STAFF BLOG THE DULLUM FILE Terry's Book Club Selection
It's been awhile, boys and girls, since our lastTerry's Book Club selection. Not because there aren'tenough good books out there to read as Oprah once hinted, but rather because of extremeslothfulness... Posted on 6/9/13 at 6:53 AM
STAFF BLOG WDAZ STORMTRACKER WEATHER Snow Matters
The winter of 2011-2012 was the warmest on record in Fargo Moorhead. It was nearly 10 degrees above the current 30 year average.
There is no doubt that the overall pattern last winter was a mild one.... Posted on 11/19/12 at 10:45 AM
BISMARCK –- North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple vowed Wednesday to use “every tool available,” including potential legal action, to fight the federal government’s proposed tightening of emission standards for power plants and petroleum refineries.
BISMARCK –- U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer has more than $500,000 in his campaign coffers to try to fend off a challenge from Democratic state Sen. George B. Sinner in November, according to disclosure reports.
BISMARCK -- The North Dakota State Historical Society is slated to get an update on its purchase of Lawrence Welk's boyhood home. The body is meeting Friday in Bismarck. The group voted 6-5 in January to buy the Strasburg homestead from Welk's nieces. But a final sale price was not negotiated.
BISARCK –- The North Dakota Public Service Commission approved the design of a natural gas rate increase for Montana-Dakota Utilities on Wednesday in a 2-1 vote that had PSC Chairman Brian Kalk siding with the AARP in opposing how the increase was structured.
BISMARCK –- State utility regulators on Wednesday delayed action on a controversial plan to run about 200 miles of high-voltage power lines across part of western North Dakota – including the study area of an 1864 battle between American Indians and Army soldiers.
BISMARCK -– State agencies could use up to 55,500 square feet of additional space in the Bismarck area, with the judicial branch accounting for nearly half of that, according to a survey presented to a legislative committee Wednesday.
BISMARCK –- Oilfield waste treatment facilities like the one approved in Dunn County by the North Dakota Industrial Commission on Monday could face greater scrutiny in the future as county officials consider revising their zoning ordinance to address such projects.
BISMARCK -– North Dakota State University got the green light Thursday to absorb the Sanford College of Nursing in Bismarck in a deal both sides said will benefit students and help address the ongoing shortage of nurses, particularly in western North Dakota.
BISMARCK -– After lengthy discussion, the State Board of Higher Education approved tuition increase limits at the state’s 11 colleges and universities based on how much college presidents indicated they would need to raise tuition for the 2014-15 school year.
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