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Despite thousands of empty bedrooms, optimism still alive in ND Oil Patch
8 hours 8 min ago
An unknown couple who had drinks at the First and Last Chance Bar in Lisbon, N.D., on Saturday, April 30, left Shiela Weisgerber a $300 tip after talking with her about the triplet grandsons she was raising. Weisgerber said when she realized what they had done, she had to go to the bathroom and cry for a few minutes. (Photo by Shiela Weisgerber/Special to The Forum)
Big tip leaves Lisbon woman beaming, grateful
8 hours 9 min ago
Heitkamp tours Fort Yates Hospital in midst of service disruptions at IHS hospitals in Great Plains
8 hours 13 min ago
Nelson, Burgum chime in on critical audits of ND land agency
8 hours 14 min ago
Gregory Decker, shown in a police mugshot after being struck during an altercation.
Decker to go to pretrial conference for alleged continual sexual abuse
8 hours 46 min ago
Binder recharged for drug felonies
8 hours 48 min ago
Self-proclaimed 'nicest drug dealer' sentenced to time served
14 hours 44 min ago
Accused bank robber to plead guilty to Grand Forks holdups
14 hours 39 min ago
Firework explodes in 23-year-old man's hand in Grand Forks
14 hours 42 min ago
With North Dakota's drilling rig count below 30, Cruz Energy Services, a company that specializes in moving rigs to new locations is trying to survive, is moving its main operation from Ray to its location Dickinson. Its offices, which are about 6 miles north of Dickinson in a rural Dunn County industrial park, are shown April 30, 2016. (Dustin Monke / Forum News Service)
Rig movers consolidate, diversify to survive oil slowdown
April 30, 2016 - 6:42pm
The rendering created by JLG Architects of Dickinson shows the proposed facade for the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library planned for the Dickinson State University campus between State Avenue North and 13th Avenue West. (JLG Architects)
Presidential vision: Early concept renderings of Roosevelt library revealed as foundation board begins fundraising push
May 1, 2016 - 5:00am
Minneapolis resident Wally Preissing, right, walks with his wife, Theresa Angelo, center, and Courtney Theurer, during the Recycle Yourself 5K Saturday north of Dickinson High School. Theurer organized the event with a family friend to raise awareness for organ donation and to honor her brother Kevin Theurer, who died in January 2013. Preissing was the recipient of Kevin Theurer’s lungs. (Press Photo by Sydney Mook) play button
Theurer remembered, organ donation emphasized at ‘Recycle Yourself’ 5K
May 1, 2016 - 1:00am
Scoreboard of May 2, 2016
6 hours 32 min ago
Thunder respond, edge Spurs in Game 2
6 hours 32 min ago
Berrios earns first win as Twins top Astros
6 hours 34 min ago

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