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N.D. delegates enter Dem convention spilt between Clinton, Sanders
Press Pass: Dickinson rental prices and occupancy in free fall, Clinton tabs Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine as running mate, Stark County Commission approves courthouse renovation contract, DirecTV viewers in western N.D. still without ABC affiliate KMBY
German-Iranian gunman kills at least nine in Munich shopping mall
Former KKK leader David Duke to run for U.S. Senate
Man dies in rollover near Rugby
crime and courts
nation and world
Minnesota man accused of defrauding Bakken RV park investors
Leaders discuss future of North Dakota coal power plants after announced closure
With largest-ever N.D. wind farm planned, regulator blames coal plant closing on wind power
Enbridge reaches $172M settlement for Kalamazoo spill
Halliburton sees ‘modest uptick’ in rig count this year
Reducing children's exposure to violence starts with ‘stronger political will’
Irsfeld: Where to turn for relief from joint pain, arthritis
VCRs -- an ‘80s living room wonder -- to go out of production this month
Community Health Needs Assessment report available online
Riding for veterans: American Legion Riders chapter plans Legacy Benefit Run
Gibson’s strong outing helps Twins edge Boston
Scoreboard of July 22, 2016
Stroh now fifth in saddle bronc riding after second go at NHSFR
James Hayden named new head coach of Dickinson High girls golf program
Cowboys RB Elliott denies accusations of domestic violence
Port: Our increasingly Orwellian society
McFeely: Sorry, Chancellor Hagerott, individuals matter
Letter: Election results upset the status quo
Letter: Some North Dakotans welcome EPA rule state officials are fighting
Other Views: Let governor’s residence construction proceed
good bad and ugly
Diane K. Berger
Anton "Tony" Kralicek
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
July 15, 2015
Officials have wide latitude in banning people from public property
FARGO — After a man was spotted shooting photos Monday at a downtown Fargo outdoor pool, which was busy with children, local officials took the rare step of banning him from all city pools. In making a decision to bar someone from a public place like a pool, library or other taxpayer-funded...
July 15, 2015 - 11:08pm
May 1, 2013
City to break ground on public works building
After being delayed two weeks because of a winter that didn't want to go away, Dickinson city officials will gather Thursday to break ground...
May 1, 2013 - 12:00am
February 15, 2013
Betty Ott, left, and Anita Kirschmann make Gumball Machine cake pops during a craft activity on Thursday morning at the Dickinson Area Public...
February 15, 2013 - 12:00am
June 20, 2012
North Dakota expands legislative video options
BISMARCK -- North Dakota legislative leaders agreed Tuesday to move forward with a video project that they see as an opportunity to improve public access to the Legislature. In previous sessions, the public has been able to go to legis.nd.gov to watch Senate and House floor sessions...
June 20, 2012 - 12:00am
March 4, 2012
Grassland road use still up in the air
Dakota Prairie Grassland officials said Friday they have yet to pinpoint roads off-limits to the general public, leaving travelers to guess which roads are public and which are private. Dakota Prairie Grasslands Recreation Manager Paula Johnston said she leads the team that is supposed...
March 4, 2012 - 12:00am
February 18, 2012
ND school superintendent retiring after 28 years
BISMARCK (AP) -- Wayne Sanstead, North Dakota's state school superintendent for almost 28 years and the nation's longest-serving state school...
February 18, 2012 - 12:00am
January 28, 2012
Geothermal expansion: North Dakota sees 26 percent increase in installation
Geothermal energy caught on fire last year in North Dakota, increasing installations by 26 percent from 2010, officials said Friday. "Obviously...
January 28, 2012 - 12:00am
October 16, 2010
A look at allowing religious symbols
Dickinson Human Relations Commission members want residents to file applications if they are interested in displaying religious symbols on city...
October 16, 2010 - 12:00am
October 14, 2010
Killdeer school board finds $350,000 after recalculations
KILLDEER -- The Killdeer Public School Board found an extra $350,000 after recalculations. "After recalculating the formula dollars we found...
October 14, 2010 - 12:00am
September 23, 2010
PSC says 'Yes' to 77-mile oil pipeline
BISMARCK -- Construction will begin the first week in October on a 77-mile crude oil pipeline project spanning McKenzie, Dunn and Billings counties after the state's Public Service Commission gave the final OK during a meeting Wednesday afternoon. Bridger Pipeline, LLC received the...
September 23, 2010 - 12:00am
September 12, 2009
Guest column: Cap and Trade not a benefit to N.D.
There are many debates occurring in Washington. One issue, of particular importance to North Dakota, is the future of energy production. Energy is central to the economic well being of everyone in our country and absolutely central to the economic future of North Dakota. North Dakota...
September 12, 2009 - 12:00am
May 29, 2009
No consensus reached on teachers' salaries
Dickinson Public Schools Collaborative Bargaining Team members can't seem to agree on staff salaries and leave days. At Friday's meeting they discussed changes in the staff salary index and personal and emergency leave days but with no resolution. A preliminary schedule was released...
May 29, 2009 - 11:50pm
May 8, 2009
Public invited to learn about TR Expressway
A series of public meetings over the proposed Theodore Roosevelt Expressway, a four-lane highway to begin in South Dakota and run to the Canadian border, are coming up at four locations: Wednesday - Bowman City Hall First Street Northeast Open house: noon-2 p.m. Presentation:...
May 8, 2009 - 12:00am
April 28, 2009
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 23, 2009
PSC gets more reports of sinkholes
BISMARCK (AP) -- The Public Service Commission is finding new sinkholes. The PSC says some have been found north of Beulah, on a county road southeast of Dickinson and under a road near the Scranton grain elevator. PSC President Kevin Cramer says the wet spring has led to the development...
April 23, 2009 - 11:47pm