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  • North Dakotans Feel Singled Out In Clean Power Plan's Compliance Mandate

    North Dakota's coal industry is feeling the heat from the Clean Power Plan, which targets carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. Under the final version of the plan, North Dakota will have to cut emissions by 45 percent - a fourfold increase from the draft plan, and more than any other state.

  • This map shows the most searched Thanksgiving recipe in every state

    If you're tired of the same old stuffing and sweet potatoes this Thanksgiving, you might want to head out of state. We asked our friends at Google Trends to dig up the data on the most uniquely searched Thanksgiving recipe in every state.

  • Food co-ops seek to keep more homegrown products in state

    " While North Dakota residents give thanks around the table in a state that produces much of the nation's foodstuffs, it's likely that most of what's on their plates is coming from somewhere else. The Bismarck-Mandan Community Food Co-op already held its groundbreaking ceremonies and the Prairie Roots Food Cooperative in Fargo is well on its way to reality with more than 900 members onboard.

  • Troopers to saturate roadways

    November is notorious for being nasty to travelers. In response, the North Dakota Highway Patrol intends to saturate roadways throughout the state during the Thanksgiving holiday and beyond.

  • ND Attorney General Promises Transperancy and Accessibility in Run for Governor

    North Dakota Attorney General and Republican Wayne Stenehjem kicked off his campaign for Governor across the state Tuesday. Stenehjem says he will run on transparency, as he has done for the past 39 years in public office.

  • Sanders boasts highest approval rating in Senate

    Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders may not be the most popular presidential candidate, but he is far and away the most popular lawmaker in the Senate. According to a new Morning Consult poll , Sanders has an 83 percent approval rating from his constituents in Vermont, a full 5 percent higher than Maine Sen. Susan Collins.

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  • Sarah Vogel releases statement on possible bid for Governor

    A Bismarck lawyer says she is considering a possible run for Governor. Sarah Vogel said Monday that supporters filed paperwork with the North Dakota Secretary of State to form the "Sarah Vogel for Governor Exploratory Committee".

  • A Dry Future for ND Farming

    It's hard not to enjoy warmer than average temperatures, but North Dakotans know there's a downside to that. It can place a real hardship on others, and with the way the weather has been lately, farmers probably aren't to happy with the dry conditions.

  • Iowa Joins Lawsuit Opposing EPA's Waters Of The U.S. Rule

    IOWA JOINS LAWSUIT OPPOSING EPA'S WATERS OF THE U.S. RULE Nov. 18, 2015 Source: Iowa Governor's Office news release Today, Gov. Terry Branstad intervened in a case pending in the U.S. District Court of North Dakota Southwestern Division against the EPA and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and their overreaching Waters of the U.S. rule. Gov. Branstad joins in support of 13 other states: North Dakota, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, South Dakota, Wyoming and New Mexico.

  • "Possibly saving countless lives:" 150 Busted with Drugs or Alcohol on North Dakota Roads

    During October's "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign across the state of North Dakota, 822 traffic stops lead to 150 arrests and citations that were alcohol or drug-related. The state attributes 576 of the citations to the added patrols, with 91 accounting for driving under the influence arrests or refusal of a test.

  • Holiday Homes of Hope Tour helps kids with Cystic Fibrosis

    A ticket for the event is $25 which all will go towards medication and equipment for kids diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis in North Dakota and Minnesota. Pam Thompson, the Development Director for the Cystic Fibrosis Association in North Dakota and Minnesota says, "It can be devastating dealing with a diagnosis of C-F."

  • North Dakota flour mill expansion will make it biggest in US

    North Dakota's state-owned flour mill, which has stood for nearly a century as a symbol of the state's socialist past, is coming off a record year and is poised to become the largest wheat-grinding facility in the nation, its chief executive said Thursday. General manager Vance Taylor told the state Industrial Commission that a $27 million expansion of the Grand Forks facility is underway and should be completed next summer.

  • ND businesses get $125K to develop new agricultural products

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has granted nearly $125,000 to businesses in North Dakota to develop new agricultural products and markets for existing goods. ND Golden Growers Cooperative, Aspen Aquaponics and Meadowlark Granary are getting the funds through the agency's Value-Added Producer Grant program.

  • Tribune File Photo - Odot says shipments of oil by rail could increase in the next few months.

    Union Pacific railway plans to increase shipments of oil from North Dakota's Bakken formation through the Columbia River Gorge, according to the Oregon Department of Transportation. The notice, which ODOT Rail and Public Transit Division Administrator Hal Gard said the state received on Thursday, means the railway could increase shipments through the Gorge by as much as 3 million gallons or more per month.

  • Allegations of drug use by Hillsboro H.S. football...

    Hillsboro Police and North Dakota BCI are looking into allegations of drug use by the Hillsboro High School football team, along with accusations that members collected revealing pictures of high school girls. Police Chief Ray Weber says he can't go into specifics because the investigation deals with juveniles.

  • App Provides Innovative Mobile and Web-based Help for Persons living with Schizophrenia

    Houston, TX While the number of Americans living with Schizophrenia outnumbers the combined populations of North Dakota and Wyoming, social stigma and a severe lack of resources make managing the disorder a daily struggle. Since January of 2008, the Schizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance of America has passionately promoted hope and recovery for those with brain conditions, and its new App is about to revolutionize management of mental health disorders for good.

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