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19 arrested by DUI Task Force in March
With treatment plant down, Larimore asked to conserve water
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Dalrymple: ND to use ‘every tool available’ to fight EPA emission rules: 21 states represented at summit in Bismarck to find common ground on rules
Pipeline leaks saltwater in the Badlands
US appeals court upholds hazardous air pollution rule
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Solving crimes in fairy tale land
Time for changes
Gordon A. Boltz
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Patrick Hope: It’s hip to be Square
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The Last Tree
Supporting farmers, making fuel: After early skepticism, Red Trail Energy ethanol plant in Richardton is going strong
Pifer’s stays busy in Bowman
First year down: ADM-Benson Quinn adds frack sand operation within a year of opening
Keeping up with agriculture: Alliance Ag Co-op’s new facility in Regent serves area ranchers, farmers
A century of shaping Scranton: More than just an elevator, Scranton Equity Exchange enters 100th year as successful independent cooperative
Holten: A list of surprising facts
Letter: Amendment seekers can’t have it both ways with gathering signatures
Other Views: Exciting time to live in state
Omdahl: A dramatic solution for illegal immigration
Ahlin: Developing countries wiser than North Dakota
Zafra, Minot handle Midgets
Hoffner leaves Minot State, returns to Mankato
Blue Hawks sweep by Jamestown
Wild captain Koivu knows how precious playoffs are
March 27, 2014
Where are they now? ‘Family reunion’ for Dorgan, Conrad and Pomeroy at Democratic-NPL convention
FARGO – The travel schedules aren’t as demanding, and they have more time to spend with their families. But all three members of “Team North Dakota” remain involved in public policy advocacy in Washington. The trio that long represented North Dakota in Congress – Byron...
news / North Dakota
March 27, 2014 - 7:33pm
December 9, 2013
Panel hears testimony about native children exposed to violence
BISMARCK – Dressed in dark slacks and a light blue shirt and tie, Lenny Hayes looked every bit his adult self on Monday in the Ramkota Hotel ballroom. But as he leaned into the microphone and began to speak, he became the scared, helpless 6-year-old boy in the corner being groped...
news / North Dakota
December 9, 2013 - 7:56pm
December 7, 2013
How Conrad, Dorgan spent millions left in their war chests
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Former U.S. Sens. Kent Conrad and Byron Dorgan left politics with millions of dollars saved up for campaigns that never happened. Their money didn’t just disappear. Together, Dorgan and Conrad used more than $1.4 million of their old campaign cash to support...
December 7, 2013 - 8:35pm
Omdahl: Let’s talk about reservation problems
Over the next three years, we are going to do a lot of talking about problems on Indian reservations. As a member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., has introduced legislation to create an 11-member, three-year Commission on Native American...
opinion / columns
December 7, 2013 - 2:45pm
November 13, 2013
Byron Dorgan: The right kind of leadership for Indian children
By Byron Dorgan I’m proud of Sen. Heidi Heitkamp for writing legislation that will establish a National Commission on Native Children. Our federal government has a trust responsibility to provide for the education, health and safety of Native American children, yet it continues...
opinion / columns
November 13, 2013 - 7:30pm
June 2, 2013
Former Sen. Dorgan stays busy, writes thrillers
GRAND FORKS -- In "Gridlock," a political thriller due out in July, one of the novel's main characters -- a genius scientist with the dark good looks of actress Lara Flynn Boyle -- drives out to the western North Dakota ranch of a friend, Ashley Borden, "brash" reporter for the Bismarck...
June 2, 2013 - 12:00am
Cabinet role for former Sen. Dorgan?
GRAND FORKS -- A former member of North Dakota's congressional delegation is reportedly being considered for a role in President Barack Obama's Cabinet. Retired Sen.
Energy / news / oil
February 2, 2013 - 12:00am
June 9, 2011
Former GF resident heads Dorgan's new Center for Native American Youth
GRAND FORKS -- Erin Bailey lined up a job in New York City as she prepared to graduate from college, but family ties -- and a quick meeting with her father's one-time employer, former Sen. Byron Dorgan -- instead helped her become part of a team now working to address youth suicide...
June 9, 2011 - 12:00am
March 20, 2011
Senator says Christopher proud of ND upbringing
FARGO (AP) -- Former Secretary of State Warren M. Christopher should be remembered as a true statesman who loved to talk about growing up in North Dakota, several of the state's longtime officials said Saturday. Christopher, who was born and raised in the southwestern North Dakota...
March 20, 2011 - 12:00am
December 30, 2010
Retiring Dorgan spurs action on Indian issues
WASHINGTON (AP) -- By any measure, 2010 was a banner year on Capitol Hill for American Indians. And a huge factor was the pending retirement of a lone senator -- North Dakota's Byron Dorgan. After years of trying, Congress passed several landmark bills for Indians, including laws...
December 30, 2010 - 12:00am
Report lays out Indian Health Service problems
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Aberdeen Area of the Indian Health Service is in a "chronic state of crisis" stemming from serious management problems and a lack of oversight, Sen. Byron Dorgan said in releasing a congressional report on Wednesday. IHS facilities in the Aberdeen Area, which...
December 30, 2010 - 12:00am
June 15, 2010
Spill may advance clean-energy effort
If there was any doubt about it, the Gulf oil catastrophe demonstrates conclusively what would happen if the country got hit with another terrorist attack: Americans would start pointing fingers at one another, starting with the president. It's been a fixation of the media and many...
June 15, 2010 - 12:00am