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FARGO — Carson Wentz, becoming one of the most celebrated athletes in North Dakota history, is moving to the City of Brotherly Love. Wentz, the quarterback from Bismarck who guided North Dakota State’s football team to two national championships, became the first North Dakotan to be picked in the first round of the NFL Draft as the Philadelphia Eagles used their No. 2 pick overall to select him Thursday night in Chicago.
MOORHEAD — The idea of retirement has not crossed the mind of former Moorhead hockey standout and current NHL center Matt Cullen. The 39-year-old, who lives with his family in West Fargo, N.D., in the offseason, will be a free agent after this season, but his season is not over.
ST. PAUL — Changes in Minnesota's year-old law requiring vegetative buffers received approval of a Senate committee Wednesday. Over objections of environmental groups, a Senate agriculture committee on a split voice vote moved Sen. Rod Skoe's bill to extend until 2025 the time when all buffers must be in place. Current law sets that limit at 2018. "What we do not want to do is to backslide and potentially reduce the water quality benefits," Scott Strand of the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy told the committee.
GRANITE FALLS, Minn. - A new headquarters and studio are being donated and the Pioneer Public Television will be moving from Appleton to Granite Falls, the station’s board of directors...
ALEXANDRIA - The death of a Starbuck woman who was found in a Douglas County field last month was from "undetermined causes," the Midwest Medical Examiner's Office said today. Laura...
ST. PAUL – Minnesota poultry farmers may again show their birds. The Minnesota Board of Animal Health announced Monday that it is lifting its ban on poultry exhibitions starting Tuesday...
Travelers will find welcome relief at the gas pumps as prices have been dropping over the past week just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday season. It's a drop of 70 cents or even more in some places compared to last year at this time. "Most U.S.
At a press conference Wednesday, university officials announced the results of a five-day vote showing Fighting Hawks beat Roughriders. The winning name is the result of more than a year...
CHICAGO - Minneapolis and U.S. Bank Stadium will have to settle for the Super Bowl and Final Four - for now. The Twin Cities lost its bid to host the...
ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is providing a timeline for its production of maps for the state's new law requiring vegetative buffers around bodies of water. "We understand people have questions about the buffer initiative," Dave Leuthe, DNR project manager, said in a release. "This information explains the process the DNR will use for the mapping project, the timeline in which maps will be developed, and opportunities for local governments and the public to engage in the process." Gov. Mark Dayton's buffer initiative was signed into law earlier this year.