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Berthold Police to host event for pets on Dec. 16

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The Berthold Police Department is hosting an event for area pets on Dec. 16 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Berthold City Hall, according to a press release. A professional photographer will be here to take photos and a pet groomer will be doing nail trimming and other services. Souris Valley Animal ...

USFWS accepting grazing applications

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Audubon National Wildlife Refuge, Audubon Wetland Management District and Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge are accepting applications for grazing on National Wildlife Refuges and Waterfowl Production Areas in Dunn, Slope, Sheridan and McLean Counties for ...

Tour prepares grandparents for visits to ND Heritage Center

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BISMARCK – “A Grandparents Guide to the State Museum,” set for Dec. 16, 18 and 20, is a fun tour to familiarize grandparents with the spaces and opportunities available to them at the North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum in Bismarck. Grandparents and all adults will see a free ...

Democrats unveil impeachment charges

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WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democrats announced two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Tuesday, declaring his actions toward Ukraine “betrayed the nation” as they pushed toward historic proceedings that are certain to help define his presidency and shape the 2020 ...

ND congressional delegation comments on impeachment

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North Dakota’s congressional delegation commented on Tuesday on the House Democrats’ unveiling of articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. “They are impeaching President Trump on charges they can’t prove, in the fastest impeachment proceeding in modern history, and ...

‘40 years of Dakota Country’: Book recalls outdoor history of ND

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It is a look at the past that documents the evolution of the outdoors in North Dakota, compiled by a man uniquely qualified to do so. “40 Years of Dakota County” is the work of Bill Mitzel, longtime publisher of the outdoors magazine of the same name that is well known to sportsmen and ...

Jersey City’s mayor says gunmen targeted kosher market

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JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) — The mayor of Jersey City said Wednesday it’s clear that the gunmen in a furious shooting that left six people dead targeted a Jewish market. Mayor Steven Fulop refused to call it an anti-Semitic attack but said surveillance video shows the gunmen driving slowly ...

New Zealand volcano vents steam, delays recovery of bodies

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WHAKATANE, New Zealand (AP) — A New Zealand island volcano vented more steam and mud Wednesday, prompting authorities to delay plans to recover the bodies of victims from a deadly eruption two days ago. Volcanic tremors on White Island were intensifying to a level not seen since an eruption ...

A run to remember

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Racing in his first marathon last month, Minot native Cody Norwalt admits he could get hooked. That’s quite a statement for someone who never has been fond of running. “Actually, I hate running,” Norwalt said “Growing up, I never was on a track team or a cross-country team or anything ...

Trial canceled for hunting guide

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A man who was operating as a hunting guide without a license and was facing four felony charges of exploitation of wildlife, has had his case dismissed. Randal Scott Layman Jr., 28, Fayetteville, Tenn., was scheduled to go to trial Tuesday in Northwest District Court in Watford City but that ...

It’s Tuba Christmas time

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Minot’s annual area Tuba Christmas concert will take place Saturday at noon at the Sleep Inn mall in Dakota Square. Minot area tuba and euphonium/baritone players are invited to participate. A rehearsal will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Sleep Inn. Anyone who has heard a Tuba ...

Government to Government Relations Conference set for January

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BISMARCK – The North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission is hosting a two-day conference focused on strengthening relationships between tribal, state and federal governments. Prior NDIAC conferences held in January and December of 2018 saw more than 300 officials attend. This year, the ...

Dickinson dispensary to open Friday

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DICKINSON – North Dakota’s eighth medical marijuana dispensary is expected to open in Dickinson Friday, according to the North Dakota Department of Health. Herbology in Dickinson will be the state’s final dispensary. Jason Wahl, director of the department’s Division of Medical ...

Corps seeks comments on Burlington flood plan

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BURLINGTON – Public comments are being sought on a portion of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection project to be built in Burlington. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, is evaluating a permit application for BU-1: Burlington Project under Section 404 of the Clean Water ...

American Bank Center donates $100,000 to Great Plains Food Bank

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BISMARCK - American Bank Center has donated $100,000 to the Great Plains Food Bank Feed the Future campaign. The organizations announced the donation together on Tuesday. The donation will benefit the Great Plains Food Bank’s efforts to open a regional service center in Bismarck, which ...

One Brand survey finds Minot viewed favorably

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Most Minot-area residents are happy with their community, according to a recently released survey. They also want to see more investment in healthcare and infrastructure but view the city as doing well with employment, education and quality of life. On Monday, Odney presented results of a ...