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Bismarck soup kitchen that helps homeless seeking new home

April 21, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — A Bismarck soup kitchen that serves the homeless is now looking for a new home. more »»


April 21, 2015 Board to discuss possible nominations to National Register BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota’s State Historic Preservation Review Board is meeting this week to review nominations to the National Register... more »»

S.C. paper wins Pulitzer for reporting on domestic violence

April 21, 2015 NEW YORK (AP) — The Post and Courier of Charleston, S.C. more »»

Feds arrest man after finding woman’s body outside apartment

April 21, 2015 FORT YATES (AP) — A North Dakota man is in custody after being accused by federal authorities of sexually assaulting a woman who was later found dead. more »»

Dalrymple signs bill for enhanced pipeline safety

April 21, 2015 BISMARCK — Gov. Jack Dalrymple on Monday signed into law House Bill 1358, legislation that will strengthen the state’s regulatory oversight of gathering pipelines for produced water and crude oil. more »»


April 21, 2015 Hoeven says CP Rail to modify operations in Enderlin ENDERLIN (AP) — U.S. Sen. John Hoeven says Canadian Pacific Railway has committed to keeping a key thoroughfare un-blocked in the city of Enderlin. more »»

Top N.D. teacher facing trial on student sex charges

April 19, 2015 FARGO (AP) — A former North Dakota teacher of the year is due to stand trial on charges alleging he had a sexual relationship with an underage student several years ago. more »»

Gold prospecting resurfaces as recreational activity

April 19, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — Long after the days of the Gold Rush, the glitter of gold still lures a new kind of prospector, including those from the North Dakota Gold Prospecting Association. more »»

Group trying to stop Fargo from killing tree-eating beavers

April 18, 2015 FARGO (AP) — A group of residents in Fargo is pushing back against a city plan to trap and kill beavers that are chopping down and killing trees along the Red Rive. more »»


April 18, 2015 UND to offer state’s 1st online Chinese language courses GRAND FORKS (AP) — The University of North Dakota will be offering online Chinese language courses beginning this summer. more »»

Student’s mystery death raises doubts on drug informer use

April 9, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — Nearly a year after North Dakota college student Andrew Sadek’s body was found in a river with a bullet in the head, his mother still struggles with how her shy son who liked to bowl... more »»

Idea for new home for N.D. governor won’t die

April 9, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — Despite dropping oil prices and increased pressure to bridle spending, some North Dakota lawmakers have not given up on the idea of building a new $5 million governor’s residence on... more »»

Region briefs

April 9, 2015 Library to close for maintenance As a part of a flood hazard mitigation project under way at the Minot Public Library, the electricity will be shut off in order to install a generator on Friday. more »»

U.S. agency: Oil company could have prevented ND worker death

April 9, 2015 WILLISTON (AP) — A Houston-based oil company could have prevented a 28-year-old Alabama man’s death by properly maintaining the water hauling tank that exploded while he was working in it in North... more »»

Former ND gov. ‘probably’ considered gays in 1981 policy

April 8, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — Former North Dakota Go. more »»

ND Senate OKs bill expanding places firearms may be carried

April 8, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota’s Senate overwhelmingly endorsed sweeping pro-gun legislation on Tuesday that expands the places where a concealed-carry permit holder can pack a gun, including public... more »»

Region briefs

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 »»



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