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Dickinson man pleads not guilty to intent to deliver drugs near school
Men approaching cars at Jamestown area rest stops
Driver causes damage on Bismarck golf course
Clinton, Trump take off the gloves in first debate
Police Blotter: Dickinson man arrested after pushing, threatening officer
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RockPile gets bought out, expands
Sunoco, behind protested Dakota Access pipeline, tops U.S. crude spill charts
Tribal official urges respect in pipeline debate
Brady Wind farms south of Dickinson to be completed by December
Port: Burgum says Obama blocking Dakota Access Pipeline could spark recession
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Engagement: Schank and Hofland
Engagement: VanDoorne and Johnson
DSU to showcase artwork by Donna Watts
How to prevent childhood obesity
Titans volleyball rolling in early part of Region 7 schedule
Pressure has increased on Ryder Cup captains
Ryder Cup neighborhood gets no-pedestrian zone in Chaska
Palmer's last course he had under construction in Minnesota
Blue Hawks golf in 6th at NSAA meet
Port: One of these idiots its going to be president
Veeder: Connecting with grandma's memory over a slice of apple pie
Our View: Feds should pay for Dakota Access protest costs
Port: Marsy's Law campaign has been bizarre, insulting, inaccurate
Other Views: Mask comes off of Voter ID laws
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Roderick "Rick" Wilhelm
Regina M. Bruha
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
September 26, 2016
Morton County Sheriff: Pipeline security guard injured in confrontation with protesters
BISMARCK – Authorities say a Dakota Access Pipeline security guard sustained minor injuries in a confrontation Sunday, Sept. 25, with pipeline...
News/crime and courts
19 hours 52 min ago
September 23, 2016
Listening sessions established to allow tribal input on federal infrastructure projects
WASHINGTON - Federal agencies have scheduled a listening session and tribal consultations in six regions of the country in response to concerns raised by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's challenge of the Dakota Access Pipeline. The U.S. Departments of the Army, Interior and Justice...
September 23, 2016 - 9:21pm
Dakota Access buys land near encampment where tribe claims sacred sites disturbed
BISMARCK — The company building the Dakota Access Pipeline has purchased 20 parcels of land totaling several thousand acres just north...
September 23, 2016 - 9:13pm
September 22, 2016
Native American tribes bring Dakota pipeline fight to Congress
WASHINGTON — Native American tribes took their fight to Washington on Thursday, Sept. 22, to stop development of a $3.7 billion oil pipeline,...
September 22, 2016 - 4:54pm
Cheaper option feasible for RRV Water Supply Project, officials say
BISMARCK — Officials spearheading a decades-old effort to divert Missouri River water to eastern North Dakota during droughts said they've...
September 22, 2016 - 2:18pm
September 19, 2016
Delay to new pipeline rules disappoints Helms, union
BISMARCK — North Dakota's top oil regulator says he is disappointed new rules for gathering pipelines won't take effect Oct. 1 as proposed,...
September 19, 2016 - 6:29pm
September 15, 2016
Lawmakers say angel fund skirted law with real estate investments
BISMARCK — Three agencies are investigating whether a North Dakota angel fund ran afoul of state law when it sought investors for real...
September 15, 2016 - 5:58pm
September 14, 2016
Felony charges up ante for Dakota Access protesters
NEW SALEM, N.D. – Authorities upped the ante Wednesday, Sept. 14, in trying to discourage protesters from disrupting work on the Dakota Access...
September 14, 2016 - 5:54pm
September 11, 2016
North Dakota oil pipeline delays could hit producers, shippers
NEW YORK—With the U.S. government siding in favor of Native American protests against a key North Dakota pipeline, local oil producers...
September 11, 2016 - 10:11pm
September 10, 2016
Jamestown man's collection of 9/11 reference material may be largest outside of national memorial
JAMESTOWN, N.D.—Fifteen years after the 9/11 attacks, Larry Phillips of Jamestown said he is still very angry. Phillips, who said he believes...
September 10, 2016 - 6:01pm
July 11, 2016
Dallas police chief says state’s open-carry gun laws can cause confusion
DALLAS — The Dallas police chief said on Monday that Texas state laws allowing civilians to carry firearms openly, as some did during the protest where five officers were fatally shot, present rising challenges to law enforcement, as he stepped into America’s fierce debate over...
News/Nation and World
July 11, 2016 - 11:19pm
February 25, 2016
Oil impact grants suspended for city of Dickinson, domestic violence center
At least two major Dickinson projects will be negatively impacted by an overextension of the North Dakota Oil and Gas Impact Grant Fund program. As a result of steeply decreased oil revenues in the state budget, a $4 million grant to the city of Dickinson and a $750,000 proposed financial...
February 25, 2016 - 8:35pm
November 11, 2015
North Dakota gets D- in 2015 State Integrity Investigation
FARGO -- When Ben Hanson ran for the state House in 2012, he could hardly believe that his campaign war chest could be spent on absolutely anything. Unlike nearly all other states, North Dakota had no laws restricting the use of campaign funds. "I was appalled at that," Hanson...
November 11, 2015 - 5:14pm
September 15, 2015
Grafton state senator mulling run for governor
GRAFTON — North Dakota Sen. Tom Campbell is mulling a run for governor. The businessman and farmer said Tuesday he is forming an exploratory committee for a potential run, adding his name to a list of potential candidates who may replace outgoing Gov. Jack Dalrymple in 2016. Campbell,...
September 15, 2015 - 6:50pm
August 3, 2015
State Department watered down human trafficking report
In the weeks leading up to a critical annual U.S. report on human trafficking that publicly shames the world’s worst offenders, human rights experts at the State Department concluded that trafficking conditions hadn’t improved in Malaysia and Cuba. And in China, they found, things...
News/Nation and World
August 3, 2015 - 5:50pm