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Lawmakers strongly deny police report of ‘making out’
Student Senate supports UND/North Dakota as name option
Alleged assault on gay man at UND frat
Police Blotter : Guns taken from residence
Combines spark childhood memories for Coleharbor farmer
crime and courts
nation and world
Big Rail's little cousins find boon in U.S. oil-by-rail bust
Dakota Resource Council questions timing on radioactive waste meeting
Dunn County oil well blowout taints Badlands, but damage limited
Reaction split on proposed natural gas flaring change
Oil soars over 10 percent, biggest gain in 6 years
Patrick Hope: Die for me
Whats with all the retro '70s stuff this fall?
Outsmarting germs: How to protect kids from health threats
Peru trip offers chance to serve: Local volunteers build soccer field for shanty town
'Scoria Roads,' a memoir of living in 20 houses in 21 years
Minnesota Twins secure win despite late White Sox surge
Schnepf: NDSU Bison football should not move to FBS
Bismarck Legacy volleyball beats Dickinson Midgets in home opener
Trinity Titans, Dickinson Midgets football voted for in state poll
Holten: Weakness might be your biggest strength
Letter: Having more people trained in CPR saves lives
Letter: Planned Parenthood videos are a fraudulent ploy
Other Views: The challenge for all fans: What’s best for UND?
Stults: Hollywood has romance all wrong
Linda M. (Neer) Rude
Kenneth A. Kordonowy
North Dakota Lt. Gov. Drew Wrigley admits affair, still mulling run for governor
June 1, 2012
Minot Moves On: Frustration and hope; A year after Souris flooding emotions are mixed in Minot
MINOT -- For Dan and Cindy Griffith, the stress of dealing with the Souris River flood is worse now than when the raging river forced more than...
News / North Dakota
June 1, 2012 - 12:00am
May 18, 2012
A dozen homes to be left in Mott flood zone; 9 houses need removed by June 1
About a dozen homes will be left in the flood zone along Cannonball River in Mott when the buyout ends in 60 days. The Cannonball River poured over its banks and flooded Mott and other portions of Hettinger County in the spring of 2009. That year, nine severely flooded homes near...
May 18, 2012 - 12:00am
February 16, 2012
New use for slightly-used FEMA home: Dunn Co. sheriff wants trailers for deputies
MANNING -- Due to a severe lack of housing, the Dunn County Sheriff's Department is tempted to put deputies into homes formerly used by the Federal...
News / oil
February 16, 2012 - 12:00am
June 30, 2011
FEMA's No. 2: 'This is gonna be a long process'
MINOT -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency's No. 2 official, Richard Serino, toured flooded areas in the Souris River valley Wednesday, pledging afterwards his agency's commitment to the region's recovery. "This is gonna be a long process," he said. "This is not gonna be a...
June 30, 2011 - 12:00am
June 27, 2011
ND Gov. Dalrymple invites president to tour flooded areas
BISMARCK -- Gov. Jack Dalrymple has invited President Barack Obama to tour the flood devastation in North Dakota. Dalrymple spoke on the phone with the president Monday afternoon and thanked him for the presidential disaster declaration, Dalrymple spokeswoman Jody Link said. Dalrymple...
June 27, 2011 - 4:59pm
February 10, 2010
Power back at all homes
Three weeks to the day after a winter storm knocked out power to thousands of North Dakota residents, electricity to all those affected has been restored as of Tuesday afternoon. After heavy ice buildup and high winds downed thousands of power lines, electric cooperatives now estimate...
local / News
February 10, 2010 - 12:00am
August 7, 2009
Limited tornado payback to some
In an announcement by Dickinson City Commission members Wednesday evening, several area agencies will not see federal reimbursement for damage and cleanup costs from a July 8 tornado. Some agencies' bills are minimal and others are facing bills in the ballpark of $400,000 and $90,000...
local / News
August 7, 2009 - 12:00am
August 2, 2009
Distributing donations on hold
Much money was donated to help victims of a July 8 tornado but citizens who need it haven't gotten it yet as officials want to make sure the money is distributed fairly. Pastor Steve Tangen, chairmann of the recently established Stark County Unmet Needs Committee, said funds are...
local / News
August 2, 2009 - 12:00am
July 23, 2009
2 to 3 years to rebuild
It may take two to three years to get Dickinson's housing back on its feet following a July 8 tornado, a city official said Wednesday. Dickinson Commission President Dennis Johnson, along with Gov. John Hoeven and other state, local and federal officials, briefed the media Wednesday...
local / News
July 23, 2009 - 12:00am
July 8, 2009
20 register for disaster assistance in Stark County
Flood recovery continues in North Dakota, as disaster aid continues to be delivered to state, local and tribal governments and to individuals affected by the storms and floods this spring and summer. To date, federal grants and disaster loans total $53.9 million, and disaster-affected...
local / News
July 8, 2009 - 12:00am