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These Are The 10 Worst Places To Live In North Dakota For 2019
Join RoadSnacks ▼ Editor’s Note: This article is an opinion based on facts and is meant as infotainment. Don’t freak out we updated this article for 2019. This is our fifth time ranking the worst places to live in North Dakota.
Milwaukee man convicted of sex trafficking in North Dakota sentenced on drug trafficking charge
BISMARCK, N.D. — A Milwaukee man who served time in federal prison for sex trafficking in North Dakota has been sentenced to more time behind bars on a drug trafficking conspiracy charge.
On Day of Heitkamp’s Farewell Speech, Democrat Leader in the Senate Trashes North Dakota
It’s pretty clear that Democrats don’t have much affinity for states like North Dakota. Even our liberal friends right here in North Dakota often talk about our state as though they wish they lived somewhere else.
Cashless Businesses Likely Don't Fit In, In North Dakota
Businesses nationwide are beginning a cashless trend, accepting only credit, debit and mobile forms of payment. But, as Renée Cooper reports, it doesn't seem to be something that will hit North Dakota any time soon.
Schumer Scoffs at North Dakota, Indiana; Pelosi Worries That Government Workers Are Losing Jobs
(CNSNews.com) - In an off-the-cuff remark at Tuesday's contentious meeting with President Trump, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer showed some liberal scorn for fly-over country.
DEA reports huge jump in North Dakota meth seizures in 2018
The Drug Enforcement Administration saw a huge jump in methamphetamine seizures in North Dakota in 2018 as the drug becomes more accessible in the region. For fiscal year 2018, which ended on Sept. 30, the DEA seized 61.82 pounds of meth in North Dakota, up from 3.08 pounds that were seized in the s
Minnesota, North Dakota to hold celebrity death match walleye fishing contest
BISMARCK, N.D. (KELO.com) -- Two of the most popular ice fishing destinations in North America – Devils Lake, North Dakota, and Lake of the Woods on Minnesota’s northern border – are about to go head-to-head.
Three dead in head-on crash in northwestern North Dakota
KEENE, N.D. (KFGO) - Three people were killed and one person was injured after a vehicle collided head-on with a semi in northwest North Dakota.The crash happened Saturday shortly after 9 p.m. three miles north of Keene.The semi was traveling east, leaving a roundabout on Highway 23 as the compact S
The Native American Burial Site Found In North Dakota Is A Historical Wonder
North Dakota has a history that goes back long before it was ever even known as North Dakota. Hundreds of years ago, early plains woodland people called this area home. Today the remnants of those early residents are scarce, but there are still places you can see and learn about them. One of the bes
North Dakota's Heitkamp bids farewell to U.S. Senate after losing re-election
BISMARCK, N.D. — North Dakota Democrat Heidi Heitkamp bid an emotional farewell to the U.S. Senate, telling colleagues that "gridlock and partisanship does not have to rule the day."
WATCH: North Dakota State's basketball team may start recruiting Easton Stick after showing off impressive handle
We’re in Week 15 of the college football season. The only Division I game of the weekend is Army-Navy. While that’s a special game, people will want to watch more. What they can watch is an FCS quarterfinal game in North Dakota State-Colgate. North Dakota State has been a power at the FCS level rece
North Dakota Class A girls and boys basketball polls
(KFGO/KNFL) – The second edition of the North Dakota Class A girls and boys basketball poll were released on Wednesday. Bismarck Century stays atop in girls poll and Fargo Davies retained their number one spot on the boys side.
North Dakota getting one of Northern’s best in LaFave
Best of luck to a Northern State cornerstone who will be laying a new foundation in North Dakota. Alan LaFave, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Northern State University, will become the new president of Valley City State University on Dec. 17.
North Dakota man pleads guilty to using stolen forklift in Trump assassination attempt
MANDAN, N.D. — A North Dakota man has pleaded guilty to plotting to assassinate President Donald Trump, in part, by using a forklift to flip the presidential limousine while Trump was inside, federal court documents show.
Pro-Obamacare Lawsuit, Filed by North Dakota Democrats as a Campaign Gambit, Smacked Down by Judge
When it’s an election year in North Dakota we know at some point left wing interests will probably file some frivolous lawsuit to manufacture headlines, and that invariably these lawsuits will fail on their merits once the election is over.
Potential hires for North Dakota State
FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) -- With the news of Chris Klieman being hired at Kansas State Monday, Valley News Live takes a look at several names that could come up in the search for Klieman's replacement at North Dakota State.
Never Forget: North Dakota man among the few remaining survivors of Pearl Harbor attack
North Dakota man among the few remaining survivors of Pearl Harbor attack. It was more than a rallying cry for the Americans who immediately went to to enlist after hearing about the attack on a United States territory in the Pacific Ocean.
North Dakota woman faces drug charges in Isanti County
A North Dakota woman is facing two drug charges after parking her vehicle in the westbound lane of 343rd Avenue in Isanti County. Leann Marie Holter, 42, of Devils Lake, North Dakota, was charged Nov. 27 before Judge John Klossner in Isanti County District Court in Cambridge with gross misdemeanor f
14 North Dakota counties to see new sheriffs in 2019
What are likely the most new sheriffs in recent memory will take office Jan. 1 in major areas of North Dakota. Six incumbents were defeated for re-election while eight chose not to run. The new sheriffs will take the reins for Bowman, Burke, Burleigh, Cass, Divide, Dunn, Grand Forks, McKenzie, Mount
North Dakota lawmaker prepping legislation for deregulated hemp production
OSNABROCK, N.D. (KFGO) - Dave Monson says it's about time. The veteran Republican Representative from Osnabrock, North Dakota has been working to legalize hemp for 20 years as an alternative crop. The 2018 farm bill that passed the Senate and House includes legalization that changes industrial hemp