An open house for retiring Northeast District Judge M. Richard Geiger will be held this afternoon from 2-4 p.m. at the Walsh County Courthouse; Governor Burgum to appoint one of two candidates to replace Geiger; Fargo woman pleads not guilty to murder and conspiracy charges in Savannah Greywind case.
Fewer pregnant women in North Dakota, pregnancy smoking rate in state down 13.8 percent; Motorists warned to watch for deer on roadways this time of year; Governor Burgum praises efforts to get natural gas to small ND communities.
An amended felony complaint filed in Walsh County District Court Tuesday charges Cavalier man with Criminal Vehicular Homicide in a crash that led to the death of a Langdon man; Grafton City Council to hold special meeting tonight to discuss future plans for Grafton Armory and Library; Suicide prevention program to be held tonight at 7 p.m. at Grafton Performing Arts Center.
Grafton Performing Arts Center to present "Close to Home: Suicide Prevention" Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m., the public is welcome; Certified Organic farm operations on the rise in North Dakota; NDUS promoting "open educational resources" in the classroom.
Governor Burgum joins 14 other Governors signing a letter support repeal and replacement of Affordable Care Act; Drivers license offices to be temporarily closed next week; ND Youth Pheasant season set.
North Dakota observes child passenger safety week through Sept. 23; Governor Doug Burgum install Judge John J. Jensen to North Dakota Supreme Court; NDGF fall survey indicates declining wetland conditions for fall duck hunting season.
First Care Health Center fundraiser a great success; Taxable sales and purchases for the second quarter of 2017 show a notable increase; State Board of Higher Education Committee approves NDSU's tuition plan for fall of 2018.
17-year old who died on NDSU campus over weekend identified; Interim legislative committee is looking at juvenile justice system in North Dakota; Much need moisture received in state last week according to NASS.
A 17-year old Student found dead on NDSU campus in Fargo; Good news for unemployment rate in North Dakota; State to sell 66 million bushels of hard red spring wheat to Taiwan.