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In return for the resignation of Grenora Public School District No. 99 superintendent Troy Walters, the district has agreed to not file any complaints against him, not seek any further restitution and not pursue criminal charges.
Name: Duane Noeske
PIERRE, S.D. - In the week ended Sunday, April 29, South Dakota’s farmers had 1.6 days “suitable for field work,” the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service office in Sioux Falls reported on Monday.
HARWOOD, N.D. — U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue on Saturday, April 27, heard a parade of North Dakota farm group leaders offer support, but also concern about ongoing damage from trade wars before announcing an extension for the Market…
National Infant Immunization Week began on Saturday, April 27, and the Upper Missouri District Health Unit is highlighting the importance of protecting against vaccine preventable diseases.
A 48-year-old man was sentenced Tuesday, April 30, to five years in prison for multiple felony drug charges and forging checks worth more than $3,700.
North Dakota Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger released the 2018 fourth quarter and annual taxable sales reports, and Williston had the second highest amount of sales in the state, passing Bismarck.
Williston Public School District No. 1 is asking for help from the state to ease overcrowding at Williston High School.
GRAND FORKS — When Phyllis Johnson visited the small congregation at Shepherd of the Prairie Lutheran Church in Walcott, N.D., for a recent Wednesday night Lenten service, she shared a message that some may not have been expecting.
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Legislature’s moves to trim retirement benefits for future government workers are expected to help ensure the state’s pension plan is fully funded in almost a century, a state official said Tuesday, April 30.
Three of nine members of the University of Colorado Board of Regents have publicly stated how they will vote Thursday on the nomination of Mark Kennedy as the next potential president of the CU system.
MINOT, N.D. - A couple is facing child neglect charges after they allegedly forced a girl to drink beer and vodka and smoked marijuana with her on Sunday night, April 28.
Dear Doctor: When my husband and I both got sick last month, he was diagnosed with a cold and I was diagnosed with the flu. What’s the difference?
Because of wet weather, Williams County has put weight restrictions in place on chip seal and gravel roads.
TIOGA — Hess Midstream Partners plans to expand its Tioga gas plant, meeting the demand for additional natural gas processing capacity as the state works to reduce natural gas flaring.
After less than a month of searching, The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce has named its new president.
Nearly 20 communities were affected by this weekend’s winter storm, leaving over 2,000 residents without power.
Weight restrictions in place because of weather
LEEDS, N.D. — Since a near-fatal accident in November of 2007, Hannah Anderson has had to deal with more than any human should ever have to face.
Minot nurse to change plea in prescription theft case

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