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Compromise on Capitol Hill as the new Farm Bill package makes its way through Congress. Both chambers worked together for months to come up... [Read More]
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40 Steak & Seafood is being sued for firing a server because she is pregnant. [Read More]
The federal government is easing background check requirements for child care providers. [Read More]
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The devil went down to Georgia, but not before making a stop in North Dakota. [Read More]
Authorities in a Twin Cities suburb say a bystander came to the rescue of a teenage girl who caught on fire at a gasoline pump. [Read More]
Eye in the sky. [Read More]
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Weather in the Williston area is making the roads extra slick, and perhaps no one knows this better than people who drive rural roads every... [Read More]
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Over the weekend, Williston police say three people from Wolf Point, Mont. [Read More]
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Monday, Mandan police reported a tow truck was stolen within city limits. [Read More]
Communication is important on every level and elected officials in Bismarck took a step forward in keeping each other up to date. [Read More]
Beulah Public School officials posted unofficial results of yesterday's bond referendum on their facebook page. [Read More]
Trinity's CancerCare Center will offer free breast cancer screenings Wed., Dec. 12 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Town & Country Center. [Read More]
Teddy Roosevelt's face is on Mount Rushmore and his name on a North Dakota National Park. [Read More]
Hess has announced a first-of-its-kind apprenticeship program that's been certified by the U.S Department of Labor. [Read More]
Teddy Roosevelt's face is on Mount Rushmore and his name on a North Dakota National Park. [Read More]
Bismarck Public Schools has nine applicants for the open superintendent position. [Read More]
A new Veterans Affairs Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) is set to open for appointments in Minot on Fri., Dec. 14. [Read More]
The Ward County Historical Society will move the Pioneer Village from the State Fairgrounds to the city of Burlington, board members confirmed... [Read More]
Residents in the Bottineau Public School district are casting ballots Tuesday on whether to approve a $7.56 million, multi-year bond to expand its facility. [Read More]
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