Human Trafficking A Rising Problem In North Dakota

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – We see it in movies and on TV all the time. Cargo with loads of humans being trafficked to another part of the world to be sold into either sexual slavery or forced labor. Some are even sold into forced marriage. According to “Transnational Crime In The Developing World”, Human...
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Napoleon Facing High Water Tables Due To Heavy Rains

NAPOLEON, N.D. (AP) – Residents of Napoleon are trying to figure out what to do about a high water table caused by heavy rains and a rising lake near the town. The excess water has led to chronic basement flooding around town. Mayor Kyle Haas stated that more than 75 homes are now running...
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Skywarn Training In Steele & Ellendale Tonight

STEELE, N.D. ( – The National Weather Service in Bismarck has announced that Skywarn spotter training will commence tonight in both Steele and Ellendale. These training sessions will allow you to obtain the knowledge to become a spotter with a local agency. While not necessarily a “Storm Chaser”, spotters stay close to home and...
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Rhoades Science Center Receives LEED Certification

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( Two architects, Joel Davy and Rebecca Molldrem, of JLG in Fargo, will speak today about the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design known as (LEED) considerations in the Rhoades Science Center. The design and construction of the Rhoades Science Center addition followed LEED standards set forth by the U.S. Green...
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