As authorities suggested residents of a northeastern North Dakota city flee their homes earlier this week in case a rain-swollen dam burst, Daryl Thompson hurriedly prepared meals at his Main Street cafe for the emergency workers who would stay behind.
North Dakota wildlife officials say some lakes in the state suffered winterkill but that the problem of fish die-offs was not extreme, despite the prolonged winter.
Chamber of commerce officials in North Dakota are lobbying in support of federal immigration reform.
Sixteen North Dakota lawyers have applied for three newly created state district court judgeships.
Williams County officials say two oilfield crew camps near Tioga that experienced two homicides and a stabbing need to beef up security or be forced to shut down.
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