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Immediately after a 2013 accident at a North Dakota coal mine, doctors gave Johnny Renaud a 1 percent chance of survival.
As a bill dealing with high-level radioactive waste works its way through the North Dakota Legislature this session, a group of concerned citizens is urging the public to pay attention.
A typical day for Megan Arthaud starts at 6 a.m.
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Just a few blocks from the North Dakota Capitol, Arrowhead Cleaners sees more than a few extra suits during the legislative session.
North Dakota is looking to make computer science and cybersecurity courses accessible to all students across the state.
MEDORA — Kitty corner from Demores Elementary School in Medora, a life-size statue of President Theodore Roosevelt stares across the road.