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Former bar owner says rights violated

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WILLOW CITY – David Corum, whose Willow City bar was impacted by a pandemic closure order last spring, said he hopes to file a civil rights complaint in federal court. Northeast District Judge Anthony Swain Benson ruled Jan. 6 that Corum violated Gov. Doug Burgum’s March 19 executive ...

ND COVID-19 numbers announced on Jan. 13

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COVID-19 Test Results The results listed are from the previous day. Additional data can be found on the NDDoH website. BY THE NUMBERS 7,880 - Total Tests from yesterday* 1,425,429 - Total tests completed since the pandemic began 227 - Positive Individuals from Yesterday***** 162 - ...

Congressman Armstrong votes against impeachment

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WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Kelly Armstrong spoke on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives about why he voted against impeachment of President Donald J. Trump. “What happened last Wednesday is an absolute tragedy. And not only are we part of dealing with it now, we were part ...

Limited COVID vaccine available for age 75 and older

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First District Health Unit now has a very limited supply of COVID-19 vaccine for people 75 years of age and older. Vaccinations are done by appointment only. To make an appointment, please call First District Health Unit at (701) 852-1376. These appointments are expected to fill quickly. ...

Patient invitations signal next phase of vaccine rollout

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Older patients most at risk of developing severe illness from COVID-19 should be on the lookout for a special invitation from Trinity Health, according to information provided by Trinity Health. Trinity has begun sending invitations for vaccine appointments to patients based on North ...

Bakken Midstream announces project advancements in ND

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BISMARCK – Bakken Midstream Natural Gas, LLC, a developer of value-added natural gas infrastructure in North Dakota, announced Tuesday it has signed an informal agreement for its first ethane supply to support a large-scale, baseload power plant. The Williston Basin Energy Center will be ...

Trinity Homes residents, staff begin receiving COVID-19 vaccine

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The first residents and staff at Trinity Homes received initial vaccinations for COVID-19 Monday, Trinity Health announced. The first of three scheduled vaccination clinics at Trinity Homes concludes today. Jennifer Mitchell, director of Clinical Excellence and Resident Safety, said in a ...

ND COVID-19 numbers announced on Jan. 12

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COVID-19 Test Results The results listed are from the previous day. Additional data can be found on the NDDoH website. BY THE NUMBERS 6,112 - Total Tests from yesterday* 1,417,566 - Total tests completed since the pandemic began 248 - Positive Individuals from Yesterday***** 156 ...

Limited COVID Vaccine Available for Ages 75 and Older

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First District Health Unit announced today it has a very limited supply of COVID-19 vaccine for people 75 years of age and older. Vaccinations are by appointment only. To make an appointment, please call First District Health Unit at 852-1376. These appointments are expected to fill quickly. ...

ND Congressman signs letter against impeachment

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Congressman Kelly Armstrong, R-ND, has signed onto a letter urging President-Elect Joe Biden to request House Speaker Nancy Pelosi drop efforts to impeach President Donald Trump. The letter was signed by seven Congress members who had issued a statement Jan. 4 opposing objections to ...

Bar owner convicted of violating governor’s order

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BOTTINEAU – A judge has ruled against a Willow City bar owner charged with violating the governor’s executive order on temporary bar closures last March. David Corum of Gunslingers Grill argued in Northeast District Court that he had surrendered his liquor license and was not operating ...

Patrick Fennell, Minot, charged with intent to deliver heroin

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Patrick Nathan Fennell, 32, is charged in district court in Minot with Class B felony intent to deliver heroin on Friday. According to a probable cause affidavit filed with the court, police responded to a report that Fennell was in the back yard of a residence in southwest Minot and had been ...

Rebuilding a landmark

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A replica of a landmark town square building in Maxbass is looking good, thanks to brothers Steve and Todd Farden, co-owners of Farden Construction, Inc. Steve Farden said the brothers had been waiting for about 16 years to buy the 115-year-old building that had once been used as a bank and ...

Roosevelt Park Zoo Tots classes teach kids about animal friends

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Tots might get a chance to catch frogs in a pretend pond, check out the inside of a turtle shell or explore the trees during Roosevelt Park Zoo’s Tot class. Nicole Barnhart, education, conservation and outreach coordinator at the Minot zoo, said the classes are for ages 2-5. Barnhart and ...

ND COVID-19 numbers announced on Jan. 11

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COVID-19 Test Results The results listed are from the previous day. Additional data can be found on the NDDoH website. BY THE NUMBERS 2,976 - Total Tests from yesterday* 1,411,499 - Total tests completed since the pandemic began 121 - Positive Individuals from Yesterday***** 112 - ...