Mike Nowatzki / Forum News Service
BISMARCK – The chairman of the North Dakota Republican Party said Wednesday he expects the state’s unbound delegates to the GOP national convention will coalesce around presumptive nominee Donald Trump...
BISMARCK – State agencies that were forced to slash 4 percent from their budgets in February must find another 6 percent to cut for next biennium, Gov. Jack Dalrymple said...
BISMARCK – Gov. Jack Dalrymple on Thursday directed the head of the state's Department of Trust Lands to make dozens of changes recommended in recent critical audits, whether the agency agrees with them or not.
BISMARCK – North Dakota's prolific Bakken shale formation is a good candidate for injecting carbon dioxide to boost oil recovery, but major economic and technological hurdles remain and large-scale implementation is probably a decade away, a consultant told lawmakers studying possible incentives to encourage the practice.
BISMARCK – Frustrations boiled over Tuesday as lawmakers scrutinizing North Dakota's angel fund tax incentive ran into information roadblocks and struggled to see how the state's economy is benefiting from the lucrative income tax credits enjoyed by angel fund investors.
BISMARCK – A teacher running for North Dakota superintendent of public instruction said Monday his conviction for embezzlement more than 30 years ago was a "technical insurance issue" and is "ancient history," after supporters of his opponent linked to the case on social media.
BISMARCK – It's a decision that will likely cost North Dakota taxpayers something extra, but Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem attributes it more to the need for outside expertise than a lack of lawyers in his office.
BISMARCK – North Dakota’s lowered expectations for tax revenues proved to be not low enough for the third month in a row in March, leaving the state more than $20 million short of its revised forecast and boosting the likelihood of additional budget cuts or further drawing down reserves.
BISMARCK – Unflattering audits of North Dakota’s Department of Trust Lands sparked heated words Thursday from state Land Commissioner Lance Gaebe, the lead auditor and a member of the legislative...
BISMARCK – Despite the state's economic downturn, the Bank of North Dakota performed stronger than expected during the first quarter and is on track to break records against this year after posting record profits in 2015, President and CEO Eric Hardmeyer said Wednesday.