• County lowers fee to rent space at fort - 05/01/2015 04:27 PM CDT
  • Visitors center is close - 05/01/2015 04:18 PM CDT
  • New jail admin works to improve cells - 05/01/2015 04:15 PM CDT
  • OPOMAC goes national - 05/01/2015 04:10 PM CDT
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    County lowers fee to rent space at fort

    Rental fees and other policies at Fort Belknap have fluctuated considerably in the last 18 months, but county officials now have concrete policies in place for guests of the historic site. Read more
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    Texas takes aim at telemedicine care for patients

    DALLAS (AP) — The state of Texas and telemedicine advocates are in a legal tussle over patients who receive doctor consultations through video. Full Story
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    Bomber's Russian relatives to testify in marathon trial

    BOSTON (AP) — Russian relatives of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are expected to testify at his trial as his lawyers continue to make their case to spare his life. Full Story
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    Ducks top Flames 3-0 in Game 2, stay unbeaten in playoffs

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Six games deep in the Stanley Cup playoffs, nobody has been able to beat the Anaheim Ducks. Full Story
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    Old fuel can be hard on lawn mowers

    (BPT) - Nothing says summer like neighborhoods coming alive with the sounds of lawn mowers and the smell of fresh-cut grass. But getting the lawn mower out of the shed and running properly can be a struggle early in the season. Read more
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    The New Place of Dairy on a Paleo Plate

    (Family Features) Could you say goodbye to refined sugar, grains, legumes and dairy? A growing number of people today are going Paleo - following a lifestyle that's based on the concept of eating like our Paleolithic ancestors. Read more
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    Giant billowing aerial sculpture installed over Boston park

    BOSTON (AP) — A giant aerial sculpture is floating over a park in Boston's Financial District, bringing a shimmer of spring where snowplow piles towered just weeks ago. Full Story