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Corps tries to balance free speech, permit rules as pipeline opponents dig in for winter
U.S. says hackers probed voting systems, no sign of damage
Strongest hurricane since 2007 headed toward Jamaica, Cuba
'Totally new world': ND woman can breathe clearly after double lung transplant
As Norway's Arctic draws visitors, more polar bears get shot
crime and courts
Friday local scoreboard
UND HOCKEY PREVIEW: Reps from all eight title teams to be present for banner raising
UND HOCKEY PREVIEW: Who will be this year's Jack Eichel or Kyle Connor?
PREP FOOTBALL: PCW run past Fertile-Beltrami
UND HOCKEY PREVIEW: Who will play with Boeser on the top line?
HEALTH MATTERS: Weight gain could be serious issue
BOOKNOTES: 'The Burning of the White House:...
THE LIST: Guillermo Guardia, Festi-Fall Craft and Vendor Event, Popejoy and Strand Jazz Duo
East Grand Forks hosts Arts and Craft Fair this weekend
Norwegian men's choir and acclaimed trumpeter to perform Monday in Calvary Lutheran
Life & Style
Nathalie "Nat" Dickson
Yvonne J. Slominski
D. Gene Williams
Marit Kjellfrid Romsaas
OUTDOORS REPORT: Fall fishing starting up
Sierra Heyd's first deer
Trophy Room: Bob Olsen's first drake mallard
Trophy Room: Patrick Novak's moose
Trophy Room: Ashley Guzal's buck
VIEWPOINT: Why wolves need federal protections
LETTER: Measure 4 money wouldn't help most families
LETTER: Police disgrace--EMDASH--not distinguish--EMDASH--themselves at protest
CANDIDATE MARVIN NELSON: Invest Legacy Fund dollars in nitrogen plant
ROB PORT: State should butt out of willing seller, willing buyer land transactions
65th Wedding Anniversary
60th Wedding Anniversary
Joseph Kyle Nice
September 30, 2016
Carcinogen present, but in low levels in North Dakota water
An environmental advocacy group has published a report stating a cancer-causing substance could be in water systems servicing more than two-thirds of the U.S., including Grand Forks and wider North Dakota. The Environmental Working Group released its national findings on chromium-6,...
19 hours 25 min ago
Killdeer oilfield waste facility must close, clean up site
KILLDEER, N.D. — An oilfield waste treating plant north of Killdeer with a history of not complying with state rules must close after state...
19 hours 36 min ago
EU fast-tracks Paris climate deal to brink of entering into force
BRUSSELS, Belgium — European Union states agreed on Friday, Sept. 30, on a fast-track, joint ratification of the Paris accord to combat climate...
September 30, 2016 - 10:34am
September 27, 2016
Floods and farms fuel jump in methane emissions
BARCELONA—A sharp increase in methane, a potent greenhouse gas, in the Earth's atmosphere since 2007 is the result of higher emissions...
September 27, 2016 - 1:21pm
September 24, 2016
VIDEO: Realistic dinosaur model sheds light on camouflage
This little dinosaur could have made an easy meal for meat-eaters. But its colour and camouflage pattern may have helped the Psittacosaurus (pronounced...
September 24, 2016 - 5:00am
Yellowstone River reopens after deadly parasite killed thousands of fish
CODY, Wyo.—Montana reopened a stretch of the Yellowstone River to fishing and other recreational activities on Friday, Aug. 23, after...
September 24, 2016 - 1:00am
September 21, 2016
ExxonMobil unit to pay U.S., Montana $12 million to settle 2011 oil spill
WASHINGTON—An Exxon Mobil Corp affiliate has agreed to pay $12 million in natural resource damages to the federal government and the state...
September 21, 2016 - 2:29pm
September 19, 2016
Delay to new pipeline rules disappoints Helms, union
BISMARCK — North Dakota's top oil regulator says he is disappointed new rules for gathering pipelines won't take effect Oct. 1 as proposed,...
September 19, 2016 - 5:44pm
September 16, 2016
Florida sinkhole at Minnesota-based company site leaks radioactive water
A sinkhole spanning 45 feet in diameter opened at a Mosaic Co phosphate fertilizer facility in Florida, leaking 215 million gallons of "slightly...
September 16, 2016 - 2:29pm
September 13, 2016
Oil industry gets delay on new rules for berms, gathering pipelines
BISMARCK – New rules that would require berms to better contain spills from North Dakota oil well sites and impose sweeping regulations for...
September 13, 2016 - 6:24pm
September 12, 2016
Eco-Ed Camp offers lessons in nature
TURTLE RIVER STATE PARK, N.D.—Marty Egeland had the seventh-graders' attention even before he showed them his collection of antlers and...
September 12, 2016 - 5:36pm
September 10, 2016
Paradise lost: Study documents big decline in Earth's wilderness
WASHINGTON—Unspoiled lands are disappearing from the face of the Earth at an alarming pace, with about 10 percent of wilderness regions...
September 10, 2016 - 7:00am
September 6, 2016
Companies tout climate policies but fund climate change skeptics like Rep. Kevin Cramer
BOSTON/NEW YORK—U.S. companies that have expressed the most fervent public support for President Barack Obama's environmental agenda are...
September 6, 2016 - 10:03am
September 4, 2016
Gorillas draw closer and closer to extinction, conservation watchdog warns
OSLO—Illegal hunting in Democratic Republic of Congo has wiped out 70 percent of Eastern gorillas in the past two decades and pushed the...
September 4, 2016 - 7:00pm
September 1, 2016
Tribal consent at heart of court arguments over N.D. pipeline
BISMARCK — A federal judge will issue what could be a precedent-setting decision after hearing arguments Thursday on whether a Texas company...
September 1, 2016 - 7:13pm