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Lawmakers see chances to cut taxes
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Minot man sentenced for bank robbery
Hagen students collect foods, gifts for families in need
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Obama dismisses Keystone XL benefits: Republicans say president is wrong
Coal industry pleased with coal ash label
NY unlikely to face lawsuits over fracking ban, experts say
Decision on oil pipeline sparks protests: Activists ask for help from Minn. governor
Hearing set on ONEOK natural gas plant
Your own little personal frontier
Benson: Christmas stories
Other Views: Scratch one aftershock from oil boom
Jacobs: North Dakota’s Young kept CIA’s secrets
Zaleski: Badlands glow at Cowboy Christmas
Adams and Braun
Craftsmen install marble at St. Wenceslaus
Sharing culture, one cookie at a time: Exchange student attends DSU through partnership between U.S. and Germany
Celebrating Christmas in Medora: Events honor veterans, reflect traditional cowboy ways
'The Sound of Music': Trinity High to present classic musical
Donald E. "Don" Shypkowski
Mike F. Miller
Growing for the community: Stevenson family uses new funeral home as a way to give back
Journeying the Narrow Path
Jackie Hope: Winter arrives at 4:03 p.m.
Patrick Hope: Think outside the ‘Box’
DHS students give back
Strong start, tough finish: Braves win regional dual, Midgets pick up 2 wins at Dickinson Classic
New England, Trinity meet for title game
Five DSU football players honored for their academic achievements
Braves edge Midgets
March 11, 2009
Bill seeks charges against truant students' parents
BISMARCK -- Parents who are chronically negligent in seeing that their children attend school could face misdemeanor criminal charges under a bill heard in the House Wednesday. Senate Bill 2217 was introduced by Mandan legislators after school officials there convinced them that...
March 11, 2009 - 11:42pm
December 17, 2008
Nation's first face transplant done in Cleveland
(AP) - The Cleveland Clinic says it has done the nation's first almost total face transplant. A hospital spokeswoman said Tuesday that the operation was done a couple weeks ago. Reconstructive surgeon Dr. Maria Siemionow (SIM'-en-now) replaced 80 percent of a woman's face with that...
December 17, 2008 - 9:06am
July 24, 2008
Companies may face reporting mandate on measures
BISMARCK -- Corporations and other businesses whose employees are assigned to work for or against initiated measures in North Dakota may have to report the labor costs as in-kind political contributions, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem said Wednesday. Stenehjem issued the opinion...
July 24, 2008 - 12:00am
July 4, 2008
Initiated measures face deadlines
BISMARCK -- Sponsors of a North Dakota tax cut initiative say they'll meet a July 21 deadline to get their measure on the ballot, despite typographical errors that state officials say could give some taxpayers an even bigger break than sponsors planned. Not to worry, sponsors say;...
July 4, 2008 - 12:00am
June 20, 2008
Two Dickinson women face multiple drug charges
DICKINSON - Two Dickinson women are facing charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. According to the criminal complaint filed with the Southwest District Court, Shanielle B. Hopkin, 21, and Stacey L.
June 20, 2008 - 12:00am
May 28, 2008
Residents face drug charges
DICKINSON - The Stark County Sheriff's Department reported Tuesday morning that two Dickinson residents are facing drug-related charges. Melissa Wicklund, 23, and Damien Bruce, 29, each have been formally charged with possession of meth with intent to deliver, possession of marijuana...
May 28, 2008 - 12:00am
March 21, 2008
N.D., western Minn. face mild drought conditions
FARGO -- Troy Coons doesn't remember a spring this dry since 1988. Too little rain last fall and too little snow this winter means the veteran Donnybrook farmer will be going into spring planting without much of a safety net. "It's just really dry," said Coons, who farms northwest...
March 21, 2008 - 12:00am
March 15, 2008
Counselors face many challenges in the future
Fifth in a series DICKINSON - Besides dealing with a shortage of counselors and the needs of a young workforce in the state, there are many other challenges counselors, teachers, administrators, students and parents face for the future. School counselors in the region are looking...
March 15, 2008 - 12:00am