“Charles M. Russell: Photographing the Legend”
“North Dakota Unforgettable”
Glenn Oppel's June 10 guest opinion asserts that the Obama administration's plan to reduce greenhouse gases will cost about 224,000 jobs annually through 2030. This estimate predates the recently released plan and, in fact, is based on different numbers and assumptions entirely.
The recent Endangered Species Act hearing at MSUB's Cisel Hall was a disgraceful attempt to subvert the governance role of Congress to blatantly political ends, the monolithic slate of "witnesses" being fed questions so leading as to be basically rhetorical. The event was pure political thea…
The Audubon Conservation Education Center will host two events in July.
After a decade of national claims that our recent Middle East incursions were about spreading democracy or finding weapons of mass destruction and not about access to resources inconveniently located in distant lands, it's refreshingly honest to see Keystone XL pipeline supporters like The G…
North Dakota novelist and poet Larry Woiwode, the High Plains Book Awards emeritus winner, will be honored along with other award winners at a banquet Saturday evening.
Billings poet Bernard Quetchenbach travels into the depths of the human heart in his new poetry collection, “The Hermit's Place.”
Organizations bent on frightening voters into the fretful camp of talk radio hosts quote a price tag of $3,000 or more per household per year for reducing greenhouse gas emissions through the cap-and-trade bill recently passed by the U.S. House of Representatives.