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24 May 2013 In soggy North Dakota, hopes rise that floodwaters won't
Threats of flooding began to abate Thursday, as emergency steps to protect towns along the Tongue River in northeastern North Dakota appeared to take effect. The Midwest has had its challenges with spring floods this year.
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24 May 2013 Casselton, ND Bad accident off I-94 near Casselton, truck went into a creek
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV)-- Bad accident off I-94 near Casselton. A truck went into the creek.
24 May 2013 Casselton, ND Semi Crashes into Ravine Along I-94
Just before noon, the North Dakota State Patrol responded to a semi that crashed through the guardrails on Interstate-94 and rolled in a ravine. Valley News Live photojournalist Nick Carlson is on scene
24 May 2013 Casselton, ND VIDEO: Driver removed from semi after accident on I-94 near Casselton
CASSELTON, N.D. - A semi careened into Swan Creek near Casselton today after blowing a tire on Interstate 94, sending its driver to the hospital.
24 May 2013 Winterkill in North Dakota lakes not extreme
BISMARCK - North Dakota wildlife officials say some lakes in the state suffered winterkill but that the problem of fish die-offs was not extreme, despite the prolonged winter.
24 May 2013 Dodge, ND Evacuated residents of ND city returning home
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Residents of a northeastern North Dakota city who evacuated their homes when rain-fed floods threatened to overwhelm a nearby dam began returning home Friday, bringing with them a huge sense of relief.
24 May 2013 Dodge, ND Evacuated residents of flood-threatened northeastern North Dakota city returning home
BISMARCK, N.D. - Residents of a northeastern North Dakota city who evacuated their homes Tuesday because flooding threatened a nearby dam are going home.
24 May 2013 Ross, ND Chattaroy man still needs buyer for mustang to pay for brain surgery
CHATTAROY, Wash. --KREM 2 News found new information on a Chattaroy man who was willing to trade his mustang for a doctor's help. A doctor found a cyst in Ross Anderson’s brain a few years ago, but wasn't able to start tests or treatment because Anderson didn't have health insurance. Since then companies have denied him for having a pre-existing condition. Anderson went so far as to put his car ...
24 May 2013 Dodge, ND Evacuated Cavalier residents returning home
BISMARCK - As authorities suggested residents of a northeastern North Dakota city flee their homes earlier this week in case a rain-swollen dam burst, Daryl Thompson hurriedly prepared meals at his Main Street cafe for the emergency workers who would stay behind.
23 May 2013 Center, ND West Fargo leads F-M in school growth
Officials forecast enrollment to increase 27 percent by the start of the 2017-18 school year WEST FARGO - Schools held their last day of classes here Thursday, kicking off summer break for nearly 8,000 students.
23 May 2013 Fargo, ND 16 ND lawyers vie for 3 judgeships
BISMARCK - Applications from 16 North Dakota lawyers have been filed with a committee tasked to provide Gov. Jack Dalrymple with a list of vetted candidates by the end of June for three newly created district court judgeships.
23 May 2013 Dickinson, ND North Dakota chamber, companies call for immigration reform
BISMARCK - Don Morton, a senior director with Microsoft Corp. in Fargo, said Thursday that the country's immigration laws are archaic and need to be reformed to meet the workforce demands of the state's growing and high-tech industries.
23 May 2013 Fargo, ND Sobriety checks set in Fargo, Barnes County
FARGO - Both the Fargo Police Department and the North Dakota Highway Patrol are planning sobriety checkpoints.
23 May 2013 Wahpeton, ND Fargo North, Teschendorf secure East Region first-round win
FARGO - Max Teschendorf hit a go-ahead RBI double in the sixth inning to propel Fargo North to a 4-2 victory against Grand Forks Red River during the North Dakota East Region baseball tournament's first round on Thursday.
23 May 2013 Enderlin, ND Central Cass secures Class B state baseball berth
ENDERLIN, N.D. - Central Cass head coach Dustin Maasjo says it's the little things that win ball games. But on Thursday, he found out that big at-bats can do wonders.
