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Remnants of Fighting Sioux decor remain businesses around Grand Forks area
Devila Lake man dies in house fire
Curbing carbon: Paris summit will affect North Dakota, but so will climate change
Obama visits Paris attack site, pays tribute to victims
Police investigating after man's body found in West Fargo
crime and courts
nation and world
Oil up on pre-OPEC speculation, U.S. refined fuel rally
Tyler proved tough to tap into: Projected large horizontal drilling play yielded little oil from 2 now-abandoned wells in 2 years
Tesoro a step closer to final decision on proposed railport for Bakken crude
Decision time in South Dakota on huge Bakken pipeline
Stark County Planning and Zoning approves erection of more wind towers
Facebook network and stress levels may be tied together
Townspeople of Rattler Canyon rally to save Christmas
Trinity to present 'Mary Poppins'
Journey to save the Spirit of Christmas: DSU to present a comedy adventure
Q&A: Gwen Sebastian and Kat Perkins bring tours home for holidays
Broncos spoil Patriots' perfect record with OT win
UND sweeps Michigan State with 4-1 victory
Vikings beat Falcons 20-10 to move into NFC North lead
Northern Iowa men's basketball shoots past the University of North Dakota
Former University of Minnesota Gophers standout Ra'Shede Hageman thriving with Atlanta Falcons before Minnesota Vikings matchup
Brock: Thankful for American farmers
Letter: New wind ordinances needed and promised
Other Views: Nickname fracas needn’t hurt UND fundraising
Jacobs: Election yawns? Check out legislative races
Heitkamp: Thank you to those who make the difference
Ervin "Erv" Barth
Robert "Bob" Berger
army corps of engineers
August 27, 2015
Judge blocks EPA’s ‘Waters of the U.S.’ rule from taking effect Friday
BISMARCK – North Dakota and a dozen other states suing the federal government over a new clean water rule claimed a temporary victory Thursday when a judge blocked it from taking effect Friday, but the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said the rule will move forward in other...
News / Nation and World
August 27, 2015 - 4:53pm
August 21, 2015
ND officials: State will suffer ‘irreparable harm’ from new EPA rule
FARGO — With a week to go before a controversial federal clean-water rule goes into effect, North Dakota officials are warning a judge of cataclysmic consequences if he doesn't block it. The officials appeared before U.S. District Court Judge Ralph Erickson on Friday afternoon,...
News / agriculture
August 21, 2015 - 10:49pm
October 10, 2013
ND awaits detailed proposal on fee for Lake Sakakawea, Lake Oahe water
FARGO -- North Dakota water officials still are waiting to see details of a federal proposal they vigorously oppose -- a so-called storage fee for water drawn from Lake Sakakawea or Lake Oahe. The proposal by the Army Corps of Engineers first was floated in 2010, but the agency has...
News / North Dakota / water
October 10, 2013 - 12:00am
July 13, 2013
Dunn County plans recreation area lease extension with Corps
MANNING -- Dunn County plans to extend its lease with the U.S.
July 13, 2013 - 12:00am
May 16, 2013
US Senate votes to ban fees for Missouri River water
FARGO -- A proposal to charge for water in Missouri River reservoirs would be banned under legislation passed Wednesday by the U.S. Senate. The States' Water Rights Act, sponsored by Sens.
News / North Dakota / water
May 16, 2013 - 12:00am
September 25, 2011
Corps approves diversion project
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Proponents of the Red River Diversion crossed a major hurdle here Friday after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Review Board approved the project to move forward. The CWRB is comprised of five to six members of the Corps' Senior Management. "The...
September 25, 2011 - 12:00am
September 17, 2011
Corps backs river study
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- After months of sustained, historic Midwest flooding and criticism that the government bungled its management of the Missouri River, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Friday it has commissioned a study of its handling of the waterway. Large sections of...
September 17, 2011 - 12:00am
March 26, 2010
Local company sues for $3M
A Dickinson firm is waiting for a trial date after it filed a $3 million lawsuit in November for problems on a Fort Stevenson State Park construction project it was terminated from. Martin Construction, Inc., was awarded a contract by the Omaha District of the U.S. Corps of Engineers...
local / News
March 26, 2010 - 12:00am