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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 »»

 
 
 
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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 »»

Cramer thwarts Sinner’s challenge

November 5, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — Republican Kevin Cramer has earned a second term in the U.S. House of Representatives. The 53-year-old Cramer defeated Democratic challenger George . more »»

Judge gives North Dakota 2 weeks to pay for loader

November 5, 2014 FARGO (AP) — A North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation agent and the state attorney general have two weeks to pay back a man for confiscating his pay loader and failing to return it as ordered... more »»

Methane could be challenge for oil industry

October 20, 2014 WILLISTON (AP) — Methane emissions will likely be the next big environmental issue to face North Dakota’s booming oil industry according to a top official at the state’s Department of Health. more »»

N.D. biologist trying to help butterflies

October 20, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — Ron Royer feels like he’s seeing an old friend when he spots a Dakota skipper in places where this small, hardy butterfly used to thriv. more »»

Small producers to be aided by new crop insurance

October 20, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — Small farmers and ranchers in North Dakota who once were unable to insure their crops will get a chance to do so in 2015 under a new insurance program. more »»

Police find pickup truck on fire, arrest N.D. man

October 20, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — Police in Bismarck say they have arrested a 30-year-old man in connection with a stolen pickup truck that authorities found on fir. more »»

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October 20, 2014 Apartment fire in Fargo being investigated FARGO (AP) — The Fire Department in Fargo is investigating the cause of a fire that damaged an apartment. more »»

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October 16, 2014 Harvest of N.D. wheat crops wrapping up FARGO (AP) — The harvest of North Dakota’s staple spring wheat crop has wrapped up, and farmers are nearly done seeding winter wheat. more »»

Two men charged in oil patch drug bust

October 8, 2014 WILLISTON (AP) — Two men are each charged with eight drug-related felonies after authorities in North Dakota's oil patch said they found more than $300,000 worth of narcotics in their possession. more »»

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October 7, 2014 Velva resident killed in crash Ariel Hystad, 22, of Velva, was killed in a rollover near Minot on Sunday evening. more »»

Federal grant to beef up ND school emergency plans

October 7, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — Dozens of North Dakota school districts might benefit from a one-time federal grant intended to help them plan for emergencies. more »»

Leaves aplenty

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Guard members to return from Kosovo

October 6, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — About 40 North Dakota Army National Guard soldiers will return to the U.S. Monday after a yearlong deployment in Kosovo. more »»

ND luxury man camps offer amenities for roughnecks

October 6, 2014 WILLISTON (AP) — Worker accommodations in North Dakota’s oil patch can be rough: Men sleep in tiny trailers with boarded windows, parked cars and overcrowded apartments. more »»

 
 
 

 

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