STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG Oakland Is Off
Well folks the inevitable appears to be here; according to the Detroit Free Press; Oakland will make it official after a Board Of Trustees vote that they are indeed leaving the Summit League for the H... Posted on 5/7/13 at 12:05 AM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Maintaining Regrets
As children, we often found that our feelings about our days depended on the way that others treated us. If people were kind to us, we had a good day. If people were mean to us, we had a b... Posted on 2/27/13 at 8:42 AM
SIOUX FOOTBALL INSIDER Conference Chatter (Part III)
Just a quick summary of the ever-fluid talk that we have been hearing in the last 48 hours regarding the Big Sky hoopla:
UND AD Brian Faison has stated publicly that the "discussions" with the BSC ar... Posted on 10/28/10 at 11:00 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Session addresses generational differences in workplace
BISMARCK Generation Y can get away with anything at work, from their flip-flops and piercings to their demands for flexibility.
Because baby boomers are close to retirement, they dont have to do as ... Posted on 9/9/10 at 11:39 AM
BOY SCOUT BLOG New High Adventure Base
Today is a great day for Scouting! The National Boy Scouts of America have formally unveiled plans to turn a section of West Virginia into the BSA’s fourth high-adventure camp, The Summit: Becht... Posted on 11/19/09 at 12:13 PM
ATHENS, Greece — Greece's new Prime Minister Antonis Samaras will not be well enough to travel to a critical European Union summit in Brussels after undergoing an eye operation, the government said Sunday.
By Elena Becatoros, Associated Press
, June 24, 2012
The Taking Action to End Hunger Summit, planned for Tuesday and Wednesday in Fargo, will bring together people from across the North Dakota and the region to learn about programs working to tackle hunger. The Creating a Hunger Free North Dakota Coalition is sponsoring the Summit, which will be at the Doublewood Inn, 3333 13th Ave. S.
YOKOHAMA, Japan — President Barack Obama appealed to Asian leaders Saturday for greater access to fast-growing markets, proclaiming “the United States is here to stay” and saying its prosperity is tied inextricably to the success of its Pacific trading partners.
By Ben Feller, The Associated Press
, November 13, 2010
WASHINGTON — The world’s most important economies are going home to look after themselves. They left their summit without any meaningful agreement, finding it ever harder to cooperate and more likely to erect trade barriers to protect their own interests.
By Paul Wiseman, The Associated Press
, November 13, 2010
TORONTO — Wary of slamming on the stimulus brakes too quickly but shaken by the European debt crisis, world leaders pledged Sunday to reduce government deficits in richer countries in half by 2013, with wiggle room to meet the goal.
By Rob Gillies, The Associated Press
, June 28, 2010
BISMARCK — North Dakota is the future energy capital of North America, Gen. Wesley Clark said Monday.
The former presidential candidate was among the featured speakers at the state’s Renewable Energy Action Summit at Bismarck State College.
About 200 people attended the event to learn more about energy development in North Dakota and how to network.
By Teri Finneman , Forum Communications Co.
, June 15, 2010
North Dakota State’s Whitney Carlson has been named the Summit League Women’s Athlete of the month after setting two records in April.
Carlson, a junior from Buchanan, broke the school record in the heptathlon (5,343) at the Mt. SAC/Cal Invitational Combined Events in April 15.
The Summit League — targeted as a long-term Division I home for UND’s athletic programs — will discuss the school’s application to join the 10-team conference in June.
UND athletic director Brian Faison said he talked to Summit commissioner Tom Douple on Thursday. Douple told the UND athletic director that the school’s application to join the Summit will be discussed at a June meeting of league presidents.
By Wayne Nelson, Forum Communications Co.
, April 16, 2010
In full accord on a global threat, world leaders Tuesday endorsed President Barack Obama’s call for securing all nuclear materials around the globe within four years to keep them out of the grasp of terrorists. They offered few specifics for achieving that goal, but Obama declared “the American people will be safer and the world will be more secure” as a result.
By Robert Burns, The Associated Press
, April 14, 2010
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