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Several chickens killed in West Fargo chicken coop fire
Ag outlook focuses on soybean yields and profitability
North Dakota grapples with cuts to Extension Service
Training teaches about making a plan for crashes involving livestock
Organic fraud: Producers claim shady imports hurt industry
Radiation as a scalpel: Technique spares healthy tissue, treats inoperable tumors
Proposed refinery near western North Dakota national park spurs debate over economic, conservation concerns
Doctor who was disciplined now plans new Moorhead clinic
How we pay for care evolving balance between public and private payments
What to get your favorite Philadelphia Eagles fan for Christmas
Place a Business Announcement
COMMENTARY: Republicans challenging Republicans is a healthy thing for North Dakota's dominant party
Commentary: Heitkamp sends email to constituents retracting misleading tax reform talking point
Why do farmers have barns? Obvious (or not)
Commentary: Senator Heidi Heitkamp continues to use bogus, retracted talking point about tax reform
Bonds, Boundaries, and Budgets --EMDASH-- Challenges of a Growing District
Memorial service for homeless to be held Thursday
Early success reported in Fargo radio announcer's kidney transplant
More kids in F-M apartments: Some families content renting, others dream of homeownership
Fargo Theatre hosting free holiday concerts
Popular Fargo bar manager, near death, makes turnaround
Zimmer's 'D' destroys former team
Snowy owls head south
UPDATE: No. 12 Gonzaga needs OT to edge North Dakota 89-83
McFeely: Klieman says Bison unlikely to have Allison, Wimbush and Brooks for title game
UND to face another big, physical national basketball power
New lease on life: Implant restores control for patients suffering from incontinence
FLIGHT LINES with AUDIO: Nomadic bird making a local showing
Confessions of a traveling rarity chaser
Duluth woman meets the German donor whose stem cells saved her life
Feel the heat: Besides being relaxing, taking a sauna offers health benefits
home & garden
red river valley fair
Snowy owls head south
‘That evening hunt — that was worth the whole trip’
BRAD DOKKEN: Despite no deer, muzzleloader hunt offers more fun than frustration
ALWAYS IN SEASON: Another winter woodpecker shows itself
Vehicle venison: A roadkill philosophy
Norma Sylvia (Wisted) Sather
Luella M. Emmil
Floyd "Mike" Nesemeier
December 13, 2017
Several urge quick implementation of medical marijuana during ND rules hearing
BISMARCK — Several people urged the North Dakota Department of Health to quickly implement the state's new medical marijuana program during...
December 13, 2017 - 4:45pm
December 12, 2017
Minnesota State, faculty union agree on new contract
ST. PAUL—Negotiators from the Inter Faculty Organization, which represents hundreds of professors at universities and technical campuses...
December 12, 2017 - 12:51pm
December 8, 2017
Lawmakers petition ND Supreme Court over Burgum vetoes
BISMARCK — North Dakota lawmakers petitioned the state Supreme Court Friday morning, Dec. 8, challenging several vetoes Gov. Doug Burgum...
December 8, 2017 - 11:06am
December 6, 2017
North Dakota legislators want updated sexual harassment policy
BISMARCK — North Dakota lawmakers called for an updated sexual harassment policy that includes a process for reporting such behavior Wednesday,...
December 6, 2017 - 12:57pm
November 18, 2017
ND to investigate redundancies in education
BISMARCK — Online education is a topic included in an interim legislative committee study, which will look at possible duplication of educational services in North Dakota. The goal is to determine whether some services could be consolidated to save money, said Sen. Erin Oban,...
November 18, 2017 - 9:58pm
June 4, 2017
Legacy Fund beset by lower oil prices, group urges strategic investment plan
FARGO—North Dakota's Legacy Fund now stands at almost $4 billion and legislators will for the first time tap earnings from the fund to...
June 4, 2017 - 4:00pm
May 3, 2017
Burgum predicts bumpy transition for higher ed, praises protest resolution
GRAND FORKS – North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum sees a future of disruption including -- but hardly limited to -- a reimagining of higher education...
May 3, 2017 - 7:35pm
April 19, 2017
Western ND opposes 'takings' of oil tax revenue
BISMARCK — Western North Dakota communities are fighting what they consider a money grab for a portion of oil tax revenue. Townships in...
April 19, 2017 - 8:38am
September 13, 2016
Remarkably preserved shipwreck from 119 years ago found in Lake Superior
DULUTH, Minn. — The aged Antelope may have been one of the most venerable vessels on the Great Lakes, but it was living up to its fleet-footed...
September 13, 2016 - 10:49pm
July 31, 2013
Time to consider a one-house legislature
With the proposal by the Legislature of a constitutional amendment to replace the present eight-member Board of Higher Education with a three-member commission, North Dakota legislators apparently think that having fewer people involved in governance would result in better decisions....
July 31, 2013 - 8:31am
April 22, 2013
District 22 Republicans hold annual dinner
The District 22 Republicans held their annual dinner last week at the Fargo Holiday with the event featuring keynote speaker Lt. Governor Drew Wrigley and a special recognition of past district chairpersons, Cleo and Ralph Thompson. Also attending was the District 22 legislative...
April 22, 2013 - 10:22am
Legislative Report District 13: Racing for the finish line important issues needing resolve
Time is running short for the 2013 North Dakota Legislative Session and the work of Conference Committees to resolve differences between House and Senate versions of bills, where possible, continues. Friday marked the Legislature's 70th day, leaving only 10 session days remaining...
April 22, 2013 - 10:21am
April 16, 2013
Legislative Report District 22: Final pieces of puzzle being put in place
By Sen. Gary A. Lee Two weeks, from the time the last bill gets out of committee is an often used rule of thumb until the Legislative session ends. Senate Appropriations has sent out its bills, conference committees are working and sending reports back for final approval. The corner...
April 16, 2013 - 2:36pm
Legislative Report District 13: Medicaid expansion among important bills approved by Senate
By Sen. Judy Lee Medicaid expansion, K-12 education funding, and DUI bills have all been approved by the Senate, all three very important issues. I will give a brief review of each of them in this and future columns.
April 16, 2013 - 2:05pm
April 2, 2013
Legislative Report District 22: Attention focusing on final bill action
By Rep. Wesley R. Belter The legislature’s goal is to finish the last week in April. We are allowed by law to go to May 2 which would be the 80th day. Nearly all committees have finished their scheduled bill hearing, and are now taking final action on bills. Conference committees...
April 2, 2013 - 1:50pm