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Finding a compromise: Latest plan to build worker camp in Fryburg postponed
Fund started to Fargo repair bison sculpture
Group circulates petition for audit of North Dakota agencies’ oil industry oversight
Game and Fish drops deer tag limit proposal: Outcry cited as reason for decline
DSU fall students graduate today
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Decision on oil pipeline sparks protests: Activists ask for help from Minn. governor
NY unlikely to face lawsuits over fracking ban, experts say
Hearing set on ONEOK natural gas plant
Utah company fined $687,000 for saltwater violations
N.D. regulators approve $240M wind farm
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Benson: Christmas stories
Other Views: Scratch one aftershock from oil boom
Jacobs: North Dakota’s Young kept CIA’s secrets
Zaleski: Badlands glow at Cowboy Christmas
Adams and Braun
Craftsmen install marble at St. Wenceslaus
Sharing culture, one cookie at a time: Exchange student attends DSU through partnership between U.S. and Germany
Celebrating Christmas in Medora: Events honor veterans, reflect traditional cowboy ways
'The Sound of Music': Trinity High to present classic musical
Twila A. (Renner) Burk
Donald E. Shypkowski
Arlene "Faye" Napton
Growing for the community: Stevenson family uses new funeral home as a way to give back
Journeying the Narrow Path
Jackie Hope: Winter arrives at 4:03 p.m.
Patrick Hope: Think outside the ‘Box’
DHS students give back
Dickinson ready to be at home
Prince supplies 18 points as Tigers defeat Killdeer
Blue Hawks play UND in exhibition
Trinity tames Cougars: Titans use a trio of scorers to top Heart River in Roughrider Tournament
Semi truck fire closes Highway 22
February 14, 2014
Fargo-area youth sports groups say rules keep parents in check: None has required class, as Winnipeg mandated after fight in Fargo
WEST FARGO — A Canadian youth hockey league decided this week to require parents of players to take a sportsmanship class after a fight at a tournament here Sunday between parents and coaches of two teams from Winnipeg. The teams linked to the fight, which didn’t result...
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February 14, 2014 - 6:16pm
September 8, 2013
Attorney says parents' rights being edged out by grandparents' in wake of unusual ruling
GRAND FORKS -- In a ruling that defied predictions made by family law attorneys, a Grand Forks judge has upheld his decision to allow a 16-year-old girl free rein to visit her grandparents at any time, over the objections of her parents. "This case has created an enormous amount...
September 8, 2013 - 12:00am
July 11, 2012
Parents defend children working on farms
FULTS, Ill. (AP) -- As he watched his 10-year-old son ease a tractor across a soybean field, Dennis Mosbacher acknowledged the risks of farming. But...
July 11, 2012 - 12:00am
March 21, 2009
Early entrance available for K-1st graders
Parents who think their children are ready to enter Kindergarten or first grade early may do so under the state's early entrance evaluation system. Although a handful are evaluated in the area, few enter schools through that system, school officials say. Under the system, schools...
March 21, 2009 - 9:40pm
March 11, 2009
Bill seeks charges against truant students' parents
BISMARCK -- Parents who are chronically negligent in seeing that their children attend school could face misdemeanor criminal charges under a bill heard in the House Wednesday. Senate Bill 2217 was introduced by Mandan legislators after school officials there convinced them that...
March 11, 2009 - 11:42pm
February 17, 2009
Parents may be charged if ND students skip school
BISMARCK (AP) -- North Dakota's Senate says parents of students who repeatedly skip school could find themselves facing criminal charges. Senators voted 44-3 on Monday to approve toughening North Dakota's anti-truancy law.
February 17, 2009 - 9:00am
June 29, 2008
More than 1,000 parents are without licenses for child support debts
BISMARCK -- More than 1,000 North Dakota drivers' licenses are currently suspended for failing to pay child support, Another 688 people are on payment plans to clear arrearages knowing that if they don't keep up their payment plans, they'll lose their licenses, state Child Support...
June 29, 2008 - 12:00am
April 12, 2008
State expands program helping parents find jobs
BISMARCK -- A state program that helps parents get jobs so they can keep up with their court-ordered child support payments is expanding into Fargo, Bismarck and Minot regions. Begun in 2005, the program known as PRIDE was first offered in Dickinson and then expanded to Grand Forks...
April 12, 2008 - 12:00am