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Police: Shots fired at law officers, protesters pepper sprayed as protest site turns tense
ND man gets 19 years for killing co-worker, dumping body in field
Winning in court, losing on the ground: uncertainty clouds U.S. voting rights
1 killed, 1 injured in crash near Wahpeton
Woman accused of chasing 11-year-old with stun gun
crime and courts
nation and world
Obama administration sends $28 million to aid coal regions
Spill reported at well site without berm
ND health department tightens up on radioactive waste monitoring
Treater leak spills oil, brine in Mountrail County
Legal challenges buy time to develop clean coal
Ark Encounter brings biblical story to life: Faith Expressions to showcase Noah’s Ark collection
Veeder: Rainy horse ride triggers memory of couple's beginnings
Dullum climbs Mount Rainier with his Scout troop
Revitalizing Ukrainian churches: Priest and family from Ukraine arrive in western ND
Gabbert specializes in unlocking puzzles of the mind
UND hopes to reach the top of the Big Sky this season
UND women's basketball team plans to push pace
DSU men's basketball downed by Minot State in home opener
Arrieta, Cubs even World Series with Game 2 win
Grizzlies slip by Timberwolves in season opener
ERICKSON: False hope and lies from the Trump campaign
MURDOCK: Hillary's new hires would go FAR beyond the Supreme Court
HEDGER: Time to finish the job, for jobs
OMDAHL: Lack of research endangers Marsy's Law
JACOBS: Election could gauge party loyalty in North Dakota
Martin R. Harnisch
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
October 14, 2016
Port: Calling yourself a journalist isn't license to break the law
Amy Goodman, who creates left-wing propaganda for Democracy Now, is decrying trespassing charges filed against her because she says she was...
October 14, 2016 - 12:03pm
October 11, 2016
Dakota Access says it'll promptly resume work near Lake Oahe, wants feds help with protests
BISMARCK – Going against the wishes of three federal agencies, the company building the Dakota Access Pipeline said Tuesday, Oct. 11, it plans...
October 11, 2016 - 6:38pm
October 5, 2016
Federal appeals court hears arguments over Dakota Access pipeline
WASHINGTON—Three federal appeals judges in Washington, D.C., heard arguments on Wednesday, Oct. 5, over whether to stop work on a crude...
News/Nation and World
October 5, 2016 - 3:27pm
September 12, 2016
Volunteers' daily work sustains life at pipeline protest camp
NORTH OF THE STANDING ROCK SIOUX RESERVATION — Wood smoke swirled past Dan Four Thunders as he sipped coffee outside the main kitchen at the Camp of the Sacred Stones. "This is Siouxbucks," he said, smiling. "And this is our star barista over here. Coffee, tea — he does...
September 12, 2016 - 9:17pm
September 8, 2016
McFeely: Go to the camp, Gov. Dalrymple, and talk
FARGO—You should have visited Cannon Ball by now, Governor. Maybe you still could. It might help clear up some things, for all of us. You...
September 8, 2016 - 6:43pm
August 15, 2016
Emmons County asks Congressional reps for river meeting
LINTON, N.D. — The Emmons County Commission is urging the North Dakota congressional delegation to come to a meeting to form a consensus on why some "excess" lands taken by the federal government for the Oahe Dam should go back to the state. Donavin L. Grenz, the county state's...
August 15, 2016 - 9:58am
July 11, 2016
Red River water project signup deadline looms
FARGO -- Communities and rural water systems that want to tap a planned pipeline to carry Missouri River water to the east soon will have to...
July 11, 2016 - 9:56pm
June 14, 2016
Lime slurry spilled into Missouri River in Bismarck
BISMARCK -- A tank overflowed at the Bismarck Water Treatment Plant over the weekend, spilling 50,000 gallons of lime slurry into the Missouri River. “We have assessed the situation with the health department and concur that there was no immediate danger to the public or water supply,"...
June 14, 2016 - 4:43pm
Fort Union celebrating 50th year as historic site
WILLISTON -– Oil has changed the landscape of northwestern North Dakota, but one historic site still looks much the same as it did in the mid-1800s....
June 14, 2016 - 11:48am
May 20, 2016
Dakota Recreation Report of May 19, 2016
Outdoor notes May 30: Military Appreciation Day at all North Dakota State Parks. June 1: Deer gun and muzzleloader applications due. Tournaments May 21: Missouri River; Graner’s Bottoms, Lake Audubon. Fishing Lake Sakakawea elevation, May 17: 1,838.37 feet above mean sea level;...
May 20, 2016 - 12:42am
March 28, 2016
Red River Water Supply Project funding faces new hurdle
FARGO, N.D. --The quest to bring Missouri River water to the Red River Valley has faced many obstacles over the decades, including environmental opposition and the federal budget crunch. Now a new hurdle looms for the proposed Red River Valley Water Supply Project: low oil prices....
March 28, 2016 - 9:16am
March 7, 2016
Collector well option breathes new life into water supply project for eastern ND
BISMARCK – A decades-old vision of sending Missouri River water to eastern North Dakota to provide relief during times of drought has found a new path forward – and it starts underground. A recently completed study confirms that a system of collector wells along the Missouri River...
March 7, 2016 - 7:46pm
December 4, 2015
New wastewater treatment plant is good news for Missouri River
WILLISTON, N.D. – The first phase of a new Williston wastewater treatment plant is complete, greatly reducing the impact the growing city is...
December 4, 2015 - 10:42pm
November 28, 2015
Double Ditch Indian Village’s $3.5 million project to preserve burial grounds with a view
BISMARCK -- Preservation of the Double Ditch Indian Village and burial grounds along the Missouri River that conservatively may have the remains...
November 28, 2015 - 6:45pm
October 27, 2015
Highway 85 bridge south of Williston to be closed Thursday
WILLISTON -- The Lewis and Clark Bridge on U.S. Highway 85 south of Williston will be temporarily closed from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. CDT Thursday for maintenance work. Motorists will need to take alternate route across the Missouri River: the Four Bears Bridge on Highway 23 near...
October 27, 2015 - 10:39am