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City, movie theater finalizing land sale
School resource officer connects with students
DSU president discusses impending presidential library
City approves new water reclamation bypass
Sharp to return to state Capitol
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Hoping for the best: Early moisture will hopefully help drought
Stocks tumble in biggest weekly decline since 2016
'Looks lame anyway': Elon Musk just deleted Facebook pages of Tesla, SpaceX - on a dare.
Fewer tourists are visiting the US under Trump. Canadians didn't get the memo.
It's easy to hate Facebook, but it's much tougher to quit
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Geology is destiny: A Q&A with John Bluemle
Badlands energy development focus of film
Why are gas prices going up?
Keystone XL pipeline gets enough shipper pledges to proceed
ND oil production moves into growth mode
A barber tried for years to cut an autistic boy's hair. Then they had a breakthrough.
No, the pope did not convince Stephen Hawking to believe in God on his deathbed
Impress your guests with sweet Zeppole di San Giuseppe pastry
Sparkling wines are not created equally
Where communities thrive: Megan Klassen shares love of Dickinson through her work
UND football in no hurry to name starting quarterback
Former NDSU athletic director Taylor enjoying Kansas State's 'special' run in NCAA men's tournament
Itinerant childhood taught new Twins slugger Logan Morrison how to fit in
No suspension for Miguel Sano
Wild are fighting for their playoff lives, and maybe that’s a good thing
Commentary: What if millennials get politically active?
Are you kind when you disagree with someone?
Commentary: North Dakotans could enjoy an additional $33.8 million in savings thanks to the Trump tax cuts
COLUMN: The wisdom of youth, the burden of potential
COLUMN: Recognizing Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
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A Personal Note From Denny
Dairy farming is not only a job, but a lifestyle
Tilted Tulip, many things for many people
New clothing store opens in Bowman
Dickinson 4-H and FFA chapters continue to prepare students
Viola LaFontaine leads Mott-Regent schools, set to retire at the end of the year
2018 Best Of The Western Edge Winners
5 places close to home to consider for your spring vacation
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August 5, 2016
Press Pass: Snell Harvesting operates 18 combines that travel across six states, Civil Service Commission hears fired city attorney’s appeal, Cramer: Role in Trump’s campaign ‘greatly exaggerated’, Legislature plugs $310 million budget gap
Here’s some of our top stories from Friday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your...
August 5, 2016 - 6:00am
July 12, 2016
Press Pass: Killdeer residents clean up after high winds, hail pound the town during Sunday storm, Attorney: Past UND chairman, charged in child porn case, already punished, Rain could lessen blue-green algae bloom in Patterson Lake
Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your...
July 12, 2016 - 6:00am
July 3, 2016
Diversifying the bar: People with different backgrounds enhance courts for all, local judicial leaders say
GRAND FORKS—Robert Silva has spent most of his summer studying for the North Dakota Bar exam, but he drove to Spirit Lake Wednesday to...
July 3, 2016 - 6:00am
January 7, 2016
Foster County state’s attorney resigns
CARRINGTON -- Foster County State’s Attorney Paul Murphy resigned his position Wednesday, and the Foster County Commission will hold a special meeting Monday to go over the procedure to appoint a replacement for Murphy. Foster County Auditor Casey Cables said Thursday afternoon...
January 7, 2016 - 9:49pm
September 9, 2015
State to use abortion litigation funds to pay attorneys’ fees in gay marriage ban case
By Mike Nowatzki Forum News Service BISMARCK – Some of the money set aside by North Dakota lawmakers to defend the state against legal challenges to its abortion laws will instead be used to cover attorneys’ fees awarded to lawyers for couples who challenged the state’s gay...
September 9, 2015 - 6:39pm
July 26, 2015
NDSU move ruffles feathers as attorneys shift from university system to attorney general’s office
BISMARCK — A state lawmaker who pushed for shifting the North Dakota University System’s legal counsel to the attorney general’s office said he’s pleased with how the process has played out — with one exception at North Dakota State University. The Legislature voted in...
July 26, 2015 - 5:00am
May 9, 2014
Witness tampering case against attorney to be dismissed
GRAFTON — Witness tampering charges against a Grand Forks attorney and two of his clients are being dismissed, according to court records. Walsh County State’s Attorney Barb Whelan has filed a motion in state district court to dismiss the case against attorney Henry Howe and...
May 9, 2014 - 12:16am
February 22, 2014
Valley City judge set to hear murder conspiracy case
BISMARCK — North Dakota District Judge Jay Schmitz of Valley City was named this week by the state Supreme Court to hear the murder conspiracy case against Grand Forks attorney Henry Howe. Howe is slated for a preliminary hearing and/or arraignment March 28 in Grafton, when he...
February 22, 2014 - 12:07am
February 15, 2014
Faces of the Boom: It’s a juggling act: Williston attorney stays busy in Oil Patch
WILLISTON — For Williston attorney Taylor Olson, starting her law career in the Oil Patch has been a juggling act. Olson, who returned to...
February 15, 2014 - 7:31pm
February 7, 2014
Lawyer charged with murder conspiracy hires attorney
GRAND FORKS — Henry Howe, the Grand Forks attorney charged with conspiring with two convicted drug dealers to kill a witness in an earlier drug case, has hired David Thompson of Grand Forks to defend him. Both have law offices downtown, about two blocks apart. Howe, 72, was charged...
February 7, 2014 - 10:12pm
January 31, 2014
Attorney facing murder conspiracy charge has license suspended
GRAND FORKS — The North Dakota Supreme Court, in an emergency action Friday afternoon, suspended the law license of Henry Howe because of the murder conspiracy charge he is facing in Walsh County. Howe, who has had a law license in North Dakota for 40 years and lived and practiced...
January 31, 2014 - 6:34pm
December 25, 2013
Rural areas have a need for justice: UND program to place law students into clerkships in counties with few or no lawyers
Just as some North Dakota counties have very few people, some also have very few — or zero — lawyers. A partnership of the state courts,...
December 25, 2013 - 4:30pm
December 11, 2013
State bar association pushes more pro bono
Robert Keogh has a simple reason for hundreds of hours of pro bono work. “People need help,” he said.
December 11, 2013 - 10:18pm
April 21, 2013
Judicial system in Greenwood family's blood
Jay Greenwood had a plan when he was younger. The Dickinson attorney originally planned to enter medical school. Though his father and grandfather...
April 21, 2013 - 12:00am
October 17, 2012
Dickinson attorney named service admin
BISMARCK (AP) -- Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring has appointed a Dickinson attorney as the new administrator of the North Dakota Mediation Service. Bethany Abrams worked for a Minnesota district judge and as an attorney in Minneapolis before joining a Dickinson law firm and...
October 17, 2012 - 12:00am