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The Bison Turf is Bringing Some of its Historical Old in With Some Renovated New

After a fire destroyed the classic NDSU joint in 2016, many didn't think much would remain in its place

FARGO, N.D — After almost two years in the works, the iconic Bison Turf is ready for its re–opening in just a few weeks. People from NDSU are excited about the newly renovated spot and what is has to offer. After a fire destroyed the classic NDSU joint in 2016, many didn’t think much would remain in its place… “That…

Jefferson Elementary Student Wins Earth-themed Poster Competition

Her fifth grade class won a lunch with Mayor Mahoney

FARGO, N.D. — A fifth grade class at Jefferson Elementary School had a special guest for lunch: Mayor Tim Mahoney. The pizza lunch was to celebrate the winner of a poster competition hosted by the city of Fargo. The theme was “Coming Together for the Earth,” with the goal of encouraging people to recycle. Teachers, along with the city’s recycling coordinator,…

Authorities Identify NDSU Student Found Dead on Campus

Authorities say Noah Rockenback was found in a private room at the Mathew Living Learning Center West at NDSU

  FARGO, ND — NDSU police have identified the student found dead on campus Wednesday. Authorities say Noah Rockenback was found in a private room at the Mathew Living Learning Center West at NDSU. NDSU police say they are not releasing any other details on the case at this time and the family is asking for their privacy. A University…

NDSU Police Investigating Death of a Student on Campus

The name of the student has not been released

  FARGO, ND — A student has been found dead in a private room at Mathew Living Learning Center West at NDSU. A University Relations Vice President said in a statement that officials are investigating, but there is no indication of foul play and no threat to public safety. The name of the student has not been released. Categories: Business,…

Family of NDSCS Student Inviting Campus Community to His Visitation

The family is encouraging people to wear purple in honor of suicide awareness

  WAHPETON, ND — The family of Nathan Gossett is inviting the NDSCS community to his visitation. The 18-year-old student was found dead in his dorm room on Monday. The visitation is Friday 2-7 pm at Joseph Vertin and Sons Funeral Home in Breckenridge. The family is encouraging people to wear purple in honor of suicide awareness. Counseling services are…

NDSCS Student Who Passed Away was 18 Year Old from Enderlin, ND

Nathan Gossett of Enderlin, N.D., was an 18-year-old student in the Auto Body Repair & Refinishing program on the Wahpeton Campus.

WAHPETON, ND — In a statement from NDSCS the college released the name of the student who passed away.  The North Dakota State College of Science is mourning the loss of a first-year student. Nathan Gossett of Enderlin, N.D., was an 18-year-old student in the Auto Body Repair & Refinishing program on the Wahpeton Campus.  The cause of death is…

Need a Gift for Your Millennial? Think Student Loan Payment

The average monthly payment comes out to be about $350

  NATIONAL — Are you wondering what to get the millennial in your life for Christmas? Consider picking up the tab of one of their student loan payments. A new survey by the Student Loan Report states nearly 70 percent of borrowers want a loan payment this holiday season instead of that high-tech gadget or gift card. In another survey,…

Former New York Mills Teacher, Accused of Sexual Relationship with a Student, Found Not Guilty

His defense attorney says Koll is an innocent man and that he was wrongly accused

OTTER TAIL COUNTY, Minn. — A former New York Mills teacher, who was accused of having a sexual relationship with a student, has been found not guilty. Kris Koll, 38, was acquitted of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct. He was accused of engaging in a sexual relationship with a student while teaching in New York Mills. His defense attorney says Koll…

Jamestown High School Principal Awarded the Milken Educator Award

This honor is given to teachers who have shaped students into leaders

JAMESTOWN, ND — The Jamestown High School principal walked into the auditorium for what he thought was a student assembly. Little did he know, he was in for the surprise of a lifetime. Adam Gehlhar was one of 45 educators throughout the country to be honored with the Milken Educator Award. This honor is given to teachers who have shaped…

Sheyenne High School Wears Blue to Support Classmate With Type I Diabetes

Danika Johnson has been living with the disease for over two years

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Sheyenne High School supported one of their own battling type I diabetes. The entire student body wore blue to let their classmate know they stand with her as she battles the disease. “It’s very special knowing that everybody’s here supporting me,” said Danika Johnson, a sophomore at Sheyenne High School. Danika has been living with type…