No one predicted construction zones that grind traffic to a halt as far as the eye can see, the deafening clatter of semis, the dust kicked up by 10,000 vehicles pulverizing the two-lane road every day or the smell and taste of diesel.
No one anticipated the accidents, two or more a week on Main Street and all over the rutted reservation roads, costing lives and shattering families.
Theatre students present thought-provoking ‘Student Body’ The Minot State University Theatre Program will present “Student Body” by Frank Winters Wednesday through Saturday (Feb. The play follows a group of college students who discover a disturbing videotape of a sexual assault that occurred at a party they attended.
Director Kevin Neuharth chose to do the play after reading it last August.
Alex Westman, Kaylee Rodman, Krista Savage, Kyla Grandy and Kaitlin Grandy, business education students, and Jan Repnow, business teacher education assistant professor, coordinated and supervised the competition.
Members of the winning Berthold team were Emily Neshem, Jasmin Johnson, Garrett Hanson, Emolee Lindahl, Abby Simons, Erika Neshem, Roman Knudsvig and Tristan Schettler. A complete list of event winners is available online.
Human trafficking, also known as trafficking in persons or modern-day slavery, is a crime that strikes at the very heart of the American promise: freedom.