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Police locate man wanted for failure to register as a sex offender
Bill to raise liability limits for political subdivisions, could bring higher premiums
Healing with Hunter: Program aims to help veterans through equine therapy
St. Paul cop indicted over dog bite during arrest
Pelosi moves to belittle and undercut Trump in shutdown fight
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‘Two wives’ craft show finds permanent home in Grand Forks
Plain Talk Podcast: Rep. Kelly Armstrong says Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is 'incredibly nice'
Major bug in Fortnite gave hackers access to millions of player accounts
Alerus Center to host comedian Jo Koy in April
Broadway legend Carol Channing dies at 97
Lost Italian: Healthy and delicious, Sicilian Pork Tenderloin is a one-pan delight
Jade rollers: Wrinkle-fighting wonder cure or sham?
Altru unveils mock-ups of new hospital rooms
He went to Waffle House to sober up. Workers dumped food on him and posted the humiliating video to Instagram.
North Dakota tick survey sees large uptick of samples. Here's what the health department found.
WATCH: UND pushes Summit League favorite to limit, falls 78-74
WEDNESDAY'S LOCAL SCOREBOARD
MILLER: SDSU's Mike Daum serves reminder of UND's need to get bigger
Daum dominates: UND pushes Summit League men's basketball power South Dakota State, but falls 78-74
Dosunmu, Illinois cruise past Minnesota
David E. Mehlhoff
Arnold N. Braaten
Doug Leier: Feeding is not a good way to help wildlife species get through the winter
Lake Sakakawea declared frozen
DNR ENFORCEMENT REPORT: Ice fishing, snowmobile enforcement continue to dominate winter workload
N.D. Game and Fish increases nonresident bow tag allotment
CWD battle heats up in Minnesota: Fatal deer disease keeps spreading, has crossed species
Letter: Voice of the people shouldn't be removed
Letter: No tax breaks for demolishing history
Mike Jacobs: Roosevelt's ND legacy deserves more
Our view: ND taxpayers need to see security costs
McFeely: Fargo-Moorhead diversion derailed, for now, by watershed board
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August 27, 2018
After tense year, Disney agrees to pay park workers $15 an hour
Classes at the University of Central Florida began last week, and Maddy Johnson still hadn't found enough money to buy her textbooks. The safari...
August 27, 2018 - 3:51pm
March 10, 2018
A matter of time? Debate begins over proposed $15 minimum wage in ND
FARGO—The general manager of Homewood Suites here feels fortunate to be spared from the turnover bug that commonly affects the hotel industry....
March 10, 2018 - 1:18pm
May 28, 2017
Editorial: Governor should take an annual salary
We start with a hearty cheer, hands cupped to our mouths and pointed westward. We doubt Gov. Doug Burgum will hear it all the way out in Bismarck, but if he does catch faint tones in the wind, he may seek an explanation. We cheer the governor because we appreciate his decision to...
May 28, 2017 - 7:00am
April 4, 2017
Report: ND ranks 5th worst for gender pay gap in nation
Fargo - Women in North Dakota make 71 cents to every $1 a man earns, giving the state the fifth worst rate in the nation. That comes from a...
April 4, 2017 - 8:48am
December 21, 2016
Port: Gov. Doug Burgum should just accept his salary already
During his campaign earlier this year Doug Burgum vowed to turn down his salary if elected governor.
December 21, 2016 - 2:33pm
June 11, 2016
In ND, new overtime rule will have bigger effect than in Minnesota
FARGO--North Dakota has one of the nation's highest rates of salaried workers who could benefit from a new federal overtime rule while Minnesota...
June 11, 2016 - 2:00pm
May 18, 2016
VIDEO: U.S. extends overtime pay to 4.2 million salaried workers
The Obama administration on Tuesday unveiled the final version of a long-awaited and controversial rule to extend overtime pay to 4.2 million...
May 18, 2016 - 11:58am
March 29, 2016
Burgum says he’d give back salary if elected N.D. governor
BISMARCK – Fargo businessman Doug Burgum will forgo his state salary if elected governor of North Dakota, the Republican said in his latest...
March 29, 2016 - 8:03pm
January 3, 2016
Top docs, retiring execs among highest paid at Sanford, Essentia
FARGO -- A variety of forces have driven consolidation in health care. One consequence is large salaries for executives running bigger organizations....
January 3, 2016 - 7:45am
July 8, 2015
School officials top lists of highest-paid local officials in GF, EGF
More than half of Grand Forks' 20 highest-paid public employees are school officials, with city and county employees filling in the rest of a...
July 8, 2015 - 12:15am
July 1, 2015
Dayton takes advantage of single-day window to raise commissioners' pay
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton handed state commissioners annual average raises of $29,000 Wednesday, admitting that Minnesotans cannot relate to...
July 1, 2015 - 11:00pm
June 10, 2015
City proposes highest staff salary increase in 10 years
A salary plan for the city of Grand Forks' 2016 budget shows a proposed 3.94 percent increase for city employees—the highest increase in 10 years. The proposed increase is exactly the calculated average of proposed 2016 salary adjustments in several cities across North Dakota,...
June 10, 2015 - 2:53pm
February 13, 2015
No love between Minnesota state government's top two Democrats
ST. PAUL -- It probably is a safe bet that Mark Dayton and Tom Bakk did not exchange Valentine's Day cards. By all accounts,...
February 13, 2015 - 5:34pm
January 23, 2015
County creates Human Resources Department
The Grand Forks County Commission has approved creating a Human Resources Department for county employees. The decision is part of an ongoing effort to address issues with compression -- when less experienced employees are paid as much as those with more experience -- in the county's...
January 23, 2015 - 7:32pm
December 10, 2014
East Grand Forks Police Officers filed grievance over pay difference
Two sergeants in the East Grand Forks Police Department have filed a grievance with the city because a newer sergeant is receiving a higher salary, according to City Administrator David Murphy. Murphy said Sgts. Michael Anderson and Steve DeMers filed a grievance because Sgt. Chris...
December 10, 2014 - 7:29pm