Jeannette Myhre students 'horse around' as a reward

Fri Sep 20 18:02:49 PDT 2019

Jeannette Myhre students 'horse around' as a reward

Students at Jeannette Myhre Elementary in Bismarck got to spend their Friday afternoon horsing around.

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EPA looking to change ethanol projections

Two weeks ago, the EPA announced it would maintain ethanol production levels next year, but there's no guarantee beyond that.

Minot local beat breast cancer, now wants to help others

The Susan G. Komen foundation says that in 2019, it's estimated among U.S. women there will be more than 260,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer. And they estimate more than 41,000 deaths from breast cancer this year alone.

 

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The footage was shot of visiting female athletes who used the men's locker room when playing against Limestone College in Gafney, South Carolina.

Cuban migrant dies by apparent suicide after months in ICE custody

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Muslim families not allowed to board NYC ferry after being labeled a 'security issue,' complaint says

"These families were humiliated and traumatized in public view and treated as suspect because they happen to be Muslim," said a lawyer representing the families.

Ex-officer who killed retired librarian during drill gets no jail time

The 73-year-old woman who had volunteered to participate in a police demonstration was shot and killed in front of about three dozen people, including her husband.

Hundreds of thousands lose power in Northeast in 'bomb cyclone'

In Boston, winds gusted at 70 mph at Logan International Airport early Thursday, and a gust of 88 mph was recorded at Yarmouth on Cape Cod.