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Past articles by Jacob:

Changes to federal nursing home visitation rules come before holidays

Long-term care is getting relaxed visitation guidelines just before the holiday season. → Read More

Burgum signs $350 income tax credit bill

When lawmakers agreed to a special session a few weeks ago, they said they and governor’s office were in agreement over much of what was to be accomplished. → Read More

ND Senate approves amended ‘Vaccine Mandate’ Bill; goes back to House

The North Dakota State Senate passed a bill to reform vaccine mandate powers. → Read More

ND Legislature approves ARPA funds; goes to governor

A year-long discussion seemingly is coming to a close. → Read More

Long term care facilities concerned about COVID-19 cases going up before holidays

The latest Department of Health data shows 69 residents in long term care and 112 staff have COVID-19. → Read More

ND AG: Abortion education law is “not facially unconstitutional”

Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem is telling colleges to follow a controversial law passed last session. → Read More

Anti-Vaccine Mandates and Critical Race Theory bills submitted for special session

All of the 26 bills proposed for the special session next week have been unveiled. → Read More

Breaking: Burgum makes deal with Legislature for special session

Gov. Doug Burgum, R-N.D., will be calling in the state legislature for a special session starting Monday, Nov. 8. The focus will be redrawing state legislative district lines, allocating the billion dollars in American Rescue Plan Act funds, natural gas infrastructure, and other topics. → Read More

‘Unprecedented’ drops in ND school test scores

Leaders in Education said the effects from COVID will be historic, and will studied for years. → Read More

ND Lawmakers to decide on subdivisions Wednesday

After much debate and some reluctance among themselves, North Dakota lawmakers will soon decide on a plan to subdivide one of North Dakota’s legislative districts. → Read More

What redistricting means for election day

When lawmakers finish redrawing the legislative districts, every single district will look different. And that means before the next election, many voters will have to find their new polling places and maybe new candidates. → Read More

Long term care bracing for vaccine mandate

Long term care in North Dakota is in a bind. The industry is losing staff to COVID, and might lose them permanently to a vaccine mandate. → Read More

Hurricane Ida and North Dakota’s oil patch

For those of you who plan on doing some traveling for Labor Day, you can expect increased prices at the pump. → Read More

Possible corn shortage coming to ND

Farmers say it’s too late for any kind of rain to save their crops. It’s time to move forward with whatever is in the fields. → Read More

Bismarck Urban Harvest returns

For many, 2020 was the summer that never happened. → Read More

Ethanol neighbor to Coal Creek preparing for new relationship with plant

For the past few years, North Dakota’s political and energy leaders have tried to save Coal Creek Power Station in Underwood. → Read More

ND trying to create a new GOP named after Trump

A group of North Dakotans are trying to build a new political party named after former President Donald Trump. → Read More

Building careers and roads

North Dakota’s worker shortage is building, and at an inopportune time. Both the state and the federal government are putting billions of dollars into North Dakota’s infrastructure. → Read More

Cities, rural associations meet with ND lawmakers about needed water projects

Cities and rural associations are meeting with lawmakers about needed water projects like dams and water diversion. Some agencies don’t have revenue they to get projects done. → Read More

Plans to open Ethics Commission to new applicants next spring

The State’s young Ethics Commission renewed two of its founding members to another term. → Read More