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Gov. Jack Dalrymple: North Dakota ‘strong and growing stronger’

"We are setting our own course and reaping the rewards of our hard work, our careful fiscal management, our pro-business climate and our diversified economy."

North Dakota Legislature: Lots of hands out for $1B surplus

When the North Dakota Legislature begins its 2011 session, lawmakers will have plenty of money to spend and even more suggestions about how to spend it.

The North Dakota University System laud system’s impact on economy

The North Dakota University System says its impact on the state’s economy is worth $3.7 billion a year.

North Dakota Leads Nation in Tourism

Otte Coleman says one reason for the state`s strong numbers is a good marketing campaign that targets those in nearby states and Canada.

Documentary highlights Williston, North Dakota area

The economic activity in western North Dakota has not only drawn state and national attention, but also international attention.

North Dakota could see $696 million surplus by June

"The state’s broad-based economic growth will enable North Dakota to fund priorities, provide sustained tax relief and continue to build a strong reserve for the future," Gov. Hoeven

New job program provides incentives to primary-sector businesses looking to relocate to the state and create new jobs.

The program, called the North Dakota New Jobs Training Program, provides funding to offset the cost of workforce training for companies creating new jobs.

Developing Rural Opportunities

"There are a few small towns that if they don’t grab their own bootstraps they will fail. But most that are here are interested in survival and they are going to grab their own bootstraps, they are going to get something done, they are going to find their purpose."

North Dakota Schools Work to Expand Tech Ed

"All the middle skill jobs, they`re really looking for those types of jobs," said Wayne Kutzer, Department of Career and Technical Education. "They`re needed so badly."

University System Focuses on Importance of Community Colleges

A little more than 10,000 students attend the state`s five community colleges and they say it`s for good reason.