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State Parks and Rec looking to assume control of Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center

The Washburn based museum and interpretive center is struggling financially and the state is moving closer to rescuing it and adding under the state’s Parks and Recreation department. If you haven’t visited the center, it’s worth the drive.

summary by: Josh Wolsky

Watch: Chameleon Tongue Attack in Slow Motion

Chameleon’s are remarkable creatures — the ability to blend into their environment and all. But that’s nothing compared to what their tongue can do. See for you self in this super-slow-motion video below.

How 13 Wild West Legends Got Their Nicknames

Ever wonder how folks like Doc Holliday and Calamity Jane got their nicknames. Wonder no more. Phil Edwards writing at VOX found the background story on some of the West’s most infamous characters.

summary by: Josh Wolsky

9 Candidates for Board of Higher Ed Job

The State Board of Higher Education will interview nine candidates for the position of chancellor. Candidates include former chancellor Tim Flakoll. Interviews take place April 14.

summary by: Josh Wolsky


Senator Hoeven Works to Advance ICBM Priorities

The ICBM mission is a big deal for Minot and the continued strategic importance of Minot Air Force Base. Get full details on Senator Hoeven’s work in the news release below. — Official News Release, Senator Hoeven — WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven this week worked […]

From The Left: The Conservatives Environmental Conundrum

A resident left-leaner writing at Say Anything Blog.com calls for a more rational dialogue about the environment and less ideological rhetoric.

summary by: Josh Wolsky

$50 crude? No Problem for These 3 Economically-Friendly “Sweet Spots”

Analysis by global energy company Wood McKenzie shows a portion of the North Dakota oil field is still a prime target for investment and drilling — even at the lower prices we’re seeing now.

summary by: Josh Wolsky

Fishing Licenses Expect to Hit Record Sales

Last year the state sold 209,000 fishing licenses, this year ND Game and Fish is expecting to sell 10% more. Fishing is big business in ND, full story from Lauran Donovan writing for the Bismarck Tribune.

summary by: Josh Wolsky

Fishing Licenses Expect to Hit Record Sales
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