Bill seeks to end Sunday closing law

Rolette, Cass County authorities thank everyone for honoring Deputy Colt Allery

New York, Chicago Police head to North Dakota to honor Deputy Colt Allery

Body of Deputy Colt Allery arrives in Belcourt

Governor Burgum speaks with Cabinet about Main Street Initiative

Out-of-state law enforcement to fill in for Rolette County authorities Tuesday

Jan. 18 Declared "Officer Colt Allery" Day

Family of Deputy Colt Allery looks back on his life and legacy

Funeral costs for slain Rolette County deputy to be covered under worker's comp

Rolla community, law enforcement gather for vigil for Dep. Colt Allery

Brother of Dep. Colt Allery speaks out on his death

Rolette County Sheriff reacts to death of deputy

N.D. Public Service Commissioner applied for Director of Energy Systems Development at UND

ND taxable sales down almost 20 percent

State Tourism Department says 22 million tourists visited N.D. in 2015

North Dakota Forest Service sets up education booth at State Capitol

Highway Patrol Honor Guard serves special purpose for troopers, families

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