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USDA Providing $3.1 Million for N.D. Specialty Crops

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North Dakota will be receiving $3.1 million from the Department of Agriculture for specialty crops. More>>

Bullock Announces Oil Aid Video included

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Montana Governor, Steve Bullock, stopped by Culbertson to announce a $45 million aid package for Eastern Montana communities impacted by oil development in the Bakken area. More>>

Family Focus: Child Development Video included

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How do you know your child's development is on track. More>>

Minot Continues City Manager Search

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The search for the new Minot city manager continues. More>>

Jury Finds Steen Guilty

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A man has been found guilty in connection to a murder in Williston in 2013. More>>

Chateau Construction Begins

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In December, an apartment complex under construction in Minot went up in flames, destroying everything. But, the Chateau is finally coming back to life in Southwest Minot. More>>

Minot Man Wins Travel Award Video included

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The winner of the Governor's Award for Travel and Tourism was announced Wednesday in Fargo. More>>

Young Professionals Learn More About Oil Boom

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Bridging the gap between the young and old generations in the energy sector was the focus of the Young Professionals this afternoon. More>>

Visit Minot Holds Annual Meeting Video included

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Visit Minot held their annual meeting on Thursday to review what they've done to attract people in the past, and what they need to do to prepare for the future. More>>

Economic Growth Provides Tax Relief Video included

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The Federal Bureau of Economic Analysis' report on 2013 shows North Dakota's rate of personal growth is three times the national average. More>>

County Reminds Voters To Update Addresses

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The Burleigh County auditor reminds residents of the requirements before voting this election. More>>

Loan Forgiveness Available For STEM Students Video included

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The North Dakota University System is helping STEM graduates pay off their debt. More>>

FEMA Repealing Flood Insurance Rate Hikes

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FEMA is repealing certain rate hikes as part of the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014. More>>

Monsignor Shea's Good Friday Sermon will be Available Online

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Monsignor James Shea's Good Friday sermon will be available online.
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Energy Leaders Discuss Carbon Rules Video included

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Energy leaders from N and S Daktoa will be meeting in Bismarck tomorrow to disucss the EPA CO2 rules. More>>

Judge Overturns Six-Week Abortion Ban

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One of the most talked about issues to come out of the last legislative session has been silenced. More>>

Minot Transit Calls For Bus Drivers Video included

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The Minot transit service is looking for bus drivers.
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Tech Talk: Cell Site Tour Video included

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AT&T is using a dual-layered 4G approach. While the old 4G network handles calls, the new 4G LTE network is delivering faster data capabilities. More>>

Coins For Classes Video included

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Powers Lake students are taking fundraising matters into their own hands.
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Hoffner Leaves Minot For Mankato

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Todd Hoffner is headed back to Minnesota State.
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Construction Begins On Airport Project Video included

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Work on the $40.3 million construction project at Minot International Airport is officially underway, thanks to Mother Nature.
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Bringing Home The Bacon Video included

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The PED virus will be impacting consumers because if pig herds are reduced, shortages will happen. And those shortages will drive bacon and ham prices higher at the supermarket. More>>

Middle School Students Share Business Ideas and Inventions Video included

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Williston College hosted the 14th Annual Marketplace for Kids. More>>

Fatal Accident On Highway 83

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A woman is dead after her car collided with a pickup on Highway 83. More>>

AT&T Grants Help Educational Programs Video included

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AT&T provided $23,000 in grants to educational programs that will benefit people across the state. More>>

Public Service Commission Encourages Calling Before Digging Video included

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April is Call Before You Dig month, which encourages contractors and homeowners to call 811 two days before starting any project that involves digging. More>>

Livestock Indemnity Sign-Up Now Available

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Farmers and ranchers who suffered livestock losses may soon have relief. More>>

Tribal Conference Focuses On Environmental Issues Video included

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Tribal representatives from across the state are in Bismarck to discuss environmental concerns. More>>

Virus Concerns Horse Owners Video included

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Reports of an outbreak OF the EHV1 virus in Minnesota and North Dakota have owners worried their horses could be next. More>>

Truck Driver Faces Charges For Illegal Dumping

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A Mountrail County truck driver faces criminal charges in connection with illegally dumping oil drilling waste. More>>

Judge Sentences Man For Drug Conspiracy Charges

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A Moorhead man will serve 16-years in prison for serving as co-leader in a drug ring. More>>

Turtle Mountain Judges Face Formal Charges Video included

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The Turtle Mountain Judicial Board says two judges and a clerk of court face formal charges that could result in impeachment. More>>

Bismarck Man Receives 14-Years For Murder

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A Bismarck man will serve 14-years after being convicted for multiple charges including manslaughter. More>>

Perkins On The Voice Tonight Video included

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Scranton's Kat Perkins will be back on the hit NBC show "The VOICE!" tonight. More>>

Cobb Confirms Friendship With Kansas City Shooter

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White separatist Craig Cobb confirmed he is friends with the man who went on the shooting rampage in Kansas City on Sunday. More>>

