Wade Rupard, Forum News Service
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — For LaJaun Willis, a senior at the University of North Dakota, there are more days than not when he sees racism on UND’s campus. Though it’s...
CROOKSTON — For the second time in less than a month, a Crookston man out on bail for manslaughter charges has been arrested, this time for driving under the influence. Brock Dale Strommen, 29, was arrested Sunday in Crookston for second-degree drunken driving. Strommen will remain in jail unless he posts a $100,000 bond or $10,000 bail, which includes several conditions including no alcohol use and remaining a law-abiding citizen.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – The University of North Dakota unveiled its Fighting Hawks logo on Wednesday following months of discussions about the image and years of controversy over the school’s...
First, there was Flappy Bird taking the game world by storm. Now, there's a new tapping game that may have replaced it as the best one on the market. Color Switch is a new reflex game that already has shot near the top of the most-downloaded games in the App Store, with more than 50 million downloads worldwide. The idea of the game is simple: The player taps the ball and tries to pass it through obstacles, with the ball changing colors along your path.
Chiropractor offers tips for those working desk jobs
FERTILE, Minn. — Tim and Sarah Oistad try to run their business as honestly as they can. The two run Oistad Estate and Auctioneering Service, and as the name suggests, the northwestern Minnesota business provides ways to manage one’s estate, including traditional auctions, estate clean-outs and estate buyouts. Whether that’s offering the services they think are the best for the customer at the expense of their profit or returning any unexpected items they may find during a clean-out, the Oistads said they always try to do the right thing, whatever that may be.
If you're a fan of everything vintage, you might be turned off by the boom of technology we now have. But one great thing about some apps is, if you want to, you can turn back the clock. The Camcorder app lets you do just that. Instead of shooting videos as you normally would on a smartphone, you can do it as if you're holding a camcorder from the 1980s or '90s.
GRAND FORKS, N.D.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Throughout the summer, many people will make the trek to one of the region's many lakes. But with an infection contracted in a lake being blamed...
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — It can be described in just one word: Yo. That's it. That's all there is to it. Yo, as in "yo, what's up?" The app, Yo, is that simple. With the tap of a finger, you can send a "Yo" to one of your friends, and they can send a "yo" right back. And that's essentially it. In its description in the Apple store, Yo bills itself as one of the most simple apps on the market, saying, "The truth is we can't tell you what a Yo is, since only you and your closest friends will know what it means.