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Vote! New Music Video From This Artist With Ties To ND & MN

Taste of Country Music ran the headline this week "Will Sam Hunt Head Up The Week's Top Country Videos?" Why do we care? Because we love our Country Music and we love supporting our own. New music, "Came Here To Drink", has been released by country artist and songwriter, Keith Burns (formerly of Trick Pony), that could rock to the top of this week's Taste of Country Music Video charts. Here is WHY you need to vote!
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Researchers complete study on agricultural economic contributions to North Dakota

NDSU researchers recently completed an inaugural study on the economic contributions of agriculture to the state of North Dakota. Results show a contribution of nearly $31 billion to the economy and more than 110,000 jobs. The NDSU Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics and the NDSU Center for Social Research...

Light snow in northwest South Dakota overnight

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA) - Plenty of clouds are expected to pass through the area tonight. Snow will fall for parts of Montana, North Dakota and far northwest South Dakota. Along a line from Ekalaka to Buffalo down to Faith and areas north. It looks like a dusting up to 2″ will be likely. Some spots could approach 3″ where heavier bands develop. Lows will be in the teens and single digits.

The states with the biggest influx of new renters

Renters are on the move across the country, many of them headed for new cities. While some markets are seeing a far higher share of new renters entering than leaving, others are experiencing the opposite trend, according to a Rent. analysis of its listing service user data for Q3 2022.

Air travel in North Dakota poised for strong holiday season

Passenger numbers at North Dakota's eight commercial service airports in October indicate a strong holiday season is in store, according to the state Aeronautics Commission. The airports in Bismarck, Fargo, Grand Forks, Minot, Devils Lake, Jamestown, Dickinson and Williston had a total of 94,620 passengers in October, 9% more than in October 2021.
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Burgum presents 2023-25 executive budget

With revenues climbing North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum outlined a budget plan to a joint session of the legislature today that calls for cutting individual incomes taxes for residents to the tune of $500 million dollars over two years. Burgum says oil tax revenues are running 60% ahead of forecast...

Burgum talks cutting income taxes, workforce, other priorities in budget address

(Bismarck, ND) -- The proposed budget over the next few fiscal years in North Dakota is coming to light. Governor Doug Burgum Wednesday delivered his 2023-25 Executive Budget Address to the 68th Legislative Assembly, presenting a strategic budget that includes nearly $170 million to address the state’s workforce shortage, increased support for K-12 education and teacher salaries, and over $3 billion for roads, bridges, water projects and other critical infrastructure – all while cutting individual income taxes to save taxpayers an estimated $500 million over two years.

McLain “Mac” Schneider Confirmed As U.S. Attorney for North Dakota

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Former state Senate Democratic minority leader McLain “Mac” Schneider has been confirmed to serve as U.S. Attorney for North Dakota. Schneider was nominated by President Biden back in September and was just confirmed by unanimous consent in the Senate. He has a private...

Basketball: WDA Regular Season Underway

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U.S. Attorney for North Dakota confirmed

(Fargo, ND) -- The U.S. Senate is moving forward with the appointment of the U.S. Attorney for the District of North Dakota. Former North Dakota Senate Minority leader McLain "Mac" Schneider's appointment to the post was confirmed Wednesday. “We welcome Mac Schneider to his new role as U.S. Attorney and...

ND man sentenced to 60 years for sexual abuse of children

KARLSRUH, N.D. (Valley News Live) - A North Dakota man will spend six decades behind bars after being convicted of sexually abusing children. Dwayne Gerard, Sr., 63, of Karlsruh, ND, was sentenced to serve 60 years in federal prison followed by lifetime supervised release for eight counts of sexual exploitation of minors.