Grafton School Board sets 2018 election; Spring flood outlook update calls for no significant threat for Devils Lake and Red River Basics; Oil production down slightly from November to December.
Grafton and surrounding area residents will soon have a new fall activity to look forward to thanks to Grafton Parks and Recreation; It may take longer to get your state tax return this year according to the Office of the State Tax Commissioner; North Dakota is looking for public input on services for the elderly.
Grafton City Council reviews Architects' plan for Armory renovation; USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service to send out planting intentions survey; More from Main Street summit that concluded Tuesday.
A third Republican candidate joins race for U.S. Senate seat held by Heidi Heitkamp. Main Street ND Summit wraps up in Bismarck today; Spring Turkey Hunters: deadline to apply for 2018 season is Wednesday, Feb. 14.
Children's advocates launch campaign to protect kids from addictive technology (ie: video games); PSC releases 2017 data from the Railroad Safety Program; Mayville State search for new President continues.
It's giving hearts day today. Several non-profits holding fundraisers; Minot Legislator injure in two-vehicle crash near Larimore; Governor Burgum to reimburse Xcel Energy for Super Bowl Suite Tickets.
Drug bust yields $1.1 million in marijuana near Mandan; Secretary of States office working on major technology upgrade; PSC looks to extend state rail inspection program.
2018 Walsh-Pembina County Math Counts competition winners announced; Fargo Woman sentenced to life in prison without parole for murder of Savannah Greywind; North Dakotans "Go Red" for Women during American Heart Month.