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Monke: The boom’s gone, and some southwest North Dakotans are OK with that
4 hours 8 min ago
North Dakota’s Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring
Ag commissioner: 2016 outlook ‘pretty dismal’ for farmers
4 hours 21 min ago
Theodore Roosevelt National Park Superintendent Wendy Ross
Theodore Roosevelt National Park gears up for a busy year
4 hours 21 min ago
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Sex trafficking victim says police ‘failed me’
13 hours 42 min ago
Adam Isakson, an engineer in training, sits with Deon Stockert, the regional client program leader for AE2S, to review plans at the firm’s downtown Dickinson office on Feb 1. (Kalsey Stults/The Dickinson Press)
Downtown Dickinson not just for small businesses, National and regional operations plant roots in unlikely spot
4 hours 18 min ago
Jocute Boutique and Badlands Tools have moved into the former Dean’s Meat Market building at 355 First St. E in downtown Dickinson. (Jackie Hope/The Dickinson Press)
Distinctly different, yet oddly the same: 2 families open unique businesses in old Dean’s Meat Market building
4 hours 19 min ago
Grant dollars are funding more staff to fight human trafficking in North Dakota including staff at Youthworks in Fargo. From left to right, Jessica Fleck, program manager; Melissa Williams a newly hired human trafficking navigator; and Kim Larson host home case manager. (Alexandra Floersch / Forum News Service)
Agencies putting state funding to work to combat human trafficking
13 hours 46 min ago
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Dickinson High junior Paige Schweitzer, left, and senior Hallie Hoffer work to protect the puck Saturday against Minot at the West River Ice Center. Hoffer helped assist a Schweitzer goal in the game. (Press Photo by Parker Cotton)
Dickinson High Midgets girls hockey battles, Minot Majettes win in overtime
9 hours 36 min ago
Fundraiser concert Sunday afternoon at St. John Lutheran Church
13 hours 37 min ago
The urea fertilizer plant under construction at Dakota Gasification Co. remains on schedule for spring 2017, an ambitious schedule helped along by a mild winter. Work so far has been stopped only one day for weather, when ice made conditions too unsafe for the workers. The DGC gasification works are in the background.  (Photo by Lauren Donovan / Bismarck Tribune)
Construction of Hazen urea plant humming along
10 hours 24 min ago
Municipal and Stark County Courts: Cases closed Jan. 26 to Feb. 7
13 hours 35 min ago
Roy Thompson looks Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016, toward the site of a proposed pig farm 1 mile southwest of his seven-acre farmstead southeast of Buffalo, N.D. He hoped to retire to the home he built there but is now unsure whether he will. (Michael Vosburg / Forum News Service)
Neighbors worry big Red River Valley swine farm will cause a big stink
4 hours 23 min ago
Dickinson State Blue Hawks men's, women's indoor track and field wins six events at Conglomerate Open
9 hours 36 min ago
Lisa Sanborn, general manager of the new Towneplace Suites in Dickinson, spent Friday preparing for the hotel’s Tuesday opening. It took almost a year to construct the 90-room Marriott hotel.
Dickinson Marriott hotel to open Tuesday, Management not deterred by slowdown
February 5, 2016 - 9:47pm
For domestic flights, NDSU always pays for president to fly coach
4 hours 23 min ago

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