Auditor Reports No Issues Surrounding Water Video included

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On Thursday night, Tioga city officials were alerted of chemicals, including anti-freeze, may have been used in the Tioga townhomes complex in an attempt to thaw their water pipes. More>>

Main Street Minute: Francesca's Collections Video included

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On this week's Main Street Minute we will have an inside look at Francesca's Collections.
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Police Charge Surrey Woman With Multiple Offenses

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A Minot officer was nearly hit by a car early this morning. More>>

Change of Command at the ND National Guard Video included

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A change in leadership took place today for the North Dakota National Guard Army Component Command. More>>

Cowboy Single Action Shooting Competition Video included

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Hot shells were flying at the Trestle Valley Gun Range during a weekend of shooting competitions.
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Bike 2 Believe Group Raises Money for Cancer Clinic Video included

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A group of three guys has decided to make a journey from North Dakota...all the way to St. Petersburg, Florida. And believe it or not, they're doing it all on bikes.  Now, this road trip isn't just for More>>

Oil Spill Near Medora Video included

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Crews in western North Dakota are working to clean up yet another pipeline leak about 10 miles south of Medora.
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Nodak Speedway Racers Visit Minot Video included

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It wasn't your typical trip to the mall in Minot Saturday afternoon. Race cars lined the hallways at Dakota Square Mall.
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Center Hosts Special Needs Conference Video included

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There are many challenges in raising a special needs child, and a conference in Minot is addressing some of those issues this weekend.


 
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Veteran Affairs Hosts Women's Health Fair Video included

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To help make those women aware of the benefits available to them, the North Dakota Department of Veteran Affairs teamed up with some local Ward County agencies for their 3rd annual Women Veterans Health Fair. More>>

Boston Marathon Doctor Speaks On Mass Casualty Video included

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Doctor Wanda Swiger will be talking about the bombing and giving tips on how to prepare plans for mass casualties at events. More>>

Officials Respond To Chemical Exposure

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The health department responded to an apartment complex in Tioga yesterday, after they heard the building's water supply could have been exposed to chemicals, including antifreeze. More>>

Oil Production Up Slightly, But Misses Million Barrel Mark Video included

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February's oil production numbers are in, and up 16,000 barrels per day from January. But the industry says there will be greater increases in production as we head in to the summer months. More>>

National Guard Celebrates Ghana Partnership Video included

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It's time to celebrate, North Dakota's National Guard celebrated 10-years of collaboration with Ghana through the National Guard Bureau's State Partnership Program. More>>

Roughrider Winner Passes

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She won a Tony Award for the most outstanding performance by an actress for her role in the play, "Children of a Lesser God." More>>

Beware Of Eviction Scams Video included

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The latest trick up scammers' sleeves is something called an eviction scam. More>>

Vets Recommend Research Before Owning Pitbulls Video included

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Lots of questions surround the Minot city ordinance regarding pit bull dogs. More>>

Don't Buy It Until We Try It: Bulls Eye Pee Pads Video included

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In this week's "Don't Buy It, Until We Try It," I tried out the Bulls Eye Pee Pads. More>>

Taylor Questions Industrial Commission Video included

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Agriculture Commissioner candidate Ryan Taylor held a press conference this morning to  announce that he's asking Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem a pertinent question.
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Family Focus: When To Start Dating Video included

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There are some guidelines parents can follow to help ease them through this transitional phase teen go through when dating. More>>

University Hosts Miles For Smiles Video included

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Minot State University will host its third annual Miles for Smiles walkathon, May 3 on campus. More>>

Public Transportation Looks To Better Serve Passengers Video included

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Minot City Transit along with Souris Basin Transportation held a public meeting Thursday afternoon to better serve disabled and paratransit passengers. More>>

Crisis Center Opens New Safe House Video included

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The Domestic Violence Crisis Center staff unveiled a new 10 bedroom safe house and emergency shelter. More>>

Senators Push For Keystone Pipeline Video included

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Eleven Senate Democrats, including North Dakota's Heidi Heitkamp, are urging President Obama to approve the Keystone XL pipeline by the end of May. More>>

Commission Delays Killdeer Line Decision Video included

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The Public Service Commission has delayed a decision on Basin Electric's Killdeer transmission line. More>>

Rail System Tax Affects Ethanol Prices Video included

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The price of Ethanol has been fluctuating over the past few months, and producers say traffic on the railroads is to blame. More>>

Program Helps Seniors Get A Balanced Meal Video included

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A local program by Emeritus at Brentmoor in Minot is helping senior citizens get a well balanced meal. More>>

Tech Talk: Microsoft Drops Windows XP Video included

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Microsoft ended support for Windows XP. More>>

Accident Near Montana Kills Teen

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A teenager is dead after a car accident last night 14 miles east of Sidney, Mont. More>>

Police Cite Pitbull Owner

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Two people were bite by a pitbull last night in the 2200 block of 23rd Ave. SW. More>>

Spider Infestation Causes Car Recalls Video included

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The yellow sac spider is spinning webs in the vent lines of Mazda 6 sedans. More>>

