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Devils Lake Journal - Devils Lake, ND
Updated at 10:48 AM

Q: Are lighter pans better for baking than dark pans?— Betsy Davis, Burlington, North CarolinaA: Lighter pans aren’t necessarily better for baking, but darker pans require more attention because they can burn food more quickly.The same rule that applies to clothing — lighter colors reflect heat, and darker colors absorb it — applies to baking pans.

Posted at 10:45 AM

It started as a dare, one teenage boy antagonizing another. So when the Red Mountain High School football team lined up in their red and white jerseys on picture day last August, standing shoulder pad to shoulder pad in the stadium bleachers, Hunter...

Updated at 10:40 AM

Americans are a study in contradiction.We balk at Grandparents Day in September or Sweetest Day in October, calling them “Hallmark Holidays” — just another excuse for florists and card shops to take our money.

Posted at 10:30 AM

Bringing light to health care prices, an area that is famously opaque and hard to navigate, offers for the first time the prospect that patients will truly be able to shop around and save themselves -- and the health care system -- money.

Updated at 10:16 AM

Cale Goodwill, 29, of rural Starkweather, ND, died from injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident at rural Webster, ND on Sunday, May 1, 2016.

Updated at 10:14 AM

Roberta S. Remmen, 68, of rural Devils Lake, formerly of Lignite, ND, passed away on Sunday afternoon, May 1, 2016 at her home in the loving care of family and Altru Hospice. She courageously battled cancer since her diagnosis in October of 2013.

Updated at 10:03 AM

Journal Staff ReportAfter losing 10-0 in the doubleheader opener Tuesday to Valley City, the Devils Lake softball team picked up an 11-10 win in Game 2.

Updated at 10:02 AM

Journal Staff ReportEmma Gary, a freshman outfielder for the Lake Region State College softball team, was selected to the Mon-Dak All-Conference team and was also named the conference's Most Valuable Player.

Updated at 10:00 AM

By Sam HerderJournal Sports EditorAfter a slow start figuring out the Grand Forks Red River pitcher, the Devils Lake baseball team put on a hitting clinic in a 15-5 Game 1 win Tuesday.

Posted at 10:00 AM

Ohio environmental regulators say sludge material dredged from the Cuyahoga River and dumped into Lake Erie in the 1970s might be moving toward a Cleveland water treatment plant.

Posted at 10:00 AM

Half of of all teens say they feel addicted to their mobile devices. Not only do teens feel they can't put their devices down, but their parents know it (59 percent) and many parents themselves can't put their own devices down (27 percent).

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