Mike Nowatzki reports for Forum News Service. He can be reached at (701) 255-5607.
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North Dakota farm leaders called on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday to withdraw a proposed rule to clarify the Clean Water Act or at least extend the public comment period, warning the rule could have deep impacts on farmers and ranchers.
More than 35 years after he was convicted of murdering his estranged wife and a 16-year-old girl from West Fargo, Gary Dean Olson had one chance Monday to make his case for parole.
North Dakota’s lignite coal industry bristled Monday at the Obama administration’s plan to curb greenhouse gas emissions from existing power plants, calling it “a recipe for disaster” that could lead to higher electricity prices and a less reliable energy grid.
A white supremacist who pleaded guilty to terrorizing and menacing residents in the small North Dakota town of Leith should learn by mid-June whether the state of Missouri will accept his probation transfer.
Backers of a proposed ballot measure that would change North Dakota’s pharmacy ownership law to open the door to national retail pharmacies such as Wal-Mart and Walgreens hope to collect the necessary signatures in time to get the measure on the November ballot.
BISMARCK – Native American leaders appealed to North Dakota lawmakers Thursday for a seat on the State Water Commission and access to its water project grants to address the lack...
BISMARCK – An engineering study of potential routes for the Red River Valley Water Supply Project confirms that the northern route endorsed by project backers provides the best chance for...
The Democratic candidate for secretary of state joined a conservative activist Wednesday in urging North Dakota voters to reject a proposal that both said could have a chilling effect on voter-driven ballot measures.
A new law allowing police to arrest people who are drunk and disruptive was passed unanimously Tuesday by the City Council in Moorhead.
The North Dakota Industrial Commission awarded 17 grants totaling $2.5 million Tuesday from the state’s Outdoor Heritage Fund, less than half the amount doled out during the first grant round in January.