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Rep. Steve Scalise discharged from hospital after 'successful' surgery
1-week survey offers snapshot of North Dakota's sexual violence
Barbara Bush honored by friends and family at private funeral in Houston
International inspectors enter Douma, site of alleged Syrian chemical attack
crime and courts
nation and world
Cass County project would be North Dakota's first major solar array
ND medical marijuana deadline extended after snafu
Bank of North Dakota reports 14th consecutive year of record profits
Commentary: Trump lied to me about his wealth to get onto the Forbes 400
The gift of a supportive mother-in-law
place a business brief
Flaring policy changes keep benchmarks but give ND oil industry flexibility
Trump announces support for year-round E15 sales
Trump ethanol moves may be worse for farmers than soy tariff
Oil companies differ on plans to drill near Lake Sakakawea
State makes recommendations on federal carbon regulations
Despite faith fall, Good News still very good
The seed varieties you should plant this spring
New living arrangements could keep family close
Reader shares handy amaryllis tips
U.S. consumers who have store-bought romaine lettuce should 'throw it away immediately,' CDC says
Field event performances carry Lady Midgets to third place
Midgets wiped out in home opener against Jamestown
National-worthy numbers: Five Blue Hawks qualify for NAIA meet
After Wild are eliminated, it remains to be seen if this was Matt Cullen's last NHL game
Field hustles home as Rays beat Twins in 10
Commentary: The fight over online sales taxes cannot be about fairness
Many people benefit when we strive to become our best
COLUMN: New law doesn't improve hiring process for superintendent
Analysis: Nikki Haley's extraordinary rebuke of the White House
Commentary: Is it time to stop electing sheriffs?
Finnly Jay Simonieg
LaVonne M. Dill
Marie L. Kaiser
Rep. Josh Boschee
Louis L. Owen
A century of loving life, loving art: Dillon has plenty of parties planned
New weightlifting studio sees early success
A beautiful backyard
Veterans Pavilion, for those who served
New Methodist church honors past, anticipates future
Dairy farming is not only a job, but a lifestyle
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February 13, 2009
Polygamist gets life term for family abuses
MURRIETA, Calif. (AP) -- A self-proclaimed polygamist was sentenced Friday to seven consecutive life prison terms for torturing seven of his 19 children, abusing four others and imprisoning two of his three wives. Mansa Musa Muhummed, 55, also was sentenced to additional terms totaling...
February 13, 2009 - 6:33pm
February 7, 2009
Family of slain contractor sues Halliburton, KBR
HOUSTON (AP) -- A lawsuit against two military contractors claims the companies' mistakes led U.S. soldiers to believe an American truck driver working for the contractors might be an insurgent steering a bomb-laden truck onto a U.S. military base. In a lawsuit filed in Houston this...
February 7, 2009 - 5:30pm
January 9, 2009
Obama mother-in-law to join family in White House
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Get ready for the in-law in chief.
January 9, 2009 - 12:00am
December 26, 2008
3 generations fight fires
Firefighting runs in the Wehner family blood. Three generations, starting with Richard Wehner and continuing with his son Darryl and grandson...
December 26, 2008 - 12:00am
June 28, 2008
Mandan family sues school for racial discrimination
BISMARCK -- A former Mandan family is suing the Mandan School District and a bus driver for a minimum of $2 million, saying the driver and children on his bus repeatedly discriminated against them by called the family's four children "niggers" and "monkeys." The family, which is...
June 28, 2008 - 12:00am
June 7, 2008
Farm is back in the Sickler family
DICKINSON - Albert Sickler sold his farm house northeast of Dickinson to Jim Fugle in 2004, assuming it had left the family for good. But when Fugle turned around in 2007 and wanted to sell, Albert was excited to hear his grandson, Klint, was interested in bringing it back into the...
June 7, 2008 - 12:00am
May 17, 2008
Baar family farm combines four different legacies
GLADSTONE - What started out as four separate farms owned and operated by different family members has become one farm under the care of Dean and Paulette Baar. Dean grew up on the farm they currently live on and Paulette grew up just a couple a miles away. Paulette, who lived in...
May 17, 2008 - 12:00am
May 3, 2008
Signup time is running out, CSP program application period ends May 16
Ag producers in southwestern North Dakota have two weeks left to signup for the Natural Resource Conservation Service's Conservation Security Program. The initial signup began on April 16 and has been slow. But because of recent rainfall in the region, producers had a little time...
May 3, 2008 - 12:00am
April 26, 2008
Tormaschy brothers to help out on family farm
RICHARDTON -- Growing up, Tobey and Jason Tormaschy always dreamed of taking over the family farm where they grew up. In May, following his college graduation from Dickinson State University, where he double-majored in chemistry and natural resources management, Tobey will take the...
April 26, 2008 - 12:00am
April 19, 2008
Hoff family meets challenges
RICHARDTON -- Cal Hoff took over his family's farm north of Richardton in 1988 from his father, Joe, who had carried on the farm when his father, Joseph, handed it to him in the 60s. When asked how he feels that his son, Casey, will be taking over someday, Cal smiled. "We take...
April 19, 2008 - 12:00am
April 12, 2008
Farming is a Biel family tradition
LEFOR - Emery Biel is the youngest son of his father, Henry Sr., who was the youngest son of Adam Biel, who homesteaded near Lefor in 1905. In a house a couple hundred yards from where his grandfather homesteaded and lived in a sod house, Biel talked about how much it meant that...
April 12, 2008 - 12:00am
April 5, 2008
Entze's family ranch grows from a herd of 10
GOLDEN VALLEY -- Kim Entze started his ranch southeast of Golden Valley with 10 cattle on his father's ranch in 1975. Since then, Entze's herd has grown in number and Kim and his wife, Laurie, purchased a farm five miles south of where Entze grew up. "Cattle got pretty cheap in...
April 5, 2008 - 12:00am
March 29, 2008
Pavlicek family keeps up to date with technology
DICKINSON - A lot has changed in Lee Pavlicek's time on his family farm north of Dickinson, but one thing remains constant: Pavliceks continue to farm the land originally homesteaded in 1905. Pavlicek said farming just came naturally and it was something he always wanted to do. "I've...
March 29, 2008 - 12:00am
March 22, 2008
Frank family constantly adjusts operation strategy
DICKINSON - Life on the farm is one of constant evolution, due to weather and other issues. Life on the farm is one of constant evolution, due to weather and other issues. Pat and Jane Frank believe that's just how it is and you have to learn to live with it. "About the time you...
March 22, 2008 - 12:00am
March 15, 2008
Hard work pays off for Meyer family
DICKINSON - Starting a farm or ranch that hasn't been handed down from a family member and forming it into your personal vision is something of a rarity in today's agricultural climate. The Tim and Kathy Meyer family has proved it's possible, however, with hard work, some risk...and...
March 15, 2008 - 12:00am