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Crossing guards have extra task in cold weather


Gov. Burgum convenes Higher Ed Governance Task Force


Gateway to Science adds new activity area


ND Board of Higher Education reconsiders firearm policy on campuses


MHS lockdown post affecting schools across country


Dickinson school superintendent announces resignation


Settlement reached in lawsuit over cleanup of flood-damaged Minot schools


New Glenburn Public School entrance opens


Winter recess rules cause a commotion


Center-Stanton schools close for heating issue


'School dashboard' website in development


Agency recruiting University of North Dakota pilots early


BSC admissions office move to cost $186,000


Legacy High magazine finalist for 2017 Pacemaker award


BPS eighth-graders attend career fair


BSC Communication students and programs win top awards


Flexible seating leads to emotional growth


Fire fighters show students the ropes


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