BEULAH

Three men accused of financial crimes while employed at North Dakota banks

FARGO (KVRR) – A federal grand jury has indicted three Beulah, N.D. men for engaging in financial crimes while employed at North Dakota banks in Beulah and Glen Ullin. Acting U.S. Attorney Nick Chase says 34 year-old Brady Daniel Torgerson is charged with bank fraud, misapplication of bank funds, making false entries in bank records, and aggravated identity theft. Sixty-year-old…

Emergency Executive Order Grants Waiver of Hours For Fertilizer Haulers

North Dakota farmers are facing a shortage due to the delayed and shortened spring planting season

BISMARCK, N.D. — Gov. Doug Burgum has signed an emergency order loosening driving restrictions for truckers who haul fertilizer. North Dakota farmers are facing a shortage due to the delayed and shortened spring planting season across the region. Commercial truck drivers are having to move more fertilizer in a shorter time frame. The wait for fertilizer at the Dakota Gasification…

Governor Doug Burgum Surprises Students By Returning To School

"Shadow a Student Challenge"

BEULAH, N.D. — Governor Doug Burgum is back in the classroom as a student. The Republican surprised students at Beulah High School as part of the “Shadow a Student Challenge”. He showed up unannounced Wednesday morning and spent the day shadowing Phoebe Garman, a junior from Beulah. He attended her classes and interacted with her friends and teachers. Burgum says…