Park River man charged with 486 counts of possession of Child Pornography faces more than 2,000 years in prison; ND Department of health considering permit for transportation and processing of radioactive oil waste; ND Game and Fish allocates five bighorn sheep licenses for 2017 hunting season.
City of Park River signs new contract with Walsh County for policing of the city; Preliminary autopsy report released in Greywind murder case; Deadline is Thursday to apply for hay lottery.
Two suspects in disappearance and death of Fargo woman sentenced in court Monday; Drought stricken farmers have until Thursday to enter hay lottery; A new initiative to help college student's degree completion rate.
The City of Park River looks to renegotiate its contract for policing with Walsh County Sheriff's Dept.; First West Nile Death recorded. Pioneer Machinery Association's 42nd annual Steam Threshing Show Sunday in Park River.
The Great Plains Food Bank will be distributing food in Grafton Friday, Aug. 25 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Governor Burgum welcomes seven new members to the State Water Commission; North Dakota's Fall Turkey Hunting Season is set.
Most area schools open today, use caution and obey traffic laws in and around school zones; Transfer energy partners suing environmental groups over DAPL protest actions; ND Ag Department getting response about Dicamba survey.
The Red River Regional Council is seeking nominations for awards to be presented during its third annual Ideas to Actions Summit; Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring sets goals for 2017 Hunger Free ND Garden project; Moisture helps some crops in North Dakota.
The hay lottery organized by the North Dakota Department of Ag and NDSU is in need of Trucking donations; Bird strike causes commercial plane to return to Grand Forks airport after takeoff; Pheasant harvest numbers from NDGFD down last year.
Governor Burgum declares severe summer storm disaster for three western North Dakota counties; Farm groups believe NAFTA needs to be re-negotiated; Concern for "young farmers" facing drought conditions in Western ND.