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The spill occurred due to a hole in the oil tank, according to department records. The Killdeer-based company is still working to clean up about 1,700 gallons of oil that were not immediately recovered.
North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley believes harsher sentences will discourage violent crime, so he's putting together a package of new laws targeting violent crimes in which a gun was illegally used.
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A family's story on how churches and the United States government affected generations of Native Americans through nearly 150 years of the boarding school system.
The internship program "provides college students with a firsthand opportunity to track legislation and assist with research, administrative work, communications and constituent services," according to a news release.

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Bill Panos, the director of North Dakota Department of Transportation, cited family obligations in California as the reason he is resigning.
Former Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem's entire email account was deleted at the direction of a longtime staffer on Jan. 31, three days after his death. Horse-betting business owner Susan Bala said her legal hold on Stenehjem's records should have prevented the elimination of any documents pertaining to her case.
Mund, a former Miss America titleholder and recent Harvard Law School graduate, spoke to Forum News Service about her views on today's most pressing political issues as she hopes to make the ballot as an independent for U.S. House of Representatives
No charges are expected against the driver of the Hummer that struck the 36-year-old Montana man.
The Bismarck native graduated from Harvard Law School in May. She called her law school graduation a "launching pad for what I hope to accomplish next."
A group of Oil Patch landowners argued a 2019 law illegally stripped away their property rights by allowing oil companies to avoid paying them for the use of underground rock cavities on their property.

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Thirty-two-year-old Tyler Price, driving a Bombardier ATV, was eastbound on a gravel road when he crossed the railroad tracks at a marked crossing and was struck by the train.
Attorneys representing parties in two lawsuits said the litigation over the new districts won't change North Dakota's political boundaries before the November general election.
A family obituary says Maynard Helgaas, the father of First Lady Kathryn Burgum, was born in northwest Minnesota in 1934 and lived much of his life in Jamestown, N.D. Helgaas attended North Dakota State University and operated several successful agribusinesses.

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