The injury crash is the second in two days on U.S. Highway 2 in Minnesota and North Dakota involving a vehicle and tractor on the roadway.
The 42-year-old motorcyclist and his 43-year-old passenger are from Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada. Both were wearing helmets.
After three bills related to foreign governments purchasing land were introduced during the session, two have since been signed by Gov. Doug Burgum and are set to become law later this year.
The Clay County Withdrawal Management and Detox Facility will be built in north Moorhead.
North Dakota's own residents once saw it as ‘dying.’ How did it become one of the fastest-growing states?
North Dakota was suffering an economic decline and mass exodus of young people in the 1980s. The turnaround started when the state rallied behind an effort called Vision 2000. Then came the oil boom.
The mill started operating along the Otter Tail River in 1889 but was abandoned in the 1930s because it couldn’t compete with larger city mills.
The accident happened in the pool area. One child was taken to the hospital to be checked out. The rest felt better after getting fresh air.
Four-way flashers were working on the implement and a slow-moving vehicle emblem was also affixed to the back, according to the Highway Patrol.
Oak Grove Lutheran School, Sheyenne High School and West Fargo High School all held graduation ceremonies on Sunday, May 28.
McCarthy said earlier Sunday that he expects a majority of Republicans to vote for the emerging bill.
The Minnesota Legislature OK'd $6.5 million to transfer Upper Sioux Agency State Park land to the Upper Sioux Community, but no timeline is set for the transfer. The park is still open to the public.
Fargo Police say the man crashed into a row of parked cars on the street.
Red River Regional Dispatch Center received a call just after 3:30 a.m. for an injury accident at the 500 Block of Roberts Street in Fargo.