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A Watford City native, Nathan Svihovec will start his new job on Thursday, replacing interim commissioner Kathy Kulesa. Kulesa will remain as the department's human rights director.
"North Dakota is so far ahead of the curve when it comes to carbon capture and sequestration that it's startling."
Sen. David Hogue and Rep. Mike Lefor, the newly elected majority leaders of North Dakota's Senate and House chambers, respectively, joined this episode of Plain Talk to discuss the upcoming legislative session.
The portrait hanging in the North Dakota Capitol was created by Minot-based artist Vern Skaug
Though the pardons are expected to impact nearly 6,600 people, data from the United States Sentencing Commission indicates only 21 North Dakotans are eligible to receive a pardon.
The Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. received the 21st Century Workforce Award.

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The North Dakota governor's plan released Wednesday would allocate more than $50 million in state funds to a series of workforce development programs.
If the governor legalizes online gambling in North Dakota through amendments to the state's compacts with the tribe, expect lawsuits to fly on multiple fronts.
On Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022, political and business luminaries helped break ground on Grand Farm’s Innovation Facility. The new facility is being developed on 140 acres west of Casselton and will support research and development projects to advance the next generation of precision agriculture, including autonomous technologies.

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