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Navy christens new attack submarine North Dakota

November 4, 2013 GROTON, Conn. (AP) — The U.S. Navy on Saturday christened its newest attack submarine, a $2. more »»

ND regulators close Mandan day care center

November 4, 2013 MANDAN (AP) — A day care center in Mandan has closed due to state safety violations. more »»

ND town OKs building ban to deter Aryan enclave

October 29, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — A white supremacist who is trying to take over the tiny southwestern North Dakota town of Leith said Monday he is being targeted by city officials who've proposed new ordinances aime... more »»

Cleanup of saltwater spill ongoing in western ND

October 29, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — A Houston-based energy company is cleaning up a saltwater spill on U.S. Forest Service land in the western North Dakota oil patch. The spill from a disposal line was discovered Oct. more »»

Hearing set on Red River diversion lawsuit

October 29, 2013 FARGO (AP) — A federal court hearing has been scheduled next month on whether the F-M Diversion Authority can intervene in a lawsuit by opponents of the planned Red River diversion around Fargo, N.D. more »»

MDU to buy power from southwest ND wind farm

October 29, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — Bismarck-based Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. has signed an agreement to buy electricity from a wind farm being built in southwestern North Dakota. more »»

Cowen named executive for state University System

October 29, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — A longtime employee of higher education has been named to an executive position in the North Dakota University System. more »»

North Dakota bishop exposes 100s to hepatitis A

October 25, 2013 FARGO (AP) — The bishop of the Fargo Catholic Diocese exposed potentially hundreds of churchgoers in two North Dakota cities to the hepatitis A virus in late September and early October. more »»

Fargo official: House bill important for diversion

October 25, 2013 FARGO (AP) — Proponents of a Red River diversion project said Thursday the decision by the U.S. more »»

Damage to Dakotas sunflower crop being determined

October 25, 2013 GRAND FORKS (AP) — The sunflower industry is working to determine the amount of damage to this year's crop in the nation's two top-producing state. more »»

Interim president to be named for Bismarck State

October 25, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota's Board of Higher Education is set to name an interim president for Bismarck State College. more »»

ND OKs new oil drilling plan near Roosevelt park

October 23, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota regulators on Tuesday approved a plan that will allow a company to drill for oil near Theodore Roosevelt National Park after resubmitting an application that moves its... more »»

Court overturns 2nd conviction in Beulah shooting

October 23, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — The North Dakota Supreme Court has overturned the conspiracy to commit murder conviction of a second man who stood trial for a fatal Beulah shooting. more »»

Census data show that ND is getting younger

October 23, 2013 FARGO (AP) — As the United States' population ages, North Dakota has found the fountain of youth, and experts say the state's booming economy is a key factor. more »»

Federal judge says PSC didn't violate federal law

October 23, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — A federal judge on Tuesday denied a request from environmental groups to strip North Dakota's Public Service Commission of the ability to govern surface mining in the state. U.S. more »»

O-negative blood donations needed in the Dakotas

October 18, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — United Blood Services is looking for people in the region to donate type O-negative blood, in part because of the recent blizzard in the western Dakotas. more »»

OSHA probing grain elevator worker death in Harvey

October 18, 2013 HARVEY (AP) — The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the death of a worker at a grain elevator in Harvey. more »»

Man accused of punching sister with brass knuckles

October 18, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — A North Dakota man is accused of punching his sister in the face with brass knuckles. more »»



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