College, often a time of excitement filled with the hopes and dreams of future possibilities. For two local college students, those ambitions and dreams are not focused on themselves but those around them.
A proposed change to the Environmental protection Agency's rules on Ethanol could hurt the industry, according to local lawmakers. Senator Heidi Heitkamp invited the EPA Administrator to visit North Dakota to show her how important renewable resources are to the state of North Dakota.
A cash crop kept underground by the Drug Enforcement Administration may soon be raking in millions for the North Dakota economy. The state could be seeing fields of hemp in the near future thanks to the new farm bill.
Many small town saloons and bars serve as a place for the entire community to gather. But in one Minto bar, people come together every year to eat something you don't usually find on the menu, baloney.
A 10-year-old girl is missing in Missouri. On Monday, a 7-year-old Grand Forks boy went missing, but was found within an hour of his disappearance. Both incidents serve as a reminder how quickly children can vanish.
Spring is inching closer, and with that, farmers are ready to get back into the fields. For now, the Alerus Center is hosting its 13th annual crop expo to help growers get the latest information before planting begins.
Winning the gold medal. Often the pinnacle moment in the career and life of an athlete. But for Tommy Mikkelson, a gold medal winner at the 2013 special olympics world games, winning gold is just one of many accomplishments he's achieved.
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