Road Construction

NDDOT Reminding Residents of Upcoming Construction Season

BISMARCK, N.D. ( – Everyone in North Dakota knows there are two seasons; Winter season and Construction season. Orange cones will once again be lined along highways with the construction season beginning. The North Dakota Department of Transportation has announced a large construction program with roughly $680 million in projects being bid this year....
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(L to R) Lisa Jackson, JRMC Foundation Director, Deb Falk, RN, JRMC Patient Care Unit Manager, Courtney Haag, RN JRMC Patient Care Unit, Trisha Jungels, RN, JRMC Chief Nursing Officer. Photo courtesy of the JRMC

JRMC Recognizes Nursing Team; Gives Awards To Nurses

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – May 6 – 12 is National Nurses Week. This national healthcare observance honors nursing staff’s professional skills and abilities in providing ethical practice and quality care. Jamestown Regional Medical Center is taking this time to recognize and thank their nursing team. “I would like to extend a special thanks to...
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Valley City Administrator Wants Panic Buttons Installed In City Hall

VALLEY CITY, ND – ( The City Attorney of Valley City Russ Myhre supports the idea of installing panic buttons in city hall following concerns from city employees who have been threatened by local citizens. City Administrator David Schelkoph proposed the idea and says the buttons will cost $800 apiece. He’d like to install...
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Dalrymple Calls For Agencies to Cut Spending By Up to 10 Percent

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Gov. Jack Dalrymple is asking agency directors to include 10 percent spending reductions in their proposed budgets for the next two years. The Republican governor’s directive on Wednesday reflects a downturn in tax revenues due to slumping oil prices and activity. The blueprint is the biggest proposed budget decrease for...
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