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BISMARCK — Longtime Bismarck Republican lawmaker George Keiser has been diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease but says he will continue his state House term and consider re-election.
Williston Rotary and the Lions Clubs are giving the public an extra chance to be a part of their joint project, as well as do some good for the community.
BISMARCK — Erin Olander was one of the first patients to receive medical marijuana from a dispensary in Bismarck. She came early Tuesday, Aug. 13, because she figured there would be a line.
Sen. Rich Wardner, R-Dickinson, was among North Dakota officials touring petrochemical facilities in Alberta last week with Gov. Doug Burgum. The trip was to gain insight into how North Dakota might successfully bring a petrochemical plant to the state. Wardner…
Williston is hosting some of the state’s bravest first responders this week, welcoming them to town for the Professional Fire Fighters of North Dakota 2019 State Conference.
A 24-year-old man serving three years in prison was ordered held on $100,000 bond Tuesday, Aug. 13, after he was accused of raping a woman last year.
BISMARCK — Former members of the defunct University of North Dakota women’s hockey team have appealed the dismissal of their discrimination lawsuit against the state’s university system.
BISMARCK — North Dakota’s governor and Senate leaders were unfazed Tuesday, Aug. 13, that one of their picks for the state’s new ethics commission leads a tribal college that has received more than $2 million in state grants in recent…
BISMARCK — How involved the state should be in helping sustain small-town North Dakota grocery stores is an early question in a legislative study of rural food distribution.
DICKINSON — A recent audit of Dickinson State University shows that although the university may not make much money — if any — from its contract with Follett Higher Education Group, it will not lose money, like it had when…
GRAND FORKS — The UND Alumni Association and Foundation has raised a record $67.7 million during its latest fiscal year, which ended June 30.
The National Weather Service has lowered its radar beam over Watford City by 3,000 feet, to an altitude of 10,000 feet.
FAIRVIEW — Residents of the Pominville Subdivision will have until Oct. 1 to rededicate streets back to the city, or lose garbage and snow removal as well as other city dservices to that area.
A 29-year-old New Jersey man was seriously hurt when his motorcycle crashed into a pickup truck on Monday, Aug. 12.
A woman charged last month with murdering her 1-month-old son at a Williston hotel in April will be getting a new public defender.
Saturday afternoon at Tractor & Supply, Kimberly Lester brought a few of her feathered friends to talk about raising backyard poultry. It’s been trendy of late, across the nation, prompting some municipalities to change the rules to allow up to…
Dear Doctor: My husband was in agony recently, and it turned out he was passing a kidney stone. Why does that hurt so much, and what can he do to keep it from happening again?
Millions of men and women experience hair loss in some shape or form in their lives. The Hair Society, a hair-loss information group, says that approximately 35 million men and 21 million women suffer from hair loss, and people are…
The Williston Community Library and the North Dakota State Library have joined the American Library Association in denouncing a lending model for e-books announced by MacMillan Publishers, which could potentially cost libraries across the country thousands of dollars in fees.
FALKIRK, N.D. -- The big white tube between Washburn and Underwood that once carried coal over U.S. Highway 83 will come down on Monday after spending decades as a landmark along the road.


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