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The Williston Community will have the spotlight shined on it when visitors from across the state stop by for the annual North Dakota Downtown Conference next week.
MANDAN — When an area military veteran died, his family followed his wishes to be buried in the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery, south of Mandan. A service with full military honors was held in the chapel at the cemetery, followed…
FARGO — Colleges and universities in the Upper Midwest are becoming more diverse, and if high school projections hold up, the region could see continued, significant growth for minorities in the coming years.
Secure Energy Services will need one more permit in addition to its state permit before it can lay claim to being the state’s first TENORM disposal facility.
DRAYTON, N.D. — The 40-year-old Drayton man accused of manslaughter in an alleged terrorizing incident that led to a woman being hit and killed by a car in Pembina County was found dead Monday morning, Aug. 19, the Pembina County…
BISMARCK — A Bismarck man wants to withdraw his guilty plea to murder in the stabbing death of his wife 13 years ago because he says the plea wasn’t clearly explained to him by his attorney.
DICKINSON — Just before 4:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 19, the body of Nicole E. Hanson, 46, was discovered in an evergreen tree row on the Dickinson State University property.
All but one school district in Williams County will be open by the end of the week, and most are seeing a continued increase in enrollment.
The Christian Awareness Committee at CHI St. Alexius Health collected school supplies to donate to local children from July 17 through Aug. 14. The mission of this program is to help our kids in the community to get all the…
Of the six states that lie in the Minneapolis Fed’s six-state region, North Dakota has been hit hardest by the trade war.
The Williston Fire Department is showing its support for the Muscular Dystrophy Association by helping to raise funds to help transform the lives of children and adults with muscular dystrophy, ALS and other muscle-debilitating diseases.
A fleet of robots flies overhead. A driverless car takes someone to the grocery store. A computer system can do a person's taxes from just a picture of a tax form.
When looking to quell hunger pangs that can pop up between meals, many people reach for snacks. Snacks can be a great way to prevent overeating at mealtime, but such benefits can be negated if people choose the wrong snacks.
Double double, toil and trouble...Entertainment Inc! stirred up some wicked fun with their inaugural Shakespeare in the Park presentation of Macbeth.
FARGO — Linda Shearer's home sits by the Red River, next to the bridge where it’s believed a hollowed-out dresser hiding the body of 22-year-old Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind was dumped in the water two years ago.
BISMARCK — The numbers of births and deaths in North Dakota were virtually unchanged from 2017 to 2018, according to recent data from the state’s Division of Vital Records.
BISMARCK — Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a leading candidate for her party's presidential nomination, called for revoking permits for the Dakota Access and Keystone XL oil pipelines Friday, Aug. 16.
DICKINSON, N.D. — A Stark County resident is tracing his German-Hungarian family's roots through a project called Preservation on the Prairie.
Sixty-eight percent of American households, or about 85 million families, own a pet, according to the 2017-2018 National Pet Owners Survey conducted by the American Pet Products Association. Canada’s Pet Wellness report indicates that approximately 35 percent of Canadian households…
BISMARCK — The American Indian tribe leading a federal lawsuit to try to shut down the Dakota Access Pipeline on Friday, Aug. 16, filed what amounts to its final legal argument in the three-year-old case.


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