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RAM Club May Move Downtown

VALLEY CITY (NEWSDAKOTA.COM) The owners of the RAM Club are looking to move their establishment downtown pending city approval. Co-owner Michelle Brendmoen says the plan is to relocate inside the former Labor Club on east main this month. She says a few city officials support the move. She and co-owner Ryan Trzpuc decided to...
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) – A group that wants the University ofNorth Dakota to keep the Fighting Sioux nickname has until February7th to collect 13,500 signatures on its petition. Members of thegroup set up folding tables outside the Ralph Engelstad Arena thisweekend while UND’s men’s hockey team played Minnesota.           DICKINSON, N.D. (AP)...
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Senator Kent Conrad In Jamestown Monday

JAMESTOWN  (NewsDakota.com) – Senator Kent Conrad will be in Jamestown on Monday speaking at the Red River Valley Research Corridor Precision Agriculture Summit held at the Farmers Union Conference Center. Conrad is expected to discuss the development of a new farm bill and the technological advances involved in precision agriculture.
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McGough Back On the Job After A Long Battle With Illness

VALLEY CITY (NEWSDAKOTA.COM) Barnes County Auditor Ed McGough returns back to work after battling an illness for several months and continues to recover slowly. Officer personal filled in for several weeks as McGough was unable to get back to the office. He was able to do some of the work over the phone. But,...
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North Dakota Agriculture Hall of Fame Inductees

VALLEY CITY (NDWS) The North Dakota Agriculture Hall of Fame Committee has selected two individuals to be inducted into the North Dakota Agriculture Hall of Fame in 2012. They are Maynard Helgaas of West Fargo, ND and the late Everett Tool of Fargo, ND. Maynard D. Helgaas is currently the president of Green Vision...
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MINOT, N.D. (AP) – A former Minot insurance agent has beensentenced to more than four years in federal prison for wire fraud.Alan Henning also has been ordered to make more than $1.2 millionin restitution. Henning pleaded guilty in August.     JAMESTOWN, N.D. (AP) – The Jamestown City Council has namedSergeant Scott Edinger the new chief...
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Jamestown City Council Selects Scott Edinger As Police Chief

JAMESTOWN (NewsDakota.com) – The Jamestown City Council unanimously appointed Sergeant Scott Edinger to Jamestown Police Chief during a special meeting Thursday afternoon. Edinger was one of five finalists for the position, which opened when former chief David Donegan retired on Dec. 31. Council members cited Edinger’s vision for the future of the department, as...
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Longtime ND Senator Dave Nething Announces Retirement

JAMESTOWN (NewsDakota.com) – Longtime North Dakota senator Dave Nething of Jamestown is retiring after his term expires in December. Nething made the announcement during a press conference at his home Thursday afternoon. He said it is with mixed emotions that he announced his intention to not seek re-election. “The time has come for me...
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