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Bank supports rural healthcare on Giving Hearts Day
On Giving Hearts Day a bank in Bowman, ND is raising money for rural healthcare. Dakota Western Bank told its employees for $5 they could wear jeans on Thursday, and bank president Ron Palczewski said they had great participation.
Like a 'big family': North Dakota lawmakers buy formerly homeless parking lot attendant a dependable car
BISMARCK — North Dakota lawmakers raised a few thousand dollars to surprise a beloved Capitol parking lot attendant with a new car Friday, Feb. 15. In a meeting at the Capitol, lawmakers handed over the keys for a used sedan to Mark Johnstone, who's working his third session of helping legislators i
Kindergarten teacher uses technology to bring learning to life
A local kindergarten teacher on the Western part of the state is using technology to increase her students' interest in learning, and the innovation has all the students talking to their parents about it.
North Dakota Senate approves bill to deter tampering with pipelines, energy facilities
The North Dakota Senate advanced a bill on Friday that seeks to deter people from tampering with pipelines and other critical infrastructure. Members voted 42-3 in favor of Senate Bill 2044, introduced in response to activists who tampered with an oil pipeline valve in northeast North Dakota in 2016
North Dakota Senate passes amended cottage foods bill
The North Dakota Senate passed an amended bill Friday on the state's cottage foods law. Backers of Senate Bill 2269 say it would make North Dakota the second least restrictive state for cottage foods — behind Wyoming — while adding definitions for "clarity and conformity."
Source Water Spill Reported in Bowman County
The North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) has been notified of a source water spill resulting from a pipeline leak in Bowman County. The pipeline is owned and operated by Denbury Onshore.
Bill for legislative tuition authority fails in North Dakota House
Proposed legislation to give North Dakota lawmakers the authority to set state higher education tuition rates failed in the House Friday. Rep. Kim Koppelman, R-West Fargo, introduced House Bill 1536 on the matter. His similar legislation failed in 2015.
New Salem/Almont wins regional 4 individual tourney
New Salem/Almont (NSA) dethroned the Bowman-Beach Bucadogs to win the 2019 Region 4 Individual crown. NSA had five champs followed by Killdeer with four, Bowman-Beach three and Hettinger-Scranton-Bison (HSB) two.
North Dakota oil production hits new record
BISMARCK -- North Dakota oil operators took advantage of mild December weather and produced a record 1.4 million barrels per day that month, according to the Department of Mineral Resources.
Drivers urged to take care after 6 snowplow crashes in under 2 weeks in southeast ND
FARGO — Authorities are reminding drivers to be careful around snowplows after there were six crashes involving transportation department plows in less than two weeks in southeast North Dakota, with five of them happening on Interstate 94 and one on Interstate 29.
Sale Report: Honeyman Charolais 30th Annual Bull Sale
Great set of powerful Charolais bulls offered by Ryan and Rhonda Honeyman and family. The bulls were very uniform from the first bull in to the last and were very readily bid on by the large crowd in the seats.
North Dakota Senate advances tribal tax bills
The North Dakota Senate has advanced two bills that set up a framework for Native American tribes to charge taxes on alcohol, tobacco and sales taxes on their reservations. Senate bills 2257 and 2258, which were supported unanimously Thursday, resulted from the work of an interim committee led by Go
Mrnak Hereford Ranch 52nd Annual Production Sale
The Mrnak family brought another great set of 2 year old Hereford bulls to town for their 52nd Annual Production sale. The heifers offered were from Mrnaks, and several Mrnak bull buyers, all either sired by or bred to Mrnak bulls. This was a very solid set of both bulls and heifers, presented by a
Macy's spotlights fashion line made by North Dakota native
When you think about where fashion designers are from, North Dakota is probably not the first place that comes to mind. However Bismarck native, Allyson Sensenbaugh, recently got the incredible opportunity to launch her clothing line at a Macy's store in LA.
Pipeline spill contaminates southwest North Dakota creek
MARMARTH, N.D. — A pipeline spill from an enhanced oil recovery system in Bowman County has contaminated Kid Creek, a North Dakota Department of Health official said Thursday, Feb. 14.
'Intense on defense' Bowman County earns fifth straight win at Dickinson Trinity
Collapsing on Abbey Kubas all night, the Bowman County girls basketball team limited the Dickinson Trinity sophomore forward to 11 points. With their top scorer struggling to put the ball in the basket, so did the rest of the Titans, as the Bulldogs won 39-27 on Tuesday, Feb. 5, at the Knights of Co
North Dakota Senate approves additional study of Missouri River
The North Dakota Senate took another step this week to resolve disputes over oil and gas mineral ownership under Lake Sakakawea, approving a second phase of study and extending the time frame for royalty owners to get paid.
BSC nursing program ranked number 1 in North Dakota
BISMARCK, N.D. - The Bismarck State College nursing program was ranked number one out of 11 schools in North Dakota. RegisteredNursing.org's ranking is an annual study of exam-pass rates for all registered nursing programs.
Bill mandating insurance coverage of infertility treatment fails in North Dakota Senate
FARGO — A bill that would mandate insurance companies cover infertility treatments failed on the floor of the North Dakota Senate this week, despite deeply personal testimony from the sponsor of the bill and its supporters.
North Dakota Capitol notebook: Hustling to crossover break
BISMARCK — North Dakota lawmakers are grinding through a final batch of bills before hitting a mid-session break. Legislators have until Friday, Feb. 22, to pass bills to the opposite chamber for consideration, a deadline known as "crossover." Facing a heavy workload, House lawmakers have been holdi