RSS Feeds

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of North Dakota offers Really Simple Syndication (RSS) of our news and information which allows you to stay current with our latest news and events. When new content is posted to this website, you can receive updates via our RSS feeds.

What is RSS?

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It is a web feed format used to distribute content that is updated frequently such as newsletters and announcements. The feeds contain headlines and summaries which link back to the full-text article on our website.

What do I need?

To begin subscribing to any of the feeds offered on this site, you will need an RSS Reader. An RSS Reader receives RSS notices you are subscribed to. A variety of free and paid RSS readers are available from the Internet and can be either web-based (such as Internet Explorer, Google or Yahoo readers) or downloaded as a small software program to your desktop.

How does the RSS Reader notify me of new announcements?

Whenever our site has new content, your reader receives a notice from our site. All of these notices are displayed in an inbox in your RSS reader. You may then select any of the notices if you'd like to read more information about the announcement.

I have my reader, how do I start subscribing?

The steps below outline the most common way to begin subscribing to an RSS feed, but it may vary depending on the RSS reader you have installed. Should you have any problems, be sure to review your reader's user documentation to learn how to subscribe.

  • In ECF select <Utilities>
  • Select <Court Information> under the Systems menu
  • Click on theRSS reader icon   or the text link in the Court Detail section
  • Click on Subscribe to this feed