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Press Pass: Free books are back, South Heart renovation breaks ground, Police Blotter
11 min 40 sec ago
School board agrees to reimburse district specialists
8 hours 27 min ago
Mark Hagerott, front, Chancellor of the North Dakota Higher Education System, and Ed Schafer, president of the University of North Dakota listen to speakers at Envision 2030 on Monday morning in the Brynhild Haugland Room of the state capitol. (Tribune Photo by Tom Stromme)
Lower costs urged as stakeholders chart course for future of ND higher ed
14 hours 34 min ago
Police Blotter: Dickinson man arrested for trespassing in home
12 hours 59 min ago
North Dakota to test AMBER Alert system
8 hours 21 min ago
Historic site may be in path of Bakken pipeline
10 hours 56 min ago
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addresses Service Employees Union (SEIU) members at the union's 2016 International Convention in Detroit, Michigan,  on May 23. (REUTERS/Rebecca Cook)
Dorgan, Sinner endorse Hillary Clinton
8 hours 22 min ago
Dickinson High senior Ireland Jung returns a shot against Jamestown April 30 at the DHS tennis courts. (Press Photo by Parker Cotton)
Midgets’ chemistry, consistency produce state tennis appearance
8 hours 15 min ago
White Cloud nurses a calf she gave birth to on April 22, 2013. White Cloud was returned to the Shirek Buffalo Farm in Michigan, N.D. John M. Steiner/Forum News Service file photo
White Cloud leaves Jamestown
8 hours 43 min ago
Morris Jerome Brickle-Hicks was charged with murdering a 40 year old Bismarck woman on Thursday in a parking lot on the eastside of the Runnings store in south Bismarck. Bond was set at $1 million for Brickle-Hicks. (Tom Stromme/Bismarck Tribune)
Accused murderer visits hospital prior to arrest
8 hours 29 min ago
Official: Town violated rules by demolishing old bank once sought by white supremacist Cobb
13 hours 10 min ago
Former employees of WCE Oil Field Services pose for a portrait in a work yard owned by their new employer, CS Welding, near Palermo, N.D. The workers are owed wages by WCE, which shut down in May 2015 without paying workers for their final weeks of work. (Andrew Cullen/Forum News Service)
Oilfield business failure leaves workers unpaid, jobless
May 22, 2016 - 5:00am
Jade Shilo Oldrock, 42, of Fort Totten, N.D.
Spirit Lake man sentenced to 40 years in prison for sexually abusing child
8 hours 9 min ago
John Wierwille's work van sits on 23rd Avenue with an uprooted tree crashed onto it. . Jesse Trelstad/ Forum News Service
Sudden winds leave residents picking up tree limbs, debris
10 hours 51 min ago
Port: Maybe we spend too much time talking for Native Americans instead of talking to them
12 hours 42 min ago

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