Governor Jack Dalrymple

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State News and Announcements

June 14, 2016 Election Results

Stay up-to-date on the election results for judicial, legislative, statewide, and county contests and measures. Beginning at 8:00 p.m. Central Time, unofficial election results for these contests and measures will be updated as they are received by the Secretary of State's office.

Governor's Office

Governor's Photo Contest

Gov. Jack Dalrymple and the North Dakota Tourism Division, in partnership with AAA of North Dakota and North Dakota Council on the Arts, are hosting the Governor's Photo Contest. All North Dakota photographers are encouraged to submit photos that capture the unique things to see and do in the state. Deadline for entry is August 31, 2016.

Department of Emergency Services

Local Burn Restrictions and Fire Declarations

Be sure to always check the Department of Emergency Services website to see if there are any burn restrictions or fire declarations prior to burning.

State Historical Society

Nominations Sought for Local History Awards

The State Historical Society of North Dakota (SHSND) is seeking nominations for the annual awards program recognizing outstanding achievement in three categories of history: Excellence in Local History, Heritage Profile Honor, and North Dakota Person of History.

Game and Fish Department

Fireworks Prohibited on Wildlife Management Areas

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department reminds citizens that possession or use of fireworks on state wildlife management areas is prohibited.

National Campaign on Boating Under Influence

North Dakota Game and Fish Department law enforcement personnel will participate in a national campaign designed to reduce the number of boaters operating under the influence.

Boaters Check Border State and Provincial ANS Rule

North Dakota boaters who are traveling to other states or Canadian provinces should check the aquatic nuisance species regulations of their destination to make sure they are in compliance.