IT'S GOOD TO BE IN ND Before and after
It's a well-known fact among journalists that people in our industry are rather terrible at keeping their desks clean. In fact, a messy desk is something of a badge of honor.
But tonight, I reached m... Posted on 12/14/09 at 1:10 PM
After conception by a few area minds in the late ’70s and about $31 million later, rural residents in southwest North Dakota can receive treated water as a section of the Southwest Pipeline Project nears completion.
Twenty years ago, when Regent native Gary Greff saw fresh diced garlic in grocery stores that could withstand months of refrigeration, he wondered to himself what it would take to do the same with onions.
BELFIELD — A proposed $900,000 street improvement project will not be taking place this year.
It was announced that due to 60 percent of the residents in the project area protesting, the project would be killed, at a special meeting of the Belfield City Council Wednesday night.
BISMARCK — House members on Friday argued that outlawing discrimination against gays and lesbian North Dakotans would protect behavior that can be changed and which God abhors, then soundly voted down Senate Bill 2278.
FARGO — Thousands of shivering, tired residents got out while they could and others prayed that miles of sandbagged levees would hold Friday as the surging Red River threatened to unleash the biggest flood North Dakota’s largest city has ever seen.
BISMARCK — A lawyers’ task force is proposing a wholesale rewrite of North Dakota’s divorce and child custody laws in hopes that it can ease disputes about custody and visitation that sometimes plague families for years.
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