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Like agricultural businesses, non-agricultural businesses can also hire temporary foreign workers with a similar type of visa, an option the Traill County Economic Development Commission is now exploring as it tries to help local businesses that are short on workers.
From film cameras to Cream of Wheat, some of the world's most popular products got their start in the Peace Garden State
The Native Youth Community Project aims to increase college and career readiness for Native American high school students in Minnewaukan by providing opportunities to start working toward a teaching degree while in high school.
“They don’t plan on leaving us anytime soon,” said Dennis Olson, chairman of the Devils Lake Regional Airport.
Construction for the multi-year plan will have several phases of construction to accommodate patient care, said CHI Health, and will start with an emergency room expansion.
North Dakota has long been a proud leader in energy production, and renewable energy is opening the door for the state to create a robust economy.

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As Devils Lake Public Schools tries for a new middle school, the future of the historic old middle school building is up for discussion.
On June 14, residents of Churchs Ferry voted 5-1 for the dissolution of the town. The town will no longer be recognized as an incorporated city, effective Sept. 1.
Middle and high school students give advice and opinions that help shape state’s K-12 education policy, Baesler said

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