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North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger announced Thursday, July 18, that the state has started taking delivery of more than 900 new voting machines.
BISMARCK — The state of North Dakota sued the federal government in an effort to recover $38 million the state spent while responding to the massive Dakota Access Pipeline protests, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem said Thursday, July 18.
MINOT — The North Dakota State Fair will be kicking off its nine days of exhibits, music, rides, food, vendors and fun. The fair will start at 8 a.m. Friday, July 19, with the first ag event, FFA Tractor Driving…
Police say a 34-year-old man had drugs, packaging material and a handgun when he was arrested during a traffic stop on Tuesday, July 16.
Andrea Placher has been director of the Williston Community Library since 2017.
A cynical capital market has tightened its purse strings when the oilfield comes to call, and that’s forced a new age of capital discipline on all of the nation’s shale plays, including the Bakken.
It’s been a year since Gov. Doug Burgum issued a challenge to the oil and gas industry to eliminate spills and reach the 2 million barrel production mark.
BOTTINEAU — Dale Simon of Bottineau watched from the USS Hornet as Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin and Michael Collins and their “Columbia” Command Module were pulled from the Pacific Ocean when they returned to Earth after…
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Department of Agriculture is gathering information on plant damage that may have been caused by the in-crop use of the herbicide Dicamba on soybeans.
BISMARCK — Oil production in North Dakota held steady this spring, and state officials say they expect challenges related to the transportation of both oil and natural gas to persist.
Armstrong votes against House resolution condemning Trump comments
BISMARCK — The president of the North Dakota State College of Science disputed some recent audit findings in a presentation to state lawmakers Wednesday, July 17, but said his institution is making some changes in response to the report.
FARGO — North Dakotans who grew up poor have the best odds in the U.S. of becoming rich, but people in the Peace Garden state think achieving that dream is unrealistic — at least compared to the rest of the…
BISMARCK — A former school administrator in Dickinson who unsuccessfully sued the city after being accused of setting an arson fire in the building where he worked has now lost his appeal.
HETTINGER — Tatum Fitch was in fourth grade when her classmate’s encouragement to join 4-H brought her to a livestock show. She watched other kids showing sheep and goats, and she was hooked.
A 21-year-old Watford City man is facing the possibility of up to 25 years in prison after police say he filmed a minor performing a sex act on him.
If you think the backyard landscape of Dave and Char Shroyer looks like it came from the pages of a magazine, you’d be right. But it’s probably several magazines, not just one.
Do you want to build a snowman? That might be a little hard in July, but the cast of Youth Education On Stage wants to take you to a magical winter wonderland in their latest musical production.
A sweet treat on a sunny day not only helped to stave off the summer heat, but brightened a few spirits, too.
Commission overrules appeal over living in RV in subdivision


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