Deggans: 'Fargo,' 'True Detective,' 'Transparent' Top Best TV Of 2014
At a time when there is so much good TV around, NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says, any Top 10 list says as much about the critic as the shows he is picking.
'Fargo's' Billy Bob Thornton on What TV Can Teach the Film Industry
The Oscar winner tells THR that filming the FX anthology series has reinvigorated him and he'll likely return to TV for short-run fare and potentially bring film projects that can't get financing to the small screen. read more
'Fargo' Boss on Appeals of Anthology Series, Cable vs. Broadcast and a Future Beyond Season 1
Noah Hawley talks with THR about revisiting the "Minnesota nice" of the movie and how to surprise viewers in a closed-ended format. read more
Wells Fargo's (WFC) "living will" plan, designed to show that the firm can be wound down in an orderly way if the worst happens, was OK'd by the FDIC and Federal Reserve while 11 other banks ...
Board talks about stability at chancellor position
FARGO (AP) - The North Dakota Board of Higher Education met Tuesday to discuss ways to add stability to the job of university system chancellor, a position marked by turmoil in the last decade.
Ready for state
Area school teams compete today and Friday at the 2014 Iowa State Dance and Drill Team Association's 2013 state team championships at Hy-Vee Hall and Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.
Real Estate Transfers
]The following real estate transactions were filed in Jefferson County: Marla and Timothy Yeager to Hillary Eshbaugh, lot 1, Cost Subdivision. Wells Fargo Bank to Michael McCain, 2.4408 acres, Cross Creek Township.
I Can?t Afford To Watch Great TV: How Cable Became Classist
How paywalls are barricading you from your next favorite series.
Historic Kiesling House needs tenant
NEW ULM-The City of New Ulm is looking for a tenant for a historic piece of property. At 220 N. Minnesota Street, tucked between the Lamplighter and Wells Fargo, sits the The Kiesling House.
Higher education board approves admission criteria
FARGO (AP) - Admission standards at the state's two research institutions will rise in an attempt to raise graduation and retention rates without taking a major hit in enrollment, the North Dakota Board of Higher Education said Thursday.