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Will new Minn Energy Law survive ND suit threat?

Will new Minn Energy Law survive ND suit threat?

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Democratic Gov Tim Walz has signed a bill requiring Minnesota utilities to get 100% of their electricity from carbon-free sources by 2040. He told reporters Tuesday that he’s confident it will stand up against a threatened...

 

President approves disaster declaration for North Dakota

President approves disaster declaration for North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D. (FEB. 6, 2023) – President Joe Biden has approved Gov. Doug Burgum’s request for a presidential major disaster declaration for a severe winter storm in November that brought record-breaking snowfall to central North Dakota...

 

Average gasoline prices in North Dakota have fallen

Average gasoline prices in North Dakota have fallen

Average gasoline prices in North Dakota have fallen 0.6 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.31/g today, according to GasBuddy’s survey of 493 stations in North Dakota. Prices in North Dakota are 25.0 cents per gallon higher...

 

Nine Recruits Graduate from NDHP LETA

Nine Recruits Graduate from NDHP LETA

Nine troopers graduated from the North Dakota Law Enforcement Training Academy on Friday, Feb. 3, 2023, following successful completion of a comprehensive law enforcement training program. The newly sworn North Dakota Highway Patrol troopers...

 

2 ND Police Officers cleared in shooting

2 ND Police Officers cleared in shooting

WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) — Two North Dakota police officers who wounded a suspect in an exchange of gunfire have been cleared of any wrongdoing. The Bismarck Tribune reports that the decision allows Williston officers Tyler Iwen and Jordan Patton...

 

Gov Urges National Park Service to Keep Wild Horses

Gov Urges National Park Service to Keep Wild Horses

Bismarck, ND (FEB. 2, 2023) – In a phone call today, Gov. Doug Burgum urged National Park Service (NPS) Director Charles Sams to allow wild horses to remain at Theodore Roosevelt National Park (TRNP), stressing their importance to the state’s...

 

Air Force opposes Chinese-owned corn plant in ND

Air Force opposes Chinese-owned corn plant in ND

The U.S. Air Force has told North Dakota leaders that it believes a Chinese company’s plans to build a wet corn milling plant near its Grand Forks base poses a “significant threat to national security,” prompting city officials to say...

 

Unclaimed Property Day is back in North Dakota

Unclaimed Property Day is back in North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D. (JAN. 31, 2023) – Nearly 33 million people in the United States – 1 in every 10 – has what the industry calls unclaimed property: financial accounts or items of value in which the owner has not initiated any activity for...

 

Bill Would Require Fetal Growth Film in ND Schools

Bill Would Require Fetal Growth Film in ND Schools

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A bill approved by the North Dakota House would require school districts to show a film on fetal development as part of their life science curriculum. The bill passed Monday by a 60-34 vote and now moves to the Senate....

 

Landowners Testify for/against A Carbon Capture Company

Landowners Testify for/against A Carbon Capture Company

North Dakota landowners testified for and against a carbon capture company’s use of eminent domain. Some landowners said carbon companies should not be able to forcibly buy people’s land. Other landowners said carbon companies should...

 
 
 
 

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