As a semi was turning around onto North Dakota Highway 1804 to go west, an eastbound pickup truck hit the side of the semitrailer, the Highway Patrol said.
The state Department of Employment and Economic Development would have to hire more than 400 workers by 2026 to administer the program.
At about 1 p.m. Friday, March 24, Mountrail County asked the Williston Fire Department for help in responding to the fire.
Belly-flops, cannonballs, really cold water — Saturday's polar plunge had it all.
How the diversion project saved money by buying grain elevators and a rail spur in Horace it doesn't need
Now city officials in Horace are asking: What can we do with abandoned grain elevators, icons of the town's agrarian roots?
"I think it's absolutely essential to have this project to improve the connectivity," Commissioner Mandy George said.
Legal wrangling started in the early 2000s, when bankruptcy proceedings for Fargo-based RSI began.
On Saturday afternoon, a Canada Border Services Agency spokesperson said officials had just begun to process asylum seekers apprehended under the new protocol and had sent one back to the U.S.
Putin told state television that Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko had long raised the issue of stationing tactical nuclear weapons in his country, which borders NATO member Poland.
FARGO — The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association hosted a rodeo at the Fargodome on Friday night, March 24. The action resumes at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Todd Terrell, who heads a volunteer rescuers group called United Cajun Navy, told ABC News that Rolling Fork was "pretty much devastated" and many people remained trapped in their homes.
Real Good Bath and Body closes in West Acres, GNDC releases list of Top Women to Know and Watch, and more
Also included in this week's Business Buzz, The Village has announced plans to consolidate its Fargo locations.
5 things to know today: Fisk departure, MSUM president, Spectator conduct, Computer class, Humanities Medal
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