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North Dakota Applebee's host Tip a Cop to benefit Special Olympics

Officer Pat Renz with the Bismarck Police Department has taken part in the Tip A Cop program for the past 15 years and enjoys seeing how willing patrons at Applebee's are to give toward the Special Olympics North Dakota organization. "Customers are very open and appreciative of the program," Renz sa

KFYR-TV - 2017-09-21 14:55:00

Richard Carl Schaan

Richard Carl Schaan, the son of Carl Schaan and Lois (Monger) Schaan, was born in Rug- by, North Dakota on No- vember 23, 1945 and passed peacefully sur- rounded by his family on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at the Trinity Medi- cal Center in Minot, North Dakota. At ten years of age, Richard

MINOT DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-22 07:00:00

Letter: Burgum acts like he is governor of Fargo, not North Dakota

It is now apparent that Gov Doug Burgum acts as if he were governor of the city of Fargo, not the governor of the state of North Dakota. The Forum story, "The Boom Bill: After years of boom Oil Patch cities paying off growth debt," does not address the state responsibility in paying the bill. The Fo

INFORUM - 2017-09-21 17:00:23

Highway 22 near New England, Reeder may get an update

NEW ENGLAND-Those who travel on North Dakota Highway 22 between Reeder and New England may get a wider road in the future if proposed improvements are approved. The North Dakota Department of Transportation held a public input meeting at the Memorial Hall in New England on Tuesday evening to discuss

THE DICKINSON PRESS - 2017-09-21 00:08:27

Taiwan to buy more wheat from North Dakota

NORTH DAKOTA - Taiwan will buy some North Dakota wheat over the next two years. It's part of an agreement worth more than half a billion dollars, and also includes wheat from Idaho and Montana. The Idaho Wheat Commission says Taiwan buys mostly Idaho soft white wheat, but has been purchasing an in

KFYR-TV - 2017-09-21 20:05:00

New miss North Dakota to be crowned Monday

Twenty-three-year-old Lizzie Jensen of Fargo replaces Cara Mund, who was crowned Miss America this month. Jensen will be crowned in a ceremony in Williston on Monday. Twenty-three-year-old Lizzie Jensen of Fargo replaces Cara Mund, who was crowned Miss America this month. Jensen will be crowned in a

KFYR-TV - 2017-09-21 20:23:00

Lizzie Jensen named new Miss North Dakota

(Valley News Live) North Dakota has a new, "Miss North Dakota." With Bismarck native Cara Mund traveling the country as the new, "Miss America, someone has to step up to take her place. Lizzie Jensen is her name. Jensen previously held the title of, Miss West Fargo. Her platform is, "#IAmMore", whic

VALLEYNEWSLIVE.COM - 2017-09-21 04:46:00

Air quality back to normal in N.D.

BISMARCK, N.D. - Thursday, the air quality in North Dakota is the way it's supposed to be compared to what it was on Sept. 13. Terry O'Clair, the director of the Air Quality Division in North Dakota, says Sept. 13 was one the worst air qualities he's ever seen in the state. "That was the first time

KFYR-TV - 2017-09-21 23:50:00

North Dakota in the Great War

BISMARCK, N.D. - The internment of Japanese-Americans during World War Two is well documented. Some of them were even kept in Bismarck at what is now United Tribes Technical College. But what's less known is what was going on here a hundred years ago, as North Dakotans left to fight in World War One

KFYR-TV - 2017-09-22 05:43:00

Project could add to Spiritwood Aquifer

JAMESTOWN - Analysis of data from an aerial electromagnetic survey conducted last year could result in a pilot project to transfer river water to the Spiritwood Aquifer in the future, according to Jon Patch, water appropriations director for the State Water Commission. Patch said the AEM study was c

BISMARCK TRIBUNE - 2017-09-22 04:00:00

Weekend festival highlights criminal justice topics

As criminal justice reform has become a hot topic, Saturday's Gamechanger Ideas Festival is covering the subject full bore. "At a time when our country is so polarized, we feel it's important to bring people together to connect and move forward around ideas that will bring positive change," said Bre

BISMARCK TRIBUNE - 2017-09-21 20:30:00

All citizens in Ryder, North Dakota get motorcycle riding licenses thanks to Harley Davidson

Everyone in one North Dakota town is getting trained to ride, all thanks to Harley. The mayor of Ryder, North Dakota was in Milwaukee presenting Bill Davidson with the key to the city. Harley picked Ryder because of its name, showed up, and taught every citizen how to ride. The 84 people in the town

CBS 58 - 2017-09-22 02:27:00

United Tribes urge state congressional delegation to address 'epidemic' of murdered and missing native women

Inspired by the killing of Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind, leaders of the United Tribes of North Dakota this week sent a letter to members of the state's congressional delegation demanding that they take action to address what they call an "epidemic" of missing and murdered Native American woman. The

WESTFARGOPIONEER.COM - 2017-09-21 22:43:19

Trial for Sadek lawsuit to be heard in Stutsman Co.

The trial of Tammy and John Sadek's wrongful death lawsuit filed for their late son, Andrew, will not be heard in Richland County, North Dakota.Courtesy Metro Creative Graphics The trial of Tammy and John Sadek's wrongful death lawsuit filed for their late son, Andrew, will not be heard in Richland

DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-21 17:00:00

Lt. Gov. tours intake dam

GLENDIVE, Mont. - There is a quiet corner on the Yellowstone River, across from the Glendive Intake Diversion Dam's canal entrances, where pallid sturgeon gather in the spring as they try to find a way upriver to spawn. That quiet spot is where a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Bureau of Reclamatio

WILLISTON DAILY HERALD - 2017-09-22 05:00:00

After the oil boom, how does North Dakota move on?

WATFORD CITY, N.D. - Imagine your city's population growing from 1,744 resident to nearly 7,500 in one year. That was reality for Watford City during the oil boom years, but the city was likely serving 10,000 to 15,000 people who lived in the area, said Brent Sanford, North Dakota's lieutenant gover

WESTFARGOPIONEER.COM - 2017-09-21 21:02:37

North Dakota Change Network cohort announced

Three Minot residents were selected to participate in the inaugural cohort of North Dakota Change Network, a program created by the Bush Foundation to enable North Dakotans to build their self-awareness, leadership abilities, and systems-change skill sets. Jessica Ackerman, Pam Karpenko, and Shannon

MINOT DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-21 07:00:00

Burgum a welcome visitor to Minot

Recent word that North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum is going to visit some towns in the state to discuss his Main Street Initiative and how it could play a vital role in the development and redevelopment of some communities is a wonderful sign that Burgum hasn't been taken off his agenda by the realities

MINOT DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-21 07:00:00

Push for hate crimes law after ugly incident in North Dakota

In this July 2017, photo provided by the Fargo Police Department, Police Chief David Todd, left, poses with, second from left, Sarah Hassan, Amber Hensley, center, and Leyla Hassan in Fargo, N.D. The three were involved in a verbal confrontation in a Walmart parking lot in Fargo, N.D. The dispute wa

CAPITAL JOURNAL - 2017-09-21 04:02:00

Hoeven supportive of new bill to undo Obama health law

Sen. John Hoeven BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota Sen. John Hoeven says he is "supportive" of new legislation that would undo the Obama health law. President Donald Trump and Republican Senate leaders are trying to rally 50 Republican votes to pass the bill that would replace much of former Presi

KFGO.COM - 2017-09-21 12:53:00