Economy

North Dakota: a growing state


Need to fill a job? State council wants input from businesses about what they need


Oil tax surplus won’t fix budget issues ahead of 2019 session


Commerce Department lays off workers


North Dakota leads in honey production for 14th year


Brent Oil Prices hit $80


Mandan tax exemption reduction


Tax deadline approaching


High number of open jobs in Bismarck-Mandan


Taxable sales increased during final months of 2017


Funding Bismarck roads


Legislators are looking at alternatives to the fuel tax


Debate over proposal to increase minimum wage in North Dakota


Group seeks to raise North Dakota minimum wage to $15


Tax season means open season for scammers


Real estate market steady in North Dakota


Local agencies react to president's infrastructure initiative


Mandan 2017 economic recap


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