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Baesler: Cabinet already valuable

June 2, 2015 North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler said members of her new Student Cabinet are already providing valuable opinions about how to improve the state’s schools. more »»

 
 
 
Military child education workshop scheduled

June 2, 2015 Parents, professionals and interested adults in Minot are invited to participate in a two-day interactive course through the Military Child Education Coalition. more »»

‘A twistedly-fun and very eye-opening book to have’

June 2, 2015 Borborygmus. That’s the technical term for what you’re experiencing now: great big rumbles from ‘neath your navel. Snarls from your stomach, a reminder that it’s snack time. more »»

Ballet students receive scholarships

May 26, 2015 Three dance students from the Rinat Mouzafarov Institute of Dance and Ballet Theatre have received full scholarships to attend summer intensives at the Ballet Magnificat in Jackson, Miss. more »»

Education briefs

May 26, 2015 Area students win awards Area students won awards in the High School Business Competition held at Dakota College at Bottineau on May 6. more »»

Special years

May 19, 2015 Our Redeemer’s Christian School seniors say their close-knit school family has made their school years special. more »»

Perry fans will eat ‘The Jesus Cow’ up

May 19, 2015 The town you grew up near hasn’t changed in umpteen years. Oh, sure, there are new roads and new houses dot the outskirts. The grocery store your mom preferred is now owned by someone else. more »»

Beaver Brew Cafe closes down

May 12, 2015 The Beaver Brew Cafe closed its doors last month after 3 1/2 years of providing Minot State University entrepreneurship club members with a hands-on learning experience. more »»

MSU to salute more service of more than 50 employees

May 12, 2015 Fifty-seven Minot State University employees will be saluted for service at the annual Employee Recognition and Retirement event on Thursday Employees to be recognized for five-year increments of... more »»

‘Lizzie’ a great book for kids who love to learn

May 12, 2015 Watching your favorite TV show. A mid-afternoon snack. Visiting with Grandpa. Taking a ride on your bike and playing with friends. Those are fun things to do and you really hate to quit doing them. more »»

Best sellers

May 12, 2015 HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “Gathering Prey” by John Sandford (G.P. Putnam’s Sons) 2. “Memory Man” by David Balducci (Grand Central Publishing) 3. “The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins (Riverhead) 4. more »»

‘Listen to Your Mother’ good advice, good gift too

May 5, 2015 Safe. That’s what you would’ve been, if you’d just paid attention to your mother. You wouldn’t have caught your death of cold or poked someone’s eye out. more »»

Can you say ‘PROM?’

April 28, 2015 Bishop Ryan Catholic School students turned into reporters earlier this year. more »»

‘Rain’ practically screams for weather fans to own it

April 28, 2015 The kids were unbelievably disappointed. There isn’t much you could do, though, when a long-anticipated event gets rained out. more »»

Digital storytelling

April 21, 2015 Children at Bel Air Elementary attended a story hour with a difference last week. more »»

‘Cuba Straits’ might only make the reader lost

April 21, 2015 It was not where you put it las. more »»

Little, but yet a leader

April 14, 2015 Bryer Samuelson, a fourth-grader at Sunnyside Elementary, is among 20 students from across the state who were chosen as the first members of a Student Cabinet that will offer Superintendent of Publi... more »»

‘Explore the Cosmos’ better suited for older readers

April 14, 2015 Nighttime is absolutely your favorite time. Some people choose to hang out with friends after dark. Some go to movies, listen to music, or just go to sleep. more »»

Dakota College to host Earth Day activities

April 7, 2015 Dakota College at Bottineau’s Earth Day observance will be held on April 19, 21 and 22. more »»

‘Endangered’ transports the reader back to the West

April 7, 2015 You have little to no control. Deny no more. You’ve finally come to accept it: The future really isn’t in your hands. You have no control over others, either, which is the hardest lesson to learn. more »»

 
 

 

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Here's why I refused to participate in the National Survey on Drug Use and Health

June 1, 2015 Yesterday I said "no" for the second time to a government representative who wanted to enter my home and question me for an hour about the most intimate details of my health, including my mental... more »

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