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Stay tuned for a NEW episode of our podcast featuring Gayla Sherman (UTTC Director of Health & Wellness) and Robert Fox (UTTC Agroecology Technician & Cultural Wellness Specialist) this Wednesday! ... See MoreSee Less
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Recognizing Martin Luther King Day. Co-sponsored by UTTC. ... See MoreSee Less
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SAGE club is entering the Bisman Food Co-op’s Chili cook-off with an all indigenous bison chili! The onions, tomatoes, garlic, chipotle peppers, and chili powder were all grown on campus and preserved by Sustainable Ag. students this fall. Come out to the Co-op tomorrow, January 15th from noon-3pm to taste all the Chilis and support SAGE club! ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to the Women's Player of the Week, Amaya Ramsey from @UnitedTribesND! In two wins, she scored 55 points while shooting 63% from the field. She also added 10 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal, and 1 blocked shot. Amaya attended Mandan High School

Our 2021 #StateOfTheCities Address is happening NOW at the @BaymontMandan! 🏙

Up first is the Higher Education Panel, where we are hearing from Dr. Doug Jensen, president of @Bismarck_State, Dr. Leander McDonald of @UnitedTribesND, and Monsignor James Shea from @umary. #SOC2021

Last night we recognized Buster Gilliss before our final game of the day for his outstanding contributions to to the MonDak & the @NJCAA. We take great pride naming our tournament after the hall of famer. Thank you Buster!

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Our 2021 State of the Cities Address is only ONE WEEK away! 🏙

Join us in-person or virtually to hear from both Mandan and Bismarck Mayors, along with our BRAND NEW Higher Education Discussion Panel, where we will hear from all three presidents of our local universities.

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