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Changing jobs can be a difficult decision to make, especially later in one’s career. In many ways, landing a new job is more challenging than ever thanks to the technology-driven society in which people live. Information is shared faster than…
FARGO — In a rare case, a private investigator has been convicted of placing a tracking device on a West Fargo woman’s SUV last year and could lose his license for what he called a common practice in his profession.
North Dakota Farmers Union Insurance, based in Jamestown, announced that Sjon Zunich of Williston, was the top producer of life insurance premiums in May.
MINOT, N.D. — A Parshall couple expecting their second child and were on their way to their first obstetrics appointment were identified as the two of the three people killed in a head-on crash Monday afternoon southwest of Minot.
American State Bank & Trust Company of Williston has pledged $25,000 to the North Dakota State University/Williston Research Extension Center (WREC) Capital Campaign for the building and development of a Seed Conditioning Plant on the grounds of the center, located…
The Williston Basin International Airport’s opening date looms ever closer, yet despite continued issues with cement supplies officials still say the facility will be operational on schedule.
A 30-year-old man was charged Friday, July 19, with gross sexual imposition after a woman said he raped her after they’d been drinking together.
The North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality has reported a spill of produced water near Epping in Williams County on Thursday, July 18.
Crews are going to begin a new project to widen U.S. Highway 85 to four lanes between Watford City and Interstate 94.
Midwest AgEnergy, based in Spiritwood, the parent company to ethanol biorefinery, Blue Flint, near Underwood, announced recently that its employees have surpassed 12 years of safely working without a lost-time accident. This milestone was reached on April 13. A lost-time…
WASHINGTON — Dakota Micro, a manufacturer of heavy equipment back-up cameras and surveillance systems based in Cayuga, represented North Dakota at the Made in America Product Showcase Monday, July 15, at the White House.
The Pioneer Village near Crosby is getting ready to celebrate 50 years of farming history with the annual Threshing Show, featuring three days of fun for the whole family!
It was Labor Day in 1988 when Tom and Kathy Wankel, ranchers from Angela, Mont., took their kids on a camping trip to Fork Peck, a federal reservoir located on the Missouri River.
North Dakota Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger is celebrating a successful first quarter of 2019, as reports show that the state’s taxable sales and purchases for the quarter have increased by nearly 10 percent.
A Navajo tribal member who traveled from Arizona to North Dakota to take part in protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline is suing law enforcement officers he says subjected him to “excessive violence.”
After more than a decade, the head of Williams County Vector Control has retired.
GRAND FORKS — A higher education crisis is coming, according to Jeff Holm, the University of North Dakota’s vice provost for online education and strategic planning.
BISMARCK — North Dakota House members never met as a full body in the 2019 legislative session, and 85 senators and representatives missed at least one day of the 76-day period but still were paid.
BISMARCK — North Dakota State Auditor Josh Gallion told lawmakers Wednesday, July 17, that he will follow a recent attorney general’s opinion and won’t seek their blessing to launch performance audits.
BISMARCK — North Dakota on Wednesday, July 17, asked the federal government to step in amid a dispute with Washington state over a new law there that places restrictions on shipments of oil by rail.

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