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State investigating harassment charge against city of Rugby

September 22, 2014 RUGBY — The North Dakota Department of Labor and Human Rights is investigating a charge of discrimination filed by former public works employee Joel Engeland against the City of Rugby, according to ... more »»

From Berlin to Minot

September 21, 2014 The two U.S. Army soldiers had respect for one another. One was a sergeant and the other a lieutenant. more »»

Tax worries eased

September 21, 2014 The tax burden for American Indians around the nation may soon be lightened. On Friday, the U.S. Senate passed the Tribal General Welfare Exclusion Act introduced by Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D. more »»

Better than ever

September 21, 2014 Editor’s note: Pioneer Village is a Hometown Hit. Read more next weekend in “Hometown Hits and Misses” magazine. more »»

That’s a great pumpkin!

September 20, 2014 Wow! There’s not much else a person can say when viewing the monstrous pumpkin grown by Danny Gates. more »»

Day of Giving

September 20, 2014 About 40 employees with Baker-Hughes spent Minot’s Magical Day of Giving Friday with paint brushes in hand. more »»

‘Oil industry could be slowed’

September 20, 2014 WILLISTON (AP) — One of two remaining candidates for leader of North Dakota's oil-rich Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation said he would work to slow the pace of oil development if environmental... more »»

Special delivery

September 20, 2014 It was a full day of paying it forward and giving back to the community on Friday as Minot citizens participated in the Magic Day of Giving, the largest volunteer coordinated community service event... more »»

Judge rules that bank neighbors can move lawsuit forward

September 20, 2014 A district judge has declined to dismiss a lawsuit brought by neighbors of First Western Bank & Trust against the City of Minot. more »»

Legislators support bill for oil country

September 20, 2014 Minot would get about $50 million from a proposal to provide $800 million in “surge” funding to oil-impacted cities and counties, Sen. more »»

New energy bills to benefit N.D.

September 20, 2014 The U.S. House of Representatives passed a series of energy bills Thursday that will speed up the application process on federal land and move the United States closer to energy independence. more »»

Pals through paint, pottery

September 19, 2014 There are many artists who dream of and strive to have their work displayed in the Museum of Modern Art or other well-known art museums, but for artists Walter Piehl Jr. more »»

No. 1 economic engine

September 19, 2014 Agriculture may not get the attention the oil industry does in North Dakota, but the farmers and ranchers continue to be the No. 1 economic engine for the state. more »»

Heitkamp promotes servicemembers, families

September 19, 2014 WASHINGTON, D.C. – On the 67th anniversary of the creation of the Air Force, Sen. more »»

Senate passes bill to speed up oil permits

September 19, 2014 The U.S. Senate unanimously passed legislation Thursday meant to speed up the process of approving federal gas and oil drilling permits in North Dakota. more »»

Restoration old school style

September 19, 2014 MANFRED – More than 40 years after the school in Manfred closed its doors, a historical society is doing its best to make the historic building look as good as new. more »»

Water board to help improve Minot

September 19, 2014 The North Dakota State Water Commission has agreed to help finance flood control work that is being incorporated into Minot’s downtown infrastructure improvement project. more »»

Kenmare to host domestic violence conference

September 19, 2014 “Creating Communities of Care” is the theme of a conference on domestic violence and child abuse to be held Oct. 9 in Kenmare. more »»

Dirt yards violate city ordinance

September 19, 2014 Failing to landscape your yard could pose an environmental hazard. more »»

Official weight of state-record goldeye reduced

September 19, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota wildlife leaders have reduced the official weight of a huge goldeye caught by a 9-year-old Velva boy this summer, but it is still the biggest fish of its type ever caugh... more »»

 
 

 

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