SIOUX FOOTBALL INSIDER Spring Game Review - Defense
Now we will give our impressions of the UND defense, both from the spring game and from an overall spring ball prespective.
Tackling appeared to be much better than we remember it from last fall when... Posted on 4/24/13 at 10:00 AM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES SIA Conference coming to Minneapolis/St. Paul
All eyes seem to be focused on the Midwest for this year's conferences and tours dealing with architecture, history and preservation. Apart from the ISPC Conference last month in Michigan and the up... Posted on 4/9/13 at 4:01 AM
STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG Bison Video Blog: Easter Sunday Ramblings
Hope everyone had a great holiday and spent time with family and friends, some really interesting news to share tonight on the ramblings led off by the fact that the Missouri Valley Conference has a p... Posted on 3/31/13 at 10:48 PM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG It's Time to Change the Lake Superior Conference
Why is Superior High School still a part of the Lake Superior Conference? According to the Superior School district website the high school population is 1633. The Lake Superior Conference website lis... Posted on 1/9/13 at 5:47 AM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND The Goose is Loose!
I just spent three fabulous days with a group of educators at a conference in Rochester, MN. It is my favorite conference each year because it is inspiring, challenging, and often just plain fun. I ... Posted on 2/18/12 at 6:30 AM
Hillary Rodham Clinton, in a rousing speech Friday about improving the future of women across the globe, gave no hint of plans for her own future. But that didn't mean everyone in the audience wasn't thinking about it.
Sen. John Hoeven has announced the agenda for The State of Technology: The Next Generation of Jobs in North Dakota, a business technology conference on Sept. 6 at the Holiday Inn of Fargo. Hoeven and the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce are hosting the forum to highlight technological innovations in North Dakota’s key industries and to help the state’s businesses find ways to use technology to grow and increase success.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A three-day expo spotlighting North Dakota's prosperous Oil Patch is expected to bring the biggest influx of visitors to Bismarck since a professional bowling tournament rolled into town more than 30 years ago.
The theme for the 23rd Annual Governor’s Conference on North Dakota will examine the impact water has had on the history of the state, from territorial days to the present. “Too Much or Too Little: The Story of Water in North Dakota” featuring a wide variety of speakers and topics, will take place Oct. 28-29 at the Bismarck Civic Center.
This year the 23rd Annual Governor’s Conference on North Dakota History, to be held Oct. 28 -29, will examine the impacts of water on the history of North Dakota. Due to the expansion construction at the North Dakota Heritage Center, the conference, titled “Too Much or Too Little: The Story of Water in North Dakota,” will be held at the Bismarck Civic Center.
Floodwaters in Minot have moved a conference of agricultural educators from six states to Jamestown.
The Souris River has already displaced nearly of quarter of Minot’s population twice this spring. Now it has also relocated the National Association of Agricultural Educators Region III conference.
“Creating Possibilities” is the theme for the North Dakota Counseling Association’s annual Midwinter Conference which will be held at the Ramkota Hotel is Bismarck, ND on Jan. 30 Feb. 1. Presiding at this year’s conference will be NDCA President Kris Long of Lisbon and the conference chair is Bryn Halgrimson, president-elect from Minot. More than 300 counselors from all counseling fields are expected to attend.
DICKINSON — Anything and everything will be on the table for discussion when Dakota Athletic Conference and Frontier Conference officials meet here next week.
DAC Commissioner Lavern Jessen said Thursday that presidents and athletic directors from the two conferences will meet on Wednesday, Aug. 25 at the Badlands Activities Center to discuss their potential future together in a meeting NAIA President and CEO Jim Carr also plans to attend.
While the meeting could be a preliminary step in merger talks, Jessen said officials must first decide if it is economically feasible for the two conferences to work together.
By Dustin Monke, Forum Communications Co.
, August 20, 2010
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