Williston hasn’t had a local “Special Olympics” branch for years. Despite this, the police department holds “Polar Plunges” in the hopes of bringing it back. For some community members, the program is very dear to their hearts.
North Dakota is a far cry from Silicon Valley in California, but the state is still making technological innovations of its own. A Fargo company that is looking to revolutionize the livestock industry with their GPS livestock tags.
For many of the student-athletes who are a part of the esports program, they were practicing in a small space provided to them. They never would have imagined their new home on campus, a $1.2 million facility.
State prosecutors are working to obtain a forensics report in the 2007 killing of Anita Knutson, according to records filed this week. The documents are being sought by the defense for the woman charged in Knutson’s killing.
The unmanned aerial system (UAS) industry is booming in North Dakota, and the Northern Plains UAS Test Site has been working with the Federal Aviation Administration to make sure the state remains competitive with the rest of the nation.