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More than 600 gather in Kindred to mourn bus driver
Additional Beach lagoon nears completion: $2.5 million project alleviates sewer issues
Crashes involving farm trucks put focus on road safety during harvest
SWA sales revenue projected to decrease next year
Police Blotter: Fight occurs in Paragon parking lot
crime and courts
nation and world
Oilfield cannibals: To save cash, U.S. drillers strip idle rigs
Banks clip Oasis Petroleum's credit line after oil price rout
Oil executive says U.S. oil output on brink of ‘dramatic’ decline
U.S. oil-rail flux means no retrofit bonanza for tank car makers
Company agrees to added safety measure for proposed pipeline under Lake Sakakawea
Pumpkins in the Patch and lots of family fun
Baking a cake is a lot harder than you think
Kids growing pumpkins: St. Joseph's Youth Group sponsors Pumpkin Patch
Fall Gala: Games, auctions, food and fun
Wood-Leathermon to exchange vows
Zach Kubas provides leadership for Trinity Titans’ linemen
NDSU prepping for two differing Northern Iowa quarterbacks
Trinity Titans volleyball tops New England Tigers in tough sweep
Sydney Getz shoots a 93 to lead Dickinson High at state golf meet
If Torii Hunter’s interested, the Minnesota Twins want him back
Holten: Aren’t you just a little bit embarrassed?
Letter: Don’t be fooled by the ‘highway to hell’
Letter: Pope, church shouldn’t have been viewed through political lens
Letter: Politicians don’t need to tell us what’s best for family
Other Views: North Dakota governor’s house more than residence
Jhett Jerome Lippert
George M. Morel
August 4, 2015
Bismarck Diocese cuts ties with Boy Scouts over lifting of gay leadership ban
BISMARCK -- The bishop of the Catholic Church’s Bismarck Diocese has ordered all of its parishes and schools that sponsor Boy Scouts troops to cut ties with the organization because of its decision last week to lift a ban on allowing openly gay adults to serve in leadership positions....
News / North Dakota
August 4, 2015 - 11:37am
June 16, 2015
Pope draft encyclical calls for swift action on climate change
VATICAN CITY -- The world could see the destruction of entire ecosystems this century without urgent action on climate change, Pope Francis says in a draft of his keenly awaited encyclical on the environment. In the Italian version of the 192-page document, posted on Monday by...
News / Nation and World
June 16, 2015 - 1:39pm
May 18, 2015
Marching for life
Quinnlyn Nelson said it took her a while Thursday to grasp the scope of the moment. Nelson and fellow Trinity High School senior Brittany Berger...
May 18, 2015 - 3:02pm
February 7, 2015
Vatican abuse commission to recommend action against bishops
VATICAN CITY — A commission advising Pope Francis on how to root out sexual abuse of children by clergy in the Catholic Church is studying...
February 7, 2015 - 8:43pm
May 18, 2013
Less abuse, but not all follow church audit
GRAND FORKS -- An annual report, sponsored by the U.S.
May 18, 2013 - 12:00am
May 4, 2013
Civil suit against Bismarck diocese for abuse settled
A civil suit brought against the Diocese of Bismarck by a man who claimed a priest with North Dakota ties sexually abused him has been settled. Both parties involved in civil case John Doe No. 87 vs. the Diocese of Bismarck filed in U.S. District Court in Hawaii agreed to settlement...
May 4, 2013 - 12:00am
March 12, 2013
Boston's O'Malley, the 'cappuccino priest,' a hit in Rome
VATICAN CITY -- The archbishop of Boston, dressed more often in the humble brown robe of his religious order than a cardinal's regalia, has emerged as an unlikely star amid the drama unfolding in Rome. Vatican analysts for the leading Italian newspapers have repeatedly listed Cardinal...
March 12, 2013 - 3:14pm
January 6, 2013
Colorado man suing Bismarck Diocese comes forward
A Colorado man suing the Catholic Diocese of Bismarck for negligence over sexual abuse by a priest who has said he suffered in the 1970s has lifted his anonymity. Colorado resident Steven Crochet, 46, is alleging in civil documents filed in U.S. District Court in Hawaii that he...
January 6, 2013 - 12:00am
February 11, 2012
Under fire, Obama adjusts his birth control policy
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Under fierce election-year fire, President Barack Obama on Friday abruptly abandoned his stand that religious organizations must pay for free birth control for workers, scrambling to end a furor raging from the Catholic Church to Congress to his re-election foes....
February 11, 2012 - 12:00am