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Still a need for forensic artwork in law enforcement
Some rural departments in regin embrace police body cameras while others see barriers to using technology
Bismarck writer Dopson lends a woman’s point of view to the oil boom
After a year of plenty, Dickinson’s independent retail businesses prepare for more normal year-end sales
Colorado shooting suspect said 'no more baby parts': reports
crime and courts
nation and world
Tyler proved tough to tap into: Projected large horizontal drilling play yielded little oil from 2 now-abandoned wells in 2 years
Tesoro a step closer to final decision on proposed railport for Bakken crude
Decision time in South Dakota on huge Bakken pipeline
Stark County Planning and Zoning approves erection of more wind towers
Eastern Montana businesses settle in to weather latest downturn in oil market
Townspeople of Rattler Canyon rally to save Christmas
Trinity to present 'Mary Poppins'
Journey to save the Spirit of Christmas: DSU to present a comedy adventure
Q&A: Gwen Sebastian and Kat Perkins bring tours home for holidays
A roadmap at the end of life: Angel Advocates helps simplify settlement of an estate
Northern Iowa men's basketball shoots past the University of North Dakota
Former University of Minnesota Gophers standout Ra'Shede Hageman thriving with Atlanta Falcons before Minnesota Vikings matchup
Saturday college football scoreboard
Minnesota’s five turnovers help Wisconsin Badgers keep the Axe
USC, Alabama, Oklahoma among Saturday’s winners in Rivalry Week
Brock: Thankful for American farmers
Letter: New wind ordinances needed and promised
Other Views: Nickname fracas needn’t hurt UND fundraising
Jacobs: Election yawns? Check out legislative races
Heitkamp: Thank you to those who make the difference
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September 22, 2013
Angels in Adoption: Dickinson's Williams family on the grow
It's not unusual for a young couple to have a growing family. It is a little unusual for a family of five to turn into a family of eight in...
News / North Dakota
September 22, 2013 - 12:00am
December 5, 2012
Wealthy in ND: 3 counties among the nation's 15 highest-paying
FARGO -- The boom in the state's Oil Patch and strong farm prices have given a big boost to personal incomes in North Dakota, putting per capita pay in some places on par with the most famously rich counties in the U.S. Three western North Dakota counties -- Williams, Billings and...
News / North Dakota / oil
December 5, 2012 - 12:00am
May 16, 2012
Water project to provide high-quality water to NW ND
CROSBY -- A $110 million pipeline project will bring high-quality drinking water to areas of northwest North Dakota that desperately need it, officials said Tuesday. Some independent water providers say this state-backed project will compete with private sales of water to the oil...
News / water
May 16, 2012 - 12:00am
September 30, 2010
Williams Dam getting overdue makeover
Williams Dam in Golden Valley County will get a $337,639 makeover this fall, though it was supposed to begin this summer. Officials still are...
News / water
September 30, 2010 - 12:00am
August 4, 2010
About $64M in oil, gas leases
MEDORA -- Phones rang, hands feverishly flew in the air and bids climbed higher and higher as oil and gas lease totals amassed about $64 million during a North Dakota State Land Department oil and gas lease auction at the Rough Riders Hotel Conference Center Tuesday. With about 42,000...
Energy / local / News / oil
August 4, 2010 - 11:30pm
March 27, 2010
20 ND counties see population growth
FARGO (AP) -- New census estimates show that 20 of the 53 North Dakota counties had population growth in 2009. Cass County experienced the largest growth, with 3,123 people, followed by Burleigh with 1,377, Ward with 908 and Williams with 654. Cass County is home to Fargo, Burleigh...
March 27, 2010 - 9:16am
October 21, 2009
Woman in torture case now says she lied
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- A black woman whose racially charged allegations of horrific abuse helped put several people in prison now says she lied when she alleged she was kidnapped, sexually assaulted and tortured in a ramshackle West Virginia trailer. West Virginia authorities...
October 21, 2009 - 1:33pm
September 14, 2009
Williams fined $10,000; new investigation opened
NEW YORK (AP) -- Serena Williams' profanity-laced, finger-pointing tirade at a U.S. Open linesperson drew a $10,000 fine Sunday, and more punishment could follow from a broader investigation into what the head of the tournament called her "threatening manner." The fine -- not quite...
September 14, 2009 - 11:24am
May 7, 2009
Dickinson High boys track and field co-coaches Jay Schobinger and Dave Michaelson have seen plenty of participants come through their program. As...
Midgets / preps / sports
May 7, 2009 - 12:50am