23 May 2013 Wahpeton, ND Employers call for immigration reform
North Dakota chamber officials and employers called Thursday for immigration reform that addresses a growing need for science and technology workers in the state.
23 May 2013 Minot, ND Study shows rapid growth for Minot
Researchers who estimate Minot's 2012 population at nearly 49,000 also project growth of 9 to 23 percent over the next few years, depending on the forecast model.
23 May 2013 Grand Forks Central High School students grieve for classmate killed in accident
GRAND FORKS - Dozens of Grand Forks Central High School students linked arms and shed tears Thursday as they slowly approached a memorial at the scene of an accident that killed their 16-year-old classmate McCain Endres a day earlier.
23 May 2013 Evacuated residents of North Dakota city to return Friday
The threat of a possible dam failure on a river near a northeastern North Dakota city eased Thursday, and officials said most of the 1,300 evacuated residents would be allowed to return to their homes within 24 hours.
23 May 2013 Minot, ND Minot Demographics | Video
We all know that North Dakota and the city of Minot is growing. But now, we have the data to prove it. The Minot Chamber of Commerce teamed up with the Prepared for Task Force 21 to conduct a population study for Minot and Ward County.
23 May 2013 Richardton, ND Springfield Market | Video
Some of North Dakota`s small towns are getting bigger because of the oil boom and it`s bringing some conveniences with it. Grocery shopping isn`t always easy when you live out in the country. But with the opening of Springfield Market, Richardton residents are reaping the benefits.
23 May 2013 Cavalier, ND Preparing for Increased Mosquito Numbers
If the lakes are not on your mind heading into summer, the mosquitoes probably are.
23 May 2013 Mountain lion study on track in North Dakota
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — At least 16 mountain lions have been captured and collared in the Badlands in a three-year study of what is likely North Dakota's apex predator.
23 May 2013 North Dakota chamber backs immigration reform effort
Members of the Greater North Dakota Chamber announced support of federal immigration reform efforts Thursday.
23 May 2013 Ross, ND Barbara Oliver, iconic Bay Area theatre figure
Barbara Oliver, the founding Artistic Director of Berkeley’s Aurora Theatre and an instrumental figure in Bay Area theatre for more than 40 years, passed away peacefully from complications of a stroke on Monday at her Berkeley home. Her family was with her, as they have been throughout the duration of her recent illness. She was 85. A veteran actress and director, Oliver co-founded Aurora ...
23 May 2013 Center, ND Beef Talk: May calving brings May flowers
Change is good. Three things have happened at the Dickinson Research Extension Center besides a good rain. The work environment is more relaxed, cows and calves are doing well and costs seem to be going down.
23 May 2013 Local Group Works to Reduce Teen Pregnancy
The Centers for Disease Control reports teen birth rates are down in all but two states. Every state, except West Virginia and North Dakota, showed significant drops in the past five years.
23 May 2013 Fargo, ND Diederich new leader of ND higher education board
Kirsten Diederich of Fargo is the new president of the North Dakota Board of Higher Education.
23 May 2013 North Dakota higher ed board lowers tuition caps
FARGO - Limits on tuition hikes at public universities and colleges in North Dakota will be even lower next year - less than 4 percent at both of the state's two large universities.
23 May 2013 Almost all states seeing big drop in teen birth rates
All states but West Virginia and North Dakota showed significant declines in the past five years, especially among the Hispanic population
23 May 2013 Center, ND Titan Machinery Inc. Announces Preliminary Results for Fiscal First Quarter Ended April 30, 2013
Titan Machinery Inc. , a leading network of full-service agricultural and construction equipment stores, today announced certain preliminary financial results for the
23 May 2013 Forbes, ND Heartland Financial USA, Inc. Names Duane E. White to Board of Directors
Heartland Financial USA, Inc. a $4.9 billion diversified financial services company, announced the election of Duane E. White to the company’s Board of Directors.
