The popular Pride of Dakota showcase returns to Grand Forks this weekend. More than 115 companies will fill the Alerus center over the weekend with products made in North Dakota.
North Dakota is expected to receive more than $222,000 in federal home heating assistance funding. This is in addition to the $16 million the state already receives.
The University of North Dakota's lunar study is complete. After 10 days, the three student-astronauts have exited the habitat. The crew left the habitat Wednesday afternoon and went straight into a news conference to talk about their experience living in isolation.
Famous arctic explorer Will Steger and the Canadian Consulate General celebrated the 100 year anniversary of the 1913 Canadian Arctic expedition Tuesday at the University of North Dakota.
Famous arctic explorer Will Steger and the Canadian Consulate General celebrated the 100 year anniversary of the 1913 Canadian Arctic expedition Tuesday at the University of North Dakota. The expedition was led by UND's own Vailhjalmur Stefansson -- and his work influenced Steger's career.
Only one day remains for the three University of North Dakota students simulating life in space inside a lunar habitat.
For some, hauntings can be easy to believe in. But hard to prove. Grand Fork's own Night Light Paranormal Investigation team does just that -- sets the truth straight on hauntings. This group has conducted more than 100 investigations -- the latest one at The Empire Arts Center.
A group of University of North Dakota students has spent 4 days living inside a lunar habitat, simulating life in space. UND students have their own mission control -- a group of more than 5 students who have volunteered their time to make sure the 10 day study runs smoothly.
For some, the beet harvest is over. For others, it's nearing completion. One beet farmer described the harvest in one word -- grueling. This harvest has been plagued with many obstacles that range from a month-late planting season to the consistent rain.
It's day three of a 10 day lunar habitat study, the University of North Dakota is conducting for NASA. Three students began living in the habitat early Sunday morning, and once the habitat doors close - they don't open.
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