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Sudoku answers: Sudoku puzzle fans, the answers to Saturday's Sudoku puzzle appear on Page B4 today. The Saturday puzzle answers inadvertently were replaced in Sunday's Herald by the answers to Sunday's puzzle -- which itself was mistakenly repla...

Sudoku answers: Sudoku puzzle fans, the answers to Saturday's Sudoku puzzle appear on Page B4 today.

The Saturday puzzle answers inadvertently were replaced in Sunday's Herald by the answers to Sunday's puzzle -- which itself was mistakenly replaced Sunday by Monday's Sudoku puzzle.

As usual, Monday's puzzle and the Sunday puzzle answers appeared in Monday's Herald Classifieds.

Because Sunday's answers now have appeared twice, we decided not to print Sunday's puzzle after the fact.

We apologize for the inconvenience and the confusion.

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Operation CARE: This Fourth of July weekend, the North Dakota Highway Patrol will be highly visible, enforcing all traffic laws.

Saturation patrols will be used in the state to deter impaired driving and prevent motor vehicle crashes.

Motorists are encouraged to report erratic driving behavior by calling 911.

Rest areas closed: Both the northbound and southbound Elm River rest areas on Interstate 29 near Hillsboro, N.D., will be closed until early August for maintenance work on the parking lots.

Tractor tour: Robert Jostad will give a tour of agricultural equipment at 6 p.m. Thursday at Bonanzaville, near West Fargo, N.D.

Jostad will operate several tractors and demonstrate how they were used.

For more information, call (701) 282-2822.

Prayer meeting: The monthly communitywide "Valley House of Prayer" will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday in Scott's Music on North Third Street in downtown Grand Forks.

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For more information,

e-mail st@newlifegf.org .

Grants available: In October, the North Dakota Department of Emergency Services will award more than $150,000 in planning and training grants through the Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness Grant Program.

Proposals must be submitted no later than Sept. 9. A 20 percent local cash or in-kind match is required. The applications can be found online at www.nd.gov .

STIP report: The public is invited to review the North Dakota Department of Transportation's State Transportation Improvement Program.

For more information, log on to www.dot.nd.gov , e-mail dot@nd.gov or call (701) 787-6500.

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