SABRE DOGS CLINCH SERIES WIN AGAINST HUB CITY, WILL GO FOR SWEEP SUNDAY

MINOT, ND- The Dogs are hot! The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs get their fifth win in six days as they beat the Hub City Hotshots 3-2. It was the fewest runs the Sabre Dogs got and still had the final score in their favor as the Sabre Dogs get back-to-back great efforts from their starting

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SABRE DOGS PITCH THEIR FIRST SHUTOUT OF THE SEASON IN 5-0 WIN OVER HOTSHOTS

MINOT, ND- The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs are winners once again as they defeat the Hub City Hotshots 5-0 Friday night. This was one of the best games the Dogs have played this season from top to bottom. Everything was working which is a great sign with almost all of the Sabre Dogs having arrived

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SABRE DOGS SPLIT DOUBLE HEADER WITH HOTSHOTS

ABERDEEN, SD- The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs resumed what was supposed to be the first game in the series against the Hub City Hotshots. The Dogs came out strong and won 10-7. The game started Thursday afternoon in the bottom of the third with the game tied 1-1. George Loxtercamp was the new pitcher for

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Blight is eating American cities. Mobile, Alabama, stopped it

In Minot, we’re not immune to blight. Through the help of HUD resources, we’re making progress on flood-impacted zombie homes, but that’s far from a solution to the larger systemic challenges and root causes. And the scary thing about blight — it breeds more blight. It’s like a cancer or a weed that spreads. In

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Little steps in the habitat restoration playbook

“We’re capable of destroying in minutes what it took mother nature eons to create.” In Minot, our loss of habitat is most acutely observed in the loss of our natural river channel and the stench of the — though natural — not flowing dead loops. What can be done about it? Nothing will come fast,

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SABRE DOGS WIN IN BIG YET CONTROVERSIAL STYLE

MINOT, ND- The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs get the win in the series opener Wednesday evening against the Hub City Hotshots 11-4 and improve to 8-8 on the season. It seemed like it was going to be a pitchers’ duel after four scoreless innings with Zavian Caldwell dealing for the Sabre Dogs. However, the tides

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Rural students often go unnoticed by colleges. Can virtual counseling put them on the map?

One perceived disadvantage we have in a rural place like North Dakota is that access to the best information, guidance, and practices is limited. In rural schools, this is often more than a perceived disadvantage, it’s an actual one. But what if schools provided these services in a virtual environment? Check out this story from

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Budgeting process a question as counties form ‘human service zones’

Human services in North Dakota will transition from a county-by-county approach to a regional approach as a result of action by the legislature this past session. But getting there will take some planning and coordinating. Jack Dura with the Bismarck Tribune has the full story on how the future of social services is unfolding.

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