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Preacher in the Patch: Priest helps fulfill spiritual needs of a growing community
Environmentalists sue to stop crude-by-rail terminal
ND Bakken workers see hours cut as prices slump
Where do the rigs go? Oil companies look to store massive equipment
Ness: Eminent domain may be needed to reduce flaring
Monke: Getting a fan’s perspective on Super Bowl XLIX
Our View: Slowdown allows time to weigh environmental impacts
Omdahl: The real civics test for raising good citizens
Veeder: Sometimes it may only be the dreams we have in common
Letter: Teachers should speak up against Common Core
'Sgt. Reckless' author comes to Dickinson: Area native Art Sickler tended to hero horse following Korean War
Foundation awards grant to teach drumming
DCS Fine Arts Club to host Divine Wine and Dine event
Fellow Flowers running movement sponsors 'DCeclare It Day'
‘Welcome to Leith’ gets Sundance premiere: Film about town’s fight against white supremacists packs film festival theaters
Nathan A. Sims,
Steven Earl Parker
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!
Keeping watch: Social media impacts athletes’ lives on a daily basis
Oversen places 6th at Grand View Open
Seau, Bettis lead 2015 Hall of Fame class
Kudrna has quality return for Dickinson
Seattle: slayers of HOF QBs in SB
A new era for water reclamation: Dickinson facility built to serve the Oil Patch
Striving to be ‘best in class:’ In only a few years, The Fisher Group has grown Dickinson’s business community
Changing with the community: Mackoff Kellogg law firm adjusts to area’s changes in 126th year
Southwest ND towns to invest millions during 2015 construction projects
Westward expansion: City eyes adoption of new West Dickinson Area Plan
north dakota state legislature
April 29, 2011
Legislature passes higher ed budget
BISMARCK -- The North Dakota Legislature gave its final approval to the state's higher education budget on Thursday in one of the last actions of this legislative session. The bill combines funding for equity and tuition affordability, and reduces the total amount by $1.4 million...
April 29, 2011 - 12:00am
April 17, 2011
Bill talks stretch into weekend
BISMARCK (AP) -- Some North Dakota lawmakers spent Saturday in the state Capitol to work on the final details of budget bills and other legislation...
April 17, 2011 - 12:00am
April 15, 2011
Changes to ND Teacher of the Year program expected
BISMARCK (AP) -- Lawmakers moved Thursday to minimize the North Dakota Education Association's role in celebrating the state's Teacher of the Year because of its snub of an award winner three years ago. The North Dakota Senate voted 38-9 to approve legislation that directs the governor...
April 15, 2011 - 12:00am
Commerce budget passes House amid controversy
BISMARCK - The battle over Centers of Excellence and child care grants continued Thursday as the state House again passed a budget for the state Commerce Department. Unhappy with changes the Senate made to the original bill, the House killed the budget on Wednesday and decided to...
April 15, 2011 - 12:00am
March 31, 2011
House: Voters decide ed board changes
BISMARCK -- North Dakota voters should be able to decide if major changes are needed to the state's education system, the state House decided Wednesday. On a 52-40 vote, the House approved House Concurrent Resolution 3046. The resolution calls for creating a state Department of...
March 31, 2011 - 12:00am
March 30, 2011
House increases road closing fine
BISMARCK -- Drivers knowingly out on closed roads in hazardous conditions need to face bigger fines, state lawmakers ruled Tuesday. The House voted 60-34 to increase the fine from $20 to $250 after much debate. The bill stems from concerns about the number of drivers on closed roads...
March 30, 2011 - 12:00am
March 26, 2011
Committee does not support texting ban
BISMARCK -- A statewide texting while driving ban may not be in North Dakota's near future. The Senate Transportation Committee decided Friday that it will tell the full Senate to not support a ban. Sen. Dave Oehlke, R-Devils Lake, said the penalty of the texting while driving...
March 26, 2011 - 12:00am
Senate hears traffic fine bill
BISMARCK -- North Dakotans may soon see bigger fines for speeding and running through stoplights. House Bill 1278 would allow North Dakota cities to double the fines for traffic violations. The House barely passed the proposal, which is now before the Senate Transportation Committee....
March 26, 2011 - 12:00am
March 20, 2011
Driving, education come up at Coffee with the Legislators
Driver-related legislation was the buzz at Dickinson City Hall Saturday morning during Coffee with the Legislators. Gladstone resident Ralph...
March 20, 2011 - 12:00am
January 13, 2011
Bills introduced to ND Legislature
BISMARCK -- Prohibiting drinking at college sporting events, banning tuition increases and including abstinence concepts in school health curriculum are among the issues lawmakers will discuss in the coming weeks. North Dakota lawmakers are piling up their workload this week as...
January 13, 2011 - 12:00am
December 18, 2010
Where are the women? Legislature has fewest women in 24 years
BISMARCK -- For Shirley Meyer, one thing stands out when looking around at state lawmakers. Nearly all of them are men. "You look around our chamber and the Senate also -- the first thing you'll notice is the lack of women," Meyer, D-Dickinson said. "The next thing you notice...
December 18, 2010 - 12:00am