23 May 2013 Webster, ND Obit: Harold O. Garske
Harold O. Garske, 90, former businessman and farmer of the Lake Region area, passed away on Monday, May 20, 2013 at the Lutheran Home of the Good Shepherd, New Rockford with his family at his side.
23 May 2013 Cavalier, ND Second Child's Body Recovered After Minn. Park Landslide
Authorities have now recovered the body of a child missing since a rockslide at a St. Paul park Wednesday.
23 May 2013 Cavalier, ND Cavalier residents allowed to return at 7 a.m. Friday
Residents of Cavalier, N.D., will be allowed to return home Friday morning.
23 May 2013 Crary, ND Obit: Ernest S. Nagel
Ernest S. Nagel, 80, died at home surrounded by his loving family on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 in Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
23 May 2013 Evacuated residents of ND city to return Friday
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Most evacuated residents of a flood-threatened North Dakota city will be allowed to return home Friday.
23 May 2013 Teen birth rate hits record low, dramatic decline among Hispanics
The nation's record-low teen birth rate stems from robust declines in nearly every state, but most dramatically in several Mountain States and among Hispanics, according to a new government report. All states but West Virginia and North Dakota showed significant drops over five years. But the Mountain States of...
23 May 2013 Cavalier, ND Evacuated Cavalier residents may be allowed to return home soon
"We are seeing water recede at Renwick Dam. It's dropped a foot since 6 p.m. Wednesday," Pembina County Emergency Manager Andrew Kirking said this morning.
23 May 2013 Dodge, ND Subway burglar charged
ESCANABA - A Wisconsin man accused of breaking into Subway restaurants in Escanaba last year was officially charged with five felonies Wednesday. Brook Evan Grzelak, 51, of Green Bay, was extradited from Dodge Correctional Facility in Waupun, Wi.
23 May 2013 Williston, ND Williston to get third state district court judge
WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) - One of two new judgeships in North Dakota's Northwest Judicial District will be based in Williston, the state Supreme Court has decided.
23 May 2013 Bismarck, ND Threat of Renwick Dam failure may be easing
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The threat of a possible dam failure on a river near a northeastern North Dakota city appears to be easing, and officials were considering Thursday when 1,300 evacuated residents would be able to return to their homes.
23 May 2013 Bismarck, ND Levi named new ND state transportation director
A longtime Department of Transportation engineer who rose through the agency's ranks over the past 30 years is most qualified to lead the state in dealing with unprecedented demands on North Dakota's roads ...
23 May 2013 Richardton, ND Bowman man gets no prison time for negligent homicide
DICKINSON, N.D. (AP) - A Bowman man charged with negligent homicide in a vehicle crash that killed a retired abbot from the Assumption Abbey in Richardton has received a deferred prison sentence.
23 May 2013 Canada-U.S. border closed at Gretna
THE Canada-U.S. border crossing at Gretna has been temporarily closed due to overland flooding from the Pembina River in the United States. The closure affects traffic along Highway 30 in Manitoba and North Dakota's Highway 18. In North Dakota, the Renwick Dam on the Tongue River, a tributary
23 May 2013 American Legislative Exchange Council Releases New Rich States, Poor States Report
WASHINGTON, May 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Utah holds the top spot for states with the best economic outlook in 2013, followed by North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and Virginia, according to a new report released by the American Legislative Exchange Council.(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire. ...
23 May 2013 Cavalier, ND UPDATE: Cavalier, ND, Evacuation Order to be Lifted Friday Morning
Evacuees from Cavalier, North Dakota, will have to spend another night away from their homes. The city council has just voted to lift the evacuation order at 7 a.m. Friday.
23 May 2013 Douglas, ND Folks vet solar-powered devices designed to aerate water at Lake Quannapowitt
To SolarBee, or not to SolarBee, that is the question facing town officials when it comes to improving the water quality of Lake Quannapowitt.
