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A year gone, Trinity fire memories are of silver linings
What’s the beef with meat?
Ward County approves larger jail project
Center couple charged with photographing sex act with minor
Williston man charged in stabbing
Oklahoma company sets sights on ending flaring in Bakken
Brent approaches $61: ND rig count continues to fall
Obama explains Keystone XL pipeline veto in interview with WDAY’s Kealy
Shell’s Washington rail project faces lengthy delay
Continental gets boost from sale of oil hedges
Other Views: ‘Be careful what you wish for’
Baumgarten: ‘Fool me twice’ attitude bad for city planning
Our View: Athletics had both happy, sad headlines
Brock: A Bakken fairy tale?
Helms: Safe oil shipments are regulators’ constant goal
Gwen Sebastian to debut new single
Kat Perkins coming back to Medora
Chamber choir to perform
Take the Yellow Brick Road to Oz this weekend
Hope: Let's just cheat!
Lorraine M. Rebel
Emma Rose Berger
Eileen J. Smith
Janis Carlson Dahlberg
Rolling to victory: Minot scores its season best to take state title, Dickinson places second
UND secures home ice with win
Herauf breaks records en route to Big Ten title
Blue Hawks split season opener with Crookston
Double-duty principal: Tessier serves both Trinity elementary schools
‘Lit’ Love: DSU professor, published writer shares love for literature with students, public
Broken Brick finds its niche: Main Street dining room finds clientele with Friday, Saturday night meals
A place for Little Saints: New day care in old school building has had no problem attracting parents
Western ND schools house teachers to help with recruitment
November 15, 2014
Omdahl: Constitution requires lower expectations
Despite the convincing Republican victories in the 2014 off-presidential election year, they will do little to change the Washington gridlock detested by the electorate. At least, that’s what the U.S. Constitution says. Haunted by the abuses of King George III, the Constitution...
November 15, 2014 - 5:47pm
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...
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November 6, 2013 - 10:19pm
February 14, 2013
Resolution reprises 1998 higher ed measure to change state constitution
BISMARCK -- Lawmakers are discussing a resolution that would let voters decide to change and delete language in the state constitution about the North Dakota's public universities. House Concurrent Resolution 3008, heard Wednesday in front of the House Judiciary Committee, proposes...
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February 14, 2013 - 12:00am
July 15, 2012
Women's group has strong roots in North Dakota
FARGO -- North Dakota may be a considered conservative in the ballot boxes, but when it comes to leading the way for equality, the state has consistently moved forward. The League of Women Voters of the Red River Valley remains both a strong advocate and educator on issues of voting...
July 15, 2012 - 12:00am
June 13, 2012
Voters favor Measure 1 despite 2008 failure
GRAND FORKS -- Measure 1, which would amend the state Constitution to allow legislators to be appointed to statewide office, appeared headed for victory Tuesday night. As of 10:38 p.m., the measure had 82,250 "yes" votes and 55,817 "no" votes with 395 precincts reporting. The...
June 13, 2012 - 12:52am
April 25, 2010
Good old days better left behind
Better late than never, today let me put in a good word for the 18th century. They were the glory years capped by the American Revolution. If you go down to Colonial Williamsburg, and I would strongly recommend it, you get a strong sense of what life was like at that time. The scene...
April 25, 2010 - 12:00am
April 9, 2010
Constitutional experts seem all the rage
One of my colleagues -- herself both an editor and a member of the bar (the legal bar and not the type of bar other journalists have been known to prop up) -- remarked the other day that suddenly every Joe in the country has become an authority on the Constitution. It is true.
April 9, 2010 - 12:00am