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Ward 2 spot had no official candidates.
At its Oct. 24 meeting, the board officially, and unanimously, approved a referendum amount of $4.9 million for a special election on Feb. 14.
Eric Samuelson, a Crookston-area farmer, said despite a wet, late start to the growing season and a dry end, yields have been average or better across the board for most crops.
The Rural Leadership and Success training series, announced by UMC on Oct. 11, is a series of professional development classes intended for working adults.
Daniel Reyes Sr. will remain in prison for about four and a half more months to equal a one-year sentence. Following his release, he will be on probation for 10 years.
The emergency ordinance went into effect on Tuesday, Sept. 27, and requires the Crookston city clerk to be notified before a shop that sells hemp-derived THC products can be opened.

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Based on the experience of a couple of other North Dakota school districts that “have had tremendous success hiring teachers from the Philippines, we followed that model,” Superintendent Terry Brenner said.
On Aug. 17, the Crookston School Board held a special meeting to canvass the results of the Aug. 9 election and decided to give voters a second chance to approve the facility.
John Reitmeier, one of the owners of Canna Corners, opened the store in downtown Crookston on Tuesday, Aug. 2.

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