Governor Burgum has directed all government agencies to fly the U.S. and North Dakota flags at half -staff on Friday in honor of the Reverend Billy Graham; NWS says there is potential for wintery weather across North Dakota this weekend; North Dakota ranks fourth overall for the second year in a row in U.S. News and World Report's best states rankings.
Grafton School Board election will be held at Walsh County Courthouse on Tuesday, June 12th - three candidates have declared for Grafton City elections so far; Feb. 26 through March 2 is National Invasive Species Awareness Week; Deadline to remove permanent fish houses on North Dakota Waters is March 15.
Deadline to apply for 2018 NRCS Crop Stewardship program is Friday, March 2; County level estimates for 2017 row crops are now available; Son of Congressman Kevin Cramer in Critical Condition in Bismarck Hospital.
Another Republican throws hat in ring for GOP nomination in US House race; North Dakota exports up 2 percent for last year; Mayville State presidential search narrows to five candidates.
Grafton man takes plea bargain in case involving GSI charges involving a minor; Fargo Catholic Diocese Priest cleared of wrong-doing; Dakota Prairie Wildlife Club to hold fishing derby at Fordville Dam this weekend.
New ND program offers St. Loan forgiveness for school districts to recruit and retain teachers; Car - snowplow accident injures three people on I-29; Number of farmers increases in state.
Congressman Kevin Cramer announces run for U.S. Senate seat held by Heidi Heitkamp, Grafton State Senator Tom Campbell says he will run for House instead of senate; Walsh County Spelling Bee held in Grafton.
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.