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Local News14 hours ago

How Gov. Burgum stands in his potential bid

Fargo, North Dakota – A lawmaker from North Dakota is more likely to enter the presidential campaign. In less than...

Local News14 hours ago

Farm Rescue Receives $50,000 from Hess

Minot, North Dakota – As the spring planting season continues, Farm Rescue has been active in assisting families in need...

Local News15 hours ago

Fargo Human Rights Commission looking for applicants following vacancy notice

Fargo, North Dakota – The Human Rights Commission of the City of Fargo is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy...

Local News15 hours ago

The Fargo Library will celebrate Planting Day on June 1st

Fargo, North Dakota – A local horticultural organization and the Fargo Public Library invite the public to assist in the...

North Dakota15 hours ago

Teenager seriously injured in Stutsman County collision

Stutsman County, North Dakota – A 18-year-old is charged with failure to yield following a collision involving two vehicles in...

Local News3 days ago

According to a recent research, North Dakota is the most tolerant state for renters

Fargo, North Dakota – Recent growth in the Fargo-Moorhead region has been phenomenal, and a new study reveals that it...

Local News3 days ago

Concordia College hosts Mental Health Rally

Fargo, North Dakota – A rally for mental health was held today on the campus of Concordia College by Creative...

North Dakota3 days ago

Through 1,000 Trees for Minot, locals learn correct planting methods

Minot, North Dakota – Together with NDSU Extension, 1,000 Trees for Minot is able to grow more robust and healthy...

Local News3 days ago

The North Dakota DOT plans to spend $600 million on 200 projects

Fargo, North Dakota – The North Dakota Department of Transportation wants to encourage the public to work with the organization...

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Attorney General Wrigley of North Dakota attributes a significant rise in violent crimes in 2022 to drug trafficking and early release

Fargo, North Dakota – State Attorney General Drew Wrigley is pointing to factors he says contributed to a sharp rise...