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Past articles by Max:

COVID-19 spike, uncertain political future dampen ND oil production outlook

You may have noticed falling gas prices at the pump the last few weeks. → Read More

COVID-19 spike, uncertain political future dampen ND oil production outlook

You may have noticed falling gas prices at the pump the last few weeks. → Read More

Bis-Man Transit to require masks on rides

Starting Sunday, you must wear a mask to ride Bis-Man Transit. → Read More

Wishek farmer wins FFA’s American Star Farmer award

A Wishek farmer and NDSU graduate won one of FFA’s highest honors at its virtual convention Wednesday. → Read More

Lefse facemasks sell like hotcakes

One Fargo store has found a way to have a little fun with mask wearing, while celebrating Scandinavian culture. → Read More

More people in ND have voted early this year than voted early in 2016

North Dakota is on pace to smash early voting records. → Read More

Poll watching a bi-partisan practice in ND

President Donald Trump is calling supporters to go to the polls on election day and watch to make sure the election is run fairly. → Read More

An abnormal debate leaves students, teachers searching for answers

Political analysts are saying Tuesday night’s debate is not what presidential debates are supposed to look like. → Read More

Pandemic slims margins for tea seller

It takes hundreds of hours and thousands of miles for teas to get from the fields to your cup. → Read More

DoD recognizes Sanford Health for hiring National Guard members, reservists

The Department of Defense says Sanford Health is one of the best places in the country for National Guard soldiers and reservists to work. → Read More

Bismarck college student wins Pancheros Queso King title

Some people may get bored with eating the same food every day, but not Aaron Vallejo. → Read More

BSC enrollment stays steady despite pandemic

Bismarck State College leaders say their enrollment has stayed steady thanks to the ability to offer in-person classes and upgrades to online capabilities. → Read More

Savanna’s Act passes Congress, goes to President Trump for approval

Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., announced that the US House of Representatives passed Savanna’s Act. → Read More

Teen girl dead after rollover crash near Dickinson

A 15-year-old girl is dead after a rollover crash northwest of Dickinson Monday night. → Read More

Madison West pleads guilty to killing of Bowman man in 2016

Madison West will spend 35 years in prison for her role in killing Nicholas Johnson in August of 2016. → Read More

Gov. Burgum asks for federal disaster relief after strong storms

From June 29 through July 1, high winds, hail and heavy rain hit a large portion of the state. → Read More

Federal government invests in new Mandan lineworker training facility

A new lineworker training facility is coming to Mandan. → Read More

Bismarck and Mandan limit attendance at sporting events

Bismarck and Mandan Public Schools will have limited attendance at sporting events this fall. → Read More

Prepaid envelops available to turn in mystery China seeds

The North Dakota Department of Agriculture leaders say they’ll provide a prepaid envelope to anyone who gets mystery seeds in the mail with Chinese labeling. → Read More

Papa’s Pumpkin Patch wont open for 2020

The owners of Papa's Pumpkin Patch say they won't open the attraction this year. → Read More