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I love personalized license plates. I especially like the ones that so creatively use the sound of letters or numbers to build their plate - plates like N2 COWS or GR8T or 4SAKEN. My dad often talks a... Posted on 2/28/12 at 8:34 PM
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I'm kind of a license plate buff. And while I personally don't have specialized plates, I do enjoy checking out different plates while making my appointed rounds. I'm especially a fan of the plates th... Posted on 4/29/11 at 11:23 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.
Does North Dakota have any requirement when you need to change license plates after moving here from another state? I see people that are long-term employees who have purchased homes in our area, but continue to have out-of-state plates. Since they own a home and work here full time, shouldn’t their vehicle be licensed here?
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has signed bills approving 11 new special license plates, including one that would feature a "Don't Tread On Me" slogan to commemorate the tea party and send donations toward the movement.
Down in Bismarck, the fire department has been asking citizens to adopt a fire hydrant and clear the snow around it. When I asked Grand Forks Fire Chief Pete O’Neill about a need for adoption, he said he thinks they are all OK. Of course, the fire department asks that homeowners clear out the snow around fire hydrants.
If proclaiming ILOVGOD on a North Dakota license plate is acceptable, a plate reading ISNOGOD should also be approved, a Fargo man is arguing after his application for the atheistic plate was rejected.
Bernadette Monroe was one of the first to receive North Dakota’s new Gold Star family license plate. It reads “Honor,” in honor of her 20-year-old son, Anthony, who was killed in 2004 while serving with the Army Reserves in Iraq.
A Las Vegas man won a courtroom battle Wednesday with the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles over his "HOE" license plate, which the agency tried to cancel on grounds that he was using a slang reference to prostitutes.
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