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The North Dakota State Bison are headed back to the White House. [Read More]
A McClusky couple is celebrating a very special milestone. [Read More]
Trinity Health has chosen a new clinical dietitian to lead its Nutrition Services. [Read More]
Burleigh County Sheriff's Department recognized three men as Golden Citizens for their quick reaction in saving a neighbor. [Read More]
The city of Lincoln is under a boil order after a water test came back positive for general bacteria. [Read More]
Each year volunteers from across the state honor the fallen at the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery for Wreaths Across America. [Read More]
The North Dakota chapter of Quilts of Valor has awarded 90 quilts to veterans since 2018. [Read More]
Businesses across the state want to be prepared in case of a fire. Now they're training on how to react. [Read More]
Politicians have pushed for energy independence for years. Energy advocates in North Dakota say we're almost there. [Read More]
The city of Lincoln says the tap water is dirty, but not dangerous. [Read More]
An annual variety show that's entertained the people of Minot for a quarter century is once again taking place next month. [Read More]
A judge ordered a 29-year-old man to serve 15 years for a series of crimes in Minot that left one man partially paralyzed. [Read More]
In Friday's County by County we begin in Bottineau County. [Read More]
A minor accident Thursday left Trinity Health without one of its main ways to transport patients. [Read More]
Doosan Bobcat recently invested $600,000 in the Bismarck Acceleration Center. [Read More]
A 26-year-old Bismarck man is charged for having a sexual video of a minor on his cell phone. [Read More]
The North Dakota National Guard's 81st Civil Support Team has welcomed a new commander to its Fraine Barracks headquarters. [Read More]
Lot 2029 has been a staple in the community for 10 years, but in February it will be closing. [Read More]
From 2008 to 2016, the number of education degrees awarded dropped by more than 15 percent, and enrollment in teacher preparation programs dropped by nearly... [Read More]
A local mom recently launched an online service to help the elderly and disabled. [Read More]
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