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Past contests have yielded such clever names as “Ctrl Salt Delete” and “Snowbi Wan Kenobi,” or a nod to Minnesota native Prince with “The Truck Formerly Known As Plow.”
A North Dakota Department of Transportation employee was seriously hurt last week when he was hit by a car while repairing a cable median barrier.
Project will begin Monday, Oct. 24, and last five days.
Crews will be working at the old West Elementary site.
The closure for the storm sewer and paving work is expected to take two weeks, weather permitting.
The state will remove some recently installed reflective metal posts on two-lane state highways after farming groups said they were impeding their ability to transport large equipment.

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The closure originally was expected on Tuesday, but was delayed one day.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation will resurface and make repairs to the Interstate 94 bridge in southwest St. Cloud in Stearns County. Drivers will encounter reduced speeds and one-lane traffic, in each direction. The work begins Wednesday, Aug. 31, and is expected to be completed in mid-October.
The Standing Rock and Fort Berthold reservations received the federal funds to repair and upgrade roadways.

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