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The Yukon's front-seat passenger, a 43-year-old woman, died at the scene.
The UND president said legislative funding is always a factor facing higher education leaders when making campus decisions.
More than 33,000 gallons of highly concentrated salt water spilled at a disposal well site operated by the Canadian company Crescent Point Energy.
Originally slated to take place earlier this week on the North Dakota State University campus in Fargo, Burgum rescheduled the address due to a case of laryngitis that was hindering his ability to speak.

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The appeal, filed to the North Dakota Supreme Court on Thursday, Jan 20, states that Chad Trolon Isaak, 47, plans to argue "whether there was sufficient evidence to support the conviction," according to the court filing.
North Dakota's flagship, $1 billion carbon capture venture moved a step forward Friday with a key greenlight from top state regulators.
Authorities have charged a Florida man with human trafficking after the four -- a man, woman, baby and teenager -- were found dead in Manitoba, a few yards north of the frontier with Minnesota.
Armacost wrote that uncertainties exist about the consequences of not following the draft policy’s guidance on using preferred pronouns on campus for students, faculty, and staff. Under that proposed policy, intentionally misgendering a person could be seen as an act of discrimination.
The state is seeking nominations for "outstanding" classroom K-12 teachers from each of North Dakota's 53 counties.
"We see through the data that when we have a high vaccination rate in facilities, absolutely we have less infection there," said North Dakota Long Term Care Association President Shelly Peterson. "It really does work. It really does make a difference."

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As of early Thursday, no one had contacted the lottery office to claim the prize.
Rep. Rick Becker told viewers of his BEK News television show on Wednesday, Jan. 19, he has decided to retire from the House of Representatives after nearly a decade in the lower chamber.
Former Southwest Region Lieutenant Steven Johnson claims he had criminal charges filed against him for "revenge" after learning one of his troopers was having an affair while on duty.

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