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Minot commander who lost job over missing weapons reassigned; machine gun discovered during search warrant
73 new US citizens in North Dakota: 'It's just made me feel like I'm actually part of something great'
Woman riding bicycle killed in crash with SUV northwest of Fargo
Rising Missouri River water levels put Bismarck, Mandan on alert
ND delegation reacts to Trump's border executive order
Optical Store Grand Opening
Moore Engineering makes ENR's list of Top 500 Design Firms
Intelligent InSites Promotes Derrick Olson as Senior Vice President of Engineering
Holaday Promoted at Western State Bank
Bethany Wall Joins Town & Country Credit Union as Commercial Loan Officer
Place a Business Announcement
Commentary: Governor Burgum says he’d send National Guard troops to the border if asked
Schools of Thought: One loss doesn't wipe out many wins
Letter: Artificial turf is needed in the bond
Commentary: Charging legislative candidate Duane Sand with a crime for making a false statement in a political ad is a travesty
Kevin Stands With ND Farmers
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'A fervor for life that was undeniable': Brian Johnson, former owner of historic ND dance hall, dies
VFW cruises into new home
‘I am the first’: Full gender reassignment surgery believed to be the first in North Dakota
Miss America Cara Mund speaks to ND Girl Scouts about her time in the group
Remembering Jacob Quam: The story behind Coffee 33
Forum preps podcast talks about the top moments from the spring sports season
Pistorius, Gravdahl break record, Packers named MVPs in Badlands Bowl
Tri Go Far Triathlon debut scheduled at West Fargo's Hulbert Aquatic Center
Chwialkowski stands out in all-star volleyball match
Post 2 comes back twice to sweep West Fargo
For two boys, fishing season is already here
Local beverage specialists offer ideas on what to pair with seasonal candy
Duluth flight instructor passes on her love of the sky
3 festive holiday drinks straight from a Fargo mixologist
Newlyweds find cozy comfort in smallest house in Grand Forks
home & garden
red river valley fair
Lake Winnibigoshish back to being a walleye wonderland
ATV group celebrates birthday of leader, 92, with 50-mile ride
SD river study puts monetary reward tags on catfish
Bison charges, gores 59-year-old woman at Yellowstone National Park
Lake Sakakawea's rise exceeding expectations
Iris Straburg Roberts
James "Jim" Somsen
Oliver Ray Moffet III
Craig Michael Farmer
April 6, 2018
Need for abandoned mine program continues in ND, but future uncertain
BISMARCK—About $1.6 million will be dedicated this year to stabilize collapsing underground coal mines in central and western North Dakota,...
April 6, 2018 - 9:56pm
April 4, 2018
State makes recommendations on federal carbon regulations
BISMARCK—The public has until April 26 to comment on the proposed repeal of Obama-era regulation of carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants. For North Dakota's part, state environmental health regulators are calling for repeal and a new rule that would be driven...
April 4, 2018 - 6:12pm
February 16, 2018
Commentary: Air pollution in North Dakota, an oil and coal state, is down 25 percent over the last 5 years
To hear some environmental activists put it, you’d think North Dakota were an industrial wasteland where energy industry titans are allowed...
February 16, 2018 - 10:25am
January 10, 2018
North Dakota coal production up in 2017
BISMARCK—Coal production climbed to its highest point in nearly a decade at North Dakota's five lignite mines last year, an industry group...
January 10, 2018 - 3:30pm
January 9, 2018
Industry 'disappointed' by rejection of federal coal proposal
BISMARCK — The hopes of North Dakota's coal industry were dashed Monday, Jan. 8, when the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission unanimously...
January 9, 2018 - 5:42pm
September 18, 2017
North Dakota's energy portfolio diverse, leaders say
Oil may be North Dakota's largest money maker when it comes to energy, but it certainly isn't the state's only source of income. North Dakota...
September 18, 2017 - 11:22pm
September 1, 2017
North Dakota coal country sees some optimism under Trump
UNDERWOOD, N.D.—As Jeremy Eckroth drove across a moon-like landscape in central North Dakota, a massive dragline excavator came into view....
September 1, 2017 - 1:29pm
July 23, 2017
Researchers sample ND coal for rare elements
BISMARCK — Armed with gallon Ziploc bags and a pick axe, state mineral researchers are sampling North Dakota coal to make a model for finding...
July 23, 2017 - 3:11pm
July 13, 2017
Heitkamp introduces bill encouraging reduction of carbon emissions and technological innovation in energy sector
WASHINGTON—Legislation encouraging technological innovation to help reduce carbon emissions was reintroduced Wednesday, July 12, in the...
July 13, 2017 - 5:15pm
July 5, 2017
ND coal studying supply of valuable rare earth elements
BISMARCK — North Dakota coal companies are hoping to have a hand in solving the nation's supply problem of rare earth elements. Europium,...
July 5, 2017 - 9:40am
July 4, 2017
ND delegation advocates funding for clean coal technology, but Trump's budget cuts research
BISMARCK—President Donald Trump says he wants to save coal, but his budget proposal includes steep cuts for research that could advance...
July 4, 2017 - 10:02pm
June 15, 2017
ND coal industry to teachers: Keep challenging students
BISMARCK — Leaders of North Dakota's coal industry say they have high-paying job opportunities but need teachers to push students to take...
June 15, 2017 - 7:00pm
June 1, 2017
Coal industry officials pledge to maintain projects aimed at reducing carbon dioxide emissions
BISMARCK — North Dakota's coal industry won't back down from its carbon capture initiatives despite the country's withdrawal from the U.S....
June 1, 2017 - 6:55pm
May 21, 2017
North Dakota coal power company to test new uses for carbon
UNDERWOOD, N.D. — A regional power cooperative is developing methods for capturing and using carbon dioxide emissions that may impact the...
May 21, 2017 - 6:00am
April 3, 2017
ND legislators raise concerns to Hoeven over wind subsidies
BISMARCK — North Dakota House members killed a study of the state's long-term energy plan on Monday, April 3, included in a bill that prompted...
April 3, 2017 - 9:46pm