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“Operation Intern” Offers Matching Funds To North Dakota Employers

Employers can receive up to $4,000 in matching funds by taking on high school and college interns

BISMARCK, ND — If you have a business in North Dakota and need some help this summer you might want to check into “Operation Intern” from the state Department of Commerce. Employers can receive up to $4,000 in matching funds by taking on high school and college interns. The program’s primary focus is employers in energy, advanced manufacturing, value-added agriculture, tourism…

Governor Doug Burgum Praises Work Of 66th Legislative Assembly

The North Dakota Legislature Adjourned The Session Friday Night On Day 76

BISMARCK, ND — Governor Doug Burgum says North Dakota is making strategic investments in its future, funding priorities and delivering citizens a conservative balanced budget without raising taxes. His comments come after the 66th Legislative Assembly adjourned its regular session Friday night. The legislature used 76 of their 80 allowed days. The budget includes about $4.8 billion in state general fund…

Man Taken For Evaluation After Incident At North Dakota Heritage Center

A Heritage Center security staff member also received minor injuries

BISMARCK, ND — A man could face charges after driving his pickup up to the North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck and assaulting the security staff. Security was able to contain the 52-year-old man until troopers with the North Dakota Highway Patrol arrived to detain him. The man was taken to the hospital for an evaluation. A Heritage Center security staff…

Record Setting Walleye Caught In North Dakota

Reeled In From Shore Along Heaert River in Mandan

MANDAN, ND — A Lincoln, North Dakota man has caught a record-breaking fish. Tom Volk’s 16 pound, 9 ounce walleye caught Sunday broke a record that was set nearly a year ago. He beat the record held by Neal Leier of Bismarck by three fourths of a pound. That record was set last May on the Missouri River and had…

Memorial Service Held For Four Mandan Murder Victims

44-year-old Chad Isaak, a Washburn chiropractor, is charged with the murders

1/1 Show Caption Hide Caption BISMARCK, ND — A joint memorial service was held at Bismarck Community Church for the four people killed at RJR Maintenance and Management in Mandan last Monday. Business co-owner Robert Fakler and three employees, William and Lois Cobb and Adam Fuehrer, were found shot and stabbed. The Rev. Jared Lee called the killings an “unfair and…

Travel Advisory: Many Rural Roads Remain Impassable

The Cass County Sheriff's Office is still advising no travel this (Friday) morning in area's southwest, west, and northwest of Fargo.

FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) – The storm has moved out but travel conditions are still a problem, especially in rural area’s. The Cass County Sheriff’s Office is still advising no travel this (Friday) morning in area’s southwest, west, and northwest of Fargo. Corporal Keenan Zundel says many rural road highways remain impassable and are, in his words “terrible”. Deputies continued to…

Forecast Revenue Projects Another $1 Billion In North Dakota Tax Collections

The forecast presented to the Legislature's Budget Section predicted higher oil prices and production

BISMARCK, ND — A newly updated revenue forecast shows North Dakota’s treasury expects to collect about $1 billion more in state tax collections for the next two-year budget cycle than what lawmakers had adopted just two months ago. The forecast presented to the Legislature’s Budget Section predicted higher oil prices and production than what was set by lawmakers in January as…

Semi Trying To Pass NDDOT Snow Plow Hits It In Snow Fog On Interstate 94

The driver of the semi was not hurt but he was cited for striking a snow plow

ECKELSON, ND — Another snow plow has been hit while in action in North Dakota. A DOT plow was clearing snow on I-94 near Eckelson this morning, that’s between Jamestown and Valley City. A semi attempting to pass the plow hit it in the snow fog. The driver of the semi, 63-year-old Duwayne Gerving of Bismarck, was not hurt but…

HIGHLIGHTS: N.D. Girls State Hockey Quarterfinals

Fargo North-South, West Fargo, Bismarck and Davies all advance

FARGO, N.D. — The higher seeds in the North Dakota girls state hockey tournament managed to avoid upsets in the quarterfinals. The top four seeds all move on after Thursday’s action. Top-seeded Fargo North-South shut out 8-seed Devils Lake 5-0. Bismarck also earned a shutout victory while only scoring one goal against Minot. Davies (3) and West Fargo (2) also…