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Hidden world: Informants play key role in western North Dakota’s drug scene
‘Can’t sit and wait’: Businesses come together to revitalize downtown
Check this out: Downloading music is free — and legal — at Dickinson library
Skydiver injured after hard landing
NDSU, UND faculty victimized by bogus tax returns
crime and courts
nation and world
Oil surges after lower than expected US inventory rise
US proposes higher royalty rates for drilling federal land
Oil company sued for racial discrimination in North Dakota
Oil turns higher, rallies to 2015 high on Yemen conflict
North Dakota oil production drops in February
Veeder: Giving the farm the Martha Stewart treatment
Mothers flock to Badlands Baby Fair & Expo
Painting the Patch: Oil worker turned artist finds niche in an unlikely area
Kat Perkins stops by Prairie Rose, Berg
TBT to the first one hundred years
Weather warriors: DSU track and field snags 2 national qualifiers at Blue Hawk Games
Braves beat Midgets in West Region game
Blue Hawks baseball split with Vikings
DSU finishes off 4-game sweep of Valley City
Brock: What is art?
Omdahl: Becoming a nation of political spectators
Schneider and Onstad: GOP oil extraction tax plan wrong for ND’s future
Letter: Wind project will harm Stark County
Our View: DSU students’ achievements among best of the week
Edward V. Kudrna
Continuing a family tradition: Woroniecki family of rural Hebron has been raising cattle, caring for the land for more than a century
Tiny Taylor experiences growth
Growing steadily: Richardton undergoing big changes as oil’s sprawl drives development, growth
Envisioning the future: Hettinger Extension Center scientists try to determine what’s important to producers
Elevator evolution: Technology changing how elevators like Southwest Grain operate
July 16, 2009
New North Dakota farmers market guide now available
BISMARCK - There is something new in the 2009 edition of "Grown in North Dakota," the state's guide to farmers markets and producers, now available from the North Dakota Department of Agriculture. "The new directory includes a Harvest Calendar to help farmers market customers determine...
agriculture / news
July 16, 2009 - 1:49pm
June 24, 2009
Jack-of-all-trades earns hall of fame induction
Growing up in a family of 15 children in the Shell Creek area of the Fort Berthold reservation, 10 miles south of Van Hook, Angus Fox was exposed to the life of a cowboy from a young age, helping his father raise cattle and horses. His extensive experience in rodeo, both in and out...
local / news
June 24, 2009 - 12:00am
June 19, 2009
$2.3M Villard project planned
In the next couple of years Dickinson will have a $2.3 million bandage placed on it. That's how North Dakota Department of Transportation officials referred to a mill and overlay project on Villard Street at an informational meeting few attended at City Hall Thursday evening.
local / news
June 19, 2009 - 12:00am
June 14, 2009
Rockin' the countryside
WIBAUX, Mont. -- Less than 100 people set up camp in a field here Saturday afternoon to be a part of the first-ever Field of Rock festival. Organizers...
agriculture / local / news
June 14, 2009 - 12:00am
June 6, 2009
Is Wibaux ready to rock?
War Machine from the original Rock City -- Detroit, will be among the bands at the first-ever Field of Rock in Wibaux, Mont. on June 13 beginning at 3 p.m. Six bands will be performing throughout the day with a headliner performance by War Machine, a KISS tribute band. The event...
local / news
June 6, 2009 - 12:00am
April 30, 2009
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has lowered the total number of deer licenses issued for 2009, but raised the number in the southwestern part of the state. Deputy Director of the NDGF, Roger Rostvet said the deer hunting proclamation remains tentative as it awaits the governor's...
April 30, 2009 - 7:20am
April 28, 2009
Coal arouses crowd's concern
The North Dakota Department of Health Division of Air Quality is proposing to issue an air quality permit to GTL Energy, a company that has started...
coal / Energy
April 28, 2009 - 11:59pm
Senate confirms nominee
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius won Senate confirmation Tuesday as the nation's health and human services secretary, thrusting her into the middle of a public health emergency with the swine flu sickening dozens of Americans. The 65-31 confirmation vote came after...
April 28, 2009 - 12:04am
April 27, 2009
Area preps for swine flu
No cases of the much talked about swine influenza have been reported in North Dakota, but area health officials are preparing in case of an outbreak. In many ways, swine flu mirrors regular influenza, said Sherry Adams, pandemic flu coordinator for the Southwestern District Health...
April 27, 2009 - 11:19pm
Bond set at $1 million cash for alleged murderer
Judge Zane Anderson set bond at $1 million cash for a Texas man accused of murder during a hearing Monday. Shane Patrick Miller, 39, is charged for shooting Neal Matejovsky, 49, of Dickinson. Matejovsky's body was found in Dunn County on April 10. "In the event he is able to post...
April 27, 2009 - 11:17pm
April 25, 2009
Mother speaks out about punishment for Gladstone crash
Joy Baggatta of Dickinson is angry about the punishment a Dickinson man received after allegedly failing to get help for her daughter, Bridgette...
April 25, 2009 - 11:36pm
April 24, 2009
North Dakota schools rich in oil money
BISMARCK (AP) -- Oil development has made millionaires of some North Dakota schools, but they're running out of time to spend their riches. State law says that if a school's carry-over as of June 30 tops 45 percent of its general fund, the extra money will be deducted from the following...
April 24, 2009 - 11:29pm
Reinventing the onion
Twenty years ago, when Regent native Gary Greff saw fresh diced garlic in grocery stores that could withstand months of refrigeration, he wondered to himself what it would take to do the same with onions. "People hate chopping onions. It gets old in the refrigerator and when it...
April 24, 2009 - 11:20pm
April 23, 2009
Dunn County memorial fundraising passes $100,000
After nearly a year of fundraising, the Dunn County Veterans Memorial Committee has received over $100,000 in donations, prompting them to order the memorial stone and begin finalizing plans for construction. The granite memorial stone, named "India Black", will come from India...
April 23, 2009 - 11:45pm
Washout has neighbors wondering
Following a spring of flooding, the Little Missouri River has decided to take an unexpected change of course. An oxbow in the river on land...
April 23, 2009 - 11:43pm