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The Bank of North Dakota: Banking’s ‘public option’ – $350 million in profits to North Dakota’s general fund since 1997.

Bills intended to create similar state-run banks or study the idea are being discussed in Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts, Virginia and Washington State.

North Dakota governor addresses MonDak Energy Alliance. – North Dakota’s got its act together.

North Dakota’s got its act together. From the governor’s office right down to city officials, Montana’s neighbor to the east seems to be doing all it can to develop its energy industry and thrive from…

Challenges for Rural High School Girls | Video

A report released today shows that junior and senior high school girls living in rural North Dakota don`t have as strong a sense of opportunity as girls in urban areas.

A time of prosperity Governor highlights North Dakota’s economic success at area gathering

The prosperity North Dakota is now experiencing didn’t happen by accident, but by the good decisions of state and local leaders.

Oil Industry Booms — in North Dakota

State Is Riding High as Firms Develop Better Ways to Tap Huge Bakken Shale Deposit, Raising Hopes for U.S. Production

Study finds North Dakota Centers of Excellence had $329 million impact

“Those are the kinds of results we were hoping to achieve and we want to continue to achieve,” Gov. John Hoeven said of the Centers of Excellence program.

Movie Making in North Dakota

"That 100 dollars basically says you are gonig to be in the movie as an individual, you are going to be in the movie as a business, you are going to be in the movie as a town. So that is bascially how we are financing the movie. In hope that these businesses, towns and people are going to see that we are trying to add value to North Dakota through a good North Dakota movie."

| Subscribe to stories like this North Dakota State University President Joseph Chapman resigns, saying ‘It just isn’t fun’

"Given all the stuff that is going on, for the institution and especially for the students, the people who really matter in all this, it’s just time to do something else." North Dakota State University President Joseph Chapman

North Dakota Research Center to Develop Fuel from Algae

As an example of its potential, just one acre of algae produces between 5,000 and 15,000 gallons of fuel, compared to only 50 gallons from 1 acre of soybeans.

North Dakota, a Place to Go for Employment – a total of more than 9,000 openings in the public and private sectors.

Just a few years ago, North Dakota’s unemployment rate was so low that officials traveled to other states, trying to convince people to move there. Now officials don’t have to do that; the economy is doing it for them.