North Dakota breaks population record

The Census report for North Dakota is showing growth. The state population as of July 1st was recorded as 779,261 residents — an all-time high. And it’s news Governor Burgum wanted the North Dakotans to know about. The full news release from the Governor’s office follows below. —— BEGIN NEWS RELEASE, GOVERNOR BURGUM ——- BISMARCK,

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Millennials from oil boom stay in North Dakota

North Dakota is getting younger. Officials from North Dakota’s Census Office are working with data that suggests North Dakota has more millennials per capita than any other state in the country. That same statistic is also in line with a big increase in the number of children under the age of five.

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North Dakota’s Population Reaches an All-Time High

— Official News Release, Governor Dalrymple — North Dakota’s population has reached an all-time high of 739,482 residents, the U.S. Census Bureau reported today. The state’s latest population estimate is an increase of 15,625 residents from last year’s count. “Our economic growth over the last decade continues to keep North Dakotans home, and we are

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