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Heitkamp votes frustrate some Dems, but party still behind her
Family mourns husband, father at center of missing person search earlier this month
Moen pleads guilty in Gaarsland beating death outside Fargo bar
A new face downtown: Local developer Adam Metzker talks about origins and his work in Dickinson
Police Blotter: Man arrested for theft, drugs at Wal-Mart during Thanksgiving shopping
crime and courts
nation and world
Decision time in South Dakota on huge Bakken pipeline
Tesoro a step closer to final decision on proposed railport for Bakken crude
Stark County Planning and Zoning approves erection of more wind towers
Eastern Montana businesses settle in to weather latest downturn in oil market
Oil gains, bond prices inch up on Turkey-Russia tensions
Q&A: Gwen Sebastian and Kat Perkins bring tours home for holidays
A roadmap at the end of life: Angel Advocates helps simplify settlement of an estate
The dilemma of serving turkey for Thanksgiving Day dinner
Patrick Hope: 2015 Turkey of the Year: The Swamp of Sorrows
Kat Perkins holding Christmas concert in Dickinson: Gourmet meal, concert to be held Nov. 30 at Astoria
Dickinson State men's basketball limits Rocky Mountain College to little offense in win
Dickinson State women's hoops hangs on for victory over Rocky Mountain College
Minnesota Timberwolves upend Sacramento Kings on the road
Vikings' Barr hopes to follow in Hall of Famer Brooks’ footsteps
Brock: Thankful for American farmers
Letter: New wind ordinances needed and promised
Other Views: Nickname fracas needn’t hurt UND fundraising
Jacobs: Election yawns? Check out legislative races
Heitkamp: Thank you to those who make the difference
Fabian G. Zimmerman
David "Hutch" Hutchings
September 5, 2015
Hotel workers still waiting for back wages, damages after settlement with Fargo businessman
BISMARCK –- As he headed out the door for a job interview Thursday afternoon, Ralph Reynolds was still waiting for payment-in-full for the work he did at a Fargo hotel more than two years ago. He may not have to wait much longer. A U.S. Department of Labor spokesman said letters...
News / North Dakota
September 5, 2015 - 10:07pm
October 12, 2013
Veterans await shutdown resolution
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Two federal government shutdown episodes stand out for U.S. Rep. Tim Walz. One is families of military personnel killed in duty not receiving federal aid they were due.
October 12, 2013 - 12:00am
September 1, 2010
Commissioners give teachers' pay a good look
BISMARCK -- North Dakota is looking to get creative when it comes to paying teachers. The North Dakota Commission on Education Improvement discussed an alternative teacher compensation system at its Tuesday meeting. It's apparent both nationally and in North Dakota that the traditional...
education / local / News
September 1, 2010 - 12:00am
June 4, 2009
Letter: Workers' compensation just not working
On June 21, 2006 I was working in the oil patch when I injured my right wrist and hand as well as my neck and upper back. Since then, I've developed Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, an incurable condition that causes constant, excruciating pain. Workforce Safety and Insurance pretended...
June 4, 2009 - 12:00am
January 7, 2009
Husband wants estranged wife to return kidney
GARDEN CITY, N.Y. (AP) -- Forget fighting over the vintage record collection, or Aunt Betty's prized bauble. A Long Island surgeon embroiled in a nearly four-year divorce proceeding wants his estranged wife to return the kidney he donated to her, although he says he'll settle for...
January 7, 2009 - 12:00am
November 26, 2008
WSI: Workers' comp premiums lowest in nation
BISMARCK -- Workforce Safety and Insurance said Tuesday that North Dakota has again been ranked as having the lowest workers' compensation premiums in the country. WSI said it is the fourth time in a row that the study has found North Dakota is the lowest cost. The national study...
November 26, 2008 - 12:00am
June 30, 2008
N.D. Supreme court reinstates WSI chief's criminal charges.
BISMARCK--The state Supreme Court today reinstated felony criminal charges against former workers' compensation chief Charles "Sandy" Blunt. The court reversed a Bismarck district judge who dismissed the case following a preliminary hearing last August. Blunt had been charged with...
June 30, 2008 - 12:00am