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The most expensive and affordable states to buy a house, ranked
Buying a househas become more expensive than ever — home prices have increased significantly since the 1960s, when the median price of a home was less than $100,000 in today's dollars.Today, the median home listing price in the US is nearly $280,000, according toZillow, but that varies by state.We r
Woman sentenced for organizing prostitution trips to Montana, North Dakota
Christina Ann Jackson, of Boise, will serve five years of federal probation for one count of transportation of a person with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity.
Dreaded weed possibly found in North Dakota
Goehring said testing so far has found that the weeds are amaranth, but it’s not known if it’s Palmer amaranth. He said DNA testing is being done and should be completed next week to find out for sure.He said the department has had false findings of the weed before.The type of pigweed has been foun
North Dakota Peace Officer's Association makes statement on recreational marijuana
Whereas removing penalties and zoning regulations related to growing, possessing, using, distributing, selling marijuana in any location causes concerns of growing, use and sales of marijuana in any public areas including shopping centers, restaurants, schools, publicly owned and operated buildings,
Opponents of Brett Kavanaugh’s Nomination Turn Up the Heat on Red-State Democrats As Well As a Few So-Called ‘Moderate’ Republicans
Although Judge Brett Kavanaugh—President Donald Trump’s nominee to replace the retired Justice Anthony Kennedy on the United States Supreme Court—will most likely be confirmed by the Republican-controlled Senate, some opponents of the nomination are refusing to go down without a fight. And they are
Dem campaign chairman expresses confidence over path to Senate majority
Sen.Chris Van Hollen(Md.), the chairman of the Senate Democratic campaign arm, said turnout in recent primaries and growing support for Democrats among independents suggests the party has a strong chance of taking control of the Senate.
This Prairie Swimming Hole In North Dakota Is So Hidden You'll Probably Have It All To Yourself
Head out to this quiet swimming hole tucked away in the hills of the North Dakota prairie and you might find you’ve got it all to yourself. This lesser-known lake is beautifully scenic and full of recreational opportunities and yet is usually peaceful and not busy, if anyone is even there at all. Wh
Secretary Perry Tours North Dakota Coal Mine
Vice President of Operations Caroll Dewing talks about Secertary Rick Perry's visit to North American Coal.Original Air Date:Saturday, August 18, 2018Show:Energy MattersTags:Caroll Dewing
Here Are The 6 Most Peaceful Places To Go In North Dakota When You Need A Break From It All
International Peace Garden - DunseithJenny W/FlickrThere's no more fitting place for peacefulness than the International Peace Garden in Dunseith, North Dakota. The beautiful flowers and plants, stunning grounds, lovely sculptures and monuments, and more are all wonderful to see. You'll be able to w
Cream of Wheat, first made in Grand Forks, named North Dakota’s...
Cream of Wheat, the nation’s first hot breakfast cereal, has been recognized as North Dakota’s most famous invention by Family Handyman magazine.
Where Millennials Are Moving (And Where HQ2 Might Send Them)
If you look at thelatest data,Millennial homebuyers aren’t flocking to the big cities or urban centers like most would assume. They’re heading to the outliers—smaller, more suburban towns where a slightly longer commute means more affordable housing, safer streets and a lower cost of living.
Washington governor says Zinke would 'sell his grandchildren for the oil industry'
Inslee, whose state has faced similar wildfire threats, said Zinke “would flunk any science test that these kids take," The Seattle Post-Intelligencerreported.
Good news from North Dakota, bad news from Oklahoma - Boulder Weekly
Good news: A petition drive to legalize recreational marijuana in North Dakota has succeeded in putting the measure on the state’s November ballot. Activists needed 13,452 signatures to qualify for the ballot. Last month they turned in more than 18,000.
Celtics’ Kyrie Irving to visit reservation in North Dakota
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving is set to visit the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, where his late mother was once part of the tribe.
North Dakota pharmacists start program to track opioid abuse
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) —North Dakota State University has created a training program to teach pharmacists how to spot patients at risk of abusing opioids, as well as increase the number of prescriptions pharmacists write for overdose treatments.The university's School of Pharmacy unveiled the program c
These are the newspapers telling Trump that journalists are not the enemy
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Trump Says He Alone Can Keep the GOP in Power. He Alone Believes That.
Donald Trump gave the Wall Street Journal an impromptu, 20-minute interview on Wednesday, touching on everything from his beloved tariffs to his decision to yank John Brennan’s security clearance. The president’s preferred topic, though, was clear.According to the Journal, Trump repeatedly “interrup
North Dakota 4-H’ers grill up success
Richland County teams took first place in the junior and senior divisions of the first BBQ Junior Grill Masters Bootcamp and 4-H Grill-off contest.The team of Greyson Matejcek, Gunnar Miller, Sherilyn Gutzmer and Mason Miller was the first-place finisher in the senior division. The team of Abby Boel
North Dakota bottle collector finds relics in South Dakota
YANKTON, S.D. (AP) — This man's treasure was definitely another man's trash long ago.Tom Askjem, of Buxton, North Dakota, collects bottles, but not just any bottles; he collects antique medicinal bottles, and during his frequent digs in Yankton, he's found numerous items in old outhouse pits."I star
FCS powerhouse North Dakota State poised to keep its perch
FARGO, N.D. -- At least one ticket broker advertising upcoming events for the Fargo area is promoting prices at $68 for O.A.R., $71 for Jason Mraz, $90 for Toby Keith, $93 for LeAnn Rimes, $103 for Blink 182 -- and $122 for the college football game between Delaware and North Dakota State.