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Video: Devils Lake missionaries detained in Venezuela on their way back to U.S.
What’s the beef with meat?
Working while expecting: Pregnancy discrimination claims more common in low-wage, male-dominated jobs
Farmers hopeful about drone rules
Municipal and Stark County Courts: Cases Closed Feb. 13-23
Pipeline company didn’t use remote sensors before leak
Decision on plastic plant location may be delayed
Oklahoma company sets sights on ending flaring in Bakken
Brent approaches $61: ND rig count continues to fall
Obama explains Keystone XL pipeline veto in interview with WDAY’s Kealy
Our View: Innovation of byproducts next step for ND energy
Letter: Dickinson needs to control growth in face of oil slowdown
Letter: Pruett sentencing a glimpse into a larger problem
Letter: Thank Obama for Keystone XL veto
Veeder: ND musicians gather to celebrate what they do
Gwen Sebastian to debut new single
Kat Perkins coming back to Medora
Chamber choir to perform
Take the Yellow Brick Road to Oz this weekend
Hope: Let's just cheat!
John Michael Shjeflo
Matilda "Tillie" Faulhaber
Preparing for Region 7 battle
‘The Acacia and Keana Show’: Dickinson’s Fossum, Kudrna take first, runner-up at state gymnastics
Golden Eagles rally for win over Blue Hawks
Gasol helps Grizzlies top Timberwolves
Improving a county seat: Unincorporated Manning, the small seat of Dunn County, not immune to oil boom growth
Gatekeepers of the refinery: Lab plays large role at Dakota Prairie Refining
Coming soon: Killdeer plans for massive investment this year
Fixing connections in the oilfield: Dakota Energy Technologies repairs threads on drill pipe connections
High Plains Cultural Center serves community that built it
March 6, 2010
Indemnity program continues
A program that compensates producers for the loss of their animals in the event of bad weather continues on, and producers will be able to take...
March 6, 2010 - 12:00am
February 18, 2010
Pigs pose problems
An animal estimated to cause $800 million damage in the U.S. annually first appeared in North Dakota in 2007 and state animal officials are strongly urging the public to report all sightings. After feral swine moved into the state, the Legislature passed a bill last session, in 2009,...
February 18, 2010 - 12:00am
December 16, 2009
H1N1 vaccine recalled
Forty seven children in Southwest North Dakota have been injected with an H1N1 vaccine that was recalled Tuesday morning, said Sherry Adams, executive officer of the Southwest District Health Unit. However, there are no safety issues and those who have been vaccinated have no reason...
local / news
December 16, 2009 - 12:00am
November 22, 2009
Some notes about cabbages and kinds
Bipartisan may be a bitter word in Washington these days but the greatest success in 50 years was the result of bipartisanship on the part of two politicians who are poles apart -- President George Bush and President Barack Obama. Their joint effort on the $800 billion recovery fund...
November 22, 2009 - 12:00am
October 18, 2009
Press Editorial: Feeling bad or good, take it easy
It's not a good time to party but it's also not a good time to hide. Fear of catching the can-be deadly H1N1 (swine flu) has moms and dads rushing their children to the emergency room to make sure they are going to make it through this illness.
editorials / opinion
October 18, 2009 - 12:00am
September 3, 2009
Vaccine may protect pigs from human swine flu
LINCOLN, Nebraska (AP) -- Humans may not be the only ones guarding against swine flu by the time cold weather ushers in influenza season. The...
September 3, 2009 - 12:51pm
May 1, 2009
Swine flu cases pass 100 in US, vaccine promised
U.S. authorities are pledging to eventually produce enough swine flu vaccine for everyone who needs it but the shots couldn't begin until fall at the earliest. Worries about the spread of the virus mounted as the U.S. swine flu caseload passed 100, and nearly 300 schools closed in...
agriculture / news
May 1, 2009 - 8:35am
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