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April 8, 2015 Missouri River water releases cut because of less snow OMAHA, Neb. more »»

Lawmakers await revenue forecast

March 16, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — Slumping prices for oil and farm commodities have North Dakota lawmakers preparing for a lukewarm revenue forecast that will be used to craft the state's upcoming two-year budget. more »»

Northwest North Dakota residents urged to use boiled or bottled water

March 16, 2015 A break in a Western Area Water Supply Authority pipeline has caused the state department of health to urge residents in Divide and Burke counties including the towns of Crosby, Noonan, Fortuna and... more »»

Large North Dakota projects eye Missouri River for water

March 16, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — More than 54 billion gallons of water was pulled from the Missouri River and Lake Sakakawea in 2013, according to North Dakota State Water Commission data. more »»

Fight over Keystone XL project doesn't stall pipeline boom

March 16, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — In a far corner of North Dakota, just a few hundred miles from the proposed path of the Keystone XL pipeline, 84,000 barrels of crude oil per day recently began flowing through a... more »»


March 16, 2015 Anamoose man dies in Highway 52 accident A 48-year-old Anamoose man died around 4 a.m. Sunday in a one-vehicle accident on U.S. Highway 52 approximately two miles east of Anamoose. more »»

Percussion with pizzazz

March 8, 2015 Drums, cymbals, marimbas and more. Minot State University percussionists will present their Mid-Winter Concert tonight at 7:30 p.m. in Ann Nicole Nelson Hall, Minot State University. more »»

United Way is cycling for a cause

March 8, 2015 The Souris Valley United Way on Saturday held a stationary cycling event at the Minot Family YMCA, raising money to meet its $1 million goal for the year 2015. more »»

TransCanada responds to president’s Keystone XL comments

March 8, 2015 Mark Cooper, a spokesman for TransCanada, responded to President Obama’s remarks made Friday about the Keystone XL pipeline when he spoke to a group of students at a town hall meeting at Benedict... more »»

Senate approves $1.1B ‘surge funding’ bill

February 24, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — Legislation headed to Gov. Jack Dalrymple’s desk will move quickly to put $1.1 billion into highways and communities affected by North Dakota’s exploding growth due to oil development. more »»

Man runs from home as train derails nearby, engulfs property

February 24, 2015 ANSTED, W.Va. (AP) — Morris Bounds Sr. wanted to make sure his home was tidy when his wife was let out of the hospital, so he cleaned the kitchen and vacuumed their bedroom. more »»

N.D. briefs

February 24, 2015 U.S. 85 most dangerous highway in state BISMARCK (AP) — The main north-south artery in North Dakota’s oil patch is the most dangerous stretch of road in the state, newly released statistics show. U.S. more »»

Schools superintendent Kirsten Baesler arrested on assault charge

February 15, 2015 BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Police say North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler has been arrested on a preliminary assault charge and released after posting bond. more »»


February 15, 2015 Convicted bomb maker sent to prison for probation violation BISMARCK (AP) — A convicted bomb maker has been sentenced in federal court in Bismarck to serve a year in prison for violation terms of... more »»

Residents respond to new diversity

December 14, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — Job seekers and immigrants have brought a surge of diversity to North Dakota, but the arrival of many new people from diverse native lands often result in a few language gaps. more »»


December 14, 2014 Man dies in skid steer loader-train accident MANDAN – A 77-year-old Mandan man was killed when the Bobcat skid steer loader he was operating and a BNSF train collided Saturday near Mandan. more »»

Oil boom drives diversity

December 14, 2014 WILLISTON (AP) — Steel-toed boots and worn sneakers lined a hallway outside an auxiliary room in the Williston Public Library one recent Friday afternoo. more »»

Bogus agent to plead guilty

December 10, 2014 FARGO (AP) — A convicted con man who tried to pass himself off as an FBI agent to get perks in the North Dakota oil patch will plead guilty to an illegal weapons charge under an agreement filed in... more »»

Four N.D. colleges to get $10M training grant

December 10, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — The federal Labor Department is giving nearly $10 million to four North Dakota colleges to support technical programs tied to the energy, transportation and construction fields. more »»



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