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Medora bones to be reburied: Human remains date back to the late 1800s

May 25, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

The human remains found Saturday a quarter mile west of Medora city limits are believed to be two Euro-Americans with possible ties to the Little Missouri River community more than a century ago. Continue Reading

Bones discovered: Skeleton found near Medora could hold historical significance

May 24, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

Skeletonized body parts were found Saturday about a quarter mile west of Medora city limits in an open field, Medora Police Chief John Bey confirmed Thursday evening. Continue Reading

Dakota Dunes family finds bison bones in backyard

November 25, 2011 in The Daily Republic

DAKOTA DUNES (AP) A Dakota Dunes family forced to evacuate their home during this summer’s flooding has found a surprise in their backyard: bison bones. Continue Reading

Possible remains of human body found in woods near Granite Falls

October 30, 2011 in West Central Tribune

GRANITE FALLS Authorities in Yellow Medicine County are investigating if the remains of a body found in the woods this weekend near Granite Falls could be human.
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Fargo researchers grow replacement bones

May 21, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

When doctors replace someone’s hip or knee, they typically use a metal or ceramic artificial replacement. But developing techniques may soon allow surgeons to implant replacement bones grown from the patient’s bone marrow cells. Continue Reading

Expert not surprised bones were found in residential location

May 13, 2011 in The Daily Republic

Adrien Hannus hasn’t visited the 600 block of Roselander Road where an attempted house addition resulted in the discovery Monday of human remains estimated to be 700-800 years old, but he does know a thing or two about archaeology.
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Scraping tool also found with bones in backyard

May 12, 2011 in The Daily Republic

A scraping tool was found in the Mitchell backyard where some centuries-old human bones were unearthed Monday, a state archaeologist said.
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Shunning the sun may be harmful to your health, too

December 24, 2010 in Grand Forks Herald

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, with more than a million new cases diagnosed each year. But efforts to prevent it might be creating a health crisis of another sort. Continue Reading

Evidence of second human body in Westbrook fire pit is revealed

February 12, 2010 in Worthington Daily Globe

WESTBROOK If Westbrook residents were shocked to learn a dead body had been put in a bonfire in October 2008 so alleged murderers could dispose of evidence, they were probably stunned to learn the medical examiner had informed the Cottonwood County Sheriff’s Office in November 2009 there were more bones than there should be. Continue Reading

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