April 6, 2013 in The Jamestown Sun
Four Republican lawmakers spoke in favor of three laws seeking to curtail abortion in North Dakota at a Legislative Forum Friday at City Hall, while one Democratic lawmaker expressed reservations with some and the other spoke against all three.
March 4, 2013 in DL-Online
FARGO A winter storm is bearing down on the region today, bringing with it as much as a foot of snow in the northern Red River Valley. Continue Reading
February 27, 2013 in DL-Online
LISBON, N.D. A Ransom County judge ruled there is enough probable cause for a murder case to go forward against a Fort Ransom woman accused of battering her toddler son to death last September. Continue Reading
February 25, 2013 in DL-Online
FARGO Bill Kiefer and his bay mule made a conspicuous presence at last summer’s Cow Town Hoe Down celebration in New Salem. Kiefer, a stranger to most in this farming and ranching community of 951 in western North Dakota’s Morton County, gave rides to kids on his mule one afternoon during the annual July festival, which features a parade, street dance, cow chip tossing contest and demolition derby. Continue Reading
February 11, 2013 in DL-Online
FARGO Road crews will work overtime and most students will get the day off today after a blizzard paralyzed much of southeast North Dakota and west-central Minnesota on Sunday, dumping more than a foot of snow on some areas and clogging interstate highways with 4-foot-high drifts.
February 6, 2013 in DL-Online
GRAND FORKS People from around the country are reacting to the discovery last week of 99 dead horses and more than 150 others starving and ailing while in the custody of a western North Dakota landowner. Continue Reading
January 21, 2013 in DL-Online
WATFORD CITY, N.D. – A Duluth, Minn., man who died in an accident at a hydraulic fracturing site Saturday north of Watford City was a family man and Air Force veteran who was proud of the work he was doing in North Dakota, his family said Sunday. Continue Reading
January 16, 2013 in DL-Online
Tioga Rep. Bob Skarphol is tired of seeing the same out-of-state license plates on vehicles driven by new western North Dakota workers. The Republican has introduced a bill that would require people with out-of-state license plates to pay speeding fines of their home state.