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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Kindred
Noncriminal annoyances such as illegal parking and barking dogs have been nagging residents of burgeoning bedroom communities around the Fargo area, so much so that one town looked into the possibility of hiring citizens to hand out citations.
Senior Tiffany Bias scored 17 points in her final home game and Brittney Martin added 13 rebounds as No. 15 Oklahoma State held on in the last 3 minutes to defeat Kansas State 67-62 on Saturday afternoon.
In a story Feb. 17 about two Wisconsin men who died in a Colorado avalanche, The Associated Press erroneously reported that both still lived in Portage, where they grew up. Jarrard Law still lived in Portage, but Justin Lentz had moved to Sun Prairie in recent years.
A friend of the two Wisconsin skiers killed in a Colorado avalanche says the two were close buddies who loved to spend time on the slopes and mountain-biking trails.
Two skiers killed in a large avalanche in Colorado were good friends from a small town in southern Wisconsin, relatives and colleagues said Monday.
Thirty-five students from six North Dakota high schools are competing in the state finals of the annual LifeSmarts competition.
A hospital in eastern Pennsylvania has sent notice to the state that it plans to close.
Fargo North vs. Detroit Lakes/Perham, Minn., ppd.
Dave Kindred, a preeminent American sports writer who has worked his trade for the better part of four decades, was walking down the right side of the first fairway at Kiawah Island with the final group at the PGA Championship when he mentioned he had been teaching a writing class to college students.
There is a Dickensian sweep to this account of how a chance encounter in a restaurant plunges Adam Kindred, a mild-mannered British climatologist into the terrifying world of the urban hunted.