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BISMARCK — North Dakota’s congressional delegation is urging the governor of Washington state to veto legislation they say would result in a “de facto ban” of crude-by-rail traffic from the Bakken.
North Dakota lawmakers struggled to reach consensus in their 2019 session on ideas for spending earnings from the Legacy Fund.
Leaders at area universities keep a watchful eye on conversations in Washington, D.C., that could affect their respective students and staff.
BISMARCK — North Dakota has launched a tool to help residents decide whether they should get tested for sexually transmitted diseases.
FARGO — North Dakota’s recovery from the Great Recession soared beyond any other state in an analysis of tax revenue gains over a decade that saw its coffers gush along with oil wells.
Because of a reporter's error, the Coyotes sports schedule was incorrectly stated in the Sunday, April 30 edition on page B1. The next Coyotes track and field meet will take place on Thursday, May 2 at Williston High School. Also,…
Ours is a busy society where everyone is moving from place to place quite rapidly, whether at school, home or work. As a result, many people may feel that there simply are not enough hours in the day to get…
BISMARCK — North Dakota lawmakers introduced nearly 1,000 bills and resolutions during the 2019 legislative session, which ended Friday night, April 26. They approved less than two-thirds of them.
The parents of a 1-month-old baby who died in Williston Friday, April 26, have been arrested and accused of child abuse and could be facing more charges.
The Watford City Police Department has reported that someone accused of trying to break into a home early Monday, April 29, is being treated for a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The paddlefishing river is running lower and slower than last year, thanks to an early spring thaw. That actually bodes well for those hoping to reel in an ocean-sized lunker when the season starts in North Dakota on May 1.
Owning a business is a goal for many professionals. Being self-employed and having final say over business decisions can give people a sense of satisfaction and professional accomplishment.
Think of making a budget like spring-cleaning: It’s a great way to get things in order around your house, and you’ll feel so much better after it’s done.
A recent rise in the number of unvaccinated children increases the risk of the nationwide measles outbreak spreading to North Dakota, said Jenny Galbraith, immunization surveillance coordinator for the North Dakota Department of Health.
Students at McVay Elementary got a treat Friday, April 26, for reading the most minutes during the month of February.
What began as a way to encourage students to get involved with reading has blossomed into one of the highlights of the school year.
A 24-year-old woman had $10,000 added to her bond amount Friday, April 26, after she was accused of attacking a Williams County Correctional Officer and trying to escape.
Hey folks, you’re invited to an Old-Fashioned Sing-Along.
A member of the State Board of Higher Education says members should be able to speak their opinion about board matters, without deferring to the board chairman or chancellor for official comments.
BISMARCK — North Dakota lawmakers were preparing to put the finishing touches on the 2019 session Friday, April 26, after finalizing a batch of budget bills that were poised to cement the largest total state budget in history.

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