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Diabetes is an increasing challenge in North Dakota with the number of known people with diabetes growing in recent years.
I appreciate how the old prayer goes, “Bless the food before us, the family beside us, and the love between us...”
WILLISTON — Started Fall 2016 by Student Life Coordinator, Karissa Kjos, the Teton Week of Welcome (WOW) begins its fourth installment on Sunday, Aug. 25 and runs until Friday, Aug. 30.
A disease once thought to have been eradicated in developed countries has become a newsmaker once again, with reported cases affecting various areas of North America.
Williston Vector Control will continue aerial and ground adulticide treatments the week of Aug. 17th through Aug. 23rd as needed, depending on trap counts, in the areas of Williston, Carolville, Grenora, and Ray. All aerial applications depend on favorable weather…
BISMARCK, N.D. – The North Dakota Oil and Gas Division was notified of a fire that occurred Saturday, August 17, 2019 at the Schilke 24-21-1H well, about five miles east of Alamo, North Dakota.
JAMESTOWN — Gov. Doug Burgum’s third annual Summit on Innovative Education had a clear message this week: Behavior is a major issue in the state and old models of discipline aren’t working.
Williston is diving into the international beef export market, but will still provide services to the local community and surrounding areas.
The charges against a McKenzie County vape shop owner charged in 2017 with several claims related to possessing and selling CBD oil products from his stores have been dismissed, according to documents filed with the Northwest Judicial District.
BISMARCK — Wyoming’s former transportation director is leaving his new job as a Chicago-area county administrator to lead the North Dakota Department of Transportation, Gov. Doug Burgum announced Friday, Aug. 16.
On Oct. 10, if those first passengers arriving at the new Williston Basin International Airport are feeling a little peckish from their flight, they’ll be able to enjoy a quick snack, a full meal or even a nice, frosty cold…
FARGO — The connections between North Dakota’s agricultural sector and its growing technology sector were highlighted at the 2019 State of Technology.
BISMARCK — Merchants have remitted more than $15 million to North Dakota since a U.S. Supreme Court ruling giving states authority to collect sales tax from remote or online retailers, the Bismarck Tribune reported.
STURGIS, S.D. — Eleven men were arrested in an undercover operation that targeted people using the internet to meet minors for sex during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, according to federal court records unsealed Tuesday, Aug. 13, and the spokeswoman for…
Overconsumption of energy is a problem that plagues many homeowners. Wasting energy can hurt homeowners’ bottom lines and the planet. But many homeowners aren’t aware just how much energy their homes are consuming and even wasting. That’s why a home…
Among the lesser-known stories from the Dylan and Duluth mythology is the Rolling Thunder Revue group vacation, as Louie Kemp describes it in his memoir “Dylan and Me: 50 Years of Adventures.” Dylan and friends, fresh from the mid-1970s carnival-esque…
VALLEY CITY — Ethelyn Smedshammer Paulson knew in her teens that she wanted to be a nurse, but the opportunity presented itself more quickly than she thought.
STURGIS, S.D. — A man and woman from North Dakota died of carbon monoxide poisoning in their makeshift camper at the Sturgis motorcycle rally, bringing the 2019 rally-related death toll from asphyxiation to three, the Rapid City Journal reported.
Some producers in North Dakota are short on forage following a long, cold winter and late spring that depleted supplies, while others have a surplus, thanks to timely rain.
BISMARCK — How involved the state should be in helping sustain small-town North Dakota grocery stores is an early question in a legislative study of rural food distribution.


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