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No-smudging signs were posted at the University of Mary’s annual Mid-Winter Powwow, an event that took place Sunday, Jan. 15, in partnership with the United Tribes Technical College.
The Emmy award-winning documentary is ready for binge-watching
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In the new and perhaps final episode of Season 7 of the Dakota Spotlight investigative podcast, founder and host James Wolner looks into Schaffer, his long career at the Bismarck Police Department and how his paths crossed with Shelly Julson's before she disappeared in 1994.
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The police file in this case, recently obtained by Forum News Service, reveals an initial investigation that failed to obtain information that could have shed light on Sandra Jacobson's relationship -- and life in general -- in the days and weeks before she vanished from Bismarck, North Dakota, in 1996.

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A Forum News Service exclusive, from the full police case file: A re-investigation by the Bismarck Police Department into the disappearance of a mother and son explored the possibility of foul play, tracked phone and insurance records, and led to increasingly pointed questions for a family member.
More than 5,000 students qualified for the 2022 presidential scholar awards as a result of their SAT or ACT scores, or through nominations.
"Faith Conversations" writer Roxane B. Salonen previews the Dec. 5 showing of "A Heart Like Water" at the Fargo Theatre.
Officers spoke to someone who was using a fake phone number and fake Internet Protocol address.
Following the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves at residential schools in Canada earlier this summer, activists and tribal governments in North Dakota are hoping to build on the newfound national attention on American boarding schools to investigate and memorialize their legacy.
The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education could issue a mask requirement for North Dakota’s 11 public colleges and universities, however the board left decisions on masks last year to officials at each institution, and a localized approach is the most likely outcome this time around, university system spokeswoman Billie Jo Lorius said.

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In what was likely the largest wet-plate photographic collaboration in history, Bismarck photographer Shane Balkowitsch created "No Vaccine for Death", a modern, COVID-19-influenced take on "Triumph of Death" by Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
Democratic California Attorney General Rob Bonta said a bill passed in North Dakota allows for discrimination against LGBT college students, but supporters of the legislation say it aims to expand free speech on campus and clearly doesn't target students of any particular viewpoint or orientation.
If you haven’t followed every turn in the Dakota Access Pipeline's federal court hearings, here's an up-to-date primer on the years-long pipeline saga.

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