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JAMESTOWN — The North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Legislative Committee voted 6-0 to approve contracting with a consulting firm to perform an evaluation study of the corrections systems statewide. The committee met at the James River Correctional Center…
MEDORA — Theodore Roosevelt’s first impressions of the Little Missouri Badlands were decidedly dour.
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Supreme Court dealt a blow to a state board seeking to prevent a Dakota Access Pipeline security firm from operating in the state without a license Thursday, Aug. 22, but the legal fight may not…
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Supreme Court has issued a ruling that throws out the life sentence of a Fargo man who was convicted for his role in the kidnapping of Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind’s baby.
FARGO — A Moorhead, Minn., man has pleaded guilty to murder in the fatal drive-by shooting of 20-year-old Gabriel Perez outside a McDonald’s restaurant in Fargo.
Police say a man arrested Tuesday on drug charges helped to move more than 16 pounds of methamphetamine into the area in about a year.
The FCC has authorized more than $590 million to support rural broadband statewide, including $15,831,071 to Nemont Telephone Cooperative for Divide, McKenzie and Williams counties.
Less than a week after the application period ended, the school board for Williston Public School District No. 1 has a new member.
BISMARCK — Division over a once-proposed wind farm has led some township residents in Burleigh County to petition the recall of township officers, in what might be the first such recall in North Dakota.
GRAND FORKS — A Grand Forks man was sentenced Monday, Aug. 19, to spend more than seven years in prison for sexually assaulting a teen.
With a lifelong passion for music, a local singer and songwriter is making her dreams come true with a release party for her debut album.
Diabetes is an increasing challenge in North Dakota with the number of known people with diabetes growing in recent years.
BISMARCK — North Dakota’s new Ethics Commission will meet for the first time next month in Bismarck.
BISMARCK — Members of North Dakota’s congressional delegation largely shrugged off concerns over the economy this week as experts warned of a coming recession.
A 71-year-old man is free on a personal recognizance bond after his attorney questioned a police claim that the man had 25 ounces of marijuana.
Firefighters and bikers from around the area will be firing up their rides and hitting the highway to help raise funds and spirits for some local youth in need.
The company responsible for the release of at least 240,000 gallons of natural gas condensate from the Garden Creek gas plant in McKenzie County acknowledged from the start that its spill was larger than 10 gallons, according to North Dakota’s…
BISMARCK — Bee boxes sit to the west of Clark Coleman’s sunflower field north of Bismarck. Honeybees play a vital role in pollinating sunflowers, helping increase yield and quality. But up until now, the bees have been placed nearby and…
Police say they seized nearly two pounds of methamphetamine during a bust Tuesday, Aug. 20.
The Mule Deer Foundation is organizing a habitat rehabilitation project in southwest North Dakota and the North Dakota Petroleum Foundation, in cooperation with industry companies, will provide funding and volunteer support. Marshall Johnson, the Mule Deer Foundation Regional Director is…


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