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All about detail: Fargo man got start with hobby of building small-scale creations at age 7 and hasn’t stopped since
Randorf promoted to FCC vice president of advertising
Dickinson pilot makes emergency landing south of Minot
‘Titan Strong’ shirts available at Coaches Choice
Teen dies 18 days after being found unconscious in Fargo school swimming pool
FOTB: ‘Stand up for it no matter what:’ Connection to land drives tribal member’s activism on energy
Piping leak spills 275 barrels of oil in Divide Co.
EPA Chief: Energy rules won’t hobble business
U.S. modifies testing order on Bakken oil rail shipments
Proposed rules would track oilfield waste from ‘cradle to grave’
Giving back: RSVP+ Dakota West volunteers helping their neighbors
Embroidery art: Tina Hunt brings her business to Dickinson
'A mesmerizing performance': Andi Holt wins talent competition
40 causes to receive $25K to help complete projects
Michael Stevenson named Choral Director of the Year
Dukart: The School That Stood on Ash
Veeder: Remembering a bus driver I thought would live forever
Monke: Questions aside, Trinity will be fine
Brock: Not a fan of daylight savings time
Baumgarten: Can we have some petahe?
Sharon Kay Clark
Edna R. Hendrickson
George A. Frenzel
Sharon Kay Clark
Dickinson native opens city’s first bagel bar
Johnson: What makes a good scholarship application?
Jackie Hope: USA! USA! USA!
Patrick Hope: A killer game with an evil, talking teddy bear
Our Town Business Briefs
Beach’s powerful trio: Waldal, Stedman, Farstveet lead charge for Buccaneers during past 4 seasons
Magicians top, eliminate Dickinson
DSU’s Hellinger wins national wrestling title
Fargo Oak Grove upsets No. 1 Rugby in overtime
‘We could do better:' Mott-Regent hopes to build new school; issue to go to bond election later this year
New England school sees new front, classrooms, library
The B.A.R. strives to be ‘town’s bar’ in New England: Volunteers, local businessman help bowling alley owner start new business
Storefront renovation to bring 2 businesses, apartments to New England
Tumbling along: Homey New England laundromat nears 1-year anniversary
December 19, 2013
Judge seeks to streamline Sjodin killer’s death penalty appeal
FARGO — Attorneys involved in Alfonso Rodriguez’s final appeal of his death sentence were asked by U.S. Judge Ralph Erickson to streamline the case if possible. “There are a lot of pages, a lot of things said, a lot of issues raised,” Erickson told the attorneys Thursday...
news / crime
December 19, 2013 - 10:13pm
December 11, 2013
ND Supreme Court considers appeal of medical abortion law
BISMARCK — North Dakota’s highest court heard arguments Wednesday on a state law that would limit the use of drugs in abortions, a law passed in 2011 and struck down by a Cass County judge this year as unconstitutional. Attorneys for Fargo’s Red River Women’s Clinic, the...
news / North Dakota
December 11, 2013 - 10:34pm
September 8, 2013
Attorney says parents' rights being edged out by grandparents' in wake of unusual ruling
GRAND FORKS -- In a ruling that defied predictions made by family law attorneys, a Grand Forks judge has upheld his decision to allow a 16-year-old girl free rein to visit her grandparents at any time, over the objections of her parents. "This case has created an enormous amount...
September 8, 2013 - 12:00am
May 10, 2013
Measure 2 backers appeal to high court
BISMARCK -- Proponents of last year's failed Measure 2 felt wronged after a district court judge ordered them to pay attorney fees and issue a retraction over their claims that public officials acted corruptly when speaking out against the measure. The group, Empower the Taxpayers,...
May 10, 2013 - 12:00am
February 21, 2013
Industrial Commission upholds Killdeer Mountain drilling decision
BISMARCK -- In a unanimous decision on Wednesday, the North Dakota Industrial Commission voted to uphold a recent decision allowing oil drilling in an area in Dunn County near Killdeer Mountain. The IC -- comprised of North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem...
February 21, 2013 - 12:00am
February 1, 2013
Huber of Belfield appeals to ND Supreme Court
A Belfield man sentenced to 30 years in prison for the murder of the mother of his child is appealing the terms of his conviction. In a document dated Jan. 30, Dirk J. Huber sent a notice of appeal to the North Dakota Supreme Court. The document was notarized by Jay Greenwood, Huber's...
February 1, 2013 - 12:00am
September 30, 2012
Tribal court offers no hope of appeal
FARGO -- The door to the appeals courtroom has been slammed shut for more than a year for American Indian residents of Spirit Lake Nation. Criminal defendants and parties in civil lawsuits under the jurisdiction of Spirit Lake Tribal Court have no access to appeals because the tribe...
September 30, 2012 - 12:00am
April 14, 2012
Lawsuit on property tax measure to be appealed
BISMARCK (AP) -- Supporters of abolishing North Dakota's property taxes said Friday they hoped the state Supreme Court would quickly review a judge's dismissal of their lawsuit. Empower the Taxpayer, an organization pushing for the property tax repeal, had asked South Central District...
news / North Dakota
April 14, 2012 - 12:00am
January 22, 2011
Judge denies mine appeal
A request for dismissal of an appeal on a Stark County rezoning decision was recently denied by a Fargo judge and the ruling has brought a coal company into appeal proceedings. On April 6 the Stark County Commission unanimously approved a conditional zoning change of about 7,800...
coal / news
January 22, 2011 - 12:00am
January 27, 2008
Stang Addition appeal is denied
DICKINSON - Coming back to an issue after taking a breather is often the best way to resolve it. At least, that's the Dickinson City Commission's view for the Stang Addition vacation request appeal. After first hearing the appeal - the Dickinson Planning and Zoning Commission...
January 27, 2008 - 12:00am