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Blind vet paddles kayak through Montana’s whitewater rapids
Missing girl found in Williams County
DSU holds first of 3 candidates forums for dean of students job
Suspect in man camp stabbing goes on trial in Grand Forks
NDUS seeks free online textbooks for students
Nation & World
Oil boom causes high prices, housing shortage in Stanley
Sources: U.S. condensate oil export requests put on hold for now
Crude regulations: Railcar maker says two-year timeline is aggressive, can be done
Biofuel groups: Ethanol needs separate treatment in rail rules
Lawmakers to take a tour of Oil Patch
Holten: Do clothes make the man?
Godfrey: My kind of problems
Letter: Knaus-Parr uniformed about attorney general’s role in ND
Letter: A bond that can’t be broken
Letter: The inalienable right to life
2014 Salute to Seniors
Paid parental leave becoming less common
Outdoor movie night at BAC canceled
‘Heavenly Babies’ program helps families grieve, remember
Fulfilling a North Dakota dream: Longtime Texas history teacher moves ‘home’ to Dickinson
Christ S. Frank
Hazel Ruth Hjort
Dr. Elwood H. Brown
All in the details: Teens spend summer starting an auto detailing business
Journeying the Narrow Path
Hull: What will your legacy be?
Jackie Hope: Park your butts in downtown Dickinson
Patrick Hope: Coming soon to a console near you!
Team is the top priority: Hopfauf helps lead Roughriders entering state tourney
Jahner wins WDJT championship
Vikes hire lawyer from Incognito case to assist with Kluwe talks
Gibson deals, Twins hang on to beat Royals
July 25, 2014
Exploding shooting targets banned from 12 national forests
SALMON, Idaho — Federal land managers on Wednesday banned exploding targets used by shooting enthusiasts from 12 national forests in four western U.S. states, saying the devices could spark wildfires and are a threat to public safety. The prohibition in Idaho, Nevada, Utah and...
news / north dakota
July 25, 2014 - 12:04am
April 12, 2014
BLM ends Bundy standoff: Agency releases herd after protests in Nevada
BUNKERVILLE, Nev. — U.S. officials ended a stand-off with hundreds of armed protesters in the Nevada desert on Saturday, calling off the government’s roundup of cattle it said were illegally grazing on federal land and giving about 300 animals back to the rancher who owned them. The...
news / agriculture
April 12, 2014 - 11:24pm
A rare showdown in Nevada: US seizes Bundy cattle in fight over land use
Armed U.S. rangers are rounding up cattle on federal land in Nevada in a rare showdown with a rancher who has illegally grazed his herd on public lands for decades, as conflict over land use simmers in western states. The dispute in Nevada came to a boiling point after environmentalists...
news / agriculture
April 12, 2014 - 12:08am
January 28, 2014
Watford City man hired gunman, investigators say
BISMARCK — A Watford City man linked to a suspected murder-for-hire scheme in Washington state was ordered held without bail Tuesday after the judge heard that he threatened several people and told authorities his arrest put others in danger because of his connections to organized...
news / crime
January 28, 2014 - 11:16pm
July 21, 2012
Dickinson's Fisher Industries nears completion of $393M Nev. interstate
Fisher Industries of Dickinson is near completion of the Interstate 580 extension, the largest project ever awarded by the Nevada Department...
July 21, 2012 - 12:00am
February 5, 2012
Romney cruises to victory in Nev.
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney cruised to a decisive victory in the Nevada caucuses Saturday night, notching...
February 5, 2012 - 12:00am
May 23, 2010
Chicken costumes banned at polling places
May 23, 2010 - 8:45am
February 20, 2010
$400M Fisher project nearly done
The largest project taken on by both Fisher Industries and the Nevada Department of Transportation is expected to be finished in about 18 months....
local / news
February 20, 2010 - 12:00am
December 17, 2009
Judge asked to block wild horse roundup
WASHINGTON (AP) -- An animal protection group asked a federal judge Wednesday to block a plan to round up about 2,500 wild horses to remove them from a Nevada range. The mustang roundup planned for Dec. 28 would be one of the largest in Nevada in recent years.
December 17, 2009 - 12:00am
December 12, 2009
Reid plays 'shopworn' race card
NEW YORK -- Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid of Nevada recently played the most shopworn trick in the liberal playbook. While debating health care "reform," he ferociously deployed the race card. Reid claimed that "ObamaCare" opponents were like those who "dug in their heels and...
December 12, 2009 - 12:00am
December 11, 2009
Wild horses shot to death on range in Nevada
RENO, Nev. (AP) -- Investigators are looking into the suspected shooting deaths of a group of wild horses in Nevada and the possibility the case could be linked to heated debate over the future of mustangs in the West. U.S. Bureau of Land Management spokesman John Dearing said Friday...
December 11, 2009 - 2:11pm
March 9, 2009
Eagle recovers after NV crash through windshield
Wildlife experts say they're cautiously optimistic that an eagle that crashed through the windshield of a tractor-trailer on a Nevada highway can be released back into the wild in two or three months. The 14-pound golden eagle with a 7-foot wing span is " doing well" at the Northeastern...
March 9, 2009 - 5:04am