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ND snack food company partners with Texas Rangers
Giants Snacks Inc. is now the official provider of sunflower seeds to the Texas Rangers.
Idaho man convicted of ND oil patch murder
An Idaho man has been convicted of killing a man outside a strip club in the North Dakota oil patch hub of Williston.
Employees safely out of Breckenridge drug store after armed ro...
KFGO'S Gary Rogers reports that the four employees who were in Thrifty White Pharmacy in downtown Breckenridge are safely out out of the business.
Bobcat celebrates production of 1 millionth loader
The West Fargo-based company celebrated the event Saturday in Gwinner with a 5K run, factory tours and a party at the city park.
Defense: Murder suspect trying to scare, not kill
The attorney for an Idaho man accused of killing a man outside a strip club in the North Dakota oil patch hub of Williston says his client was only trying to scare the man.
Minot Daily News
James - Jim' Willoughby
James "Jim" Willoughby, 59, Garrison, formerly of Minot and Mandan, died Tuesday, July 8, 2014, at his beloved lake cabin on Douglas Bay, west of Garrison, after a courageous battle with cancer.
Murder trial moved from Williston to Wahpeton
The trial of an Idaho man accused of gunning down a Williston resident outside of a strip club in 2013 is being moved to the other side of the state.
Korean War Historian Will Appear At Bully Bullhead
It is often called our "forgotten war," but the fortitude of the men who fought in the Korean War and the positive longer term result of their effort will be highlighted at this year's Bully Bullhead celebration at Ruthven.
Valley News Live
Wahpeton Man Involved in Deadly Crash Identified
The North Dakota Highway Patrol has released the names of the two men involved in a deadly crash in Wahpeton earlier this week.
Valley News Live
Wahpeton Man Dead After Crashing Van During Police Pursuit
The Wahpeton Police Department released more details about a crash that left one man dead and another hospitalized Monday night.
Police: Body found in Red River is missing student
Two months of uncertainty came to a close this weekend as police said a body found in the Red River was a 20-year-old North Dakota college student who had been missing since early May. The Wilkin County Sheriff's Office said Saturday evening that the North Dakota Department of Pathology identified the body as Andrew Sadek of Rogers.