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BERNADEAU: "What brought you to North Dakota?"
At the conclusion of the Badlands Bowl on Saturday, June 16, I walked onto Fisher Field at the Biesiot Activities Center set to interview North Dakota All-Star team head coach Jay Gibson.
Print Column: Deep Pocketed Interests Routinely Buy Their Way Onto North Dakota’s Ballot - Say Anything
Criticize North Dakota’s initiated measure laws, the process whereby citizens can collect signatures and enact policy directly through a vote, and you’ll be targeted for scorn and personal attacks.
North Dakota health officials respond to rising suicide rate
Kora Dockter, chairwoman of the North Dakota Suicide Prevention Coalition, says people thinking about suicide can get better through treatment and that "help is only a phone call away."
North Dakota House candidate faces misdemeanor charge
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota House candidate is facing a misdemeanor criminal charge for allegedly publishing inaccurate information about an opponent.The charge against Republican District 47 candidate Duane Sand carries a maximum punishment of a year in jail and a $3,000 fine.Sand lost the
Wrestling: Holmen's Reed Williams takes offer from North Dakota State
But a conversation last month presented a different opportunity — one that forced Williams to reevaluate the path he’d chosen. Ultimately, he decided to pursue a new road, and accepted a partial wrestling scholarship from North Dakota State University.
Jayse McLean starring on, off baseball field at North Dakota State
After sitting out the entire 2017 season with a knee injury, McLean started all 50 of NDSU's games in centerfield this season and led the NCAA Division I Bison with seven home runs. He batted .250 with six doubles, four triples, 31 RBIs and a team-best 31 walks.
10 Reasons Why Anyone Who Hates North Dakota Can Just Shut Up
Without North Dakota, most of the nation would be without pasta noodles.SnoShuu/FlickrThanks to North Dakota’s durum wheat, of which it is the leading producer of, this country gets to enjoy tons of pasta noodles which are made from that type of wheat. This state produces two-thirds of America’s dur
Dakota Specialty Milling expands in North Dakota
From left: Dean Reese, president and chief executive officer of North Dakota Development Fund; Kevin Sonsalla, manager of agriculture and bio-energy development at the North Dakota Department of Commerce; Bill Matthaei, chairman of Dakota Specialty Milling; Peter Matthaei, CEO of Dakota Specialty Mi
North Dakota Bakken Oil Play: Buy the Record Production
North Dakota's oil production rose nicely in April, and, with crude prices likely to remain strong, monthly output should break its old record by the end of this month.
University of North Dakota Police jump-start Shane Gersich’s truck after forward returns from Stanley Cup run with Capitals
Shane Gersichsigned an entry-level contract with the Washington Capitals on March 23, 2018, leaving the University of North Dakota after his junior year.
Advantages, issues at play in North Dakota's cottage foods law
Lori Martin is passionate about local foods.As a vendor and founding board member of BisMarket, she sells vegetables, baked goods and canned items at the farmers market in Bismarck. But some of the produce she cans wasn't allowed before passage of North Dakota's Food Freedom Act on cottage food prod
North Dakota superintendent to attend national leadership program
Department of Public Instruction School Superintendent Kirsten Baesler talks in 2015 about a survey taken by 10,325 North Dakota high school students showing a drop in tobacco use during a news conference in November at the state Capitol in Bismarck. In the background, from left, are Clint Boots, of
Poll shows North Dakota US House race may be decided by the undecided
When you look at the overall state, the Republican Armstrong stands at 46 percent, Schneider 35 percent, but look at the undecided, 19 percent.
Facility Maintenance Basics at the University of North Dakota
Great programmingand staffing won’t amount to much if your rec center isn’t running properly. Any number of problems with lighting, flooring or any other facility component can hinder your ability to engage students, making facility maintenance extremely important.
Hmmm: GOP challenger barely edging Heitkamp in North Dakota
Can Republicans win a Senate seat in deep-red territory even without much help from Donald Trump? Anew poll out for Heidi Heitkamp’s North Dakota re-election bidshows her trailing by four, within the margin of error but far enough out from the magical 50% threshold for incumbents for her to worry. I
St. Peter students graduate from North Dakota State University
Two St. Peter students graduated in May from North Dakota State University, Fargo. Jared Martin Annexstad earned a master of transportation and urban systems degree. Lance Michael Willet completed a bachelor of science in computer science degree with honors, which requires finishing with a GPA of at
Berger joins father in North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame
PUEBLO, Colo. – Reigning Stock Contractor of the Year Chad Berger had to compose himself ever so briefly when he was on the Ridepass set during intermission of Berger’s annual PBR event in Bismarck, North Dakota.
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS/ DOUG LEIER: From bullheads to bass, Whopper,...
Try as I might since my younger days growing up fishing Lake Ashtabula and the Sheyenne River near Valley City, N.D., and many other areas around the state since then, I’ve never really come close to catching a “qualifier.”
North Dakota lawmakers weigh in on immigration debate
WASHINGTON (Gray DC) -As migrant families continue to be separated at the border, elected officials are mulling over solutions on Capitol Hill. North Dakota lawmakers are weighing in on the immigration controversy consuming our country.The Trump administration’s “zero tolerance policy” means migrant
June 12th primary: How the veterans fared in Virginia, South Carolina, Nevada, North Dakota, and Maine - AEI
A handful more of military veterans will be on ballots in November’s election after last week’s multi-state primary. Across the states of Virginia, South Carolina, Nevada, North Dakota, and Maine, a total of 48 new and incumbent veterans mounted campaigns for governor, lieutenant governor, state att