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Steam plant Manager Craig Machart uses a welding mask to examine a stoker unit at the University of North Dakota facility on Wednesday, October 18. Nick Nelson / Forum News Service
UND exploring major overhaul of steam plant infrastructure
4 hours 5 min ago
Weather Talk: Northward-flowing Red River is not weird at all
4 hours 52 min ago
October 18, 2017
Transgender activist to hold Q&A session at NDSU
12 hours 5 min ago
Head of metro area transportation policy group dies unexpectedly
12 hours 6 min ago
Fargo library to host activities for kids Thursday and Friday
12 hours 39 min ago
Mississippi River shoreline golf course for sale after owner sexually harasses workers
12 hours 40 min ago
Free dental screenings offered to the homeless
12 hours 42 min ago
On Wednesday, Oct. 18, landowners Arlene and Alton Nitschke stand next to Hay Creek as it runs through their 42 acres of land south of Bismarck. The Nitschkes are appealing a permit granted to the Burleigh County Water Resource District allowing the implementation of a drain tile system for a housing subdivision located to the north to pump possible contaminated ground water into Hay Creek. Mike McCleary / Bismarck Tribune
Bismarck-area landowners protest dumping of possibly 'contaminated' groundwater
12 hours 43 min ago
 North Dakota Lt. Gov. Brent Sanford speaks about the Main Street Initiative at the annual North Dakota Downtown Conference at the Fargo Theatre on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017. David Samson / The Forum
Governor's Main Street Initiative seeks funding to revive North Dakota towns
12 hours 43 min ago
Sara Lafleur-Vetter, middle, a photojournalist and filmmaker for London-based The Guardian, talks with her attorney, Amanda Harris, right, in a Morton County courtroom in Mandan during Lafleur-Vetter's trial for three misdemeanors related to the Dakota Access Pipeline protest on Oct. 22, 2016, in Morton County. On the left is a co-defendant Tyrale Spotted Bear. Mike McCleary / Bismarck Tribune
Guardian journalist acquitted of charges during 2016 DAPL protest
12 hours 48 min ago
Miss North Dakota Lizzie Jensen places a ring on the head of Ethan Geffre while at Sunrise Elementary in Bismarck on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 18. Looking on are students, from left, Ashlynn Kautzman, Aiden Trotter, Seth Buchholtz and Jack Julson. Tom Stromme / Bismarck Tribune
Miss North Dakota shares awareness of bullying, mental health
13 hours 42 min ago
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Huge floating bog that damaged docks still on northern Minn. lake
15 hours 51 min ago
A Mitchell police vehicle sits outside of a home on the 900 block of East Third Avenue Wednesday morning. Sara Bertsch / Forum News Service
SD man violated no-contact order, killed woman by asphyxiation, police say
16 hours 6 min ago
City hires consulting firm to study pay scales
16 hours 18 min ago
North Dakota granted Real ID waiver
18 hours 24 min ago
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