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Gov. Burgum's Super Bowl reimbursements rise to nearly $40,000
A Carnival cruise in the South Pacific descended into a violent mess
Trump administration assault on bipartisan immigration plan ensured its demise
Pain turns political in Parkland after school shootings
Outside NRA Headquarters, hundreds gather in vigil and protest
crime and courts
nation and world
MBI Receives Berkley Oil & Gas Safety Award
Deere & Co. raises sales forecast amid signs of farm recovery
Winter weather causes slight drop in oil production
Gun sales are down, so why did gun stocks just go up?
No more cheeseburgers: McDonald's announces 'healthy' changes to its Happy Meal
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
Rubber plants follow natural tree-like tendency
Still visit those who no longer recognize you
Heritage houseplants: Readers share stories of long-living plants
What I missed during sex education - and you probably did too
Kind kids help hurting teacher
By any means possible: UND men's basketball finds a way to take OT win against Northern Arizona
Cam Johnson turns in shutout performance in win over Omaha
All-star appearance shows Karl-Anthony Towns getting some respect
West Fargo wrestler Franek ends historic career with fourth ND Class A state title
Lisbon's Urbach, Kindred's Schmitz cap perfect seasons with Class B state wrestling titles
McFeely: Heitkamp vs. Cramer sure to be nasty, expensive
Commentary: I'm a Broward County teacher. Thoughts and prayers won't keep my students safe.
Commentary: Air pollution in North Dakota, an oil and coal state, is down 25 percent over the last 5 years
A lifetime commitment to cancer prevention
FEDORCHAK: A 'duty to engage' on issues affecting North Dakotans
Brian Terry Gravning
Raymond F. Sigl, Jr.
Theodora "Teddy" Sabrosky
Michael R. Urlacher
Donald & Angela
New fabric store/coffee shop opens in Richardton
Hebron potter looks to the future
Stone Mill helps nurture Richardton grain growers
Dakota Community Bank stays personal
Forgotten Collections, a unique find in Richardton
2018 Best Of The Western Edge Winners
5 places close to home to consider for your spring vacation
30 under 30
July 8, 2016
McFeely: If Philando Castile was white, he’d be alive
That’s the question America needs to ask about the shooting of a black St. Paul, Minn., man by a suburban police officer. Given what we’ve been told to this point, the answer is no. If Philando Castile was a white man, perhaps named Terry Johnson or Bill Tucker, he would be alive...
July 8, 2016 - 2:30pm
August 13, 2015
Small ND town fighting white supremacist's takeover attempt
ANTLER, N.D.--After white supremacist Craig Cobb tried and failed to start a whites-only enclave in the tiny North Dakota town of Leith, he set his sights on another community: Antler, population 20-something. But establishing a presence in the town, just a few minutes from the...
August 13, 2015 - 10:32pm
April 14, 2013
Green and White are searching for big gainers
GRAND FORKS -- The sun was shining brightly on Memorial Stadium on Saturday, a welcome sight after five previous cold, windy spring football practice sessions for the University of North Dakota. The running of Adam Shaugabay also was a welcomed sight. The junior from Warroad, Minn.,...
April 14, 2013 - 12:03am
February 11, 2012
Path to the White House: SolarBee to be recognized as rural success
A Dickinson company has been named a "rural manufacturing success," earning it a ticket to Washington D.C. in one week, officials said Friday. SolarBee...
February 11, 2012 - 12:00am
July 27, 2011
Judge orders 1 year for negligent homicide
A judge sentenced a Hebron man charged with negligent homicide to five years in jail with all but one year suspended during a hearing at the...
July 27, 2011 - 12:00am
December 20, 2009
The bright side of the 'Decade from Hell'
WASHINGTON -- In a few short days, this terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad decade will start its countdown. Good riddance. Although this decade technically began on Jan. 1, 2001, and ends Dec. 31, 2010, for millions the imminent arrival of 2010 starts a new decade and a new era....
December 20, 2009 - 12:00am
December 2, 2009
White House gate-crashers went without confirmed invitation
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Copies of e-mails between the White House party crashers and a Pentagon official undermine their claims that they were invited to President Barack Obama's first state dinner. Tareq and Michaele Salahi pressed the friendly Pentagon aide for four days to score tickets...
December 2, 2009 - 9:06am
September 30, 2009
Stress gets bad rap
In the summer, prior to my senior year in college, I drove a tandem gravel truck over country roads in MonDak, that unofficial state between...
September 30, 2009 - 12:00am
September 3, 2009
Dakota Recreation Report
Tournaments - Sept. 12: Missouri River, Graner Bottoms; Lake Sakakawea, Dakota Waters Resort; Lake Sakakawea, White Earth Bay; Nelson Lake. Fishing - Lake Sakakawea elevation, Wednesday: 1,842.2 feet above mean sea level. - North Dakota Game and Fish Department District Game...
September 3, 2009 - 12:00am
When the Fed comes calling
Unless you wandered off the beaten path in the business pages you probably missed this dispatch out of Detroit that President Obama's auto task force participating in meetings that "have focused on educating the Treasury on the world of auto manufacturing." This is ominous news indeed,...
April 3, 2009 - 12:00am
January 9, 2009
Obama mother-in-law to join family in White House
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Get ready for the in-law in chief.
January 9, 2009 - 12:00am
January 7, 2009
Can Obama fix all that went wrong?
I recommend a new article in the current edition of Vanity Fair magazine. It tries to explain how so much could have gone wrong in so few years. In less than eight years, the Bush White House managed to accomplish the following: "The threat of 9/11 ignored. The threat of Iraq hyped...
January 7, 2009 - 12:00am
December 26, 2008
Compromise may be key in choosing White House dog
Since the election, Barack Obama apparently doesn't care whom he offends. In an interview with ABC's Barbara Walters, the president-elect insulted her dog, a Havanese named "Cha Cha." "It's like a little yappy dog?" Obama asked. "It, like, sits in your lap and things? It sounds kind...
December 26, 2008 - 12:00am
December 12, 2008
White powder investigated
BISMARCK -- A suspicious white powder delivered to Gov. John Hoeven's office Thursday morning is probably harmless, preliminary tests show. Nevertheless, the state Highway Patrol, Health Department and the FBI will continue to investigate the case and no matter the outcome, a suspect...
December 12, 2008 - 12:00am
Suspicious powder sent to governor's office; tests out as benign
The Bismarck Fire Department and state Health Department say an "unidentified powder" delivered in today's U.S. mail to Gov. John Hoeven's office is, according to preliminary tests, probably benign. The governor's office called the North Dakota Highway Patrol between 10:30 and 11...
December 12, 2008 - 12:00am