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Forecast: Oil tax revenue to drop $4B
Fargo-Moorhead metro area breaks ‘no’ snow record
State parks to take reservations
Dalrymple to sign civics test bill
Law would allow secret applicants for top education jobs
Keystone XL bill passes in Senate, faces Obama veto
North Dakota drops more rigs
Conoco, Oxy slash 2015 budgets amid crude price collapse
Northeast McKenzie Co. in travel alert
Spills have lawmakers looking for answers
Letter: Teachers should speak up against Common Core
Letter: It’s time to update wage discrimination laws
Letter: Ross was the best VSO in decades
Shaw: Raise North Dakota tax on cigarettes
Letter: Improve outdoor heritage for the future
‘Welcome to Leith’ gets Sundance premiere: Film about town’s fight against white supremacists packs film festival theaters
Monke: Movies for guys to watch … for free
Faulx: Where to watch some of this year’s Oscar nominees
Doctors see more cases of ‘Text Neck’
Eric Church to play Grand Forks
Steven Earl Parker
Esther J. Korth
Herbert "Herb" Carlson
Mark J. Huschka
Martha Williams Richardson
New paint jobs for Sherwin-Williams: ‘The better finish’ store moves to north Dickinson
Patrick Hope: A Link to the Past: The Hub
Journeying the Narrow Path
Jackie Hope: Who’s driving the Mystery Machine?
Hull: Shine your light!
Minot edges Dickinson: Magicians pick up 3 pins en route to West Region win over Midgets
Patriots down Midgets
Century uses second-half surge to top Dickinson
Titans hold commanding lead, beat Raiders
Top 5 showdown awaits UND
$1.1B ‘surge’ funding bill for western N.D. passes Senate
December 20, 2014
More competing for jobs in the Oil Patch
WILLISTON — People seeking work in North Dakota oil country are finding a different climate from two years ago. At North Dakota Job Service on Friday, Lori Fowler was perusing the online job posts looking for an administrative or bookkeeping position. When she first came to Williston...
Energy / Bakken
December 20, 2014 - 5:54pm
August 8, 2014
North Dakota touts jobs, but finding right fit poses challenge
FARGO —State officials are beckoning outsiders to “Find the Good Life” in North Dakota, touting 20,000-plus job openings for six straight months. But what are those jobs? Where are those jobs? And how much do they pay? Those are questions some local, educated job seekers may...
Energy / Bakken
August 8, 2014 - 11:48pm
July 13, 2014
In North Dakota, there’s growing recognition of need for re-entry programs
GRAND FORKS — At the Lake Region Residential Reentry Center in Devils Lake, former inmates get a place to stay after leaving prison, but they have to visit the local employment agency to come up with a plan. Carla Higgins, a manager at the Job Service North Dakota office around...
news / north dakota
July 13, 2014 - 12:12am
December 7, 2013
Out-of-state resumes drop, but growth expected to continue
The number of out-of-state job seekers posting resumes to the North Dakota Job Service database has dropped by about two-thirds from its peak in January 2012, but this in no way indicates that growth in North Dakota is slowing. While North Dakota still has the nation’s lowest unemployment...
news / local
December 7, 2013 - 10:19pm
November 10, 2013
Job Service one of few ND agencies to see budget drop in past decade
BISMARCK — If there’s one loser amid the state’s huge government spending spree, it’s Job Service North Dakota. The state’s portal for job openings, unemployment insurance and labor market information is one of just a handful of state agencies whose general fund appropriations...
news / north dakota
November 10, 2013 - 9:19am
May 27, 2012
Books or Boom? High wages in Oil Patch attract graduates, but colleges still have pull
BISMARCK -- Lisa Douglas was a little shocked when her son told her what he wanted to do after high school graduation. "But like I always told every single one of my kids, it's their choice in what they want to do," she said. After her son Mike Finn graduates from Larimore High...
Bakken / education / Energy / news / oil
May 27, 2012 - 12:00am
March 9, 2012
Stark County mining, oil, gas wages steadily increasing
Stark County companies pay the big bucks for mining and oil and gas extraction. The county paid the highest wages in the third quarter of 2011, allowing employees to pocket more than $2,000 a week, according to a Job Service North Dakota report released Tuesday. "You guys are kind...
news / north dakota / oil
March 9, 2012 - 12:00am