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Leier: Spring brings fishing, regulations concerns
Group sues for stronger grizzly protection
Dakota Recreation Report
Man charged after bonfire accident injures 5
Fake bills still out there: Reports of counterfeits are down, but authorities warn merchants to stay alert
Buffett: Moving oil by rail safely a major industry concern
Oil revenue way up for tribes; money going to roads, other infrastructure
Company rescinds application for well near TRNP
Owner of radioactive facility has rocky history: State doesn’t check compliance background for that kind of permit
Former oil trucker leading Bakken tour
Holten: The latest miracle drug
Benson: There’s more to Shakespeare than his stories
Axness: Current Public Service Commission leads from behind
Dennis: Keystone XL delays get embarrassing
Glatt: ND’s waste management evolves to meet needs
3 generations of dentists: Son, granddaughter follow in footsteps of Dr. Edward Keller
DSU to present 'Little Footsteps'
Winners announced in NDPC contest
Saving children: Children recover from malnutrition at Casa Jackson hospital
Sidebar to Casa Jackson: Nutrition packages and clean water
Robert E. Sturgeon
John E. Molm
Lawrence W. "Larry" Berger
Charles "Chuck" LaPierre
Towing in business: Red Top Recovery growing thanks to western ND’s boom
The Last Tree
Dickinson-New England speech team excels at state meet
Jackie Hope: Have you hugged a tree today?
Patrick Hope: Dream a little dream of Mars
Plenty of returning experience: Dickinson Trinity eyes state title after placing runner-up last year
DHS enters season with higher hopes
Beach’s Zier to lead 9-man West Team at Shrine Bowl
REA going through a little remodeling
High schools draft transgender policies
March 17, 2014
Better know your leaders: Jay Elkin
You’re the only Stark County commissioner that doesn’t have a Dickinson address. How does living in Taylor differ your perspective from the other commissioners? I don’t believe that living in Taylor gives me a different perspective from the other commissioners. The reason being...
March 17, 2014 - 6:39pm
March 11, 2014
U.S. investors closely monitoring Pimco after internal strife
NEW YORK - Several U.S. institutional investors said they are closely monitoring the developments at Pimco, the world's largest bond firm, in the wake of Mohamed El-Erian's abrupt resignation as CEO and ensuing acrimony between him and co-founder Bill Gross. The investors, including...
March 11, 2014 - 10:24am
March 10, 2014
Simply beautiful: Floral shop ready to help customers celebrate each other with gifts from the heart
Flowers can mean a lot. They can bring comfort and joy, can mean love and caring, and are an overall way to say, “I’m thinking of you.” Which is why Robin Becker and Beth Decker, along with their staff, put so much care into the work they do at Simply Flowers and Gifts in west...
news / local
March 10, 2014 - 7:33pm
March 8, 2014
More companies finding employee engagement leads to business success
FARGO — Kristen Burbank worked in the financial industry for nine years. The 32-year-old lived in Minneapolis with a corporate job that paid well. But she gave it up to spend more time with her daughter and teach yoga. “The company was good, and I really believed in their mission,”...
news / North Dakota
March 8, 2014 - 9:58pm
Where the wealth goes: High-end businesses benefit from new ND millionaires
FARGO — Some businesses that cater to the wealthy are feeling a flush of success, thanks in part to North Dakota’s new millionaires. A recent report found North Dakota has one of the fastest growing rates of millionaires in the U.S., largely due to oil production and a continued...
news / local
March 8, 2014 - 7:50pm
February 24, 2014
Dickinson native opens city’s first bagel bar
After doing some modest market research, Mandy Wilson knew there would be a market for a bagel shop in Dickinson. Once Mandy’s Bagel Bar opened downtown next to the Evolution gym, she was surprised to see how busy the shop became. “We didn’t expect what we walked into,” Wilson...
February 24, 2014 - 1:43pm
Our Town Business Briefs
Former TV reporter joins counties group Donnell Preskey Hushka has joined the North Dakota Association of Counties as a government relations and public relations specialist. In Hushka's 17 years as an award-winning broadcast journalist for KX News in western North Dakota, she covered...
February 24, 2014 - 1:34pm
Richardton's hometown store: Springfield Market nears 1-year anniversary
RICHARDTON -- In an unassuming small building off Interstate 94 in Richardton, the Springfield Market is an unexpected cornucopia of fresh and unique foods for southwest North Dakotans. The store has been open nearly a year and has grown at a manageable pace, with little surprises...
February 24, 2014 - 12:11am
February 23, 2014
Couple opens coffee shop in Hebron
HEBRON — Customers to the Dark Side of the Brew relax with a newspaper or computer while sipping a cup of gourmet coffee. The floor-to-ceiling windows offer an inviting view of the Main Street. The coffee shop is one of the newest businesses to open in Hebron, thanks to Miranda...
February 23, 2014 - 12:00am
February 17, 2014
Mexican and a little more: La Playa in Beach has new owners, additions to menu
BEACH — Many would say that there’s nothing special about a Mexican restaurant in a border town — except when that restaurant serves much more than Mexican food, and that border is the one along Interstate 94 between North Dakota and Montana. La Playa Restaurant and Bar in...
February 17, 2014 - 11:11am
Spend a day on Beaver Creek: Wibaux brewery has grown from hobby to year-round business
WIBAUX, Mont. — Budweiser was always the king of beers in this town. That was until a few local guys got together and joined the craft beer movement by forming Beaver Creek Brewery. What started as a craft beer club based out of nearby Glendive, Mont., has turned into a popular...
February 17, 2014 - 11:08am
Beck named executive VP of American Bank Center American Bank Center announced the hiring of Ryan Beck as its executive vice president. This is a new position responsible for the overall implementation and management of the bank’s objectives, policies and strategic plans to achieve...
February 17, 2014 - 10:12am
February 10, 2014
They’re not in Kansas anymore: Friends move to southwest ND to open plumbing, HVAC business
Philip Smith and Cole Gresens took a gamble branching out on their own. After working for others for more than a decade each, Smith and Gresens set up Top Notch Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, which officially opened in January in Gladstone. “We take just as much pride...
February 10, 2014 - 3:11pm
February 8, 2014
Medora’s AmericInn adds 26 rooms, renovates existing 55: Bigger hotel accommodates city’s growing winter tourism
MEDORA — As southwest North Dakota grows and changes, so does the state’s No. 1 tourist destination. Medora is seeing more visitors between Labor Day and Memorial Day. Some are tourists checking out what Theodore Roosevelt National Park is like in winter, while others represent...
February 8, 2014 - 11:09pm
February 5, 2014
Three companies fined for misclassifying oil
WILLISTON – Notices sent to three oil companies operating in North Dakota cite 17 shipments of Bakken crude that investigators say were not properly classified under federal law. Spokesmen for the companies facing potential fines totaling $93,000 -- Hess Corp., Marathon Oil...
Energy / oil
February 5, 2014 - 5:36pm