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BISMARCK – A search committee that initially considered only internal candidates for the next director of the North Dakota Historical Society but later opened up the search amid objections to...
A judge here increased bond to $3,000 cash and ordered electronic monitoring Thursday for a Fargo man who was convicted of animal cruelty and now stands accused of violating his probation by possessing horses and a mule.
After a soggy event Saturday that proved North Dakotans won’t let a little rain ruin a good party, those in charge of the 125th celebration of statehood are looking forward to the official Nov. 2 commemoration.
A wind energy project that’s been in the works since 2008 won final approval Wednesday from the North Dakota Public Service Commission. The three-member panel voted unanimously to grant an order of public convenience and necessity for the Border Winds project, which will consist of 66 wind turbines north of Rolla, N.D., near the U.S.-Canada border.
The Obama administration’s drug czar chose North Dakota oil country on Tuesday to unveil the White House’s updated strategy for fighting illicit drug movement on the U.S.-Canada border, highlighting the “emerging threat” posed by synthetic drugs and drug trafficking in the Bakken oilfield region.
A man convicted of animal cruelty and mistreatment in the deaths of more than 100 horses was arrested Monday after a search of his north Fargo residence uncovered a horse and a mule in his backyard – his second alleged probation violation in the past three weeks.
In a split vote Thursday, the North Dakota Public Service Commission approved a wind turbine farm in Adams County that eventually could provide enough power for more than 50,000 homes.
The North Dakota Public Service Commission is requesting more than half a dozen new employees in its 2015-17 budget to monitor the state’s growing number of oil pipelines and railroad traffic that has increased with oil-by-rail shipments.
The North Dakota Capitol will put on its best face for Saturday’s pre-birthday party celebrating 125 years of statehood.
Evoking memories of the 2012 diploma mill scandal and suicide at Dickinson State University and more recent missteps by higher education officials, House Majority Leader Al Carlson on Wednesday downplayed fears that a November ballot measure would put the accreditation of North Dakota’s public colleges and universities at risk.