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Reclamation for waste pit that was eroding into Little Missouri River near complete
Police Blotter: Dickinson woman arrested on multiple arrest warrants
Stenehjem makes campaign stop in for Dickinson: AG seeking Republican nomination for governor touts experience with ag, oil
Spike of storage unit thefts reported in Dickinson
Heitkamp: Export-Import Bank crucial for North Dakota businesses
crime and courts
nation and world
Eastern Montana businesses settle in to weather latest downturn in oil market
Stark County Planning and Zoning approves erection of more wind towers
Oil gains, bond prices inch up on Turkey-Russia tensions
Plans for Devils Lake refinery stall
Hess finishes work to ease excess flaring
Patrick Hope: 2015 Turkey of the Year: The Swamp of Sorrows
A roadmap at the end of life: Angel Advocates helps simplify settlement of an estate
The dilemma of serving turkey for Thanksgiving Day dinner
Kat Perkins holding Christmas concert in Dickinson: Gourmet meal, concert to be held Nov. 30 at Astoria
Brotherhood of the road: Iron Order Motorcycle Club organizes chapter in Dickinson
Dickinson High boys hockey to rely on grit, not finesse, to win
Wild show off new ‘old school’ jerseys for outdoor game
Often-injured Kading ready to give basketball a go for Bison in senior season
First home win a stepping-stone for Minnestoa Timberwolves
Dickinson High girls hockey falls in season opener to Williston
Holten: Leading the vitamin charge
Letter: Our government and its imbalance of powers
Brotherton: Gee, about that Fighting Hawks name ...
Ahlin: In light of the refugee debate, Thanksgiving rife with irony
Brock: Winter is here, time to take precautions
Fabian G. Zimmerman
Lee G. Hanson
Harry Lee Renke
Fabian G. Zimmerman
August 19, 2015
Council members call for investigation of former tribal chairman
BISMARCK — A request by the Three Affiliated Tribes council for a federal investigation into former tribal chairman Tex Hall took another step forward Tuesday. Three tribal council members, acting as a judicial committee, approved a resolution proposed by Citizens for Change that...
News / North Dakota
August 19, 2015 - 9:42pm
September 3, 2013
Tribal colleges receive grants: Legislators set aside $5 million to meet employment needs
BISMARCK -- Four of the state's tribal colleges recently received about $3.5 million from the North Dakota Department of Commerce to develop and enhance programs that meet the state's employment needs. State legislators set aside $5 million during this year's session to be distributed...
September 3, 2013 - 12:00am
August 16, 2013
Former Jamestown College prof bases games on N.D. tribes
JAMESTOWN -- AnnMaria De Mars says her math skills have helped her enjoy a great life. So now, the former Jamestown College professor is working on a way to teach math to children while incorporating Native American history, as told by the natives themselves. And she wants it to...
education / News / North Dakota
August 16, 2013 - 10:34pm
June 21, 2013
Judge: Tribal courts can incorporate culture, but need independence, due process
GRAND FORKS - Tribal courts on the nation's Indian reservations must make due process of law and independence hallmarks of their justice system, U.S.
June 21, 2013 - 12:00am
June 15, 2012
North Dakota regulators bow out of tribal electric dispute
BISMARCK (AP) -- North Dakota regulators concluded Thursday that they lack authority to intervene in a dispute about which of two utilities will supply electricity to a tribal casino on the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation. The Public Service Commission's decision may have broader...
June 15, 2012 - 12:00am
January 8, 2009
Tribal address praises oil agreement, tax exemption
BISMARCK -- A state-tribal agreement on oil and gas revenue that the 2007 Legislature authorized was a good thing, a North Dakota tribal chairwoman will tell legislators today. Myra Pearson, chairwoman of the Spirit Lake Tribe near Devils Lake is giving the Tribal-State Relationship...
January 8, 2009 - 12:00am
March 14, 2008
Tribal college heads bow out of Beyond Beads and Feathers photo shoot
GRAND FORKS -- A planned photo shoot of current and former tribal college presidents for UND's Beyond Beads and Feathers poster campaign won't take place, a UND vice president said, after about one-third of the participants bowed out because of their opposition to the school's Fighting...
March 14, 2008 - 12:00am