Without fanfare, North Dakota’s senators announced last week that yet another installment of funding for the Fargo-Moorhead diversion has been released to the Corps of Engineers.
I live in a retirement community and wish it was gated. It has nothing to do with being “North Dakota nice.”
The legal system in North Dakota is an abusive man’s dream and a mother’s nightmare.
You did not read about it in The Forum, but on March 5, Sens. John Hoeven, R-N.D., and Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., voted against the confirmation of Debo Adegbile to lead the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division.
I am a feminist, and I think abortion should be legal for every woman. Let me explain what a feminist is, because to most people, it is synonymous with a crazy woman.
Fargo commissioners and planners would do well to heed the caution of Commissioner Mike Williams, who is concerned by what appears to be too much emphasis on parking lots near the proposed new City Hall.
Broadband and connectivity have become increasingly important in recent years. Consumers want the best, fastest and most reliable service.
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., understands the important role coal plays in the U.S. energy sector and our regional economy.
The U.S. House Ways and Means committee issued a release showing the number of people who lost emergency unemployment benefits has grown to 2 million, including 2,377 North Dakotans, this week.
I read The Forum’s March 10 editorial, giving a prairie rose to Fargo parks Director Roger Gress and Fargo City Commissioner Brad Wimmer “for more visionary thinking with their idea to build a public skating rink in downtown Fargo.”
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Predictably, Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is crowing about the “dramatic improvement” and “great news” of the $1.2 billion budget surplus his state is now running (Forum article Feb. 28).
By the end of this year, the U.S. will have fewer than 10,000 troops left in Afghanistan. The U.S. won’t technically be at war with any country. So why does President Barack Obama want to increase the amount of money our country allocates to war funding?
Like many North Dakotans, we too would like to know who knew what and when about the extent and importance of the Killdeer Mountain Battlefield as this information relates to Basin Electric’s proposed Antelope Valley-to- Neset transmission line.