A group of more than 20 volunteers examined approximately 1,000 people for proper eye sight during a two-day stop on the Fort Berthold Reservation Sept. 17.
When you talk to Canadians about the tar sands of northern Alberta, many of them will tell you that quite a lot of what you hear is exaggeration. But, there are some legitimate concerns that have plenty of the locals worried about the Canadian environment and their neighbors in North Dakota.
Heavy traffic and an abmormal number of traffic fatalities has prompted the North Dakota Highway Patrol to commit to stepping up its patrols in northwestern North Dakota that includes N.D. Highways 23 and 8 and U.S. Highway 85.
Recognizing a slight potential for health risks and a somewhat greater environmental risk, the Environmental Protection Agency is willing to issue the Three Affiliated Tribes a water discharge permit for a proposed refinery on the east edge of the Fort Berthold Reservation near Makoti.
Turning 75 miles of N.D. Highway 23 into a four-lane freeway isn’t something that can be done overnight, according to an official with the North Dakota Department of Transportation.
When Jim Quirk starting writing things down on an easel, people began to notice that Parshall has a lot of room for growth and expansion in the 21st century.
Mountrail, Ward and McLean County residents lashed out at the U.S. government through Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., Thursday complaining about a wide variety of topics that included health care, grain prices and government spending.