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Rob Port: Rosy report on NDSU's fiscal health is based on private foundation's money, not NDSU's
Fort Totten school recognized for safe culture
East Grand Forks making progress on rebuilding financial reserves
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Griggs County Commission violated open meeting laws to discuss courthouse
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LEGION BASEBALL: Park River making another title bid
UND FOOTBALL: UND up to 3 commits for 2017
LEGION BASEBALL: Same lineup, different obstacles for Thompson
Philadelphia's plan for quarterback Carson Wentz is a redshirt year
LEGION BASEBALL: Small numbers, big success for Devils Lake
Shiny Thing: 'Young Justice' is no 'Justice League,' but you don't have to catch the Idiot Ball to like it
Whip a good smoothie
When it comes to beard oil, a little dab’ll do ya
Off the Record: 'Ghostbusters' did not ruin your childhood; it's enjoyable and revitalizes the franchise
North Dakota woman uses food to tell a story on her YouTube cooking channel
life & style
Josephine (Schaefer) Cunningham
Robert Errol "Sal" Soltvedt
Orville M. Thoreson
Daryl Charles Miller
Jan T. Davis
Marlene Sauve walleye
Kellen Johnson walleye
In search of monster trout in Saskatchewan's Tazin Lake: Boating a monster
Group on northern Minnesota lake rescues young bald eagle tangled in rope
Consider the catfish: swimming tongues with sensitive noses
LETTER: Don't blame coal-plant's closure on wind energy
OUR OPINION: Lawmakers should loosen North Dakota's Voter ID law
LETTER: North Dakota's high taxes push oil activity to other states
LETTER: Politically correct bureaucrats replace historic North Dakota signs
LETTER: Rescind North Dakota's support for constitutional convention
50th Wedding Anniversary
January 8, 2016
Year after North Dakota’s worst pipeline spill, same system leaks again
WILLISTON, N.D. – The company responsible for North Dakota's largest pipeline spill reported another leak on the same pipeline system Friday. Meadowlark Midstream, a subsidiary of Summit Midstream, reported Friday that 187 barrels, or 7,854 gallons, of saltwater leaked from...
January 8, 2016 - 8:00pm
January 7, 2016
American Indian treaty rights protesters charged
Authorities charged American Indian treaty rights activists late last month in connection to a protest last summer, giving them a pathway through the court case to assert their purported right to harvest fish and wild rice on ceded territory.
News/crime and courts
January 7, 2016 - 9:17pm
January 5, 2016
Anti-government militiamen press standoff at Oregon wildlife refuge
A standoff at a remote U.S. wildlife center in Oregon rolled into a fourth day on Tuesday with self-styled militiamen vowing to press on with...
News/crime and courts
January 5, 2016 - 4:24pm
December 29, 2015
Feds plan to approve American Prairie Reserve's bison-grazing request
MALTA, Mont. -- The Bureau of Land Management has approved a request from the American Prairie Reserve to change a grazing permit on the...
December 29, 2015 - 9:00pm
December 11, 2015
U.S. top court to decide federal water permit dispute
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to decide whetherproperty owners can challenge the federal government in court when told they need sometimes...
News/crime and courts
December 11, 2015 - 8:30pm
Oil tax compact remains unsigned with tribe
A longstanding oil tax compact between the Three Affiliated Tribes and North Dakota needs updating, but the tribes appear to be in no hurry to...
December 11, 2015 - 8:20pm
November 18, 2015
Leith mayor won’t let empty lot go to wrong person
CARSON, N.D. — Leith Mayor Ryan Schock had his checkbook ready Tuesday, prepared to buy an empty lot in town that was sold for...
November 18, 2015 - 11:00pm
November 12, 2015
Minnesota farmers can get money to help butterflies
Federal authorities are ready to give farmers in Minnesota and nine other states money to help save the iconic monarch butterfly.
November 12, 2015 - 4:15pm
November 3, 2015
Nebraska town citizens pay taxes on property to keep white supremacist Cobb out
RED CLOUD, Neb. -- A resident of Red Cloud, Neb., expressed relief that white supremacist Craig Cobb won't be moving in after private...
November 3, 2015 - 9:12pm
Wheat growers tackle acreage losses
Enough is enough, says the National Association of Wheat Growers, which is working on a new plan to combat the long decline in U.S....
November 3, 2015 - 7:00am
September 22, 2015
Minnesota tribes meet in Red Lake for economic development summit
Reservation grounds may never be restored to their former glory across the state of sky-tinted water--Minnesota. But, that doesn't mean the lands...
September 22, 2015 - 11:15pm
September 17, 2015
Man cleans up cemetery in the middle of farm field near Fergus Falls
A Perham man has been on a mission the last two years. Giving a voice and a name to those buried in a forgotten cemetery outside of Fergus Falls....
September 17, 2015 - 5:45pm
While crop prices fall land values still holding up
WEST FARGO, N.D. -- Crop prices have tumbled, but farmland values are holding up OK, at least for now, an industry veteran says. "The sky isn't falling," says Brent Qualey, real estate salesman and appraiser with Farmers National Co. "We will survive." Qualey spoke...
September 17, 2015 - 7:15am
September 12, 2015
Research near Williston seeks best ways to rehabilitate cropland disturbed by pipelines
Drive past an area where a pipeline has been put into a farmer’s field, and it is quite likely even your untrained eye can spot the difference...
September 12, 2015 - 9:04pm
September 8, 2015
USDA agencies survey finds nonfarmers own 80 percent of rented farmland
Eighty percent of rented U.S. farmland is owned by nonfarmers, the U.S. Department of Agriculture says. Nonfarmers own the majority of rented farmland in North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota, too, say the National Agricultural Statistics Service, or NASS, and the Economic...
September 8, 2015 - 6:20am