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Injured coal worker shares powerful safety message

Immediately after a 2013 accident at a North Dakota coal mine, doctors gave Johnny Renaud a 1 percent chance of survival.

Concerned citizens track bill on high-level radioactive waste

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.


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North Dakota legislative session leaves busy mark on capital city's economy

Just a few blocks from the North Dakota Capitol, Arrowhead Cleaners sees more than a few extra suits during the legislative session. 

DPI seeks $6 million to train teachers in computer science, cybersecurity

North Dakota is looking to make computer science and cybersecurity courses accessible to all students across the state.

Medora residents weigh governor's Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library proposal

MEDORA — Kitty corner from Demores Elementary School in Medora, a life-size statue of President Theodore Roosevelt stares across the road.

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