FARGO – North Dakota ranks among the bottom three states in Medicare hospital billings, according to data made public Wednesday in an effort to invite cost comparisons.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – At a time when many states are pinching pennies to balance their government budgets, North Dakota just increased education funding, allocated billions to infrastructure improvements and provided $1.1 billion in tax relief.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Mike Flaten oversees a fleet of sprayers that have taken to area fields to apply fertilizer in preparation for a delayed spring planting that has kept farmers waiting.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The Red River is rising, clay levees are being laid down, and sandbags are ready to be flung into place as preparations for a major flood accelerated Monday.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – North Dakota’s health insurance market, long regarded as lacking stiff competition, will enter a new era when health reforms introduce a new marketplace next year.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – More than 69,000 North Dakotans and 459,000 Minnesotans will be eligible for premium tax credit subsidies to make health insurance more affordable next year under the Affordable Care Act.RELATED CONTENT
‘No more waiting’ as crest forecast to near 2009’s record
FARGO – Forecasters on Wednesday advised flood fighters to prepare for a new record crest on the Red River here, with a predicted range of 39 to 41 feet.
Weather service predicts Red River in Fargo to crest at 39 to 41 feet; 40 percent chance of setting record
FARGO – Forecasters are advising flood fighters to prepare for a Red River crest here between 39 and 41 feet, with a predicted midrange crest of 40.3 feet.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Forecasters will issue a new flood prediction today to give flood fighters guidance about the expected magnitude and timing of the impending Red River flood. The new outlook, the first new crest predictions in nearly four weeks, will be based on possible weather scenarios over the next two weeks, given expected temperature and precipitation ranges.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Sandbag Central will return to action as the city gears up for a flood fight that took on a new urgency after heavy wet snow blanketed the Red River Valley.RELATED CONTENT
The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference is quickly becoming Big Man Central.
Fanatical Concordia golfer eyes nationals
Drew Dvorak had his mind made up to attend Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference golf power St. John’s.
Dean Berry had his career all mapped out. The Mayville State graduate and former Comets baseball player and assistant was prepared to stick around Mayville, N.D., for good.
Jamestown wrestling coach Cisco Cole at one point didn’t support the idea of women competing in his sport.
Concordia earned a significant victory last week. The decision was made to end discussion of creating a new division or subdivision to deal with the steady growth of NCAA Division III.
Duane Siverson couldn’t contain his emotions Tuesday as he walked to the bench after his Concordia men’s basketball team’s Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference first-round playoff loss at Memorial Auditorium. Siverson had been preparing for this moment since he announced in January that he would retire at the end of the season, but the finality of the situation was overwhelming.
When athletic director Al Bortke arrived at the University of Mary in Bismarck in 1973, the Marauders offered just one sport (men’s basketball) and had no major national affiliation with the NAIA or NCAA.
Jeff Trumbauer’s first season as head coach of the Jamestown College men’s basketball team could have been considered a disappointment.
Minnesota State University Moorhead football coach Damon Tomeo jokingly started a competition with his staff this season to see who could log the most miles while recruiting.
The Minnesota State University Moorhead women’s swimming and diving team has made another leap in its effort to become one of the elite NCAA Division II programs in the country.