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Circle of Nations School, Wahpeton, celebrated the end of the school year with a pow wow that extended from the afternoon until evening of Thursday, May 17. The ceremony honored Circle of Nation’s class of 2018, a total of 15 graduating eighth graders. The departing students graduated Friday…

Jitters are common, especially in a national tournament. North Dakota State College of Science didn’t shake them right away and they lost their opening game of the NJCAA Division III National Softball Championship in Rochester, Minnesota. Facing elimination, it looked as if NDSCS was in for …

Aaron Mark Lee of Wahpeton, North Dakota, and Kali Paige Klath of Mayville, North Dakota, along with their parents Paul and Colleen Lee of Wahpeton, and Curt and Brenda Klath of Mayville, announce their engagement,

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The nervous system is the one system in the body that directly affects every other system. Nerves conduct sensory information from every part of the body and deliver this information to the brain. Once there, the brain analyzes information to determine what the body needs to maintain a healt…

You may have heard someone say, “I have speech therapy,” or “I see a speech therapist or speech-language pathologist.” Initially, the first thing that comes to mind is that an speech-language pathologist teaches young children how to say speech sounds correctly. While this is accurate inform…

HE’S NO DUMMY. Spring time is puppy time and the start of training for fall.  From scent lines to dummy retrieves, there is lots to do and you can never start too early with a young pup, or in conditioning an older dog in getting acclimated to the fun of the hunt.   Featured Photo:...

By Doug Leier, NDG&F Dept.   Just like everything else this spring, the boating season is a little delayed. But as the air and water temperatures heat up, thousands will head toward the water to enjoy time fishing, boating, on personal watercraft, paddling a canoe or drifting along in a pontoon.   Whenever that first...

HEAR ANY GOOD FISH STORIES LATELY?  The state of North Dakota celebrates a new walleye king as Neal Leier of Bismarck dethrones the dubious and long-reigning Wood Lake walleye from 1959 with his 15-pound 13-ounce fish caught yesterday morning in the rain on the Missouri River.  While the cool and rainy conditions under which Leier...