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Dickinson puts tougher rules in place for taxicab companies
Belfield development asks for tax abatements
Audit reveals millions in tuition waivers for out-of-state students
ND Legislature spends on inspectors, training to address rail safety
23-year-old Zap man accused of sex assault on teens
crime and courts
nation and world
Refinery ramps up: Dakota Prairie Refining begins producing fuel from Bakken crude oil
EOG Resources to resume fracking if oil hits $65 a barrel
Bloomberg: Trader Andy Hall says oil prices reached turning point
Businesses move past chaos: As oil prices stay low, Dickinson stores begin feeling slowdown’s effect
From boomtown to hometown: Buildings still going up in heart of the Oil Patch
On Star Wars day, a cereal tribute that is here to stay
Patrick Hope: The biggest sleep
All is ‘write’ with Helma: 99 year old discovers writing, poetry talent and other ways to grow
50 years behind the wheel: Bus driver recalls city route, life with children
A lifetime dedicated to education: Sharon Hansen prepares to retire
Friske edges Wagner in 2-hole playoff
Fath, Sickler help Midgets sweep Braves
Dickinson State defeats Jimmies for championship
Comets edge Blue Hawks: DSU grabs first game, but Mayville State responds to win NSAA title
Zaleski: Legislature got a lot done, but ...
Brock: Oil Patch changing, but oil industry will still be here
Letter: Who is blowing smoke with wind farm project?
Omdahl: Legislature can’t do that much
Our View: Western North Dakota’s oil story is far from told
Ben J. Wolbaum
John P. Custer
Allan A. "Al" Bauer
Glen Francis Snow
Ben J. Wolbaum
Chamber of commerce
September 18, 2014
Sun sets on Bonanza: Citing lack of workforce, restaurant shuts doors after 35 years
The marquee outside of the Bonanza restaurant on West 15th Street says it plainly: CLOSED. The buffet and steakhouse shut its doors Sunday after more than 35 years in the Dickinson community. “We’re done,” franchise owner Bob Wade said Thursday. Wade, who came to North Dakota...
news / local
September 18, 2014 - 11:32pm
November 6, 2013
Coalition organizes to oppose proposed N.D. conservation ballot measure
FARGO – A coalition headed by an influential business group is preparing to mount a campaign opposing the proposed Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Fund aimed for the November 2014 ballot. Andy Peterson, president of the Greater North Dakota Chamber, said Wednesday that the business...
news / north dakota
November 6, 2013 - 10:19pm
August 10, 2013
Chamber opens higher ed meeting to media
BISMARCK -- The media will be able to partake in a meeting here Wednesday between the Greater North Dakota Chamber and North Dakota University System presidents and officials. The meeting was originally scheduled to be closed, but after a critical editorial in Friday's edition of...
news / north dakota
August 10, 2013 - 12:00am
September 1, 2012
Blue Laws slow Sunday shopping: Lawmaker: Requesting change to aging legislation controversial
Need to pick something up from Walmart around noon Sunday? If so, you won't be alone as the retailer's entrances overflow with customers, leaving...
news / north dakota / oil
September 1, 2012 - 12:00am
March 14, 2012
Berg visits Dickinson
North Dakota Congressman Rick Berg met with Dickinson community leaders Tuesday to address housing concerns the area is facing because of an...
March 14, 2012 - 12:00am
January 17, 2012
Sampling Italian cuisine at Dickinson
local / news
January 17, 2012 - 12:00am
December 31, 2011
Killdeer Town Criers call it quits
As of today, Killdeer will be without the Killdeer Town Criers, the town's unofficial chamber of commerce, officials said Friday. "I think we all have really sad feelings about it," said Vicki Pennington, a Killdeer Town Criers representative. "The organization has been really active...
December 31, 2011 - 12:00am