VIDEO: Sorry, But Axl Rose Fronting AC/DC Is Weird And Shall Always Remain So

The reviews for the resumption of AC/DC’s “Rock or Bust” tour were good. Most reviews I perused after the band played in Lisbon, Portugal, on Saturday night were positive. Which is surprising, considering it was the first concert with the band being fronted by former Guns ‘N Roses lead singer Axl Rose. Rose took over…
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Republicans Have Moorhead Railroad Underpass On Life Support

MOORHEAD — The press release sent out by Gov. Mark Dayton’s office Thursday night said, “The Republicans killed the bonding bill.” It might just as easily have said, “The Republicans killed Moorhead’s railroad underpass.” By a single vote Thursday, the Minnesota Senate rejected a $1.5 billion bonding bill that would’ve helped fund hundreds of public…
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Wentz Is A Hero For … Sticking With His Team? Is This What We’ve Come To?

Carson Wentz broke his wrist six games into the 2015 North Dakota State football season, sat out eight games and made a hero’s return in the FCS title game. Great story, capped by the Bison’s 37-10 thumping of Jacksonville State to win their fifth straight title. Wentz played a key role in that victory, throwing…
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VIDEO: Former Bison Basketball Coach Tim Miles Flying With Blue Angels

Prepare to be entertained: Current Nebraska men’s basketball coach Tim Miles, formerly of North Dakota State and Mayville State, flew with the Blue Angels earlier this week. As always, Miles is quippy. .@CoachMiles, you look like you were a little excited to fly with the @BlueAngels!#GBRhttps://t.co/pZ0jua5PBa — Nebraska Huskers (@Huskers) May 4, 2016

Discovery Middle School Students Close Door On Bullying

Cool thing going on at Discovery Middle School in south Fargo. Students were asked to decorate doors in the school with anti-bullying messages. About 800 of the school’s approximately 1,000 students took part, according to contest coordinator Tammy Linn. About 50 doors were decorated. Many were themed toward the subject taught in the classroom. Some…
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