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Crash between train and tractor under investigation
STARK COUNTY, N.D. (Valley News Live)- A crash between a tractor and a train is under investigation in Stark County. Troopers with the North Dakota Highway Patrol say Mitch Erdle was traveling northbound on 80th Ave SW from a nearby field to his farm on April 10th.
Lemonade Day comes to Dickinson
On July 20th, about 50 lemonade stands will line the streets of Dickinson as part of the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce's participation in Lemonade Day, a national program promoting entrepreneurship in children.
Game and Fish: Winterkill won’t affect fishing in Southwest N.D.
DICKINSON, N.D. -- Subzero colds, glacial northern winds and near-record snowfall this winter had a chilling effect on residents across the state, but The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is saying that our gill-bearing aquatic neighbors, fish, suffered greatly -- but not nearly as bad as initi
Hops growing workshop scheduled in Dickinson, ND
The North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA) will hold a free hops growing workshop, Saturday, April 27, at Fluffy Fields Vineyard and Winery, 2708 21st St. E., Dickinson.
Dickinson hosting SHSND conference Friday
Dickinson is hosting a conference of State Historical Society of North Dakota certified local governments Friday at Dickinson Public Library. There are seven SHSND certified local governments, including Dickinson.
Former North Dakota Governor Says F-M Diversion “Out of Control”
FARGO, ND — Ed Schafer, former U.S. Ag Secretary and Governor of North Dakota, says the F-M Diversion is “out of control and getting unaffordable to taxpayers.”. Schafer sent a letter to three state representatives prior to House passage of last Friday’s water budget bill.
Neighbors: 48 years after unexpected kindness during a North Dakota blizzard, couple hopes to find the pastor who helped them
We’re into mid-April, so we should be out of the blizzard season. But you know that if you’ve ever been in a bad one, the memories of it stick with you. Such is the case for Thomas Witte, of Sugar Land, Texas, near Houston, who sent this story to Neighbors last winter:
An overdue honor: KDIX sportscasting legend inducted into hall of fame
When Robert "Bob" Weiler started working at KDIX the station was about a year old, the building was located in the Park Square Mall, and the on-air talent wrote all the advertising by hand.
Looking to retire in North Dakota? Think about Devils Lake
If it's time for retirement, you should be looking at Devils Lake, one study says. Devils Lake is the best place to retire in North Dakota, according to financial company SmartAsset.
North Dakota man sets walleye record
MANDAN, N.D.—A Lincoln, N.D., man caught a record-breaking walleye over the weekend, according to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. Tom Volk caught a 16 pound, 9 ounce walleye Sunday from the shore of the Heart River in Mandan, N.D., a press release said. The fish was 32 1/2 inches.
North Dakota in brief
BISMARCK — The North Dakota House rejected a compromise bill creating a new income tax deduction for Social Security benefits Monday, April 22, sending legislative negotiators back to the drawing board.
North Dakota population jumped in 14 of 53 counties
MINOT, N.D. - Census Bureau data shows Williams County in North Dakota led the nation in population growth from 2010 to 2018 thanks to the oil boom. Estimates released indicate Williams County grew by 57.8% in those eight years. The census shows that county grew by 5.9% from July 2017 to July 2018.
The Secret Soylent Capital of the World Is… Grand Forks, North Dakota?
Photo of Grand Forks: atdr/Shutterstock. Photo of Soylent: Soylent. Photo-illustration: Jenny G. Zhang/Eater. Soylent, the meal replacement beverage invented and favored by Silicon Valley bros who’d rather work than eat, is a hit in a surprising market: Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Dickinson State Athlete of the Week - Caitlyn Welch
During a doubleheader with Presentation College (S.D.) and a four-game series against Bellevue University (Neb.), freshman third baseman Caitlyn Welch appeared in four games. Over 11 at-bats, she recorded five hits, including a double, three RBIs and three runs scored. She also drew a walk and struc
Burgum Signs Bill Establishing Reinsurance for North Dakota’s Individual Health Insurance Market
Insurance Commissioner Jon Godfread today praised the signing of Insurance Department legislation House Bill 1106, relating to the establishment of an invisible reinsurance pool for the individual health insurance market, by Governor Doug Burgum. The bill was passed by a unanimous vote from the Nort
North Dakota House members walk out after committee's failed vote involving TR library, governor's salary
House members of a conference committee on the governor's office budget walked out after a failed vote Monday on amendments for a Theodore Roosevelt presidential library and forcing Gov. Doug Burgum to take a salary.