Parshall school bond vote narrowly fails

Voters in the Parshall School District have narrowly rejected a referendum to bond for major improvements to the district’s elementary and high schools.


A public fossil dig near Bismarck last week produced two record breaking discoveries.


The Bismarck Depot has been under construction for more than a year, but that could soon be coming to an end.



More drought relief could be coming to ranchers in the form of cash reimbursements. Gov. Doug Burgum and Ag commissioner Doug Goehring announced the program at the Capitol Tuesday.


Minot Main Street Minute: AT&T entertainment center, Forever Fitness 24/7


School year begins for Williston School District One


Changing student discipline with Restorative Justice practices


Fall wild turkey hunting season set in N.D.


Bismarck Wastewater Treatment Plant undergoes repairs


Steps to take before ADHD diagnosis, medication


MSU students go back to school


Delta flight makes emergency medical stop in Minot


3 young boys may have chance to resume ice cream business


Rookie teachers prepare for first day of school


Community gathers for Mess Fest to support children with cancer


A look back at 1979 eclipse in Williston


Company behind DAPL sues Greenpeace, other environmental groups


View of near solar eclipse totality from Sturgis, S.D.


Minot police arrest man for shooting handgun off within city limits


N.D. Department of Agriculture looking for research proposals on grapes, wine


Head of Job Service North Dakota resigns


Not guilty pleas in Minot trailer court shooting


Gateway to Science eclipse event brings in more than 400 visitors


Many view solar eclipse at MSU


Minot police seek help locating missing 17-year-old


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