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The North Dakota Safety Council, along with EAPC Architects Engineers, is providing free training for educators. The safety council's role is geared toward teachers and... [Read More]
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Dacotah Speedway is set to open tomorrow night, and fans will be in attendance. The race track becomes one of the first sports venues to... [Read More]
The Latest on the May 25 death in Minneapolis of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who pleaded for air as a white police officer... [Read More]
The Latest on the May 25 death in Minneapolis of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who pleaded for air as a white police officer... [Read More]
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While the state of North Dakota started its summer baseball league this week, in Minnesota its still wait and see. In the meantime, DGF Post... [Read More]
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Oak Grove's Grayson Wetch and Shanley's Jake Skarperud took their talents from a d-line pairing on the ice to the links dominating the competition as... [Read More]
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This school year, we saw teachers forced to move their classrooms online and teach in a new way. This summer the North Dakota Department of... [Read More]
The North Dakota IT Department says the number of unresolved cybersecurity incidents in the state has nearly doubled since state employees and public schools began... [Read More]
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The North Dakota IT Department has been working on a system to better keep your medical records organized and accessible. It's called the ND Health... [Read More]
Gray areas still remain for North Dakota workers navigating the current economic downturn. There are a number of employees, whether it be in retail or... [Read More]
For months KX News has been getting complaints about the unemployment system being backed up at Job Service North Dakota. While most employees working there,... [Read More]
The Latest on the May 25 death in Minneapolis of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who pleaded for air as a white police officer... [Read More]
The North Dakota Highway Patrol says 29 percent of fatal crashes in the state are caused by excessive speeders and aggressive drivers on the highways.... [Read More]
Last Fall, we told you about Reading Corps, a one-on-one tutoring program geared toward helping kindergarten through third-grade students in North Dakota improve their reading... [Read More]
The Special Olympics North Dakota (SOND) has decided to not hold the State Summer Games, originally scheduled for June 4-6 in Fargo, due to the... [Read More]
North Dakota's top prison administrator is resigning to take a job in the private sector, Gov. Doug Burgum announced Thursday. [Read More]
Trevor Milton's newfound fortune is the latest vindication for the Utah-born college dropout, who founded Nikola at the age of 29 after talking to truckers... [Read More]
Gov. Tim Walz signed an executive order on Wednesday to activate the Minnesota National Guard in Clay County and surrounding areas to provide safety and... [Read More]
State Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Director Leann Bertsch has resigned after 15 years as North Dakota's top corrections official. [Read More]
Twenty-seven new COVID-19 cases in North Dakota were confirmed Thursday, June 4. As of Thursday morning, the state is at 66 deaths, 431 active cases... [Read More]
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