With temperatures in the 40's Thursday, more than few people may have caught a touch of spring fever. But it might take a while for those businesses who depend on winter activities to warm up sales.
Northwestern Minnesota is the only place in the state that has elk herds. Keeping tabs on their numbers and their health is one job of the DNR.
A winning season has the UND Women's basketball team hosting the University's First Big Sky conference tournament in Grand Forks. The conference decides who hosts the championship tournament by who has had the best season.
North Dakota lawmakers are pushing for safer ways to transport oil by rail. Senator Heidi Heitkamp and Senator John Hoveven attended a hearing in Washington to strengthen safety standards.
The city of East Grand Forks is asking all its residents and businesses who use a city water line to call them. The Water and Light Department is concerned with the possibility of frozen water service lines.
It's been one of the coldest winters in 40 years. That has made getting outside a tough thing to do.
By the end of the decade, manufacturers will stop making a popular refrigerant because of damage it may do the ozone layer. This could be very expensive for hockey rinks that would have switch to a different system to make ice. The price would vary widely depending on the age of the facility.
On the North Dakota side of the river, there is also plenty of hockey talk with the State High School Hockey tournament in full swing. Boys and Girls teams are playing at the Ralph Engelstad Arena In Grand Forks Friday.
Fans packed Izzy's Lounge in Warroad to cheer on team USA and their hometown hero, Gigi Marvin.
Wednesday was the first of three public hearings for a proposed pipeline that would move North Dakota oil to Minnesota and Wisconsin. North Dakota's Public Service Commission held the first hearing at UND in Grand Forks Wednesday.
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