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Don’t be alarmed if you see superheros, villains and visitors from a galaxy far, far away running through Spring Lake Park this weekend; they’re not filming the next big blockbuster, they’re raising money for a worthy cause.
One of the country’s premiere Western artists hails from right here in North Dakota, and the James Memorial Art Center is celebrating his life with a collection of his work.
Police say a 25-year-old man was sent nearly a pound of methamphetamine through UPS and tried to pick up the package, leading to felony drug charges.
Troy Walters, the superintendent of Grenora Public School District No. 99 who announced his resignation this week as part of a separation agreement with the district, will be the superintendent of another district next year.
It took Will Bernhagen 27 walking days to travel from Sheridan, Wyo., to the University of Jamestown campus.
Tires blow out as commercial jet tries to take off from Fargo airport
BISMARCK — North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum signed a final round of bills from the 2019 legislative session, his office said Thursday, May 2, but he vetoed language altering how policymakers account for Legacy Fund earnings.
Occupational therapy may sound like something exclusive to people who are injured on the job. Though occupational therapy helps people in the workplace every day, it also helps men and women, including those with arthritis, perform everyday activities that may…
BISMARCK — Gov. Doug Burgum on Thursday, May 2, signed the last 53 bills remaining from the 2019 North Dakota legislative session, including one reforming civil asset forfeiture.
Williston State College sophomore Chris Flores has taken on what may seem impossible; Flores has gone paperless.
Bakken Elementary students are learning an important lesson in making a difference in the lives of their friends, family and most importantly, themselves.
A woman who admitted selling heroin to support her own drug habit will have to complete three years of supervised probation, a judge ordered Wednesday, May 1.
North Dakota’s 2019 paddlefish season kicked off at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, May 1, and by 7:30 the first fish was on the scale.
A Warwick, N.D., man will proceed to sentencing on a second-degree murder charge for killing a woman on the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation more than three years ago.
BISMARCK — A North Dakota bill reducing penalties for possessing small amounts of marijuana is not expected to significantly alter judicial practices or blunt legalization efforts.
Fire destroys apartment building on ND reservation
A woman who was sexually assaulted by a Lyft driver in August said her decision to use the ride-hailing service "turned out to be a life-altering nightmare."
YANKTON, S.D. — Josh and Deanna Johnson completed a 2,400-head swine nursery near Volin last summer, but not without pushback from the Yankton County Planning and Zoning Commission and county residents.
What is inflammation? Inflammation comes from the Latin words “into the flame” like how moths are drawn to sustaining warmth of a springtime campfire and harmful self-destruction if they get too close. Inflammation is a natural phenomenon that can encourage…
The Odd Fellows Fort Buford Lodge No. 18 and the Grand Lodge of North Dakota are sponsoring three local students on the annual Odd Fellows and Rebekahs Pilgrimage for Youth.


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