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'Very much counter to the plan': Trump defies advisers in embrace of Putin
Bear euthanized after being removed from Grand Forks park
$21M gift a boost for religious college
Research animal deaths at NDSU prompt complaints
Teacher on a plane talked about her low-income students. Passengers overheard and gave her more than $500 in cash.
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nation and world
North Dakota state wages up for first time in three years
Giant pork surplus awaits Americans as trade wars risk exports
Canada's biggest clothing store pulls Ivanka Trump's brand from its shelves
EPA released proposed biofuels volumes in RFS with mixed industry reaction
Treating addiction in a rural area: Small town health center offers big city services
place a business brief
Xcel wins approval for another major wind farm project
ND wind companies required to plan ahead for restoring land
Lawmakers offer mixed views of Scott Pruitt's mark on EPA
Trump's coal gambit may yield political points, not mining jobs
Trump renews his criticism of OPEC for 'too high' oil prices
Want to raise empathetic kids? Try spending time in nature.
Sanford drop-off site a boon for breast milk donors
To reduce waste, try this instead of that
How to transform a bakery croissant into something marvelous
Study finds decrease in early deaths in ND
Badlands bats stagnant at Pierre
Hometown slugger wins All-Star Home Run Derby
Roughriders go winless at Gopher Classic
Twins' Berrios excited to be first-time All-Star
Reeve hopes all five Lynx starters are picked for home All-Star Game
Commentary: Here’s something everyone seems to be overlooking in the (mostly) political hysteria over soybeans
Commentary: The subtle deception we all face
Commentary: Summer 'movecation' is no holiday
Commentary: Are capricious state regulators contributing to ND's child care shortage?
Even in dark times, hang on to hope
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Melvin and Myong Bullinger
ND farmer etches grandson's marriage proposal into field
New Rockford, N.D., woman celebrates 108th birthday
Rep. Josh Boschee
New weightlifting studio sees early success
A beautiful backyard
Veterans Pavilion, for those who served
New Methodist church honors past, anticipates future
Dairy farming is not only a job, but a lifestyle
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2018 Best Of The Western Edge Winners
5 places close to home to consider for your spring vacation
February 16, 2017
US housing starts drop; permits rise to one-year high
WASHINGTON—U.S. homebuilding fell in January as the construction of multi-family housing projects dropped, but upward revisions to the...
February 16, 2017 - 10:19am
May 30, 2016
New UND med school building nears final stages of construction
GRAND FORKS -- The auditorium on the first floor of UND’s new School of Medicine and Health Sciences building was just a pit of mud one year...
May 30, 2016 - 10:27pm
May 9, 2016
Richardton-Taylor to hold second forum before vote on new school
RICHARDTON -- Richardton and Taylor residents will make a decision in June that could impact the education of almost 200 students in their combined...
May 9, 2016 - 10:37pm
February 16, 2016
City funds $38 million for engineering projects in budget reforecast
The city of Dickinson is moving forward with $38 million in funded capital improvement projects following a reforecast of this year’s budget. City Engineer Craig Kubas presented the budget information and project updates Monday night at the regular meeting of the City Commission...
February 16, 2016 - 10:15pm
February 8, 2016
TR Library Elkhorn cabin recreation could start this summer
Theodore Roosevelt’s North Dakota cabin -- or, at least, a historically accurate replica -- may soon open its doors to visitors once again. If all goes as planned, the recreation of the former president’s lodging on the Elkhorn Ranch west of Dickinson could begin as early as this...
February 8, 2016 - 8:22pm
February 7, 2016
Housing ‘plateau’: Dickinson real estate stabilizes as housing expansion slows
Though contractors are still constructing speculative homes for market, Dickinson’s housing boom has largely tapered off. With that slackening...
February 7, 2016 - 6:10am
July 20, 2015
City Commission narrows panhandling ordinance
The proposed panhandling ordinance passed its first reading at the Dickinson City Commission meeting Monday night at City Hall. Interim city...
July 20, 2015 - 11:46pm
May 3, 2015
From boomtown to hometown: Buildings still going up in heart of the Oil Patch
WATFORD CITY — Watford City’s oil-invested construction boom is going gangbusters this spring, with no obvious sign that drilling has slowed...
May 3, 2015 - 12:00am
Building permits down compared to 2013
Dickinson may have seen a tremendous amount of new infrastructure come online in 2014, but early numbers show actual buildings lagged behind....
January 3, 2015 - 12:11am
December 22, 2014
Top 10 stories of 2014: No. 7 is growth is the word as city gains momentum to become Bakken hub
The Dickinson Press’ Top 10 Stories of 2014 series continues. Check each paper through Dec.
December 22, 2014 - 9:13pm
Building boom: 2014 was the year of expansion for Dickinson
By Nadya Faulx firstname.lastname@example.org If 2011 was the year of the oil boom, 2014 could arguably be considered the year of Dickinson’s...
December 22, 2014 - 9:11pm
February 20, 2014
UND to vacate 8 buildings due to condition: University plans new uses or demolition of structures, some historic
GRAND FORKS — The University of North Dakota has named eight buildings it plans to vacate because of their poor condition or maintenance and repair needs, including two of the campus’ older buildings and two housing women’s programs and multicultural services. UND spokesman...
February 20, 2014 - 12:36am
February 15, 2014
Building at UND is booming: Since 2000, university has seen more than $264 million in construction, more ahead
GRAND FORKS — Though it doesn’t appear to be a construction zone, the University of North Dakota is in the midst of a building boom. Of the 243 buildings on campus, 14 percent were built in 2000 and after.
February 15, 2014 - 7:25pm
January 21, 2014
Downtown Dickinson’s tallest building up for sale again
Following the breakdown of a proposed deal, downtown Dickinson’s tallest building is once again on the market. Last year, an investment group...
January 21, 2014 - 10:08pm
December 13, 2013
Dickinson expects $105M in debt to finish projects
The city of Dickinson expects to take on more than $105 million in debt to be able to complete the infrastructure projects it needs to keep up...
December 13, 2013 - 11:27pm