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Snowfall heaviest in far southeast ND, but clearing on its way
Congressman Cramer’s son in critical condition in ICU unit
North Dakota's first syringe exchange program tackles trust issues
One year after pipeline protest's end, 'I would have done it all over again'
Former ND sheriff charged in meth, bribery case makes plea deal to drop most charges
crime and courts
nation and world
United and Delta cut ties to NRA as boycott movement spreads to global corporations
Thank teachers for mastering the art of making a lasting impact
Oneok announces new gas processing plant for Bakken core
USDA seeks comments on SNAP benefits for able-bodied adults without dependents
Spud industry going on offensive, think 'performance vegetable'
place a business brief
Geology is destiny: A Q&A with John Bluemle
Badlands energy development focus of film
Why are gas prices going up?
Keystone XL pipeline gets enough shipper pledges to proceed
ND oil production moves into growth mode
What to know about nursing home costs and hospice care insurance
Seed company offers intriguing new flowers, vegetables
NDSU potato varieties are popular garden choices
Everyone take a deep breath. Your Instant Pot pressure cooker has not been recalled.
This man's brain tumor was so big that it 'sat like a head on top of another head'
Central downs Bismarck Century, captures 27th state hockey title
Teague helps lift Wolves over Bulls, without injured Butler
UND rallies to tie Miami, but only grabs one point in key series
Curl leads Bismarck to fourth-straight N.D. girls title
Minnesota native Diggins to take reins of U.S. women's cross country
Commentary: Heitkamp's has a perfect opportunity to prove her commitment to bipartisanship
Commentary: Backers of ballot measure to create an ethics commission now maybe don’t want an ethics commission
Kindness is a sweet gift to give or receive
Commentary: Trump’s call to arm teachers is kind of dumb
McFeely: They are teachers, not gunslingers
Marvin M. "Marv" Morel
Ronald J. "Ron" Heidt
Supporting Denny McNamara
Donald & Angela
Guild Mortgage serves local community
Synthetic ice, twice as nice!: Belfield’s skating rink enriches community
A good year, a good meal: Burly’s Roughrider serves steaks and smiles
South Heart school addition finishes up
South Heart elementary principal is committed to her students
2018 Best Of The Western Edge Winners
5 places close to home to consider for your spring vacation
30 under 30
December 14, 2011
Could US drivers ever abide by cellphone ban?
DALLAS (AP) -- Junior Woods has a well-practiced routine for conducting business on the road: While driving throughout rural Arkansas, the electronics salesman steals a glance at his cellphone every so often, checking for text messages and emails. "I can keep both hands on the steering...
December 14, 2011 - 7:23pm
June 22, 2011
Pentagon gets cyberwar guidelines
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama has signed executive orders that lay out how far military commanders around the globe can go in using cyberattacks and other computer-based operations against enemies and as part of routine espionage in other countries. The orders detail...
June 22, 2011 - 7:03am
March 19, 2011
Providers: work being done to upgrade cell coverage
Cell phone users in North Dakota experience trouble with reception in some areas and providers Verizon Wireless and Alltel, which is transitioning to AT&T, claim certain measures are being taken to ensure the best coverage locally. AWTY Maps of Dickinson provides detailed maps and...
March 19, 2011 - 12:00am
October 24, 2010
New technology brings new bullying problems
Anna Brubaker can't just run home to escape her bully like kids do in old black-and-white TV shows. Her bullies follow her there. Anna's mother says her daughter has received text messages on her phone saying, "The world would be better off without you" and "Why don't you just...
October 24, 2010 - 12:00am
October 22, 2010
WikiLeaks near release of secret US war documents
LONDON (AP) -- The WikiLeaks website is poised to release what the Pentagon fears is the largest cache of secret U.S. documents in history -- hundreds of thousands of classified intelligence reports since the 2003 invasion of Iraq. U.S. officials said Friday they were racing to...
October 22, 2010 - 1:21pm
August 21, 2010
Harvesting grain and data
Precision agriculture equipment is growing in popularity, and farmers are finding it hard to farm without. "We use it so much now we come to...
August 21, 2010 - 12:44am
August 20, 2010
ND network gets $10.8M in stimulus money
BISMARCK (AP) -- Dakota Carrier Network is getting $10.8 million in federal stimulus money to expand broadband services in North Dakota. The White House says the award has more than $4.6 million in matching contributions and will benefit as many as 6,400 people and 600 businesses. It...
August 20, 2010 - 7:44am
June 17, 2010
FCC set to reconsider broadband regulations
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Federal regulators are reconsidering the rules that govern high-speed Internet connections - wading into a bitter policy dispute that could be tied up in court for years. The Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to vote Thursday to begin taking public...
June 17, 2010 - 8:23am
January 24, 2010
From chalkboards to iPods, technology use in schools has come a long way. State and local officials say technology such as iPods -- a portable...
January 24, 2010 - 12:00am
January 7, 2010
Letters: New service ushers in new interference
An article by Patrick Springer entitled "Making waves in new technology" appeared in The Fargo Forum on Nov. 22, describing a proposal by a company known as Flow Mobile for a statewide wireless network, as well as unusual steps by the state to usher it in, despite opposition from...
January 7, 2010 - 12:00am
Company uses technology to turn beets to energy
MOORHEAD, Minn. -- In a bid to make better use of several thousand tons of sugar beet waste product each year, American Crystal Sugar Co. this year will test a technology originally developed to help astronauts on Mars generate energy from plant waste. Each year, Crystal Sugar must...
June 7, 2008 - 12:00am
March 29, 2008
Pavlicek family keeps up to date with technology
DICKINSON - A lot has changed in Lee Pavlicek's time on his family farm north of Dickinson, but one thing remains constant: Pavliceks continue to farm the land originally homesteaded in 1905. Pavlicek said farming just came naturally and it was something he always wanted to do. "I've...
March 29, 2008 - 12:00am