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Belfield development asks for tax abatements
13 hours 42 min ago
UND releases thousands of potential nickname suggestions
14 hours 38 min ago
South Heart approves first reading of ordinance to annex 90 acres of land
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Husband and wife plead not guilty to extensive drug charges
19 hours 14 min ago
Police Blotter: Man served warrant for failure to register as a sex offender
14 hours 33 min ago
23-year-old Zap man accused of sex assault on teens
14 hours 32 min ago
Oil pumpjacks extract crude from the Wilmington Field oil deposits area where Tidelands Oil Production Company, which is owned by Occidental Petroleum Corporation (Oxy), operates near Long Beach, Calif., on July 30, 2013. (David McNew/Reuters)
Bloomberg: Trader Andy Hall says oil prices reached turning point
19 hours 42 min ago
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ND Legislature spends on inspectors, training to address rail safety
14 hours 7 min ago
EOG Resources to resume fracking if oil hits $65 a barrel
14 hours 36 min ago
Increased enrollment leads Alexander to relaunch athletics
14 hours 23 min ago
Audit reveals millions in tuition waivers for out-of-state students
14 hours 3 min ago
Todd Anderson, service manager at T-Rex Conoco in Dickinson, talks to customer Bobby Metz, who came into the shop Wednesday while looking for an oil change. Anderson said business has slowed down along with the drop in oil prices, but said he
Businesses move past chaos: As oil prices stay low, Dickinson stores begin feeling slowdown’s effect
May 3, 2015 - 1:00am
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Annelise Schmidt Flourney continues to drive a bus after 50 years of service in Dickinson. Despite the long run, she sees no end in sight.
50 years behind the wheel: Bus driver recalls city route, life with children
May 3, 2015 - 12:00am
This sprawling apartment complex, more than 400 feet long and three stories high, is one of many under construction, amounting to more than 1,500 units permitted for construction this year and last in Watford City. Some leaders say they are beginning to think it’s time for more permanent housing. (Lauren Donovan/Bismarck Tribune)
From boomtown to hometown: Buildings still going up in heart of the Oil Patch
May 3, 2015 - 12:00am
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Cheyenne Brady, a 22-year-old senior at North Dakota State University, was crowned Miss Indian World at the Gathering of Nations powwow on April 25.

FARGO — All her life, Cheyenne Brady has watched the annual crowning of Miss Indian World.

“It’s a role I have aspired to being since I was a ...

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