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Drone applications discussed at DSU
Businesses work to keep drug use out of the workplace
Ehlis takes Oath of Office in formal ceremony
N.D. Health Department worker claims sexual harassment
U.S. court places nationwide hold on clean water rule
crime and courts
nation and world
Former ND governor Ed Schafer quietly exits Continental Resources board
Saltwater spill reported in McKenzie County
House passes bill axing oil export ban, veto looms
Ashford: Why lifting oil export ban can help U.S. foreign policy
White House issues veto threat for House oil export bill
Pumpkins in the Patch and lots of family fun
Benson: Mel Blanc’s comedy and tragedy
Baking a cake is a lot harder than you think
Kids growing pumpkins: St. Joseph's Youth Group sponsors Pumpkin Patch
Fall Gala: Games, auctions, food and fun
Dickinson High football sends seniors off with 41-6 win over Williston
Midgets confident heading into cross country regional
Dickinson State's Noche Nwofor prepares for increased role against Jimmies
Morman wins round at Badlands Circuit Finals
Brock: I hate to say they told us so
Grand Forks Herald Editorial: Let Sundogs shine for UND nickname
Taylor: Count your cooperatives
Jacobs: Don’t count Wrigley out of North Dakota politics
Pitts: Clearing up Theodore Roosevelt library misconceptions
Fred M. Valder
David E. Paasch
R. D. Nelson "Doc", D.V.M.
September 27, 2015
Some truckers frustrated by growing push for sleep apnea testing
FARGO — In May, Joey Romero went in for his annual physical, as truck drivers are required to do once a year. He didn’t realize this time...
News / North Dakota
September 27, 2015 - 12:31am
April 3, 2014
Oil industry, U.S. regulators mulling new testing standards
WASHINGTON -- U.S. transportation officials and leaders of the oil industry are mulling whether standards for testing crude must be updated in light of several oil-by-rail mishaps. The American Petroleum Institute, the leading voice for the sector, has convened industry experts...
Energy / oil
April 3, 2014 - 10:24am
December 21, 2013
University of North Dakota’s radon problem: Campus apartment residents say they weren’t told of high radon levels
GRAND FORKS — Days before Christmas, University of North Dakota student Barbara Olds and her family face a difficult decision. Earlier this month, the university confirmed her campus apartment had elevated radon levels. Ever since, she’s been uncertain of the next step for her...
News / North Dakota
December 21, 2013 - 8:40pm
August 31, 2013
ND ushers in new education standards, tests
BISMARCK -- As North Dakota teachers are back in the classroom, they will soon be preparing students for more rigorous national testing standards that take effect in 2015. The College and Career Readiness Standards -- more rigorous than some existing state standards, less rigorous...
education / News / North Dakota
August 31, 2013 - 12:00am
August 29, 2013
Bigger Bakken: Continental test wells in Three Forks show there may be 903B barrels of oil
Using a dessert metaphor to describe the Bakken energy play, officials from the North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources and industry experts...
Bakken / Energy / News / North Dakota / oil
August 29, 2013 - 12:00am
May 25, 2012
Testing the gates
Randy Ehlis, natural resource specialist and dam tender, monitors a controlled release exercise at the Dickinson Dam bascule gates on Thursday...
May 25, 2012 - 12:00am
January 30, 2011
Officials: sobriety program a success
An alcohol monitoring program enacted in southwest North Dakota in August has been a success, officials say. The "24/7" sobriety program requires participants to be tested for alcohol consumption twice a day said Stark County Sheriff's Sgt. Justin Fridrich. Of the 564 tests that...
January 30, 2011 - 12:00am
June 2, 2010
Let it loose
Press Photo by Beth Wischmeyer Tom Merkel, a city employee, opens up a fire hydrant while Rick Scheeler, also a city employee, waits to check...
local / News / water
June 2, 2010 - 12:00am
February 19, 2009
ND drunken driver testing program may be expanded
BISMARCK (AP) -- A program that requires regular breath testing of suspected drunken drivers could be expanded statewide. Under the program, someone arrested for more than one drunken driving offense could be required to undergo breath testing twice a day. If the person has been...
February 19, 2009 - 11:00am