FARGO – Medical science has developed genetic tests for 2,000 diseases that are available for clinical use.
FARGO – Anne Roberts considers herself a breast cancer “previvor.” After learning that she inherited a gene that placed her at very high risk – and knowing her family history was riddled with cancer – she opted for preventive surgery, a double mastectomy.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Emergency responders, sometimes with snowplow escorts, were busy Sunday rescuing stranded highway motorists in the winter’s worst blizzard. Although highways including Interstates 29 and 94 were shut down over vast areas of North Dakota and Minnesota, many motorists failed to heed no-travel advisories and got stuck in drifts in windswept rural areas.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Xcel Energy expects the shortage of natural gas cause caused by a pipeline explosion to ease as early as Monday night. The picture should clarify by Monday afternoon, but as of Sunday night Xcel expected the shortage to ease by Monday night, when one of three affected pipelines is expected to return to service, said Mark Nisbet, Xcel’s principal North Dakota manager.
FARGO – Conservation advocates gathered Saturday to explore strategies to engage sportsmen in a broad coalition to protect North Dakota’s hunting heritage in the face of rapid energy development and the loss of conservation lands.
FARGO – Climate change is the suspected culprit in the deaths of thousands of pelican chicks at their nesting grounds at the Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – North Dakota’s ability to attract people to the state continues as the main driver of its population gains.
FARGO - North Dakota has made impressive gains in climbing up the ladder of millionaires per capita.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Timothy P. Sayler will be the new chief operating officer at Essentia Health’s West Region, overseeing operations in North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota.
FARGO – Darold Larson, who entered the spotlight as a leading anti-abortion activist and one-time Senate candidate, is remembered by friends and family as a man who lived his deep convictions.
The Concordia men’s basketball team is making a serious push for the playoffs. Only a year removed from a 4-21 season, the Cobbers have clawed their way into the top tier of the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
After years of heated debate and legal wrangling, the University of North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux nickname issue finally received an expiration date in 2007.
In the 1960s, Moorhead State wrestling coach Bill Garland made his team king of the campus. Hundreds of fans packed into the fieldhouse to watch the NAIA Dragons take on the NCAA Division I elite.
The rumor floating around Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference schools is that new members Minnesota-Duluth, Minnesota State-Mankato, Augustana and St. Cloud State have already started lobbying for increased scholarship limits.
Concordia volleyball coach Tim Mosser expected to be ranked as low as fourth in the preseason Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference coaches poll this season.
Legendary Concordia coach Jim Christopherson became the first player or coach from Concordia to be elected into the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame earlier this month.
Buffalo High School boys basketball coach and former Concordia guard Nick Guida doesn’t meddle in his players’ collegiate courtship. But he’s not above making a suggestion.
Concordia senior Jordy Kamerling is proof that sports can be more than just recreation.
It might have been the worst day in Duane Siverson’s recreational life.
As expected, the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference voted to accept Augustana, St. Cloud State, Minnesota State Mankato and Minnesota-Duluth this week.