Many towns and businesses have struggled to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic. But in northwestern South Dakota, the small town of Lemmon is a success story. The town is booming, even during the pandemic
Lawmakers signed a letter this week expressing concern that Small Business Administration coronavirus relief loans could be cut off from certain industries, especially those involved with firearms and ammunition.
With the coronavirus pandemic prompting economic worries, analysts say home buying interest has plummeted by 90 percent nationally. But realtors around here say they haven't seen that much of a decline yet.
The pandemic plus the price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia have caused U.S. production to nearly come to a halt, storage to fill rapidly, crude prices to tank, and a record amount of well shut-ins and oilfield layoffs.
Gov. Doug Burgum today signed an executive order granting a waiver of hours of service requirements for drivers of commercial vehicles transporting propane, gasoline and diesel fuel to retail suppliers.
Almost everyone strives to be financially independent but not everyone knows how to avoid the most common mistakes to keep us from getting there. David Wald is here from Securian Financial Advisors of North Dakota to talk about that.