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July 26: 2:15 p.m., fire department heavy rescue squad responded to Interstate 94 eastbound exit 269, to a report of a person/s trapped in a... [Read More]
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Beginning Wednesday, Jan. 22, traffic will be restricted to one lane southbound along First Avenue South in the 200 block area due to construction work... [Read More]
President Donald Trump granted North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum's request for a disaster declaration Tuesday, Jan. 21, following an October snowstorm that caused major flooding... [Read More]
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The declaration frees up federal funds to help North Dakota localities repair infrastructure and roads damaged by the fall storm and ensuing floods. ... [Read More]
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A bill that would clean up how the South Dakota Department of Agriculture regulates pesticide registration, pesticide application and enforcement of pesticide laws passed through... [Read More]
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Vulnerabilities that allowed vast quantities of the drug into the United States went unaddressed for years as tens of thousands of Americans died from overdoses. [Read More]
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The schedule is as follows:... [Read More]
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UJ basketball rolls at Midland The University of Jamestown women's basketball team kicked off 2020 with an 85-76 victory over Midland University (Neb.) Thursday night.... [Read More]
North Dakota State University has launched a program they call "Junk Mail," which sends condoms and sexual aids and information to students in the hopes... [Read More]
Residents in southwest Jamestown were without electricity for about four hours Monday evening, according to Jeremy Rham, area manager for Otter Tail Power Co. in... [Read More]
One person was killed and two were injured Thursday evening in a two-vehicle, head-on collision near Watertown. [Read More]
Some of the first votes cast in the Democratic race for the presidential nomination could be cast in North Dakota although the results won't be... [Read More]
A birth was reported Tuesday by Jamestown Hospital. March 6, girl, 8 pounds, 5 ounces, to Tylea Chamberlain and Leslie Strobel, Sykeston, N.D. [Read More]
Walmart says it won't change its policies. [Read More]
The Freightliner, pulling a belly dump trailer, was traveling eastbound on 39th Lane Northwest about 5 miles southwest of Trenton when it ran off the... [Read More]
Freshman guard Kia Tower is looking more and more comfortable scoring points for UJ women's basketball. [Read More]
An Aberdeen man convicted of raping a 6-year-old girl was sentenced Wednesday, July 17, to 120 years in prison. [Read More]
University of Jamestown's Isaiah Dobson inadvertently collided with the courtside media table at full speed to end the first half of play Monday at Harold... [Read More]
According to Todd Caspers, district fisheries biologist for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department in Devils Lake, this year's survey yielded an average of... [Read More]
Changes made by the 2019 North Dakota Legislature may make it easier for farmers to qualify for a property tax exemption for their home, according... [Read More]
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