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Unforgiving final line change: Former Minot NHL linesman Nelson living with post-concussion syndrome

The game was rushing by and his concentration and vision couldn’t keep up. As much as he resisted the notion, this was his sign to finally step off the ice. His undeniable passion for hockey wasn’t going to overcome this unnoticeable injury. Throughout his entire life, hockey had been a constant. But, in 2013, post-concussion Read More…

Lynx roll past Aces

Moore shot 8 of 17 from the floor and recorded her fourth straight game with at least 20 points and sixth overall. The Lynx shot a season-best 55.1 percent. Sylvia Fowles overcame early foul trouble and added 20 points and 10 rebounds for Minnesota (7-6). She posted her 10th double-double of the season and 137th Read More…

Trump administration says it has plan to reunite separated children still in its custody

The joint declaration by the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Health and Human Services came three days after President Donald Trump’s hastily crafted executive order abruptly halting the widely denounced practice of taking away the children of migrant parents who cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally. The two federal agencies said 522 children Read More…

Never mind the weeds

But I didn’t mind. When I first moved back to the ranch, I made myself a list of the things I wanted back in my life after spending a few years thinking I didn’t know who I was. At the top of that list was a simple little promise to keep a garden. And because Read More…

Twin brothers died side by side in World War II. Now, they're finally buried side by side.

But on June 19, 1944, Stardust hit an underwater magnetic mine, killing an unknown number of men, including the Piepers (pronounced “Peepers”). But only Ludwig’s remains were found, and he was later buried at the Normandy American Cemetery in France. Julius’ name was inscribed on the cemetery’s Wall of the Missing. For decades, the brothers Read More…

1968 changed America forever

The year 1968 was one of the nation’s most pivotal in history — and for better or worse — the events of that year awakened America and changed the country forever. In the years leading up to 1968, much of America was living the good life. Times were prosperous. Children behaved. And the world seemed Read More…