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A North Dakota company demonstrated to members of Congress including Sen. Kevin Cramer, R-ND, and other officials on Tuesday, April 16, how the private company can build more than 200 miles of border fence on the southern border and at…
The eighth Annual Bakken Brew Fest is Saturday, April 20, at the Richland County Fair Event Center. Here are a few things to know about the event.
Sports can make a profound impact on the life of a young person. Stanford Children’s Health, a Bay Area-based pediatric and obstetric health care system that offers comprehensive clinical services, notes that children who participate in sports experience a range…
BISMARCK — North Dakota House lawmakers backed away from a proposal that opponents worried would open the door to concealed weapons being carried in schools, churches and public buildings Friday, April 19.
DICKINSON — Horseshoes, and the people who shod them, have gone hand-in-hand with the rise and fall of nations since time immemorial.
A South Dakota man, whose girlfriend admitted to being a Russian agent who tried to influence U.S. policy as the 2016 election approached, allegedly defrauded investors in several fake ventures, including one to develop housing for oilfield workers in western…
BISMARCK — Cities and counties have the ability to raise fines for local speed limit violations after North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum signed a bill Wednesday, April 17, allowing them to do so.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis is asking the University of Colorado Board of Regents to be cautious with its nomination of a finalist for the CU presidency, urging the regents to find a candidate who “unites the board.”
For over 70 years the Williston Concert Association has been bringing a variety of musical acts to the region, and the group is wrapping up their 2018-2019 season with one final concert and a push to gain more members.
Bunnies, bubbles and eggs galore! The Williston Convention and Visitors Bureau hosted their annual egg hunt, attracting hundreds of area kids.
A meeting on Friday, April 12, between the two school districts that serve Williston and the North Dakota Board of Public Education lasted more than two hours and covered a wide range of topics, from annexation to state funding.
A 39-year-old man convicted 14 years ago of sexual contact with an underage girl is heading back to prison after a judge revoked his probation.
April 19, 2019 — A strange sight was seen by motorists outside of Minot on this date in 1916. A dead man was lying beside the road.
BISMARCK — Gov. Doug Burgum on Wednesday, April 17, signed a bill redesigning North Dakota’s county social services into as many as 19 multi-county “human service zones.”
GRAND FORKS — Investigators continue to search for answers after massive fire destroyed a Grand Forks warehouse said to contain a large number of servers Tuesday night, April 16.
BISMARCK — North Dakota lawmakers have approved a complex energy bill related to “pore space,” but some who opposed the property rights legislation say it will end up in court or referred to voters.
BISMARCK — Marsy's Law may see its first clarification of who is a victim as the North Dakota Supreme heard arguments on Thursday, April 18, on restitution to an insurance company.
BISMARCK — North Dakota residents concerned about nuclear waste storage say they’re “gratified” that state legislators included their suggestions in a bill approved this week.
FARGO — They’ve been on the wish list at the Red River Zoo for years.
Second cousins added to North Dakota's corporate farming law

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