A total of nine candidates have filed for various seats for Grafton's City Election scheduled for Tuesday, June 12; Insurance Commissioner's office conducting examination of Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota; Hacking threat rises in state.
North Dakota's taxable sales for 2017 show increase over previous year; State Board of Higher Education names new president at Mayville State University; Department of Human Services to implement new requirements for day care providers.
Vice President Mike Pence speaks to large crowd in Fargo Tuesday; North Dakota State Auditor to review Governor Burgum's travel spending; "Community Challenge" seeks to improve quality of life in ND communities.
Unity Medical Center prepares for its 31st annual Friends of the Foundation banquet; Sugar Beet piles survive winter in good shape, American Crystal Growers looking forward to planting season; 2017 deer gun season summarized.
Accident involving Semi-Truck and SUV on I-29 Sunday claims lives of two Fargo Children; Grafton Far-Off Broadway to present drama tonight and Tuesday at Grafton High School's Performing Arts Center; Walsh County Students compete in State Spelling Bee in Bismarck.
Flu cases in North Dakota on the decline, number of influenza cases peaked in January; ND Supreme Court upholds damages cap in 2015 fatal bus crash near Larimore; Blood pressure protocol important for staying healthy.
ND Legislature takes Governor Burgum to Supreme Court over line-item vetoes; "Farm Stress" Cause for concern among Ag producers; Former Congressman Pomeroy gives advice to Democrats for November Election.
New VA outpatient clinic opens doors in Grafton today; ND Health Department accepting applications from potential manufacturers of medical marijuana; Democrats nominate candidates for upcoming fall election.