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A judge ordered a 27-year-old man held on $30,000 bond Thursday, Nov. 27 on more than 40 felony charges.
The 2019 North Dakota Behavioral Health Conference is set for Nov. 13 to 15 in Bismarck, bringing together industry professionals to discuss new behavioral health initiatives and programs within the state.
JAMESTOWN — The North Dakota State Hospital opened its doors before there was a state of North Dakota.
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Department of Information Technology announced Thursday, Nov. 7, the hiring of new man in charge of cybersecurity.
BISMARCK — North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum announced Wednesday, Nov. 6, that the state has saved more than $1 million by creating a standard platform for state websites. The platform gives agencies a roadmap to refresh their websites, according to…
The Williston Public School District No. 1 board voted 4-1 to move forward with an expansion of the district’s high school — if Williams County Public School District No. 8 agrees to pay tuition for high school students.
A Tioga man is facing two felony charges stemming from a fatal crash that happened in November 2018.
A representative from the Office of Admission at North Dakota State University is scheduled to visit multiple high schools on Tuesday, Nov. 12.
BISMARCK — A state lawmaker and a department head questioned North Dakota state Auditor Josh Gallion’s methods during an audit of the state Department of Commerce on Wednesday, Nov. 6, at a meeting of the Legislative Audit and Fiscal Review…
BISMARCK — North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger on Tuesday, Nov. 5, unveiled the state’s latest Blue Book, a compendium of North Dakota history, facts and statistics.
North Dakota is leading the way on solutions for unmanned aviation, and the Oil Patch is going to play a key role in the effort.
The new Williston Public Works facility had it’s grand unveiling Wednesday, Nov. 6, as the city held the building’s official ribbon cutting ceremony for the public.
GRAND FORKS — Federal regulators have ordered that the portion of the Keystone pipeline that began leaking in North Dakota last week stay shut down until further notice.
FARGO — Tribal leaders in the Dakotas are bolstering their protests against the expansion of the Dakota Access oil pipeline and the installment of the Keystone XL line, after hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil spilled in northeastern North…
A 27-year-old man is facing more than 40 felony charges after police say he broke into and stole from 30 vehicles at the city impound lot.
A judge OK’d pushing back a hearing on whether to accept a plea agreement involving a man twice accused of attacking the same woman but warned lawyers on both sides Wednesday, Nov. 6, that she expected the hearing to be…
AMENIA, N.D. — Bill Hejl manages a diverse farming operation. He grows soybeans, corn, spring wheat and sugar beets. All those crops have one thing in common: He sprays them with Roundup herbicide.
FARGO, N.D. — County Farm Service Agencies have a lot on their desks this fall.
Sloulin Field is a step closer to decommissioning after a vote from the Williston City Commission.
FARGO — A prosecutor declined to press criminal charges against three administrators of the North Dakota State College of Science whose actions were criticized by state auditors who cited concerns of obstruction and conflict of interest.


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