.
A two inch rain on top of melting snow could quickly change the flood outlook.
More than one hundred tribal members gathered inside the Paul Bunyan Mall in Bemidji Wednesday to stage a “flash mob” drum and dance circle. The event was organized as a show of support for a Canadian tribal chief who is on a hunger strike in Ottawa, Ontario.
Several weeks in to the inaugural managed hunt seasons in Minnesota and Wisconsin, hunters have killed about 300 wolves; about 200 in Minnesota. But with a much smaller wolf population in Wisconsin, hunters there have killed a higher percentage of the state’s wolves.
American Crystal Sugar Company officials say this years crop is breaking records for sugar content.
A University of North Dakota committee plans to get ahead of federal regulators on the issues of privacy and other social concerns regarding the use of unmanned aircraft.
Building permit activity in the Fargo Moorhead area this year is the highest it’s been since 2007.