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FARGO — After a series of four concussions in just two years, 13-year-old Payton Rude's health wasn't improving. The repeated head injuries gave him severe headaches and made it tough to focus.
Bobcat Company, a worldwide leader in the manufacturing and distribution of compact equipment, today announces Ironhide Equipment, with headquarters in Grand Forks and locations throughout North Dakota and Minnesota, including in Williston, as one of the highest-performing Bobcat dealerships in…
A year and one half ago, Kristen and Mason Wicorek took out a $90,000 loan to buy their grandfather’s house and renovate it. They finished just in time to spend their first Christmas in the home, but now that home…
As Williston Public School District No. 1 prepares for a special election Tuesday, April 9, to fund a plan to build new schools, here’s a look at some of the numbers that matter.
Wilkinson Elementary students were treated to an interactive presentation on Friday afternoon, learning about some of the region’s first inhabitants.
For the ninth consecutive year, the 2019 REAL Trends 500 survey — one of the most widely followed reports in the real estate industry — showed RE/MAX agents at participating brokerages outsold competing agents.
An investigation into spending by the superintendent of Grenora Public School District No. 99 concluded that he spent more on meals than allowed by law, used the district credit card to buy rounds of golf and bought meals for friends…
BISMARCK — North Dakota senators sent Gov. Doug Burgum a bill adding second cousins to the state’s anti-corporate farming law Friday, April 5.
BISMARCK — The Republican leader in the North Dakota House proposed a slimmed-down bonding package for campus capital projects Friday, April 5, reducing funding for North Dakota State University's top two building priorities.
BISMARCK — North Dakota House lawmakers unanimously approved a bill repaying some funds that state officials have said were shorted Friday, April 5.
BISMARCK — After the North Dakota House narrowly defeated an attempt to expand the membership of the state's higher education board Monday, April 1, Bismarck State College President Larry Skogen sounded the alarm to his local lawmakers.
The inaugural Leather and Lace Gala is bringing together members of the biker community to raise funds, have fun and get people together for a night of good food and fancy dress.
The board for Williams County Public School District No. 8 voted Thursday, April 4, to seek more information about a proposed school location before signing an agreement to buy the property.
An art exhibition at the James Memorial Art Center is showing that inspiration can come at some of the most unlikely times.
Six of the eight allegations the superintendent of Grenora Public School District No. 99 is facing are wholly or partly related to the school’s football program.
BISMARCK — Top Republicans in the North Dakota House have resurrected a proposal to use Legacy Fund earnings to replace state income taxes, an idea senators swiftly defeated last month.
BISMARCK — Against Gov. Doug Burgum's request, North Dakota House budget writers have given him a salary.
ND House approves bill to terminate rapists' parental rights
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — The daughters of 50-year-old William and 45-year-old Lois Cobb have spoken out about the death of their parents to Springfield ABC-affiliate WICS-TV.
The Cleveland Clinic notes that soy foods provide a host of nutritional benefits. Plant protein, including soy, can provide cardiovascular benefits, including helping with people with high blood pressure lower their blood pressure to healthier levels.

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