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Finding funds for habitat: As pheasant season opens, the question of funding habitat improvement will be a highly discussed topic
Leier: ND’s rich 125-year history in outdoors
Yellowstone bison to be given to tribes instead of zoos
Dakota Recreation Report
DPS, teachers disagree on salary: DEA requests $43,500 a year; School argues money isn't in budget
Nation & World
Oil refinery one step closer to reality: Devils Lake commission approves letter of support for $200M project
N.D. regulators approve permit for state’s first new coal mine since 1970s
BLM mineral lease sale in Golden Valley County nets $510,400
Oil companies buy more sand, railcars: Halliburton, Baker Hughes stockpile supplies as demand begins to climb
U.S. to conduct study on petroleum reserve in light of climbing output
Benson: We’ve always been fighting against viruses
Letter: What does conservation cost?
Letter: Cramer is a man of his word
Letters: Measure 2 will keep farmers, ranchers from paying transfer taxes
Letter: 4 arguments for Measure 1
This one, Dad
'I'd rather walk': La Ray Ries overcame health issues and age to finish walking the Maah Daah Hey Trail and The Deuce while in his 80s
Solving a murder at St. Mary's convent: New England to present dinner theater
Getting excited about science: DHS robotics team ready for competition
Trinity team building robot for competition
Robert W. Blatzheim
In it for the long hauls
Journeying the Narrow Path
Rhoades: Plaid isn’t just for cowboys
Patrick Hope: Why is a raven like a video game?
Lasting success: Since his sophomore season, Binstock has been the Midgets’ leader
Tyrrell stays modest for DHS
Thunderbirds change pace against UND
Bison may use silent count at DakotaDome
UND, Providence provide top goalie matchup
July 9, 2014
Auditor resigns, cites health concerns
BELFIELD — Chronic rule-breakers have forced a Belfield city official to quit, saying she fears her health will suffer if she stays in the job any longer. Cindy Ewoniuk, the city’s longtime auditor, submitted her resignation to the city council on Monday night. She was elected...
news / local
July 9, 2014 - 12:38pm
October 19, 2013
Quietly suffering: Anxiety in the workplace
FARGO -- Amy Lemley calls Microsoft Excel her "sworn enemy." When she found herself working with a spreadsheet composed of 140 columns and 56 rows at her job, it became "a nightmare." "I had no training in Excel. I felt inferior because I didn't know how to use it, unlike most of...
news / north dakota
October 19, 2013 - 12:00am
October 9, 2013
Policing the Oil Patch a stressful but satisfying job, study shows
If you go: What: "Policing the Patch" presentation by Carol Archbold, North Dakota State University associate professor of criminal justice When: Noon to 1 p.m. today Where: NDSU Memorial Union Arikara Room Info: Free and open to the public.
Energy / news / north dakota
October 9, 2013 - 12:00am
July 13, 2013
Byrd: Don't be blind to stress relief
The nerve on my left temple was going numb again. It does that when I get stressed. And I had good reason to be stressed. I had never before...
columns / opinion
July 13, 2013 - 12:00am
April 18, 2012
Lembke resigns from state Board of Higher Education
BISMARCK (AP) -- A member of North Dakota's Board of Higher Education said Tuesday he had resigned because he had become weary of what he called a stressful, full-time job. "It got totally time-consuming," Claus Lembke said. "My life became higher ed. Personally, with friends, it...
April 18, 2012 - 12:00am
March 25, 2011
North Dakota among least economically stressed states
(AP) -- Lower unemployment and bankruptcies helped reduce the nation's economic stress in January compared with a year earlier, according to The Associated Press' monthly analysis. Still, the figures show the economy has yet to regain full health. Midwestern and Southeastern states...
March 25, 2011 - 12:00am
November 10, 2010
North Dakota least economicially stressed state
(AP) -- The nation's economic stress fell in September to a 16-month low, thanks to more hiring in New England, fewer foreclosures in the mid-Atlantic and declining bankruptcy filings in the Southeast, according to The Associated Press' monthly analysis of conditions around the country. Counties...
November 10, 2010 - 12:00am