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After years of hard work, dedication and fundraising, the Mondak Animal Rescue is finally ready to officially open the doors on their new facility.
In less than a week, voters will again go to the polls to decide the fate of a proposal to build and renovate schools in Williston Public School District No. 1.
Librarians from across the state were in Bismarck this week, talking to legislators and voters to oppose proposed budget cuts and to share information about the impact libraries have on a community.
The Grenora Public School District No. 99 board voted 5-2 at a special meeting Wednesday, April 3 to hold a hearing on whether to fire district Superintendent Troy Walters, but chose not to suspend him while that hearing is pending.
BISMARCK — North Dakota senators overwhelmingly rejected a bid to increase penalties for selling cigarettes to minors Wednesday, April 3, but they salvaged legislation targeting underage sales of flavored liquids for electronic smoking devices.
BISMARCK — North Dakota legislative budget-writers have settled differences on the level of state employee raises in the upcoming two-year budget cycle, a development that helps clear the runway leading to the end of the 2019 session.
BISMARCK — The Senate Appropriations Committee voted Wednesday, April 3, to increase funding in a bill designed to support research advancement across the state, said Sen. Ray Holmberg of Grand Forks.
Hindu prayer in North Dakota Legislature not the first, Bismarck woman says
Title: Principal, Hagan Elementary
BISMARCK — The 2019 crop year looks fraught with stormy financial seas — with low commodity prices and high fertilizer and input prices.
Extreme winter weather paired with flooding in parts of the Midwest has led to delays for the BNSF Railway Company, and for commodities shipments.
Many positive changes come with aging. Financial independence, freedom to pursue hobbies and more time to spend with loved ones are some such benefits.
On April 2, the Williams County Commissioners approved a bid of $3,189,843.25 by Mayo Construction, a contractor based in Cavalier, to begin a re-construction grading and paving assignment of County Road 9. A bid of $1,835,050 from Martin Construction Incorporated,…
The Williston Public School District No. 1 lunch program received a helping hand thanks to the efforts of some local law enforcement.
Dear Doctor: I’m a white man in my mid-40s, and I have significant dark areas under and around my eyes. I feel awkward inquiring about this, but people stare and judge, and I’ve become self-conscious. What is the cause? Can…
A Northwest District Judge has sentenced a man who admitted to two felony drug charges to serve three years in prison.
Under the terms of a plea agreement proposed in Northwest District Court Tuesday, April 1, a 20-year-old man would spend no more time in jail after admitting to sexual contact with a 13-year-old girl.
GRENORA — The superintendent of the Grenora Public School District was accused of misusing district money, intimidating staff members and mishandling student discipline.
BISMARCK — North Dakota voters are poised to consider growing the state's higher education board after House lawmakers had a change of heart Tuesday, April 2.
An outpouring of generosity is welling up from the region for those driven from their homes by recent flooding along the Yellowstone River in the Fairview-Cartwright area.


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