23 May 2013 Cleveland, ND Teen birth rate continues to decline
The teen birth rate in the United States continues to decline.
23 May 2013 Hope, ND Threat of North Dakota dam failure may be easing
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The threat of a dam failure on a river near a northeastern North Dakota city appears to be easing, and officials expect to decide soon on when 1,300 evacuated residents can return to their homes.
23 May 2013 Cavalier, ND Most evacuated residents of flood-threatened ND city will be allowed to return home Friday
BISMARCK, N.D. - Most evacuated residents of a flood-threatened North Dakota city will be allowed to return home Friday. The 1,300 residents were evacuated from Cavalier on Tuesday night while officials shored up a dam six miles west on the Tongue River.
23 May 2013 Hope, ND Risk of dam failure near NE North Dakota city may be easing; unclear when 1,300 can go home
BISMARCK, N.D. - The threat of a dam failure on a river near a northeastern North Dakota city appears to be easing, and officials expect to decide soon on when 1,300 evacuated residents can return to their homes.
23 May 2013 Bismarck, ND Dam failure risk near NE North Dakota city may be easing; city mulls return of 1,300 evacuees
BISMARCK, N.D. - The threat of a possible dam failure on a river near a northeastern North Dakota city appears to be easing, and officials were considering Thursday when 1,300 evacuated residents would be able to return to their homes.
23 May 2013 Hunter, ND ENSERVCO to Present at Upcoming Investor Conferences
ENSERVCO Corporation announced today that it will present at the Sidoti & Company Semi-Annual Microcap Conference on June 7 in New York City and the Global Hunter Securities 100 Energy Conference to be ...
23 May 2013 Beach, ND Young golfer searches for a new course
Dylan Dethier wrote '18 in America' about his year-long, cross-crountry golf trip.
23 May 2013 Alexander, ND Flood, oil effect census
Population growth immediately following a natural disaster isn't typical. So Minot's growth following the 2011 Souris River flood is not only atypical, but local officials suspect the growth rate has been faster than the 1.
23 May 2013 Mandan, ND Memorial Day events scheduled
Memorial Day observances have been set for Monday in Bismarck and Mandan.
23 May 2013 Hunter, ND Friends with benefits are disastrous things
BETWEEN natural disasters and man-made disasters (leaving aside the science and politics that some natural disasters are man-made disasters), one day there might be a channel on cable, YouTube or beamed directly into your brain programmed solely with benefit concerts.
22 May 2013 North Dakota Autism Center breaks ground on West Fargo building today
WEST FARGO - Sandy Smith formed the North Dakota Autism Center from her kitchen table in 2006, not long after her young son, Tyler, was diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.
22 May 2013 Grand Forks, ND Weather, prices hurt sugar industry
GRAND FORKS - A tough year in the sugar beet business became even tougher this week.
22 May 2013 Carrington, ND Carrington senior tests limits of her ACL tear
Carrington, N.D. - Negative thoughts poured through Josey Page's head after tearing her ACL at the end of the basketball regular season. It's not that she's a negative person; she just had so many plans.
22 May 2013 Road feels right for Bison baseball team
FARGO - It took 18 hours from the minute North Dakota State left campus until it arrived at the Summit League baseball tournament. The Bison wouldn't want it any other way.
22 May 2013 Lamoure, ND Kyllo's stellar game lifts Northern Cass to win
ENDERLIN, N.D. - It's been a long time since Northern Cass has played in a region baseball championship. But judging by the Jaguars performance on Wednesday, they'll feel right at home.
22 May 2013 Hope, ND Stars of Hope
A symbol of triumph and perseverance will be making its way to natural disaster victims soon.
22 May 2013 North Dakota: Flooding forces evacuation of 1,300
BISMARCK, N.D. -- A dam that threatened to give way and flood a North Dakota town was holding back the water on Wednesday, though the 1,300 residents of Cavalier were still being told to stay away from their homes.
