THE NEW FORTY Violence in schools cannot be tolerated.
Last night a Natalie Smith Carlson went to the Moorhead School Board with her daughter and shared a story of violence and re-victimization. Smith Carlson's 15 year old daughter was assaulted November ... Posted on 11/26/13 at 10:10 PM
RENEW ND Watch how in Fargo - Gardens are growing community
Thanks to all the wonderful people that presented and attended Monday's program about community gardens in Fargo. We learned about a grass roots group led by Jack Wood, Nola Storm and more recently Ja... Posted on 10/17/13 at 1:44 PM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Lawmakers question disaster bill
By Don Davis
Minnesota lawmakers appear ready to spend money to help local governments affected by June storms, but during a Wednesday night meeting many questioned using a Sept. 9 special legislative... Posted on 8/28/13 at 9:31 PM
FARGO SCHOOL TALK City PTA honors three for their service
The City PTA has honored three educators for their service to the Fargo Public Schools.
Washington Elementary Principal Dana Carlson was named Outstanding Administrator of the Year. He was cited as a... Posted on 5/30/13 at 7:50 AM
GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) — The president of the North Dakota Board of Higher Education and the state House majority leader are squabbling over the impending retirement of the University of North Dakota nickname.
But won’t block Sioux legislation
House Majority Leader Al Carlson said he won’t be the one to make the first move to reverse a state law mandating the University of North Dakota keep its Fighting Sioux nickname.
The incoming President of the State Board of Higher Education says the board is trying to set up a meeting between all parties involved with the Fighting Sioux nickname issue. A date just needs to be settled upon.
I-29 in South Dakota is open again tonight, after 150-vehicles got stranded overnight in a ground blizzard. Nearly 12 hours after getting off the snowy interstate, a tired Phil Carlson is happy to be home. The Frazee father spent half the day trapped in his van.
(WDAY Sports) - Day two at the NCAA Track Championships saw the grueling heptathlon come to a conclusion. NDSU's Whitney Carlson and Heather Zander are both hoping for a strong performance in the final 3 events.
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