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Rebecca Osowski is firmly against the proposed corn mill, while Tricia Lunski has grown more comfortable with the idea since the June election.
The spill occurred due to a hole in the oil tank, according to department records. The Killdeer-based company is still working to clean up about 1,700 gallons of oil that were not immediately recovered.
North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley believes harsher sentences will discourage violent crime, so he's putting together a package of new laws targeting violent crimes in which a gun was illegally used.
As Upper Midwest cities grow they face choices of how to pay for roads. Advocates for active transportation say making streets safer rather than wider is a better investment in the long term. Yet, local leaders face a constant pressure to fill potholes and expand roads at all costs.

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If convicted, Mario Butler could face up to a year in jail for the Ward County charges. Cass County prosecutors are deciding whether he should face charges for the Tower City crash that left one dead and three seriously injured.
Fire was in kitchen, but extinguished soon after crews arrived.
About 125 students will participate in activities designed to help them explore STEM careers
Road to be closed twice over the course of several days.
It'll be made up of members from across North Dakota, but to local Chamber of Commerce leaders, it's important that it's roots are planted in Grand Forks.
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A family's story on how churches and the United States government affected generations of Native Americans through nearly 150 years of the boarding school system.

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The agency said it was no longer recommending unvaccinated people quarantine after exposure as around 95% of the U.S. population has either been vaccinated, had COVID-19 already, or both.
The North Dakota Association for Career and Technical Education announced the winners for the 2022 state awards in six different categories.
Last month, the public safety department announced more state patrol troopers would patrol the Twin Cities following a chaotic Fourth of July weekend in Minneapolis that left several injured.

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