IRS Seeks Volunteers

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If you've got ideas on how to improve our nation's tax system the IRS wants you. More>>

Senate Commerce Committee Passes EDR Legislation Video included

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The U.S. Senate commerce committee has passed legislation addressing driver privacy rights and ownership rights of a vehicle's event data recorder. More>>

What's Next For Minot School District Video included

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Thousands of Minot residents took to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots for the revised $39.5 million bond proposal. So, what's next for the district? More>>

On The Farm: Cattle Numbers Rising Video included

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All across the country cattle numbers are down, but in North Dakota they are on the rise. More>>

Highway Patrols Urges Drivers To Move Over Video included

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The North Dakota Highway Patrol reminds drivers to follow the Move Over Law. More>>

Health Department Moves Forward With Noonan Cleanup Video included

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It's going to take $12,000 and two days of work to cleanup illegally dumped oil socks found in a gas station in Noonan. More>>

University System Helps Students Financially With SARA Video included

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There has been an increase in online classes to help with finances for both the school and students, NDUS has joined SARA, State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement. More>>

Tank Overflows In Alexander

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An increase in well pressure caused a tank to overflow south west of Alexander. More>>

DUI Arrest Leads Police To Stolen Car

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Police found a stolen car after a man was charged with a DUI in Minot. More>>

College Offers New Scholarship Video included

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This fall, the Williston State College Foundation is offering a new scholarship to regional students. It is called the Teton Promise. More>>

State Celebrates History With Blue Book Video included

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One of the most popular books in North Dakota celebrates its 30th anniversary. More>>

Kenmare Residents Vote On New School Bond Video included

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Residents in Kenmare are getting a second chance Tuesday to approve a multi-million dollar school bond proposal. More>>

Lewis & Clark District Bond Passes

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Voters in the Lewis & Clark district passed their bond measure. More>>

Minot Public School Bond Passes

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Minot Public School Bond Vote Passes with 66.96 % of vote. More>>

Kenmare School Bond Fails to Pass

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A $7.5 million-dollar bond proposal in the Kenmare school district failed to pass tonight. More>>

Traffic Stop Leads To Multiple Arrests

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A traffic stop leads to multiple arrests after police pulled a car over in the Jefferson Trailer Park in Minot yesterday. More>>

Lewis and Clark School District Votes On Bond Measure Video included

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On Tuesday, residents were casting ballots for a $15 million measure to renovate and add onto Plaza and Berthold Schools. More>>

Neighborhood VS. City Of Minot Video included

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The residents of the Brooklyn Addition neighborhood in Minot are upset with zoning changes made by the city council. More>>

Dakota Zoo Celebrates National Zoo Day Video included

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It's not a major holiday, but today animal lovers around the U.S. are visiting their local zoos. More>>

Truck Reliever Route Will Soon Ease Traffic Video included

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Governor Dalrymple, state and local officials gathered today at the starting point of what will soon be the Williston Truck Reliever Route. More>>

Start Indoor Gardening Today Video included

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It's easy to feel spring in the air. While it is still a bit early to start planting outside, there are ways to make use of your green thumb and prepare for the spring gardening season. More>>

Judge Sentences Man For Child Porn Possession

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A Fargo man is facing nine-years in prison after a Fargo judge sentenced him in federal court yesterday. More>>

Minot Police Increase Parking Fines

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The Minot PD announced that they have increased the fines for parking violations. More>>

Police Charge Man For Trespassing

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A man was arrested for criminal trespassing on three Minot properties this morning. More>>

Pentagon Preserves Missile Silos

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The Pentagon has decided to preserve all of the nation's missile silos in the military's new strategic force structure under the new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) with Russia. More>>

Filter Sock Found Near Manning Video included

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Last weekend a filter sock was found outside of Manning, found in a road ditch, and while the sock wasn't radioactive officials say the socks can still be dangerous. More>>

Minot Votes on School Bond Video included

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Tuesday is a big day for Minot Public School District, as they have one more chance to pass a revised school bond vote. More>>

Composer Helps Jazz Students Prepare For Concert Video included

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The Williston High School jazz choir and jazz band are putting on a concert Tuesday night. More>>

Perkins Makes Another Voice Appearance Video included

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Scranton's Kat Perkins will be back on "The VOICE!" tonight. More>>

Main Street Minute: Lulu Lane Video included

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A new baby and maternity boutique is opening their doors this week. More>>

Man Pleads Guilty To Bank Robbery Charge

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A man involved in a small town bank robbery back in October pleaded guilty in federal court today. More>>

Accident Victims Return Home

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One of the McLaughlin students injured in a car accident on March 24 returned to school today.
Two other students have also returned home.
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Republican Convention Draws Young Voters Video included

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While the Democratic party is often associated with young voters, there were plenty of youthful faces at this weekend's Republican Convention. More>>

Commissioner Reminds Tax Payers Of Refund Tracking

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Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger reminds individuals who have filed their North Dakota income tax return and are expecting a state refund that they can track their refund online. More>>

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