Dickinson's tale of 2 carnivals
It is the best of times, it is the worst of times, but for this southwest North Dakota city experiencing an oil boom — the second in the last half-cen...
Cavalier scatters: Renwick Dam holds despite heavy pressure
CAVALIER — It was as if it was the Fourth of July, and a pleasant Sunday to boot, and all the people of this Pembina County town of 1,300 had gone to ...
ND Autism Center to break ground on new home
WEST FARGO — Sandy Smith formed the North Dakota Autism Center from her kitchen table in 2006, not long after her young son, Tyler, was diagnosed with...
Thrown into the mix
In the javelin, the difference between just making the state track and field meet or winning a West Region championship can be a single throw....
For the first time since the 1970s the Dickinson Public School Board and the Dickinson Education Association have come to an impasse in contract negotiations for the 2013-14 and 2014-15 school years.RELATED CONTENT
It is the best of times, it is the worst of times, but for this southwest North Dakota city experiencing an oil boom — the second in the last half-century — this is now a tale of two carnivals. The Roughrider Commission and the city have each decided to host summer carnivals this year.RELATED CONTENT
CAVALIER — It was as if it was the Fourth of July, and a pleasant Sunday to boot, and all the people of this Pembina County town of 1,300 had gone to the lake.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK — Mike Stebbins, a third-generation public employee and supervisor for the Department of Transportation in Underwood, watches semi trucks fly by him on highways every day. The 57-year-old maintenance man spends his days mowing, fixing signs and plowing snow during the winter, among many other things.RELATED CONTENT
With the start date of service from two major airlines just days away, Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport hosted an open house Wednesday to present an update on the facility’s master planning process.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO — Sandy Smith formed the North Dakota Autism Center from her kitchen table in 2006, not long after her young son, Tyler, was diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.RELATED CONTENT
Although the number of people who have student debt in North Dakota is among the highest in the nation, the average amount borrowed is among the lowest, according to a recent report.RELATED CONTENT
WASHINGTON - The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday passed a bill that would approve the Keystone XL pipeline without the president’s signature.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO — A former football player at North Dakota State University denied Wednesday that he at one point faked the community service he was ordered to serve for pleading guilty to faking signatures on an election petition.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS — An announcement by the U.S. Air Force on Wednesday to locate a new air refueling mission at a base in Kansas instead of Grand Forks wasn’t surprising at all to John Marshall, a Grand Forks attorney who has been involved in several base realignment and closure rounds over the past 25 years.RELATED CONTENT
MINNEAPOLIS — Critics of silica sand mining had hoped the Minnesota Legislature would adopt aggressive statewide rules to protect people and the environment. What finally emerged from the just-completed session, however, was a compromise that still leaves key decisions up to local governments.RELATED CONTENT