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- City says rumors of outbreaks within departments is false
- Lack of snow could mean more than just a dreary Christmas
- Greater North Dakota Chamber hosting virtual CEO roundtable on coming legislative session
- Social Security Administration offers update regarding online video hearings
- Dakota the dinosaur changed paleontologists' understanding
- Produced water spill in McKenzie County
A Montana man with ties to Sidney has made it into the sing-offs for The Voice of Germany, battling it out in a duet with his competitor in a performance that drew tears and a standing ovation from the judges.
When the 2019 floods hit the Fairview-Cartwright area, nine homes were destroyed, and many others damaged significantly, but the numbers were not great enough to qualify for direct assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
JoAnn Callahan with RE/MAX Bakken Realty was selected by a vote of the members of the Western Area Builders Association as Associate of The Year.
A Sidney, Montana rancher has been chosen to serve as president of the Montana Stockgrowers Association for 2021.
On Saturday, U.S. Sen. John Hoeven addressed the Independent Beef Association of North Dakota’s (I-BAND) annual meeting, where he outlined his efforts as chairman of the Senate Agriculture Appropriations Committee and a members of the Senate Agriculture Committee to help ranchers overcome th…
Montana oilseed growers will soon receive a ballot in the mail proposing a 1% checkoff for canola, flaxseed, mustard, safflower, soybeans, and sunflower crops. If passed, the Montana Oilseed Advisory Committee will advise the Montana Department of Agriculture (MDA) on how to invest the funds for research, market development, and education.
The North Dakota High School Activities Association has updated its guidelines and recommendations for high school sports in an effort to reflect the additional precautions that Gov. Doug Burgum cited in an updated executive order from Nov. 18.
Williston State College announced the signing of three international students to the women’s basketball team for the 2021-22 season.
The University of North Dakota women’s basketball team fell to Marquette 90-82 during the season opener on Sunday, Nov. 29 at the Betty Engelstad Sioux Center.
At the most recent Montana High School Association, on Nov. 23, the executive board for the association approved actions that moved some football teams into new playing levels.
The North Dakota High School Coaches Association released the list of All-State players for Class B volleyball, and the list is dominated by seniors.
Oil revenues have taken a big whammy from the COVID-19 pandemic, and that’s likely to have a large impact on programs next year, according to Richland County Commissioners.