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BISMARCK — North Dakota is getting $6.5 million in federal money to help replace 18 aging rural bridges across the state, including two in Burleigh County.
GRANT COUNTY — A super weed that can devastate corn and soybean crops and is strong enough to stop combines has been confirmed in Grant County.
Whiting wasn’t the only oil company in the Bakken to lay off employees in early August. Oasis Petroleum also laid off a sizable portion of its Williston workforce about a week after Whiting did.
Near the end of a class period on a sunny Friday afternoon, Tammy Bakken had a question for her sixth-grade class.
Sens. John Hoeven, Kevin Cramer and Rep. Kelly Armstrong released a statement Friday, Aug. 30, regarding Sandia National Laboratories’ study that found Bakken crude has comparable physical, chemical and combustion characteristics as crude from the Permian Basin and the Strategic…
When buying a new vehicle, many consumers are fixated on sticker prices. And that’s understandable, as the automotive resource Kelley Blue Book noted that, in March 2018, the average transaction price for light vehicles purchased in the United States was…
Insurance is something everyone needs but hopes to never use. Without insurance, already difficult situations could be made much worse and cause financial devastation.
MINOT, N.D. — North Dakota-grown SkySkopes continues to expand its presence in the emerging unmanned aircraft industry.
BISMARCK — A North Dakota lawmaker said he plans to livestream legislative committee meetings in an effort to "shame" the Legislature into improving transparency in the state Capitol.
Letters from Williams County are headed to mailboxes containing an estimate of what each Williams County property taxpayer is likely to owe at the end of the year.
BILLINGS, Mont. — Americans haven’t talked about their country as the greatest oil country in the world, but they need to, Continental Oil’s Blu Hulsey told a crowd of oil and gas industry professionals, who gathered in Billings, Montana on…
JAMESTOWN — There are a lot of issues in play for an interim committee of the North Dakota Legislature that begins meeting in September regarding mental health services and the role of the North Dakota State Hospital, according to Rosalie…
A jury deliberated for about two hours on Thursday, Aug. 29, before returning a guilty verdict for a man accused of 17 drug charges.
The Williston Downtowners said farewell to summer with their final Summer Nights on Main event on Thursday, Aug. 29.
BISMARCK — North Dakota will continue regulating methane emissions even after the Trump administration announced plans to ease oil and gas rules, a state official said Thursday, Aug. 29.
A public hearing Tuesday night in Williston for radioactive and solid waste materials handling permits for Secure Energy Services, seeking to open the state’s first TENORM waste facility, was long on questions, but not as long on answers as participants…
The 2019 North Dakota Downtown Conference brought in some acclaimed guests to share their knowledge and experience with communities across the state.
Every day, more than 120 people lose their lives to suicide in the United States. Unfortunately, North Dakota’s suicide rate is higher than the national average, with 144 lives lost in 2018, and is the second leading cause of death…
BISMARCK — Soybean exports out of the Pacific Northwest, the primary destination for North Dakota’s crop, are down 40% this year amid continuing trade disputes with China.
BISMARCK — The head of the North Dakota Mill and Elevator said Wednesday, Aug. 28, the state-owned operation managed to record a historically successful year despite a resurgence in low-carb diets that helped reduce profits.

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