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Embattled Rep. Luke Simons, who has been asked to resign by Republican leadership following reports he threatened and sexually harassed women …
The North Dakota Office of State Tax Commission has released a report showing what remote sellers reported in sales tax during 2020.
Expanded livestreaming of the Legislature has garnered thousands of views -- a service one watchdog calls a great improvement for the public.
National Future Farmers of America week lasted from Feb. 20 to Feb. 27, and to cap off the week, the Fairview FFA did the only logical thing: Had their superintendent kiss a farm animal.
HELENA – The Montana Wheat and Barley Committee will host a series of research review panels on March 3, 2021 in cooperation with the Montana State University College of Agriculture and Montana Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES).
WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service is reminding those with income from a farming or fishing business can avoid making any estimated tax payments by filing and paying their entire tax due on or before March 1
An NDSU Extension trap survey detected a new insect called the canola flower midge (Contarinia brassicola) in canola fields in northern North Dakota during 2020, says Janet Knodel, North Dakota State University Extension entomologist.
Being such a familiar stage for the Sidney High School wrestling team, not a lot can be different.
The Williston Trinity Christian, Trenton and Ray high school boys basketball teams will all play in the Region 8 Boys Basketball Tournament.
After putting up an impressive regular season, the Watford City High School girl’s basketball team is starting off strong in the Western Dakota Association tournament.
The Williston State College volleyball team bounced back with a good performance against Lake Region State College on Monday, March 1 and Tuesday, March 2 winning both games.
Here’s a look at your weekend lineup for Tetons athletics for March 5-7.
A statewide citizen science network is looking for volunteers for rain and snow reporting in North Dakota.
Sen. Jon Tester believes there is still a chance for the Keystone Pipeline to get built, despite the Biden administration’s recent decision killing the pipeline’s authorization to cross in to the United States. Tester told the Sidney Herald during his statewide rural call that he is working to influence people around the president, who he believes will be able to sway Biden to change his mind.
The Legislature is considering a measure that would direct the Public Service Commission to weigh the economic impacts of coal-fired plant closures in its regulatory decision-making. Proponents say it can help coal-dependent communities remain viable, while opponents say it has the potential to hurt businesses and ratepayers by bucking regulatory norms.