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Wells Fargo Passes on Cypress Development Bailout Package, Parking Garages Back in Limbo

A portion of the City’s recently approved bailout money for the downtown parking garage developer is in question after Wells Fargo chose not to loan money on a complimentary portion of the finance package. KX News has the story.

summary by: Josh Wolsky


Almost 8 inches of Rain Floods Parts of Sioux Falls

Everyone who has lived on the prairie longer than a season understands how volatile the weather is — we are a place of extremes. Sioux Falls recently got a reminder that should also serve to spur the urgency behind Minot’s flood protection plan. We’ve dodged bullets […]

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Everything You Need to Know About the Fargo Rock Scene in the ’90s?

The Red River Runs Through It, a documentary film on the Fargo music scene of the 1990s is in the works and looking for funding through and Indigogo page  located here. From the page: It’s cold in the middle of nowhere. A faceless suburb to nothing […]

Essential guide to the UND nickname vote

The seemingly never-ending UND nickname debate will continue with a vote on the remaining options. This article is your guide to the procedure, but do note that — to the consternation of many — the option to remain simply ‘North Dakota’ is not on the list.

summary by: Josh Wolsky

Rice Lake Residents Hoping for Clean up in Front of Freeze Up

Rice Lake has been on the rise for years now and what to do about it remains a question, but some residents are temporarily surrendering to the water in order to get property cleaned up in front of winter.

summary by: Josh Wolsky

Google’s Self-Driving Cars Might be too Good at Braking for Cyclists

Every driver has been frustrated by a four-way stop stand-off, but what would you do if there were no driver in the other car? Apparently, Google’s self-driving cars are too good at yielding the right-of-way to cyclists; the cyclists didn’t mind.

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50 Percent Off A College Education? Not Such A Good Deal After All

The skyrocketing cost of tuition has pushed some colleges into the arena of competitive pricing and discounting, but in an industry heavily subsidized through federal programs, it’s creating some funny economics.

summary by: Josh Wolsky

Teaching: Community Experts rule to be signed by governor

The Governor is expected to sign a new administrative rule that allows community experts to fill vacant teaching positions.

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