GRAND FORKS, N.D. - A group of six people including university officials, a student and lawmakers gathered at the University of North Dakota’s Gorecki Alumni Center Thursday evening to voice their opinion on what they want from a North Dakota University System chancellor.
BELFIELD, N.D. - Byron Richard’s pickup bounces up and down over the washboard gravel road. He clutches the wheel with one hand and points with the other as he passes dozens of oil wells on land where once crops grew and cattle grazed. A few of the wells are decades old; most are new or under construction. Oil field vehicles of assorted shapes and sizes clog the road in places and kick up thick clouds of dust.
DICKINSON, N.D. - Vicky Steiner, executive director of the North Dakota Association of Oil and Gas Producing Counties, predicts that a “watershed legislative session” is coming for western North Dakota.
BISMARCK -- Tyler Axness and Todd Reisenauer, Democratic candidates for the North Dakota Public Service Commission, say too many state agencies investigate oil and gas pipeline spills, causing a “bureaucratic disaster.”
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The Higher Education Funding Committee, which is composed of North Dakota legislators, decided to look into how much it would cost to freeze college tuition at a meeting Wednesday in Grand Forks.
ST. PAUL – Gov. Mark Dayton dropped a legislative bombshell Monday when he announced that he is willing to give up $846 million in public works projects around Minnesota if legislators insist on overturning a state requirement for fire sprinklers in larger new homes.
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