ND High school Hoops – Revised Three-Division Plan Unveiled, 23-24 Still in Play

The question whether to move North Dakota High School Basketball to three divisions instead of the current two-division Class A and Class B system is headed to a February 8th final decision. At a meeting of the North Dakota High School Activities Association on Friday, a revised plan was presented that accounted for much of

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North Dakota Milk Production Down from Last Year

North Dakota’s 14,000 head of milk cows represent about 1/10th of 1% of the 9.41 million head U.S. milk cow heard. Get the rest of the details on North Dakota’s milk production from News Dakota. It’s newsworthy information as the legislator contemplates loosening the restrictions on corporate farming. The decline in the number of dairy

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Jamestown’s Loyal to Local Passport Program Tracks More Than $130,000 in Sales

The idea is simple. When dollars are spent at local businesses, they continue to circulate in the local economy and get spent again and again. It’s a program and idea common across small towns and cities. In Jamestown, the program is called ‘Loyal to Local’; it’s run through the Chamber of Commerce, and they’re doing

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RAWA: If Not Now, When?

Biodiversity on the prairie is on the decline; threats to it are rising. More than 115 species are at risk of extinction. RAWA stands for the Recovery of America’s Wildlife Act, and according to Ricky Klaverkamp, writing at News Dakota, it’s an important bill for North Dakota and the time to act is now, before

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Australia Projecting Record Wheat Crop

Australia’s harvest of both wheat and canola is expected to near or surpass previous records. You know we live in a global environment when the harvest half a world away is news locally. Why does it matter in Minot? Because in a connected world, commodity prices rise and fall on global supply, and commodity prices

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3-Class High School Basketball in ND?

Should high school basketball in North Dakota add a class? The idea to add a 3rd class comprised of schools with 180-575 students is working its way through the NDHSAA system and it appears to have more supporters than in the past. Get the full story at DakotaNews.com.

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