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Press Pass, Saturday, August 27
FDA wants donated blood tested for Zika virus
Trump's candidacy taking a toll on political ad spending
Benefit being held for Dunn Center teen after reconstructive surgery
N.D. leaders shift toward willingness to spend Legacy Fund earnings for 2017-19 budget
crime and courts
nation and world
Energy leaders partner with UND division for carbon-capture efforts
Minnesota will not appeal North Dakota coal power suit
Standing Rock tribal leaders represented by former U.S. attorney
Coal industry on hunt for funding to capture carbon
Gas suppliers Praxair, Linde hold merger talks
Medora Musical ticket sales cross 100,000
Drug prices keep rising with no end in sight
The corny truth about high fructose corn syrup
Benson: Coyotes and prairie dogs on the Great Plains
How to best utilize a cash back credit card to maximize rewards
Midgets’ offense overwhelms Fargo North in opener
High school football roundup: Wegh collects five touchdowns in Wildfire victory
Late score, second-half defense carries Raiders over Night Hawks
Smoak, Martin bash Blue Jays past Twins
ESPN analyst Brown thinks FCS is the right level for the Bison
Heitkamp: How I'm gearing up to fight for a strong farm bill
Brock: Small town tragedies
Murdock: Never Trump seeds would bear socialist fruit
Letter: We don’t need annual legislative session, we need term limits
Letter: Respect for community and property needed
good bad and ugly
Jeffrey Gordon Ridl
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
National Park Service
August 11, 2016
TRNP quarter to launch Aug. 25
MEDORA—Two weeks from Thursday, a new U.S. quarter bearing the image of Theodore Roosevelt, the North Dakota Badlands and the Little Missouri...
August 11, 2016 - 6:17pm
July 28, 2016
Theodore Roosevelt National Park visitation up 33 percent
MEDORA, N.D.—As the National Park Service celebrates its 100th anniversary, visitation to Theodore Roosevelt National Park is up more than...
July 28, 2016 - 3:42pm
July 12, 2016
Letter: Tourist’s perspective: Refinery so close to park seems unnecessary
Theodore Roosevelt National Park is a North Dakota treasure. As visitors from Virginia, we have enjoyed the North Dakotan hospitality and the beautiful prairie scenery, but we were awestruck by the beauty of the park. Visiting the park was an incredible experience: the colors, the...
July 12, 2016 - 4:40pm
July 2, 2016
President's vision preserved in park
MEDORA—Theodore Roosevelt said his time in North Dakota made him the man he was, but it's very likely his time in the Badlands spurred...
July 2, 2016 - 4:23pm
June 14, 2016
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
June 8, 2016
Rangers search for man who fell into Yellowstone hot spring
Yellowstone National Park rangers on Wednesday were attempting to recover the body of a man who was believed killed after falling into a hot spring at the tourist attraction in Wyoming, a park spokesman said. Colin Nathaniel Scott, 23, was seen by his sister on Tuesday slipping and...
News/Nation and World
June 8, 2016 - 7:14pm
April 21, 2016
Tourism in N.D. parks creates almost $40 million in economic benefits
MEDORA — A National Park Service report estimates in 2015 over 605,500 visitor spent almost $40 million in communities around Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site and Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site. As a result of that...
April 21, 2016 - 11:25pm
April 11, 2016
‘Interested party’ definition draws fire at oil and gas rules hearing
BISMARCK – Conservation groups, labor unions and the National Park Service on Monday slammed a proposed rule that they worry would limit public...
April 11, 2016 - 3:23pm
February 7, 2016
Theodore Roosevelt National Park gears up for a busy year
MEDORA — Theodore Roosevelt National Park’s top official believes it could be a big year for the western North Dakota people’s playground....
February 7, 2016 - 6:01am
May 18, 2015
4 sites released as new options for North Unit visitor center
MEDORA -- Four sites have been identified as potential site alternatives for a replacement visitor center in the North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park, according to the National Park Service. The original visitor center at the park’s entrance -- about 15 miles south...
May 18, 2015 - 3:44pm
November 4, 2014
Ross named acting superintendent of TRNP
MEDORA -- A former Peace Corps volunteer and 20-veteran of the National Park Service has been named acting superintendent of Theodore Roosevelt National Park in western North Dakota. Wendy Ross, former superintendent of Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site in Stanton,...
November 4, 2014 - 5:47pm
October 17, 2014
Retiring from wildlife: Naylor reflects on career with the National Park Service
MEDORA -- Valerie Naylor says she was not pursuing a career when she volunteered at Theodore Roosevelt National Park, but she found one. “It...
October 17, 2014 - 5:12pm
September 8, 2014
Naylor to retire as TRNP superintendent
The superintendent of Theodore Roosevelt National Park will retire from her post at the end of October. Valerie Naylor, who has headed the park for more than 11 years, said her last day will be Oct. 31. An Oregon native, Naylor said she’ll move on to civilian life in her home...
September 8, 2014 - 11:07pm
July 19, 2014
2013 National Park visits, spending down
Far less people visited and spent money at North Dakota’s national parks in 2013, according to a new National Park Service report. About 572,475 people visited national parks in 2013, down from 669,242 in 2012. In 2013, visitors also spent $34.3 million, compared to $39.2 million...
July 19, 2014 - 12:04am
June 20, 2014
Drones banned at all national parks
Visitors and workers on National Park Service land have encountered something unexpected when looking up to the skies -- drones. Prompted by recent sightings in national parks, all types of unmanned aircraft were banned Friday from 84 million acres of National Park Service land...
June 20, 2014 - 4:43pm