Construction to start on MI-5 flood project

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Construction will be started in upcoming weeks on the Phase MI-5 Northeast Tieback Levee of the flood protection project, according to the Souris River Joint Board. Construction activities will focus on utility and pavement removal and installation near the intersection of Third Street and ...

Poll puts spotlight on political violence

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Local election leaders in North Dakota do not feel like political violence is something they will encounter but a new national poll added to the list of concerning sentiments among voters, keeping offices on their toes. In the latest new PBS/Marist poll, one in five U.S. adults believes ...

ND joins lawsuit to halt attempt to cancel student loan debt

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BISMARCK – Gov. Doug Burgum on Tuesday conveyed his support for North Dakota joining a lawsuit challenging the Biden administration’s attempt to sidestep Congress and cancel student loan debt at expense to U.S. taxpayers. The lawsuit, led by the state of Missouri and joined by six states ...

Defendant sentenced on drug charges

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A Jamestown man has been sentenced to serve 29 days after pleading guilty to three felony counts for drug and paraphernalia possession. Jacob Ray Wangrud Eberhardt, 24, Jamestown, entered a plea of guilty in North Central District Court on April 4 in a case that originated on Jan. 14, 2019. ...

Guilty pleas lead to concurrent sentences

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A Minot man was sentenced to serve two years in prison after entering a change of plea to guilty to two felony counts and four misdemeanors. Nicholas Tate Hastings, 28, Minot, entered his change of plea on the charges in three successive 2023 cases to guilty in North Central District Court ...