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More than 600 gather in Kindred to mourn bus driver
SWA sales revenue projected to decrease next year
Police Blotter: Fight occurs in Paragon parking lot
Addition Beach lagoon nears completion: $2.5 million project alleviates sewer issues
2 cats killed, 2 dogs wounded by pet shooter or shooters
crime and courts
nation and world
Banks clip Oasis Petroleum's credit line after oil price rout
Oil executive says U.S. oil output on brink of ‘dramatic’ decline
U.S. oil-rail flux means no retrofit bonanza for tank car makers
Company agrees to added safety measure for proposed pipeline under Lake Sakakawea
Oil bust saps U.S. students' enthusiasm for petroleum degrees
Pumpkins in the Patch and lots of family fun
Baking a cake is a lot harder than you think
Kids growing pumpkins: St. Joseph's Youth Group sponsors Pumpkin Patch
Fall Gala: Games, auctions, food and fun
Wood-Leathermon to exchange vows
If Torii Hunter’s interested, the Minnesota Twins want him back
Minnesota Twins' Trevor May’s one goal: return to rotation
Minnesota Vikings' Adrian Peterson missed a single, but big, block
Minnesota Wild's Charlie Coyle claims switching positions no big deal
ESPN settles on Fargodome to air broadcast of "SportsCenter"
Holten: Aren’t you just a little bit embarrassed?
Letter: Don’t be fooled by the ‘highway to hell’
Letter: Pope, church shouldn’t have been viewed through political lens
Letter: Politicians don’t need to tell us what’s best for family
Other Views: North Dakota governor’s house more than residence
Jhett Jerome Lippert
George M. Morel
December 31, 2011
Jim and Jenica Jackson take 1-year-old Molly Jackson for a walk on a cloudy Friday afternoon in Dickinson
December 31, 2011 - 12:00am
April 17, 2009
Senate kills quiet rail bill; probably will be revived
BISMARCK -- The Senate narrowly voted down a bill late Friday that several North Dakota cities had been counting on to help them silence ear-splitting train horns. But Senate leaders predict the bill will be revived Monday because its prime sponsor, Sen. David Nething, R-Jamestown,...
April 17, 2009 - 10:50pm
Man accused in murder to be transported
A Texas man charged with murder in connection to a Dunn County shooting will be transported from Alabama by next week, Dunn County State's Attorney Ross Sundeen said Friday. Shane Patrick Miller, 39, was arrested April 11 in Gulf Shores, Ala., in connection with the shooting of Neal...
April 17, 2009 - 10:48pm
Medora prepares for flooding
With the Little Missouri River once again on the rise, the Medora City Council and the Billings County Commission held a joint emergency meeting...
April 17, 2009 - 10:34pm
April 15, 2009
Man involved in shooting was stepson
A man arrested in connection with a shooting death Friday has an extensive criminal record and was the victim's stepson. Police arrested Benjamin Orf Friday after 49-year-old Neal Matejovsky's body was found in Dunn County. Orf is his former stepson, said Mary Giles, Matejovsky's...
April 15, 2009 - 10:24pm
Arrests made in connection with Matejovsky case, Sundeen expects more
Benjamin Orf, who authorities arrested Friday in connection to a Dunn County shooting, resides in Dickinson, according to Stark County District Court records. His age was not released and limited information was available Monday.
April 15, 2009 - 12:00am
April 13, 2009
Texas man charged with murder
Authorities have charged a Texas man with murder and another man is in custody in connection with the shooting death of a Dickinson man. Officers found the body of Neal Matejovsky, 49, Friday in Dunn County. Alabama authorities arrested 39-year-old Shane Patrick Miller early Saturday...
April 13, 2009 - 11:36am
April 10, 2009
Area man shot
The body of a 49-year-old Dickinson man was found Friday in Dunn County and foul play is suspected, local authorities said. Dunn County Sheriff...
April 10, 2009 - 11:30pm
April 3, 2009
Senate defeats personhood bill
BISMARCK -- The Senate voted 29-16 Friday to defeat the controversial House Bill 1572, known as the personhood bill, with no debate. Sen. Curt Olafson, R-Edinburg, the only person who spoke on it, said the bill would create more serious legal consequences for the state than any...
April 3, 2009 - 10:37pm
House kills gay rights bill
BISMARCK -- House members on Friday argued that outlawing discrimination against gays and lesbian North Dakotans would protect behavior that can be changed and which God abhors, then soundly voted down Senate Bill 2278. The bill would have added sexual orientation and transgendered...
April 3, 2009 - 10:26pm
March 27, 2009
Thousands flee ahead of flood
FARGO -- Thousands of shivering, tired residents got out while they could and others prayed that miles of sandbagged levees would hold Friday as the surging Red River threatened to unleash the biggest flood North Dakota's largest city has ever seen. The agonizing decision to stay...
March 27, 2009 - 11:10pm
March 13, 2009
Dorgan talks financial reform, energy with Obama
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., met with President Barack Obama and key budget advisers Friday to discuss financial reforms and energy issues under review in Congress. Dorgan was one of four Democratic senators invited by the White House to meet with Obama and his top...
March 13, 2009 - 11:39pm
February 28, 2009
State Hospital study rejected
BISMARCK -- The Senate on Friday rejected a Fargo legislator's request to study transferring the State Hospital's property in Jamestown to the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Even though Senate Concurrent Resolution 4025 states twice that its purpose is to look...
February 28, 2009 - 11:25pm
February 13, 2009
Feeling un-lucky today?
If you're reading this, the world hasn't imploded. It is Friday the 13th after all; anything's possible. Stub your toe getting out of bed?...
February 13, 2009 - 12:00am