Radioactive waste on the radar: New group worried about improper disposal of oil field material
WILLISTON — Landfill employees here discovered at least two “hot loads” this week, illustrating why a group of North Dakota citizens is worried about ...
Theodore Roosevelt legacy in North Dakota growing
Less than a decade away from the 100-year anniversary of his death, Theodore Roosevelt’s legacy continues to expand. The newest example is the recentl...
Dickinson introduces jet service at airport in June
Folks looking to catch a jet plane this summer will be able to do so from the Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport, which could increase pass...
Midgets excited for West Region
Not even a chance of rain can hamper the spirits of the Dickinson High track and field team....
WILLISTON — Landfill employees here discovered at least two “hot loads” this week, illustrating why a group of North Dakota citizens is worried about the proper disposal of radioactive waste that comes with oil production.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS — A commission charged with accrediting the North Dakota University System is investigating a complaint filed by a former university president about the system’s leadership.RELATED CONTENT
Less than a decade away from the 100-year anniversary of his death, Theodore Roosevelt’s legacy continues to expand. The newest example is the recently unveiled Theodore Roosevelt Trail project, an initiative born of Dickinson State University’s Theodore Roosevelt Center that highlights 15 sites around North Dakota related to the 26th U.S. president who is revered in the Peace Garden State and beyond.RELATED CONTENT
Folks looking to catch a jet plane this summer will be able to do so from the Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport, which could increase passenger numbers.RELATED CONTENT
The Department of the Interior released an updated draft of rules on hydraulic fracturing Thursday, but it appears those on both sides of the fracking issue are unhappy with the proposal.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS — An annual report, sponsored by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, says an independent audit and study found 2012 had the biggest drop in allegations of sexual abuse by priests in a decade.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO — North Dakota is promoting its business climate at Minnesota’s expense, and some politicians east of the Red River are not happy about it.RELATED CONTENT
WASHINGTON — Solid hiring helped lower unemployment rates in 40 U.S. states last month, the most since November. The declines show the job market is improving throughout most of the country. The Labor Department said Friday that unemployment rates increased in only three states: Louisiana, Tennessee and North Dakota. Rates were unchanged in seven states.RELATED CONTENT
THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minn. — When James Sundstrom’s fiancée picked up their 4-year-old son at a Thief River Falls day care Tuesday afternoon, he said she found the boy waiting in the entry with tears and a bloody nose.RELATED CONTENT
Not even a chance of rain can hamper the spirits of the Dickinson High track and field team.RELATED CONTENT
The Southwest Region track and field meet at the Beach Athletic Complex will be a chance for many athletes to qualify for the state track meet in Bismarck.RELATED CONTENT
JAMESTOWN — When Bismarck St. Mary’s Jake DeForest drained a 70-foot putt in the first play-off hole, Dickinson senior Shay Ridl couldn’t help but be impressed.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK — The Dickinson High girls tennis team was patient through hours of waiting inside due to rain on Thursday and had high hopes to qualify the team to go to the state tournament on Friday.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO — It’s hard to put the bombing nightmare into sentences, but David Corbett has done his best since flying from Boston to Fargo this weekend.RELATED CONTENT