STORM TRACKER More Data is a Good Thing
In the past few years the state of North Dakota has added several automatic weather reporting sites to smaller airports. Places like Valley City, Rugby, Cooperstown, Langdon, Walhalla, Oakes among oth... Posted on 1/8/13 at 1:12 PM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: Insurance cap gives state $73 million
By Danielle Nordine
A temporary profit cap on health care companies will mean a return of about $73 million to federal and state governments, Gov. Mark Dayton announced Tuesday.
Human Services Commi... Posted on 4/3/12 at 10:46 PM
THE NEW FORTY Crashed computers and Grandma Lil - perhaps it is half true.
My NDSU laptopfroze upunceremoniously yesterday. When I had to shut it off and restart it, I was a bit put-out andirritated. Then I learned -after about a dozen attempts to restart it that ended in wh... Posted on 1/30/12 at 10:43 AM
THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND a helping hand...or wing...or foot
We depend on hunters/citizens to help with data collection and before we ask, let me say THANK YOU. Now, about that:
TheNorth Dakota Game and Fish Department is asking grouse hunters for help with bi... Posted on 9/7/10 at 12:18 PM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Worthington Man Involved in Collision
The St. Cloud Times reports today that a Worthington man, Ronald Westley, was involved in an accident in St. Cloud.... Posted on 3/23/10 at 11:55 AM
Law enforcement officers looked up more than 1.4 million driver's license records last year, yet the state does little monitoring of the records searches to ensure the database isn't being misused, the state Legislative Auditor said Wednesday.
Under a new policy, AT&T has started cutting their data speeds as part of an attempt to manage data usage on its network. AT&T has some 17 million customers with "unlimited data" plans that can be subject to throttling, representing just under half of its smartphone users.
ST. PAUL — The state of Minnesota says its agencies have stopped using a Texas company to verify the identities of new employees. Minnesota Public Radio reported that state officials are concerned that some 500 employees’ names, birth dates and Social Security numbers may have been accessible on the company’s Web site.
A Minneapolis man has been indicted on animal terrorism charges in Iowa, according to an indictment unsealed Thursday. The indictment charges Scott Ryan DeMuth with one count of conspiring to commit animal enterprise terrorism and cause economic damage exceeding $10,000. It said the acts DeMuth is accused of committing occurred between Nov. 9, 2004, and Nov. 20, 2004.
Forum Communications/Associated Press
, November 20, 2009
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