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A judge has delayed the sentencing of a man convicted earlier this year of continuous sexual abuse of a child after the victim was unable to attend a hearing Wednesday, Nov. 6.
November is Native American Heritage Month, and the Williston Community Library is honoring Native American culture in our area with a special presentation.
Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota is commemorating 100 years of service this week with celebrations taking place across the state.
BISMARCK — A Bismarck woman has been charged in Stark County with three counts of felony child endangerment.
JAMESTOWN — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has delayed decreases to releases from Pipestem and Jamestown dams that were announced late last week, it announced Monday, Nov. 4.
SIDNEY — The MonDak is already dealing with a number of herbicide-resistant weeds, from kochia to wild oats and Russian thistle. It will likely soon add another to the list — Palmer amaranth.
BISMARCK — Future funding remains unclear for the U.S. Highway 85 four-lane expansion from Belfield to Watford City through the heart of North Dakota’s Bakken Oil Patch, but construction in the Long X Bridge area is humming along.
GRAND FORKS — Enrollment in the University of North Dakota’s College of Engineering and Mines is on the rise, as are cross-campus collaborations.
A passing comment during a District 8 board meeting Monday night ruffled a few feathers in Williams County, and prompted Chairman David Montgomery to speak out during the commission meeting, for the public record.
The North Dakota County Auditors Association has launched a contest for fourth graders to design a new “I Voted” sticker for use in the 2020 election and into the future.
An attack on American citizens in the northern Mexican state of Sonora has left at least nine dead and multiple others injured.
A soil microbiologist and a pollination expert are among several new positions that the USDA-ARS unit in Sidney is in the process of hiring now that a hiring freeze appears to have melted away.
The school board for Williams County Public School District No. 8 voted unanimously Monday, Nov. 4, to give $3 million to help Williston Public School District No. 1 expand Williston High School.
In a small room that could barely fit half of the state legislators who were visiting Williston on Monday, Oct. 4, for an Interim Education Committee hearing, those self-same lawmakers heard about how 2,000 seedlings will be grown under light…
A Grand Forks video gaming tournament drew hundreds of people Saturday, Nov. 2, to the Alerus Center — and one so-called gaming deity.
BISMARCK — The North Dakota State Library broke the law by miscategorizing certain expenses over the last two years, according to an audit released Monday, Nov. 4.
FARGO — The union of MeritCare Health System and Sanford Health created a health care behemoth that overnight expanded to cover 130,000 square miles in parts of five states and revenues of $1.9 billion.
WEST FARGO — There’s a lot on the line as West Fargo couple Ernie and Gail Brookins stand up to global construction equipment giant Caterpillar.
The Williston Hospital Auxiliary is helping CHI St. Alexius meet patients needs by donating a large some towards the purchase of new equipment.
MINOT, N.D. — The melodious song of the state bird, once common across all of North Dakota, is today seldom heard. The Western meadowlark is one of many species of songbirds whose numbers are in steep decline.


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