22 May 2013 Alexander, ND Sports Spotlight on Haleigh Springan | Video
She was a big part of a state champion hockey team and now Haleigh Springan is trying to do the same on the soccer field. She is a forward on the ice rink but on the soccer field, Haleigh Springan is all about defense. "In hockey when you don`t have the puck then you`re on defense.
22 May 2013 Arthur, ND VIDEO: House passes GOP bill to speed Keyston XL pipeline approval
WASHINGTON - House Republicans pushed through a bill Wednesday to bypass the president to speed approval of the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada to Texas. Democrats criticized the legislation as a blatant attempt to allow a foreign company to avoid environmental review. The bill was approved, 241-175, largely along party lines.
22 May 2013 Fargo, ND West Fargo jumper a big favorite at North Dakota State Track meet
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - The North Dakota State track meet is this weekend in Bismarck.
22 May 2013 Fargo, ND North Dakota DOT truck lost after unknown cause of fire
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - The North Dakota DOT is down one truck tonight.
22 May 2013 Webster, ND House Passes Keystone Bill as White House Vows Veto
The U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline, the eighth time congressional Republicans have advanced a measure promoting the project.
22 May 2013 Ross, ND Barbara Oliver, Berkeley theater icon, dead at 85
Founder of Berkeley's Aurora Theatre, Barbara Oliver was an actor, director, Cal instructor and beloved 'Grand Dame of local theater.'
22 May 2013 Beach, ND Gay Parents In The U.S.: Salt Lake City Has Highest Population Of Same-Sex Couples Raising Kids
Metro areas with the highest percentages of same-sex couples who are raising children are located in socially conservative states with constitutional bans on marriage equality in place, officials at the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law point out in a press release.
22 May 2013 North Dakota Amber Alert System Tested
22 May 2013 ND ad agency sues creators of Cartoon Network show
A North Dakota advertising agency is suing the creators of a Cartoon Network show, alleging that they copied a state marketing campaign.
- 3 people injured in car-semi crash
HARVEY, N.D. - Three people were injured Saturday when the car they were in hit a semi at the junction of Highways 52 and 3, the North Dakota Highway Patrol reported.
- HERBERT P. SMITH - Valley News
He taught in Strandquist, Minnesota, Cavalier, North Dakota, and Big Pine, California. A PRINTED CIRCUIT PIONEER, he was employed at Packard Bell, Lockheed Electronics, by Max Palevsky at Scientific Data Systems, XEROX Data Systems, and by Don Redfern of ...
- Public Safety Log (Nov. 27) - Albany Democrat-Herald
Burglary on Cameron — About 4:05 p.m. Friday ... She posted the find on Craigslist and received an email from someone in Montana saying that a missing North Dakota woman had a similar dog. The missing woman was last seen in Montana and spends winters ...
- Vermont Legislators Propose Bill Limiting Surveillance Drone Use
While drones have been used overseas by the U.S. military for years, the technology seems to be on its way towards domestic use. Among others, police departments in Arkansas, Colorado, and North Dakota have all purchased unmanned aerial vehicles – commonly called drones – for surveillance purposes. Lawmakers in Vermont have noticed this trend, and they don’t like what they see. In response ...
- Grieving boy gets dad's shirt back thanks to Delta
Delta Air Lines is getting kudos from a North Dakota family after the carrier helped reunite a first-grader with a precious memento he left behind on a plane.Cole Holzer is only 7 but he’s already been touched by tragedy. His father fell in the family’s garage about a month before Christmas in 2010, hit his head and died in what friends described as a freak accident. Cole’s mom, Tonya Holzer ...
- Women sustain North Dakota's oil boom
Amanda Kieson gets calls at 2:30 a.m. to collect urine samples from workers involved in accidents in western North Dakota's oil industry. She says she opened her testing service two years ago to get a part of the economic bonanza engulfing the region.