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Education briefly

December 18, 2012 Chevy scholar program launch The West Dakota Chevy Dealers of western North Dakota have launched the third annual Chevy Scholar scholarship program for high school juniors and seniors. more »»

Projects highlight Research Day

December 11, 2012 Depression was a problem for a patient that Emmanuel Okorie was working with this semeste. more »»

Reading’s the thing

November 27, 2012 Getting kids to read at home with their parents has been a challenge since last year’s flood, said Jenn Arlien, principal at Roosevelt and McKinley elementaries. more »»

Good health afoot

November 13, 2012 Minot State University nursing student Valerie Legaspi carefully checked Henry Towers resident Nora Roen’s feet during the Adult Maintenance Health Clinic on Friday. more »»

Education briefly

November 13, 2012 Velva takes first at Region 8 Velva High School won first place in the Region 8 One-Act Play Contest held Nov. 8 at Minot State University with a performance of Sarah Ruhl’s “Eurydice. more »»

A birthday ballot

November 6, 2012 Today is Taryn Sather’s 18th birthday, and she plans to celebrate by casting her first vote for President of the United States before she heads off to class at Our Redeemer’s Christian School in... more »»

Area students make strong showing at math contest

November 6, 2012 Area students won awards at a math competition held Oct. 25 at Dakota College at Bottineau. more »»

Learning on the go

October 30, 2012 Students in the Minot High School-Magic City Campus DECA chapter are building partnerships with businesses and learning the ins and outs of marketing while organizing a benefit ru. more »»

MSU to host open house in Stanley

October 30, 2012 To meet the varied demands of area students, from high school students to working adults, Minot State University is hosting an open house Nov. 14 in the Stanley High School commons from 4 to 7 p.m. more »»

Restoring, preserving cemeteries

October 23, 2012 Five children, victims of a terrible tragedy 117 years ago, lie in a straight row in Minot’s First Lutheran Church Cemetery. more »»

MSU alum gives first-hand look at Levis

October 23, 2012 How many steps go into making that pair of Levi jeans you might be wearing just now? About 65, said Amy Leonard, senior vice president of product development and sourcing at Levi Strauss & Company i... more »»

A helping hand

October 16, 2012 Students at Minot High School-Magic City Campus can get help from their peers as well as from their teachers this year thanks to a peer tutoring program started by senior Peter Wilson. more »»

Kids grow fresh fruits and veggies

October 2, 2012 Children at Anamoose-Drake Elementary are enjoying the fruits of their labors this fall. more »»

‘Liberate yourself’

September 25, 2012 Oscar Rios Pohirieth learned about the beauty of Andean instruments when he heard an exiled Chilean ensemble play on the radio when he was a little boy growing up in the 1970s in Veracruz, Mexico. more »»

MHS teacher nabs state award

September 25, 2012 Michelle Bliven, a math and physical education teacher at Minot High School-Souris River Camps, is the first teacher in the state to receive the NDALL Alternative Educator of the Year Awar. more »»

Hands-on banding

September 18, 2012 TGU-Granville students got some hands-on experience earlier this month when they helped band ducks at the J. Clark Salyer Refuge near Upham. more »»

The wheels on the bus go ‘round and ‘round…

September 18, 2012 School is back in session, busses are on the road and the wheels are going round and round. During the school year, most kids will have the opportunity to ride a bus. more »»



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