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NDSU to host third annual Angus University
State receives $3.1M in federal funding for specialty crops
Southwest ND sees highest land value increase in state
ND livestock development director sees opportunities
Beef Talk: Are 60 percent calving in first 21 days?
Indian environmentalists battle Sandpiper pipeline
N.D. shuts down handler of radioactive oilfield waste for violations in Killdeer
Propane on track: CHS terminal to help compensate for loss of Cochin Pipeline
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
Hope Christian Academy moving forward
A testament to Ukrainian homesteaders: Benefit to help preserve Belfield church
Solving crimes in fairy tale land
Time for changes
Joseph N. Schroeder
Josephine "Jo" Demianew
Fr. W. Kendall Johnson
Rodeo star to entrepreneur: Murphy’s SM Fencing & Energy Services expanding into multiple areas
Bennett: The changing face of TV
Patrick Hope: It’s hip to be Square
Jackie Hope: Ready for the Peeps show?
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
Bresciani: ND schools rank strong nationally
Brock: Modern inventions are more for pleasure than necessity
Letter: Amendment seekers can’t have it both ways with gathering signatures
Other Views: Exciting time to live in state
Avalanche edge Wild: Stastny nets overtime winner as Colorado defeats Minnesota
North Dakota State introduces Walseth as new women’s coach
UND set to see familiar faces
Dickinson’s Love, Wallace pick up wins against Saints
February 8, 2014
Killdeer Area Ambulance gets bigger station
Killdeer Area Ambulance paramedics and volunteers this month will finally see the silver lining of dramatic increases in calls for service. With county and oil impact money, it’ll move into a new station that’s big enough to accommodate them as they respond to calls that have...
February 8, 2014 - 11:11pm
February 4, 2014
Stark County sheriff questioned on overtime: Commissioner wants Tuhy's office to cut back
A Stark County commissioner and the county’s sheriff disagreed Tuesday about overtime hours.
news / local
February 4, 2014 - 4:54pm
January 15, 2014
Halliday responders struggle with state radio
MANNING — Think “Can you hear me now?” but in a much more serious situation. Emergency responders in low-lying Halliday are struggling to connect on the radio — whether to tell each other who is responding to what, or even for two ambulances on the way to the same emergency...
news / local
January 15, 2014 - 10:45pm
December 20, 2013
N.D. counties to get mobile alert system for emergencies
BISMARCK -- Smartphone users in North Dakota counties that currently lack a mobile alert system could soon be receiving alerts about blizzards, floods and other emergencies.
news / North Dakota
December 20, 2013 - 2:20pm
July 19, 2013
Ambulance services hurting in the Oil Patch
PARSHALL -- Ambulance volunteers in western North Dakota are so stressed they can't leave for a weekend because there's no one to cover for them,...
Bakken / Energy / local / news
July 19, 2013 - 12:00am
May 24, 2013
Killdeer Area Ambulance Service working to keep up with oil's impact
Ann Hafner knew she wanted to become an ambulance volunteer after her sister-in-law, living in another state, died of an asthma attack when the ambulance responding to the call got lost en route. "I didn't want that to happen to anybody," Hafner said. Several years later, Hafner...
Bakken / news
May 24, 2013 - 12:00am
March 29, 2012
Oil Patch gets $12 million to help strained emergency services, including $200,000 each for ambulances in Belfield and Medora
BISMARCK -- The state will give strained emergency services in western North Dakota's Oil Patch a $12 million boost -- $5 million more than initially planned - plus $5 million for fast-growing schools. Gov. Jack Dalrymple said the needs are much greater than anybody thought even...
Energy / local / news / oil
March 29, 2012 - 11:10am