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No charges against officer who shot man after chase
Continued growth: U.S. Census: Dickinson, Williston fastest-growing micropolitan areas in the country
Dickinson circus canceled
Snow creates hazardous driving conditions
Higher ed board will interview Potts, Flakoll for chancellor job
As oil prices slide, North Dakota sees manufacturing in its future
ND drilling rig count falls below 100
Boil order lifted for some Divide County towns
Officials clarify when cos. are exempt from flaring rule
Study highlights how oil money trickles out of North Dakota
Holten: That was then; this is now
Letter: Gag amendment for trafficking bill leaves women in the dark
Letter: Why are we voting on discrimination bill?
Letters: Republicans, governor wrong on corporate farming
Other Views: North Dakota farm law changes face test
AppSnap: TripIt alleviates (some) travel stress
Stolen memories: Local family has World War II memorabilia stolen during home invasion
Rural Manvel couple's outdoor birth experience focus of TV reality show
Patrick Hope: Covering the basics
'You've got to learn that kind of patience': Man reflects on wife's dementia diagnosis
Kathleen "Kathy" Chernenko
Numbers on the upswing: Decline in gun tags contributes to success rate jump among ND hunters
Leier: Signs of spring are in the air
Dakota Recreation Report
Hands full from the start: UND’s first round opponent Quinnipac building a strong reputation on college hockey scene
Haussler to retire as Bismarck’s athletic director
Continuing a family tradition: Woroniecki family of rural Hebron has been raising cattle, caring for the land for more than a century
Tiny Taylor experiences growth
Growing steadily: Richardton undergoing big changes as oil’s sprawl drives development, growth
Envisioning the future: Hettinger Extension Center scientists try to determine what’s important to producers
Elevator evolution: Technology changing how elevators like Southwest Grain operate
March 18, 2009
Turkeys are a good spring option
The beginning of my 2009 spring turkey season was on a Wednesday evening, Feb. 11, as I sat in the basement contemplating whether to apply for a license or take the year off. Unlike deer, for which many hunters haven't missed applying for decades, a spring turkey license application...
March 18, 2009 - 11:49pm
March 12, 2009
As a game species, North Dakota's big horn sheep are often over looked when the public considers the impact of adverse weather on its population. Big...
March 12, 2009 - 12:27am
January 8, 2009
Dorgan with Game and Fish
Sen. Byron Dorgan, (D-N.D.) said he agrees with the North Dakota Game and Fish Department on the elk situation at Theodore Roosevelt National...
January 8, 2009 - 12:00am
July 30, 2008
N.D.'s prairie chickens offer a change of pace and a rare opportunity for hunters able to acquire a tag in the lottery
A bird that at one time had dropped off the North Dakota ecosystem's map is now one of the most sought after trophy birds in the state. The prairie chicken, which can be seen on its booming grounds each spring in eastern North Dakota, has a limited population, but one viable enough...
July 30, 2008 - 12:00am
July 23, 2008
Antelope licenses cut
A significant number of licenses have been dropped from this year's pronghorn antelope season. The North Dakota Game and Fish announced this week the number of licenses this fall will drop to 4,631, a decrease of 2,284.
July 23, 2008 - 12:00am
June 18, 2008
Levels on the rise
Things are looking better than expected at two of North Dakota's premiere fisheries. Both Lake Sakakawea and Lake Oahe, south of Bismarck, have exceeded U.S. Army Corp of Engineers' (USACOE) projections for the end of June, and the month is only half over. "It's hard to predict...
June 18, 2008 - 12:00am
June 4, 2008
Officials to discuss lead in venison
Officials from several states will meet in Minnesota today to discuss the potential health effects of lead-contaminated wild game. North Dakota Game and Fish Director Terry Steinwand plans to attend the Bloomington, Minn. meeting and help determine how to deal with the potential...
June 4, 2008 - 12:00am
Seeing Conservation Reserve Program acreage be used for hay land isn't anything new for North Dakota Game and Fish officials, in fact it happens almost every year. However, this year, there has been a slight tweak in the way CRP acreage is being made available to producers for haying. "We've...
June 4, 2008 - 12:00am
May 28, 2008
Luck of the draw
Come July, North Dakota hunters will be eagerly awaiting a letter from the North Dakota Game and Fish in their mailboxes, some patiently, some not so patiently. The reason for the eagerness? Hunters want to start planning for the fall's deer hunting trips, and that letter will...
May 28, 2008 - 12:00am
May 21, 2008
Low water worry
With low water levels on Lake Sakakawea and other lakes throughout North Dakota over the past few years, several people are concerned about the future of fishing in the state. North Dakota Game and Fish fisheries Chief Greg Power said while the lower water levels are a concern, now...
May 21, 2008 - 12:00am
April 23, 2008
Working together for wildlife
Pheasants Forever's business for the last 25 years has been conservation. This dedication to conservation has led to two new initiatives in the state of North Dakota that the group hopes will lead to greater habitat for wildlife in the region. "In regards to the fact that we've...
April 23, 2008 - 12:00am
March 19, 2008
New regulations hope to prevent the establishment of non-native wildlife species
North Dakota Game and Fish Department officials constantly review data in an effort to effectively evaluate current populations and risks to wildlife in the state. As a result, they routinely change or update regulations each year in order to best serve wildlife and 2008 is no different. The...
March 19, 2008 - 12:00am
March 12, 2008
State parks update and add trails in preparation for tourism season
DICKINSON - North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department employees have been busy in the state parks during the fall and winter months of this last year to provide outdoor activities for in- and out-of-state tourists. New amenities and trails in several of North Dakota's state parks...
March 12, 2008 - 12:00am
Stretched thin, Game Wardens manage range of North Dakota
DICKINSON - Thirty-six men and women in North Dakota are tasked with the responsibility to ensure that your hunting and fishing experience is as safe and successful as possible. Those individuals are the game wardens that make up the law enforcement division of the North Dakota Game...
March 12, 2008 - 12:00am