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Brett Kavanaugh memo detailed explicit questions for then-President Clinton
Against state's advice, Cass County opts for its own lawsuit against opioid industry
Pope Francis: No effort to be spared to tackle Catholic Church's abuses
North Dakota program launched to aid landowners with wind energy complaints
Bismarck man may be charged in connection to squirrel's death
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Air Force secretary marks UAS milestone
Sanford, Good Samaritan Society affiliation clears regulatory process
Minnesota ranch looks to regenerate land rather than sustain it
'Simplicity is king': Stone Mill, partners ride wave of demand for clean, raw grains
Red Trail president speaks up for ethanol production
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After tax cut, rebate on electric bills for North Dakotans is undecided
By bashing Canada, Saudi Prince is weaponizing his oil wealth
Old lignite pioneer in North Dakota Coal Country being torn down
Xcel wins approval for another major wind farm project
ND wind companies required to plan ahead for restoring land
Read the pope's letter to the faithful on abuse in the Catholic Church
'It's my family'; Baranko takes the lead at Evergreen
4-H youth win awards at Sate Fair
A rare genetic aversion to sweets could be key to fighting obesity
Public canneries help food lovers save the season. So why are they disappearing?
Twins starter Gonsalves loses major league debut
White Sox manager taken to hospital before Twins game
Night Hawks knock over Lemmon in season opener
NHL standout Cullen's hockey arena adding third ice sheet
The Ralph to open NHL skates to the public
Commentary: Attorney says plain reading of recreational marijuana measure it legalizes driving while stoned
Zaleski: Do 'welfare queens' wear seed caps?
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New Rockford, N.D., woman celebrates 108th birthday
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New Methodist church honors past, anticipates future
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February 9, 2018
Livestock hazardous emissions reporting delayed in N.D.
BISMARCK—Reporting of ammonia and hydrogen sulfide emissions by ranchers has been delayed until May 1 — a momentary concession to producers but likely not long enough for reporting aids to be developed. Under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability...
February 9, 2018 - 5:45pm
April 28, 2017
Livestock advocates worry about appeals court ruling on feedlot operators
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Livestock advocates in the Upper Great Plains say it's too soon to know how a District of Columbia ruling that sided...
April 28, 2017 - 8:05pm
February 3, 2017
Republicans ax disclosure, emissions rules on energy
WASHINGTON—U.S. Republicans on Friday repealed a securities disclosure rule aimed at curbing corruption at energy and mining companies...
February 3, 2017 - 5:22pm
September 19, 2016
Most states on track to meet emissions targets they call burden
LOS ANGELES/WASHINGTON—The 27 states challenging Obama's Clean Power Plan in court say the lower emissions levels it would impose are an...
September 19, 2016 - 9:40pm
May 6, 2016
Special camera puts gas emissions in clearer focus
WILLISTON – Gas emissions from the Bakken are having a global impact on the atmosphere, a recent study found, but health regulators say new...
May 6, 2016 - 5:43pm
November 24, 2015
State plan for emissions may strengthen court case
BISMARCK -- The state’s best bet at dealing with federal carbon dioxide emissions rules is to develop a state plan while litigation is undertaken, North Dakota Department of Health officials told lawmakers Tuesday.
November 24, 2015 - 9:33pm
April 6, 2015
Study to analyze impacts of reduced CO2 emissions
BISMARCK - Federal officials will finalize regulations on coal power plants' carbon dioxide emissions in a few months. In North Dakota, state...
April 6, 2015 - 7:21pm
May 23, 2014
White House seeks to smooth way for carbon curbs
WASHINGTON — Last month, Washington’s top environment advocate went to the Cleveland Clinic to talk about how President Barack Obama’s landmark efforts to crack down on power-plant carbon emissions would ease a range of respiratory illnesses. Speaking separately to historically...
May 23, 2014 - 8:39pm
December 21, 2013
Noticeable haze emerging concern at Theodore Roosevelt National Park
FARGO — Haze has become more noticeable in Theodore Roosevelt National Park and is the subject of increased monitoring and analysis. Researchers from the National Park Service and Colorado State University are in the midst of a two-year study to determine haze levels in the park’s...
December 21, 2013 - 8:44pm
September 12, 2013
U.S. coal industry braces for EPA emissions crackdown
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- The Environmental Protection Agency is due to unveil next week the first batch of regulations under President Barack Obama's...
September 12, 2013 - 10:16am
January 24, 2009
A smelly situation
The farms and ranches that have over 1,000 head of beef cattle now must report certain chemicals emitted from their animal's waste to the North...
January 24, 2009 - 12:00am