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North Dakota Vote Lets School Scrap Fighting Sioux Name

Voters have approved a measure that lets the University of North Dakota dump its controversial Fighting Sioux nickname. The vote sends the matter back to the state's Board of Higher Education, which is expected to retire the moniker and American Indian head logo.

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Chants at Fighting Sioux Hockey Game Draw Warning

Students who own season tickets to the University of Minnesota-Duluth's men's hockey games are being warned to shape up after the school received reports they used offensive chants to taunt the University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux.

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Law Signed Letting UND Drop Fighting Sioux Name

Gov. Jack Dalrymple has signed a law allowing the University of North Dakota to shed its 81-year-old Fighting Sioux nickname.

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North Dakota To Retire Sioux Nickname

The University of North Dakota's Board of Higher Education decided Monday to retire the Fighting Sioux nickname by the year's end. This move anticipates lawmakers will soon repeal a law requiring the school to keep the nickname. The board voted unanimously to restart the process of dumping the nickname and a logo depicting the American Indian warrior, symbols the NCAA contends are offensive.

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Security Boosted For Sioux-Gopher Hockey Matchup

Authorities are beefing up security for this weekend's college hockey series in Grand Forks between rivals North Dakota and Minnesota. During a Sioux-Gopher game in October 2009, two fights broke out in Ralph Engelstad Arena on the UND campus.

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