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If you or a loved one has battled cancer, been uninsured or underinsured, or received a voucher for an expensive medication, a little-known drug discount program probably helped you from behind the scenes.
MAIDA — Reducing the U.S. Customs and Border Protection port of entry hours in Maida would hurt businesses, cause problems for farmers and interrupt family activities, said Peggy Fischer, who lives on the North Dakota side of the Canadian border.
BISMARCK — The owner of a wind farm in Barnes County wants to “repower” the turbines with new blades and gearboxes that will increase the amount of electricity produced at the facility, a process that’s expected to become more common…
A poll sponsored by a coalition that supports infrastructure projects found that nearly 70 percent of North Dakotans are in favor of a project that would double the capacity of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
On Friday, Nov. 8, Trenton School held a veterans reception and program honoring local veterans from the area and giving special recognition to those who served in the Vietnam War.
BISMARCK — The U.S. Department of Agriculture approved Friday, Nov. 8, disaster designations for 47 North Dakota counties dealing with severe flooding and major crop losses. The approval clears the path for farmers in hard-hit areas to apply for federal…
KENSAL — Kali Freier has fostered animals all her life.
The last week has been a busy one for both school districts that serve Williston, and the coming week looks to be nearly as eventful. Here’s a look at what happened so far and what’s to come.
BISMARCK — Whether there’s a shortage of medical marijuana in North Dakota became a matter of contention during an update on the state’s program Thursday, Nov. 7, at a meeting of the Legislature’s interim human services committee.
Stores spend many months gearing up for Black Friday sales. As Thanksgiving draws to a close, Black Friday advertisements have been distributed, the decorations are ready and the shelves have been stocked.
Giving to charity is a selfless act that’s worthy of recognition. That recognition can come in many forms, and donors should know that even the “tax man” likes to reward men and women who donate to charity.
PINE RIDGE, S.D. — Charles “Bamm” Brewer knew from years of experience that the buffalo would bunch up in a certain canyon as they were being herded during the annual fall roundup of the Oglala Lakota Tribe’s herd.
First National Bank & Trust Company’s Relay for Life team, The Money Makers, is living up to its name thanks to an ongoing partnership with a local auto dealership.
BISMARCK — Business is booming in North Dakota.
The Alliance for Continuing Education in Health Professionals and Pfizer have chosen CHI St. Alexius Health Williston as recipients of the Improving Pneumococcal Immunizations in Immunocompromised Patients grant.
Y’all, there are less than two months left until Christmas!
“Far and away the best prize that life has to offer is the chance to work hard at work worth doing.”
A generous donation from a local business is helping the Mondak Animal Rescue in its mission to support and protect animals in the Region.
FARGO — Child support enforcers in North Dakota and the Mandan Hidatsa Arikara Nation are looking into why some parents don’t pay across state and tribal lines.
BISMARCK — As U.S. Customs and Border Protection is holding town hall meetings to discuss reducing its hours of operation at Antler, Carbury and Maida, Gov. Doug Burgum released a statement on Wednesday, Nov. 6, urging the federal agency to…


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