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The Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve program has been providing bosslift rides to various military bases and training sites.
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.
If convicted, Mario Butler could face up to a year in jail for the Ward County charges. Cass County prosecutors are deciding whether he should face charges for the Tower City crash that left one dead and three seriously injured.

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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.
In just three weeks, videos of Jason Doll's dirty work have been watched tens of millions of times.
The North Dakota Association for Career and Technical Education announced the winners for the 2022 state awards in six different categories.
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.
Erik Schmidt shared with WDAY News the story of how his wife and newborn son tragically passed within days of each other.
FARGO — The North Dakota Broadcasters Association has awarded WDAY Meteorologist John Wheeler its Pioneer Award.

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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.
On Tuesday, investigators conducted an excavation in the 1000 block of First Ave. N. after receiving information that the body of Nikle may have been buried near the foundation of the residence when it was constructed.
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In this episode of Dakota Spotlight, retired Bismarck Police Detective Bill Connor speaks frankly about the details of the case, still sharp in his memory, and his encounters with those connected to Michelle "Shelly" Julson as he re-investigated the case from 2005 to 2010.

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