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UND alumnus Bill Harwood to give Department of History's 2014 Wilkins Lecture April 1
William Bill Harwood, a native of Grand Forks, will serve as this years Department of History Robert Wilkins Lecturer. He will present From a Writer's Perspective: My Life in the Foreign Service from ...
Tobacco Compliance Checks Results
On Thursday, December 27, the Cass County Sheriffs Department, with assistance from Fargo Cass Public Health, conducted tobacco compliance checks. In Cass County, 15 businesses were checked and four f...
12/28/12 at 3:20 PM LEND A HAND
Lend A Hand to Paulette Domier
Join together on Friday, August 10 at the Harwood Community Center from 5:00 pm to midnighttoenjoy a taco-in-a-bag dinner, silent auction, raffle and dance. All proceeds will help Paulette Domier pay ...
8/9/12 at 3:47 PM FATHER KNOWS LAST
81 on 81
Relay foot races have become very popular across America during the past decade, and we finally got one in North Dakota; the 81 on 81. Highway 81 runs side by side with Interstate 29 through eastern ...
Landowners concerned about receiving fair compensation in diversion project
HARWOOD, N.D. With a new path guiding the northern portion of the Red River diversion project, dozens of affected landowners heard some of the first talk Monday night of a process they continue to dr...
12/13/11 at 7:23 AM
Diversion officials to meet with north-side landowners on proposed alignment 12/1/11 at 4:21 PM SAMSON PHOTOGRAPHY
Todd Veen and his daughter, Tess, along with Tami Rudolph and Lori Moen, front, ferry to work and school across flooded Lake Shure in Harwood, N.D.  ...
3/23/10 at 11:24 AM
3/23/10 at 11:20 AM
3/23/10 at 11:17 AM WILDWINGS
The Sheyenne's turn
The Red River seems to be fairly contained after the diking efforts in Fargo. That's not to say the threat is over because it isn't. The water is still high and a freak rainstorm could still happen an...
4/13/09 at 10:34 AM