• Associated Press

    Christie: GOP needs someone who can quickly take down Trump

    Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Monday that Republicans need a candidate who can take out Donald Trump in a single, brutal swipe like the one Christie delivered to a different rival in 2016. Speaking in New Hampshire, Christie recalled a favorite moment from his failed presidential campaign: embarrassing Marco Rubio on a debate stage three days before the first-in-the-nation primary. Trump, he said, will never step aside quietly, said Christie, who is mulling another run himself.

  • Native News Online

    Navajo Technical University Launches First Tribal College Ph.D Program

    Navajo Technical University—a public university on the Navajo Nation in Crownpoint, N.M.— has launched an accredited doctoral program in Diné culture and language sustainability, making it the first of 36 tribal colleges and universities nationwide to offer a Ph.D. The program opens to students in Fall 2023 and will integrate traditional Diné knowledge and western research methodologies to develop culturally-responsive practices to community-specific problems, according to the school’s press release. According to University president Elmer Guy, the hope is to promote self-determination and empower students to become leaders across sectors, including education, health, local government, criminal justice, and elections.

  • Grand Forks Herald

    Midnight March 29 is deadline to apply for North Dakota elk, moose and bighorn sheep licenses

    Mar. 27—BISMARCK — The clock is ticking for North Dakota hunters hoping to draw an elk, moose or bighorn sheep license this year. Applications must be submitted online before midnight Wednesday, March 29, the Game and Fish Department said Monday in a reminder. Prospective hunters can apply by visiting the My Account section of the Game and Fish website at Elk, moose and bighorn ...