(Fargo, N.D. – In-Forum) Summertime is fun time in the northland, but planners at the Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau want to convince residents and non-residents that the region's ice and snow mean good times, too. St.
Fargo, ND -- Fargo earned North Dakota’s top ranking in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index, scoring a 41 out of 100 points for laws, policies, benefits and services that make the city more inclusive for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Grand Forks earned a 30 in the index, Minot 17 and Bismarck 14. The average ranking for North Dakota’s cities at 26 is well behind the national average of 59 for the 353 cities and locales that were rated in the recently released 2014 index. Minnesota’s top four cities also easily surpassed Fargo’s ranki
Bismarck, ND - State and local educational leaders oppose some changes in state funding proposed by a consulting firm, saying they could dismantle the broad-based middle- and high-school education model in North Dakota and force school districts to shell out tens of millions of dollars to build more elementary schools. The North Dakota Council of Educational Leaders say recommendations in a report by Picus Odden and Associates would force big cuts in the number of teachers for elective classes in favor of hiring teachers and aides for core subjects, such as reading, math, langu
FARGO – The Bison Dance Team will be back on the sidelines at North Dakota State University home football games this fall. The dance team and NDSU’s athletic department signed a performance agreement this spring that spells out each side’s rights and responsibilities, said Justin Swanson, Bison athletic director of marketing.