FAMILY & LIVING A Week in Bedlam
A Week in Bedlam
Like any good parent who has a big toddler trying to climb out of the crib, I tried to prolong my sons crib days as long as possible! After all, hey, I like sleep. Still, with a new ... Posted on 2/14/11 at 5:35 PM
FAITH FORUM Pastors complete TiM program at Trinity LC
Three pastors are leaving Trinity Lutheran Church in Moorhead after completing the church’s Transition into Ministry (TiM) program for first-call pastors.
The Rev. Marsha Anderson has served Tri... Posted on 7/13/10 at 3:11 PM
Since August, students at the North Dakota School for the Deaf have been attending Devils Lake High School.
Officials with both schools say although there are many challenges, it's been a positive experience.
Duke without the Blue Devil? Notre Dame without the Fighting Irish? Most students and alumni at those proud universities wouldn't dream of dropping those enduring symbols of school pride. But that's exactly what's happening at the University of North Dakota.
One of the leaders of a panel guiding the University of North Dakota in its retirement of the "Fighting Sioux" nickname said the first job is cataloging all the ways the name and Indian head logo are used.
UND President Robert Kelley intends to start the retirement of the Fighting Sioux nickname right away, but says the process will be a slow one. He is asking the State Board of Higher Education to extend the deadline for the complete transition to August 15, 2011.
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