Tonight the Crookston School board sold land around the old Lincoln School to the Northwest Minnesota Housing Cooperative.
They already have plans in the works that could put up to 25 new homes on that now empty land.
Another Minnesota school is being forced to close. But this time its not a public school and it has nothing to do with the state cutbacks. St. Joseph's elementary school in Red Lake Falls is facing its own issues that will close its doors at the end of this school year.
Last weeks decision to retire the Fighting SIoux nickname and logo sent shock waves across the UND community. Alumni are no exception. UND relies heavily on their donations but the retirement affect donations.
With an 8-6 vote the Standing Rock Tribal Council has decided not to allow a reservation wide vote to gauge tribal approval on the use of the Fighting Sioux Nickname and logo, despite a petition from some tribal members asking for one.
26 dogs at the Grand Forks Circle of Friends Humane Society are scheduled to be put down.
The dogs were at the shelter during a 10 day period with a dog that was infected with rabies.
Officials there say they did not have any physical contact with the dogs, what then is the logic behind the state's recommendation for the euthanizations.
As students in Crookston head to class, the district's superintendent has more than books on his mind. He's facing the task of making up for 1.5 million dollars in budget cuts from the state while keeping education paramount.
It's a first for the country as UND and the FAA team up to do research on a flooding river basin.
The FAA has given UND a certificate of authorization to fly its scan eagle remote operated plane over Oslo's flood zone to take pictures of flooding.
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