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Tribune editorial: State needs to tap into the spirit of 2011

The Tribune story on Saturday recounting the 2011 floods reminds us how Mother Nature can quickly turn our lives topsy-turvy. For Bismarck, Minot and many other communities in central and western North Dakota, it was a lost summer. The flooding created a strange dichotomy in Bismarck-Mandan, Minot and other communities.

bismarcktribune.com ,  34min 0
Tribune editorial: State needs to tap into the spirit of 2011

Greer Glanzer's newly released

MEADVILLE, Pa., June 23, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- "Alex the Fish Boy": a unique object lesson in manners and values. "Alex the Fish Boy" is the creation of published author Greer Glanzer, a loving wife and mother who grew up in North Dakota before moving to South Dakota.

benzinga.com ,  2h 0
Greer Glanzer's newly released

Labor shortage could last longer than this year, recruiters, business leaders say

FARGO — If you take a look around businesses in Fargo, Moorhead, Grand Forks, Bismarck and across the nation, signs advertising jobs and bonus incentives are everywhere. But, despite the influx of openings, business leaders said there are few resumes floating around. "It's a numbers game," said Mason Rademacher, the vice president of workforce and talent for the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce.

inforum.com ,  3h 0
Labor shortage could last longer than this year, recruiters, business leaders say

Finding unclaimed property becoming more accessible to North Dakotans

Property owed to North Dakotans is now becoming more convenient to access. The Board of University and School Lands, which funds public education off interest from property, is now allowing businesses and corporations alike to file electronically. “We’ve had unclaimed property in the state of North Dakota since 1975 so we’ve always housed it here at the Department of Trust Lands.

kxnet.com ,  3h 0
Finding unclaimed property becoming more accessible to North Dakotans

Fargo Native is Making Her Way to the Miss America Pageant

"It felt like the stars aligned. I believe it was God's plan and finally, the time was right," FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — A Fargo native is representing North Dakota this year at the Miss America pageant. “It felt like the stars aligned.

kvrr.com ,  3h 0
Fargo Native is Making Her Way to the Miss America Pageant

Local doctors encourage North Dakota, Minnesota to get ahead of the delta variant before it's too late

FARGO — It is spreading quickly. More than 10% of U.S. COVID-19 cases are the more contagious delta variant, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "I'm presuming that it's already here, whether we have detected it or not is immaterial," Sanford Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Avish Nagpal said.

inforum.com ,  5h 0
Local doctors encourage North Dakota, Minnesota to get ahead of the delta variant before it's too late

COVID-19 vaccination rates down among ND teens

Coronavirus Information Center North Dakota is seeing a much lower rate when it comes to teens receiving the COVID-19 vaccine compared to other groups. Since health providers first began vaccinating 12- to 15-year-olds, only 16.1 percent have received their first dose. Department of Health’s Immunization Director says there could be a few reasons why.

kxnet.com ,  7h 0
COVID-19 vaccination rates down among ND teens

Judge dismisses tribe's case against DAPL, closing the books for now

BISMARCK — A federal judge closed the books on a five-year legal battle over operations of the Dakota Access Pipeline Tuesday, June 22, after both the court and President Joe Biden's administration declined to shut down the pipeline during an environmental review. In a brief order, U.S. District Judge James Boasberg dismissed all outstanding counts in the case and said the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers would not have to file status reports to the court on the progress of their environmental review.

fccnn.com ,  7h 12
Judge dismisses tribe's case against DAPL, closing the books for now

Officials identify woman found dead in Minot car fire

MINOT, N.D. — The North Dakota Forensic Examiner's Office has identified the body of a 33-year-old woman who was found in a vehicle fire in southeast Minot this month. Firefighters discovered the body of Domonique Kelley, of Minot, after crews extinguished the flames engulfing a vehicle June 3.

inforum.com ,  8h 1
Officials identify woman found dead in Minot car fire

Photo: U19 Boys Strike Again!

You Might Like MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The longest game in the major leagues this year left the Minnesota Twins feeling emotionally spent. Their... read more

austindailyherald.com ,  8h 0
Photo: U19 Boys Strike Again!

Minnesota Regulators Fine Company For Line 3 Pipeline Death

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The employer of a man who was run over by a large forklift while working on a northern Minnesota oil pipeline project has been cited by state regulators and fined $25,000. Jorge Villafuerte III was checking a list of materials at the Enbridge Energy Line 3 site near Hill City while standing behind an industrial forklift when it backed over him.

hosted.ap.org ,  8h 0
Minnesota Regulators Fine Company For Line 3 Pipeline Death

Clay Jenkinson: "The Language of Cottonwoods" ~ Tourism Director Sarah Otte Coleman

Tuesday, June 22, 2021 - Humanities scholar Clay Jenkinson joins us to discuss his just-released new book, “The Language of Cottonwoods: Essays on the Future of North Dakota.” It's a serious, audacious exploration of the state and its people. ~~~ Eliza Blue shares another Postcard from the Prairie.

news.prairiepublic.org ,  9h 0
Clay Jenkinson:

CHARTS: Minnesotans is the nation's fifth least worried state when you're talking safety

Most Minnesotans feel pretty safe going about their daily lives. That's according newly released safewise.com survey data. Minnesota ties with Idaho for fifth in the nation as the least worried state, the latest Safest Cities report says. Ahead of them are 1. Vermont, 2.

cannonfallsbeacon.com ,  9h 0
CHARTS: Minnesotans is the nation's fifth least worried state when you're talking safety

It's so nice to have people looking out for you

Do you have friends and relatives who take time to make your days better? It’s amazing what people have done for my husband and me recently. Our good days began when a friend’s son phoned us. Because he had never called us and we hadn’t seen him recently, it was impossible to guess who was calling.

kokomoperspective.com ,  9h 0
It's so nice to have people looking out for you

Burgum among 15 GOP governors urging release of Census redistricting data

Fifteen Republican governors – including North Dakota’s Doug Burgum — have sent a letter to the U.S. Commerce Secretary, urging that the U.S. Census bureau release redistricting data as soon as possible. Today’s (Tue’s) letter to Commerce Secretary Gina M. Raimondo says the governors recognize difficulties associated with completing the decennial Census during the coronavirus pandemic, which has postponed release of redistricting data until mid-August.

knoxradio.com ,  9h 0
Burgum among 15 GOP governors urging release of Census redistricting data

Minot police identify victim in ‘suspicious’ car fire, ask public for help

Minot police confirmed the remains found in a car fire on June 3 belong to 33-year-old Domonique Kelley, and are now looking for two vehicles associated with this case. Officials are looking for a black 2017 Yukon Denali and a gray 2013 Chrysler 300. Both are reported stolen.

kxnet.com ,  10h 4
Minot police identify victim in ‘suspicious’ car fire, ask public for help