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DICKINSON

A big pharma opioid settlement nets North Dakota $45.5 million.
North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem issued an opinion Wednesday that Stark County violated state open records law in delaying response to an open record request.
Inside Assumption Abbey in Richardton, North Dakota.

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An unsolved case turns cold on the Western Edge of North Dakota, but police never give up in trying to solve it. Nearly 10 years after a pair of gruesome murders caught Dickinson by surprise, police solve the case with a confession a decade in the making.
An overview of seasonal affective disorder, also commonly known as the "winter blues," from a report from the U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institute of Health and input from Dr. Andrew McLean, who is the Psychiatry and Behavioral Science Department chair at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
Multiple Eide Bailly Fraud Hotline complaints prompted an NDUS investigation that concluded findings that DSU was improper in their informal procurement process for instructional design with Wyoming-based Learning Corps.
From Nov. 27 through Dec. 23, “A Magical Medora Christmas” brings a family-friendly holiday show that’s “full of spirit, humor and expertly performed music that audiences have grown to expect from Medora,” officials from the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation said in a news release.
A report released Monday by the federal Office of Inspector General detailed advocacy by North Dakota Senators Kevin Cramer, John Hoeven, and President Donald Trump an behalf of the Dickinson-based Fisher Sand and Gravel, but concluded that a $400 million border wall construction contract was properly awarded to the company.
The crash remains under investigation by the North Dakota Highway Patrol, who noted in their accident report that weather conditions were windy with blowing snow and road conditions were ice covered.

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Nearly 300 people are demanding the immediate termination or resignation of the university president, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Dickinson State University for what they say is a broad spectrum of concerns with administration. They highlight allegations of code of conduct abuses, including overreach of administrative authority, incompetence and allegations of illegal conduct and fraud.
Joseph A. Kostelecky, formerly the executive vice president of U.S. operations at a publicly traded Canadian oil-services company, pleaded guilty Wednesday to perpetrating a scheme to fraudulently inflate the company’s reported revenue that resulted in shareholder losses in excess of $886 million.
Richard Bartz walks The Press through the biggest case he worked as a detective for the Dickinson Police Department in the early 1980s.

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