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A home is the most significant purchase many people will ever make. Perhaps because of that, many buyers, particularly those purchasing a home for the first time, are understandably nervous about the home-buying process. The decision regarding which home to…
If people waited to get rich to see the world, they may never travel to destinations near and far. Even though many people view travel as a luxury, there are plenty of ways to take trips even when money is…
Diners interested in trying the latest in fresh, convenient, trendy, local, and eclectic fare are looking for more than just a static address these days. Their favorite food could be on the move.
Daisy Evitt and her group Rexella Daisy released their debut album at a special event held in Williston.
BISMARCK — A coalition of 51 attorneys general has reached an agreement with 12 national telephone companies to help protect customers from illegal robocalls, North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem said Thursday, Aug. 22.
BISMARCK — North Dakota’s part-time, citizen Legislature is somewhat of a point of pride.
BISMARCK — A bipartisan group of a dozen attorneys general, led by North Dakota’s Wayne Stenehjem, has asked the Trump administration to withdraw a proposed water supply rule that they argue will override state authority.
BISMARCK — A gun control group will hold a rally in West Fargo Sunday afternoon, Aug. 25, to urge members of Congress to act after mass shootings in Texas and Ohio.
BISMARCK — As North Dakota struggles to fill thousands of open jobs, the state’s two-year colleges offering training in high-demand fields remain slightly more expensive than their peers in the region, state data shows.
A 27-year-old man was ordered held Friday, Aug. 23, on $200,000 bond after he was accused of molesting a 4-year-old girl.
Scattered precipitation and higher than usual humidity in some areas has slowed the harvest of the U.S. spring wheat crop, which remains behind average, according to the latest crop reports.
In his first year, Jeffrey Thake, superintendent for Williston Public School District No. 1, focused on small pilot projects to show how personalized learning could work.
Summer is winding down and it’s a great time to get outside and take advantage of the warm weather before fall brings the cold back. Here are some things you can get out and take advantage of this weekend!
Jim Hendrickson is leading the charge on CalFrac’s giving-back activity this year. It involves mowing the lawns for five cancer patients in the community.
JAMESTOWN — The North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Legislative Committee voted 6-0 to approve contracting with a consulting firm to perform an evaluation study of the corrections systems statewide. The committee met at the James River Correctional Center…
MEDORA — Theodore Roosevelt’s first impressions of the Little Missouri Badlands were decidedly dour.
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Supreme Court dealt a blow to a state board seeking to prevent a Dakota Access Pipeline security firm from operating in the state without a license Thursday, Aug. 22, but the legal fight may not…
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Supreme Court has issued a ruling that throws out the life sentence of a Fargo man who was convicted for his role in the kidnapping of Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind’s baby.
FARGO — A Moorhead, Minn., man has pleaded guilty to murder in the fatal drive-by shooting of 20-year-old Gabriel Perez outside a McDonald’s restaurant in Fargo.
Police say a man arrested Tuesday on drug charges helped to move more than 16 pounds of methamphetamine into the area in about a year.


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