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FARGO — North Dakota workers are dying at one of the highest rates in the country, according to a labor union federation report released the same day locals honored those who died while on the job last year in the…
BISMARCK — North Dakota's state auditor said he was surprised by the Legislature's last-minute move to restrict his ability to launch audits Thursday, April 25.
Legislature giving ND ag commissioner extra pay boost
BOULDER, Colo. — University of North Dakota President Mark Kennedy was booed Friday morning, April 26, during his final stop of a four-campus tour as a decision looms on his nomination to the University of Colorado presidency.
A 29-year-old man was ordered held Friday, April 26, on $250,000 bond after being charged with two counts of gross sexual imposition.
The decision to become an organ donor is a selfless act that quite often saves lives. Many people sign up to be organ donors when getting or renewing their driver’s licenses. But those same people may not know that they…
GRAND FORKS — Applying for jobs and preparing for interviews can be nerve-wracking.
It’s shaping up to be another sunny weekend in Williston, and there are several events to help you have fun, stay fit and even do a little bit of spring cleaning.
The availability of childcare has been a concern for residents for quite some time, but city leaders are hoping some recently approved changes will help improve the quality — and quantity — of childcare in the area.
Two men with connections to the Sons of Silence Motorcycle Club are accused of conspiring to commit an assault in late March.
BISMARCK — North Dakota oil industry leaders urged federal geologists Wednesday, April 24, to consider new technology that has dramatically boosted oil production as they update an estimate of oil and gas resources in the Williston Basin.
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Senate rejected a House-backed resolution seeking to make it harder for lawmakers to tap earnings from the state’s oil tax piggy bank Thursday, April 25.
BISMARCK — Critics of the North Dakota Legislature’s efforts to implement the state’s new voter-approved ethics rules will still have avenues to challenge lawmakers’ actions even after a final bill moves across the finish line.
BISMARCK — A group of North Dakotans has drafted a proposed ballot measure restricting lawmakers’ ability to offer changes to the state constitution’s “powers reserved to the people,” a move prompted by legislative efforts this session.
GRAND FORKS — None of the 12 jurors glanced at 52-year-old Jeffrey Scott Krogstad as they reentered the Grand Forks County District courtroom Thursday, April 25, after about an hour of deliberation.
Although the job isn’t yet open, former U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp told a Fargo radio station she would consider taking on the University of North Dakota president’s position if it becomes available.
Poison ivy is an unwelcome guest on many properties. Unfortunately, many people don’t recognize the presence of poison ivy on their property until it’s too late and they’ve already fallen victim to the uncomfortable, itchy red rash that is the…
DOYON, N.D. — Ron Severtson and his son, Kevin, think it might be the first week in May before they start planting east of Devils Lake in northeast North Dakota. They’re ready for temperatures in the ’60s and ’70s.
Service waiver given for anhydrous ammonia and other fertilizers
BISMARCK — A backer of marijuana decriminalization efforts in the North Dakota Legislature said she was disappointed by an amended bill that advanced Wednesday, April 24.


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