Dickinson city officials: City must catch up on infrastructure before growth continues
With two subdivisions working towards final platting, officials are saying Dickinson needs to catch up with infrastructure before it can grow any furt...
Incoming higher ed board president wants fresh start
FARGO — The incoming president of the North Dakota Board of Higher Education is looking at her term as a fresh start for an organization that spent mu...
Folda ordained as bishop of Fargo Catholic diocese
FARGO — At two minutes past 3 p.m., Monsignor John Thomas Folda became the newest bishop of the Roman Catholic Church as St. Paul and Minneapolis Arch...
Iraqi refugee wants America to remain welcoming place
GRAND FORKS — Hussam Al-Kayali, who in 2007 became the first Iraqi refugee to settle in Grand Forks, said in a 2010 interview that he still sometimes ...
Conservation groups, wildlife officials converge to explore options for stemming the loss of wetland, grassland habitat
BISMARCK — Paul Schmidt had a prairie encounter he won’t soon forget last November during a four-day waterfowl hunt near Brookings, S.D. The first mor...
With two subdivisions working towards final platting, officials are saying Dickinson needs to catch up with infrastructure before it can grow any further. At the Dickinson City Planning and Zoning Commission’s regular meeting Wednesday morning at City Hall, City Administrator Shawn Kessel said the city must complete $192 million worth of infrastructure projects.RELATED CONTENT
MANNING — In a move long awaited by parents and school officials, the Dunn County Commission on Wednesday signed off on a project designed to make a pedestrian crossing of Highway 22 near Killdeer’s public school complex safer for students.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO — At two minutes past 3 p.m., Monsignor John Thomas Folda became the newest bishop of the Roman Catholic Church as St. Paul and Minneapolis Archbishop John Nienstedt laid his hands on Folda’s bowed head in St. Mary’s Cathedral.RELATED CONTENT
CLEVELAND — A comprehensive government study of the effects of shale gas drilling on water quality and the environment won't be completed until 2016, a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency official said this week during an Ohio conference.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK — A North Dakota judge on Wednesday agreed to combine a lawsuit that challenges a new requirement for doctors who perform abortions with litigation over a 2011 law that limits the use of drugs to terminate pregnancies.RELATED CONTENT
FORT TOTTEN — Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., will meet today with Kevin Washburn, the Interior Department’s assistant secretary for Indian affairs, to press for assurances that “children are being placed in safe homes” at the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation, a top aide said Wednesday.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS — Hussam Al-Kayali, who in 2007 became the first Iraqi refugee to settle in Grand Forks, said in a 2010 interview that he still sometimes wanted to cry over all he had lost, including his professional identity, but he also had found much here: work, friends, peace and security.RELATED CONTENT
Sens. John Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp and Rep. Kevin Cramer announced in a press release that they are currently accepting applications from North Dakota students interested in serving their country by attending one of the nation’s military service academies.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO — The incoming president of the North Dakota Board of Higher Education is looking at her term as a fresh start for an organization that spent much of the last year answering complaints, including a kerfuffle over the chancellor the group hired and ultimately decided to replace.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS — North Dakotans and Minnesotans are among the states with the highest educational attainment in the country, according to a report by a private foundation focused on education.RELATED CONTENT
Baseball is an unpredictable game sometimes. That was clear Wednesday night.RELATED CONTENT
VALLEY CITY — One day after the North Dakota High School Activities Association Board of Directors approved seeding for four of its Class B tournaments, a process for how that seeding will be determined was officially adopted.RELATED CONTENT
As Dickinson continues to grow, many people have experienced various problems. However, the archery community of Dickinson and all of North Dakota is enjoying every minute of it.RELATED CONTENT