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Agricultural struggles in North Dakota
BISMARCK, N.D. - Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., met with agricultural professionals to discuss his efforts to help expand and open markets for North Dakota. Several of the professionals at the round table mentioned that since the United States pulled out of the Trans Pacific Partnership, ag trade oversea
Lange to enter plea Monday in death of child
A jury trial scheduled Monday for a Carrington woman accused of manslaughter and child neglect in the death of her baby has been canceled, according to court records. Instead, Justice Lange, 25, Carrington, is scheduled to appear for a change of plea hearing and sentencing before Judge Cherie Clark
Celebrating Women: Meet the Founder of North Dakota's First Sober Living Home
All month long we're honoring women in our area who are making a difference in their community. Tonight, in our special series celebrating women, we introduce you to Judith Roberts.
North Dakota's Legacy Fund looking 'healthy' at almost $6 billion
North Dakota's Legacy Fund is approaching $6 billion. Dave Hunter, executive director and chief investment officer of the state Retirement and Investment Office, presented the fund's latest statement in his quarterly report Wednesday to the Legacy and Budget Stabilization Fund Advisory Board.
U.S. labor secretary visits North Dakota to discuss workforce issues
U.S. Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta learned that North Dakota is challenged by the ratio of businesses to people in the state. "You've got one small business for about every 10 people, including children, and that's a real challenge, because you create jobs in such a decentralized way," Acosta sai
Eastern North Dakota counties top ranked for health outcomes
In a ranking of health outcomes across 49 counties in North Dakota, Grand Forks County came in 21st, while Cass County ranked fifth. Wells County in central North Dakota earned the top spot on the list, which evaluated health outcomes in terms of life expectancy and quality of life. Traill County, G
North Dakota lawmakers seek study of historic horse racing, walking back contentious proposal
BISMARCK -- A North Dakota Senate committee has opted to study whether to allow bets on past horse races, walking back a heavily lobbied proposal to expand the state's gambling options.
Jamestown speech team wins meet at Carrington
The Jamestown High School speech team traveled to Carrington the weekend of March 1 to compete against 274 student entries. There were 17 schools competing, and Jamestown won the meet. Jamestown had eight events qualify for the state speech meet which will be held in Jamestown on April 13. The quali
County Commission approves federal aid items
The Stutsman County Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved an agreement of cooperative administration for federal public assistance following a presidential disaster declaration on behalf of townships.
City of Jamestown Proclaims April Fair Housing Month, Approves Solar Generating Facility
JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The City of Jamestown has proclaimed April as Fair Housing Month. The proclamation issued by Mayor Dwaine Heinrich urges all citizens to understand and exercise their right to equal housing opportunities. Councilmember Dan Buchanan read a portion of the proclamatio
Rosenau, Cards back in Region 3 title game
Trey Rosenau might be the toughest kid to have ever played basketball for Carrington High School. A program that once rostered former Minnesota Vikings tight end Jim Kleinsasser.
Molan lifts Ellendale past L-L-M
Ellendale's Austin Molan pulled a Babe Ruth during this week's Region 3 boys basketball tournament in Jamestown. After Molan and the Cardinals topped Strasburg-Zeeland in Tuesday's quarterfinals by cutting off the Clippers' lanes to the basket, Molan called his shot. The senior said Ellendale would