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Burgum, Cramer comment on queen’s passing

Gov. Doug Burgum and Sen. Kevin Cramer released statements on the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, who died Thursday at the age of 96. “Queen Elizabeth II served the Commonwealth with grace, dignity and compassion for a remarkable 70 years, inspiring ...

Youthworks facility in Minot  earns certification

North Dakota’s Health and Human Services agency announced Wednesday that the Youthworks facility in Minot has become certified to provide temporary shelter for children ages 10-17 to help prevent foster care placements. Certification means the facility can receive state funding. Youthworks ...

State hosts discussion long-term care options

BISMARCK – North Dakota’s Health and Human Services agency is inviting older adults, adults with physical disabilities and others to a discussion and listening session on Sept. 15 from 1-3 p.m., focusing on the state’s progress expanding access to in-home and community-based long-term ...

Delineator project modified

BISMARCK – The North Dakota Department of Transportation is delaying its highway safety delineator project to implement a design change. The design change will accommodate wider equipment on state highways. In addition, delineators installed this summer on two-lane state highways where the ...

Energy Game Day set for Sept. 17 at Minot State University

The Minot-area community is invited to Energy Game Day at Minot State University’s First Western Bank Field at Herb Parker Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 17. Tailgating will start at 9 a.m. with food and family-friendly entertainment. Energy Game Day will feature food and fun provided by ...