NDDOT adds dozens more self-serve kiosks

BISMARCK, N.D. – The North Dakota Department of Transportation has added dozens of self-serve kiosks around the state to help residents avoid what can sometimes be a long wait at the motor vehicle stations. The DOT has completed adding 44 kiosks, a project which began earlier this year. Residents can now use 52 kiosks to renew a license, request a…

41k Fewer People Buying Fishing Licenses in Minnesota This Year

It's down and a half three percent

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – The Land of 10,000 Lakes is selling fewer fishing licenses this summer. KVRR’s Danielle Church found it’s the second fewest sold in the past 20 years. Clay Schultze has enjoyed fishing for as long as he can remember, turning nature into his playground. “I personally like coming out and not just fishing but just anything. Just…

North Dakota Seeing Increase in Deer Hunting Licenses

He says the prospects for hunting are decent all around this year

  NORTH DAKOTA — North Dakota has issued 54,500 deer gun licenses in anticipation for the 2017 deer season. The state has seen an uptick in licenses since 2015 after sliding in 2007. Jeb Williams is the wildlife division chief for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. He says the prospects for hunting are decent all around this year….

Nebraska Supreme Court Upholds Decision on Not Renewing Liquor Licenses of Whiteclay

The court is upholding the state regulators decision to not renew the liquor licenses of those stores

  PINE RIDGE, SD — The Nebraska Supreme Court has rejected the request to resume beer sales in Whiteclay, a small village near the Pine Ridge Reservation. Alcohol is banned on the reservation, but at least four liquor stores in Whiteclay, which has nine residents, allowed for a hangout where people tended to drink and allegedly get out of hand….

Doe Licenses Remain Available in North Dakota

Online applications can be made starting Tuesday

  NORTH DAKOTA — More than 2,800 doe licenses remain after North Dakota’s deer gun license lottery. The state Game and Fish Department says in-state applicants who were unsuccessful in the first lottery can apply for remaining licenses. Online applications can be made starting Tuesday. Paper applications for remaining licenses will be mailed to hunters next week. The deadline for…