STAFF BLOG SIMPLY CHILLED Escapee...
In John Marks' mind, none of this makes any sense.
The Fargo Force head coach said Saturday he was surprised defenseman and now-former team captain Brian Cooper (Nebraska-Omaha) only went in the fift... Posted on 6/26/12 at 11:48 AM
THROUGH THE LENS ...until next season! Thank you Fargo Force
The Fargo Force were taken out of the playoffs this past weekend in Fargo by the Lincoln Stars. It was a great season of photos! This was the first year I had decided to shoot in between the player be... Posted on 4/29/12 at 11:35 AM
GOOD PEOPLE GOOD BUSINESS In the Beginning
Welcome to Good People, Good Business, a blog created by The Village Business Institute. In this blog, I will share my ideas and the passion I have for the world of business and our place in it as hum... Posted on 12/1/10 at 4:57 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Autism task force report shows lacking services in N.D.
BISMARCKAutism spectrum disorder services in North Dakota are inadequate, information is scarce, and training is needed for parents and professionals, a recent survey found.
Results from the state Au... Posted on 10/12/10 at 4:22 PM
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel demanded more information Wednesday after the Air Force removed 17 launch officers from duty at a nuclear missile base in North Dakota over what a commander called "rot" in the force. The Air Force struggled to explain, acknowledging concern about an "attitude problem" but telling Congress the weapons were secure.
Former Chicago Blackhawks forward John Marks has been hired as head coach of the United States Hockey League team in Fargo.
Marks also will serve as director of hockey operations for the Fargo Force.
Former Force head coach and general manager Jason Herter is joining the Minnesota-Duluth staff as an assistant.
Another offseason. Another head coach to hire.
That’s the position the Fargo Force junior hockey team is facing for the fourth straight season after head coach Jason Herter stepped down Monday to take an assistant coach position at Minnesota-Duluth.
An Air Force base blamed for a series of foul-ups involving nuclear weapons is getting a new administrative unit that will oversee the maintenance of the nation’s intercontinental ballistic missile arsenal.
North Dakota’s congressional delegation said the Minot Air Force base was chosen over four other bases for the headquarters of the 798th Munitions Maintenance Group.
The saga of a 13-year-old Minnesota cancer patient and his mother has all the elements of a made-for-TV movie; apparently one is in the works. But the potential for tragedy — the boy’s death from a treatable cancer — seems to have been reduced now that mother and son are back in Minnesota and the boy is receiving care from a doctor.
Dean Blais has been named coach of the year in the United States Hockey League.
Blais, a former University of North Dakota head coach, is coaching the Fargo Force, which has made the playoffs in its inaugural season.
The Force also were picked as the USHL’s organization of the year.
Due to weather, the North Dakota Department of Transportation is extending the application deadline for Director’s Task Force Transportation Enhancement projects from March 27 to April 1. Projects can be submitted electronically to Ben Kubischta, NDDOT program coordinator, at email@example.com .
A seminar on meeting work force challenges will be from noon to 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Buffalo City Grille in Jamestown. This seminar is in conjunction with the N.D. Department of Commerce Business Resource Alliance and numerous agencies focusing their efforts on work force issues in the area. Participating organizations will be on hand to discuss current programs and options for employers to utilize.
Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. staff have distributed 140 resumes to relevant local businesses and will now be tracking results. The resumes covered backgrounds from health care to manufacturing.
An Air Force official says a shakeup at the top won’t change plans to bring another B-52 squadron to the Minot Air Force Base.
Lt. Gen. Frank Klotz, the assistant vice chief of staff of the Air Force, visited the base Friday and spoke at a public meeting in Minot to outline a plan announced earlier this year to bring a second squadron of B-52s to the base.
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