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City of Carrington To Possibly Participate in Future Rate Study

CARRINGTON, N.D. ( – The City of Carrington may be taking steps this summer to view rates in the community. Brian Day of Midwest Assistance Program came before the Carrington City Council Monday night to discuss the possibility of a rate study being done for the city. Public Works Director Dan Trosen stated that...
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Doug Burgum To Challenge Wayne Stenehjem In the June Primary

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Burgum has filed a petition to be placed on the June 14 primary ballot. Burgum’s running mate, Brent Sanford, delivered about 600 signatures the North Dakota Secretary of State’s office on April 11, just hours ahead of the deadline. North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem won...
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Central Valley Health Planting Pinwheels For Child Abuse Prevention

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The members of Central Valley Health in Jamestown will be having planting pinwheels in the Jamestown Arts Garden to remind those of Child Abuse Prevention. The community partnership meeting will be Thursday at Noon and members will walk over to the Jamestown Arts Garden to plant 259 pinwheels. Executive Director...
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2016 Area Races Set In Barnes County & Valley City

VALLEY CITY, ND – ( Four Valley City residents are officially on the June 14 ballot and running for two city commission seats up for election. The candidates are: Mike Bishop, Jeff Edwards, Mary Lee Nielson and Rick Ross. Meanwhile two men have entered into the Barnes County Commission race. Robert “Bob” Drake will...
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Three Seats Open In Jamestown City Council; Two Open For County

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – It’s election time and individuals are tossing their hats into the ring for several seats opening up in both the Jamestown City Council and Stutsman County Commission. According to city officials, three city council seats will be up for election. Current council members Steve Brubakken, Dan Buchanan, and Charlie Kourajian...
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USDA Reports Very Little Fieldwork Done In The Last Week

FARGO, N.D. (AP) The U.S. Department of Agriculture says North Dakota’s farmers and ranchers performed very little fieldwork last week due to cold and windy conditions. The USDA’s Agricultural Statistics Service says 5 percent of the spring wheat is planted, mostly in southern areas, as most producers wait for warmer weather to increase soil...
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Jamestown Lifesmarts Team In Top 10 Nationwide; Lose Out In Quarterfinals

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Jamestown Lifesmarts team had the honor of representing the state of North Dakota during the National Competition of Lifesmarts in Denver, Colorado over the weekend. The team, coached by High School Social Studies Teacher Marchel Krieger, was tested in personal finance, health and safety, technology and many other categories....
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Extra Patrols April & May For Underage Drinking in ND

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The North Dakota Department of Transportation has provided funding to allow extra patrols to crack down on underage drinking during prom season in North Dakota. According to the NDDOT, the North Dakota Highway Patrol as well as police and sheriff’s departments in the state will be adding patrols to help...
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