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Arikara employs technology to revitalize language

March 23, 2014 A language is a reflection of who its speakers are as people, conveying as it does their customs, beliefs and daily habits for a particular time and place. more »»

State tax talks

March 22, 2014 Efforts to reform North Dakota’s tax system are moving forward as tax collections continue to come at higher than forecasted rates, according to the chairman of the Legislature’s interim taxation... more »»

Sakakawea reservoir on the rise

March 22, 2014 Lake Sakakawea has been on the rise for several days, so much so that water levels are on pace to exceed projections issued earlier this month. According to the U.S. more »»

Kenmare woman charged with murder

March 22, 2014 The mother of a 13-year-old boy who died Jan. 12 has been charged with murder. more »»

Minot student wins state spelling bee

March 22, 2014 Madeline Rickert, a seventh-grader at Erik Ramstad Middle School in Minot, won the state spelling bee in Bismarck on Friday, said her father, John Rickert. more »»

A launch fit for a Rocket

March 21, 2014 The new Erik Ramstad Middle School rocket-launched into the community on Thursday afternoon as a dedication ceremony and open house was held to show off the new facility high atop North Hill Minot. more »»

ND oil pipeline break leaks 800 barrels of crude

March 21, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — Officials say a broken oil pipeline in northwestern North Dakota spilled almost 34,000 gallons of crude. more »»

Kenmare woman charged with murder

March 21, 2014 The mother of a 13-year-old boy who died Jan. 12 has been charged with murder. more »»

FEMA urges homeowners to consider flood insurance

March 21, 2014 The average damage expense on a 2,000-square-foot home from six inches of water: $39,150. more »»

Passed with flying colors

March 21, 2014 Both wings at Minot Air Force Base – the 5th Bomb Wing and the 91st Missile Wing – did exceptionally well during large-scale nuclear inspections this year. more »»

Hoeven seeking to retain missile silos

March 21, 2014 Sen. John Hoeven on Thursday updated members of Task Force 21 in Minot about his efforts to press the Pentagon to retain missile silos in the Upper Midwest. more »»

Pioneer Village safe for now

March 21, 2014 North Central District Court Judge William McLees has ordered that the Ward County Historical Society’s Pioneer Village can remain on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds, at least for now. more »»

Race to stop water leaks

March 21, 2014 If you have water leaking from faucets, showerheads or worn toilet flappers, in one average American home the U.S. more »»

NAWS looks to expand water treatment capacity

March 20, 2014 An expansion of the Minot Water Treatment Plant has become a priority of the Northwest Area Water Supply project as the city of Minot continues to grow. more »»

Results of missile officers’ cheating scandal to be released shortly

March 20, 2014 The results of an investigation of missile officers involved in a test cheating scandal at a Montana base and the completion of a force improvement plan will be released shortly, an Air Force... more »»

Welcomed assistance

March 19, 2014 Rice Lake property owners welcome any financial relief they can get in their flood battle, and they got one from the Ward County Commission Tuesda. more »»

Falling for scams

March 19, 2014 Scam artists have been clever enough to bilk unsuspecting North Dakotans out of thousands and sometimes hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to Judy Austad, investigator in the Consumer... more »»

Lottery signup to begin for Washington Townhomes units

March 19, 2014 Lottery signup will be held next week for leases on the first eight units opening in May in a southeast Minot affordable housing complex. more »»

 
 

 

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