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ND lawmakers encouraging self-driving vehicle research
Artistry with food
Nursing students appeal to local legislators
North Dakota leaders think Trump will be good for state
Larger than expected ND Capitol Women's March calls for solidarity
crime and courts
nation and world
MDU enters power purchase agreement for Thunder Spirit Wind project near Hettinger
U.S. oil rig count recovers to end 2016 near year-ago levels
New state regulations will affect repairs of pipeline
ND oil production up 7 percent, returns above 1 million barrels a day
Oil pipeline spill near Belfield estimated at 176,000 gallons
Counting on Student Loan Forgiveness? Better Check Your Eligibility Status Again
Magic, murder and mayhem; Foundation sponsors mystery dinner theater
Lauren Alaina to entertain at the Mardi Gras
Saving homeless pets; Oreo's Animal Rescue plans fundraiser
Trinity to present 'Into the Woods'
Midgets boys hockey hold on to win over Braves
Trinity girls basketball beats Buccaneers, snaps losing streak
DSU wrestling takes sixth at Missouri Valley Invitational
Fossum’s career-high leads Dickinson High gymnastics in S.D.
Blue Hawks track and field impresses at BHSU meet
Swift: Lessons learned from watching parents age
Port: Meet Burgum the Politician
Fielding Questions: Ice cream bucket propagation for African violets
Growing Together: Tips for shopping seed catalogs
Minding Our Elders: A needed vacation from caregiving should be guilt-free
Thomas F. Murtha
Medora gears up for visitors
New tellings of old museum stories
Beach vibe in the Bakken
Sax remodels downtown building into custom and detailing center
Business steady as Platinum Motorsports becomes certified
Letter: Dickinson urgently needs lower-priced rentals, better wages for lower-earning workforce
Even Walmart can’t keep enough staff available to keep the shelves restocked, and Bonanza just had to shut down —not due to lack of business, they had plenty of customers, but because they couldn’t keep enough staff to run the business. Methinks the “Powers That Be” in...
September 22, 2014 - 5:17pm
Companies facing big fines for temporary housing
WILLISTON — At least four companies in Williams County are facing significant fines and others could follow as 29 separate temp-housing permits approach their October expiration dates. The lowest fine is about $2 million and the highest is more than $6 million. The expiration...
September 22, 2014 - 4:53pm
September 16, 2014
Man’s gift to Williston: Affordable senior housing
WILLISTON -- Preservation was Earl Westereng’s No. 1 goal when he bought the old Williston High School in 2005. He and his partner’s...
September 16, 2014 - 6:18pm
September 10, 2014
Construction underway: BLM federal building workforce housing; USAF helps at no cost
Construction is underway on a 10-trailer complex for government employees at the Bureau of Land Management’s Dickinson office, where officials...
September 10, 2014 - 10:59pm
Housing forum tackles lack of affordable units in ND
BISMARCK — The trend of North Dakotans being forced to leave their homes because of skyrocketing rents and the state’s lack of affordable housing —especially in oil-impacted areas —will get worse before it gets better, an attorney said Wednesday during a housing forum here. Richard...
September 10, 2014 - 10:57pm
August 29, 2014
Small-town school adjusts to the oil boom: Housing a key to hiring teachers as school adds students, diversity
ALEXANDER — Leslie Bieber was fielding questions from parents and students Thursday morning, as the new year kicked off at Alexander Public...
August 29, 2014 - 9:31am
July 28, 2014
Oil boom causes high prices, housing shortage in Stanley
STANLEY — For Dorothy Lantto, the price is finally right. Lantto, 69, of Stanley, sat watching “The Price is Right,” a popular TV game...
July 28, 2014 - 12:41pm