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State News and Announcements


Statewide Education and Workforce Dashboard

The North Dakota Information Technology Department (ITD) has issued a new version of the data visualization tool Insight, which highlights statewide education and workforce information.

North Dakota Insurance Department

2018 Medicare Part D Annual Enrollment Events

The Insurance Department will be hosting a series of nine, statewide Medicare Part D Annual Enrollment Events beginning on Tuesday, Oct. 16 in Grand Forks. This year, an additional event has been scheduled in Minot.

Governor's Office

North Dakota Unveils Refreshed Brand

"Be Legendary" is North Dakota's new brand identity, building on the "Legendary" brand that has been used to promote the state for more than 15 years. The refreshed, active brand includes a new logo and an updated look and feel with fresh colors, photography and conversational language.

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Governor's Photo Contest Winners

Steve Silseth's photo "Pintail" has been named Best in Show in the 15th annual North Dakota Governor's Photo Contest.

Leaders Discuss Suicide Prevention Efforts

Gov. Doug Burgum met with leaders of health care systems from across North Dakota to discuss ways to enhance suicide prevention efforts through the Zero Suicide initiative.

ND Teacher of the Year for 2019 - Kayla Delzer

Gov. Doug Burgum and State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler, on September 25th, announced Kayla Delzer, a third-grade teacher at Mapleton Elementary School, as the 2019 North Dakota Teacher of the Year.

44th recipient of rough rider award-Clint Hill

Gov. Doug Burgum announced former U.S. Secret Service agent and author Clint Hill as the 44th recipient of the North Dakota Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award, the state's highest commendation for its citizens.

North Dakota Securities Department

Task Force Cracks Down on ICOs

North Dakota Securities Commissioner Karen Tyler has issued Cease and Desist Orders against 3 companies promoting unregistered and potentially fraudulent securities in North Dakota in the form of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs).