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DEVILS LAKE, N.D. – Since reaching a modern-day record high elevation of 1,454.3 feet above sea level five years ago--after a nearly 32-foot rise over the previous 18 years--Devils Lake has been falling, rather gradually.
PISEK, N.D. - For the first time since it was built in 1892, the doors of St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church are locked. But the church hasn’t closed. It remains...
CRARY, N.D.—The Ramsey County Commission wants the North Dakota Health Department to conduct unannounced inspections of Dakota Dry Bean's pea processing facility in Crary after residents complained about residue they claim is coming from pea flour production. Residents said the pea dust is coating cars, lawns and houses—inside and out—which is creating a health hazard.
DEVILS LAKE, N.D.—Paul Deegan has become something of a thorn in the side of the Ramsey County Commission. Deegan is the husband of Denny Deegan, who was fired in August 2014 from her position as operations administrator of the Lake Region Law Enforcement Center. Denny Deegan, who was on medical leave at the time of her dismissal, filed a discrimination complaint against the LEC board in September 2014 with the North Dakota Department of Labor and Human Rights. The case remains unresolved.
COOPERSTOWN, N.D.—A mediation session has been scheduled May 3 in a civil case between Griggs County and the County Building Authority over the financial responsibility of the unfinished $3.5 million Griggs County Courthouse/Emergency Operations Center. The time and place have not been determined. In January, Southeast District Judge Jerod Tufte set a December jury trial in the case. However, he also directed the parties to make a "good faith attempt" at mediation in an effort to avoid a trial.
CRARY, N.D. – The Ramsey County Commission wants the state Health Department to conduct unannounced inspections of Dakota Dry Bean's pea processing facility in Crary after residents complained about residue they claim is coming from pea flour production.
GRAND FORKS – The national champion University of North Dakota men’s hockey team and its 2016 title trophy arrived in Grand Forks at about 3:15 p.m. Sunday, to the boisterous...
GRAND FORKS – The national champion UND men's hockey team and its 2016 title trophy arrived in Grand Forks at about 3:15 p.m. Sunday, to the boisterous cheers of 300-some fans who braved 38-degree temperatures and 35-mph winds at Grand Forks International Airport.
GRAND FORKS - Crowds celebrating the UND Fighting Hawks’ eighth NCAA hockey championship did so in a relatively orderly fashion in Grand Forks late Saturday and early today. Few acts of vandalism were reported to police overnight. Shortly after 10 p.m. Saturday, Grand Forks Police Department officers responded to a report of a large crowd of people gathering in the street and blocking traffic in downtown Grand Forks.
MAYVILLE, N.D. – A "Now Open" banner was all it took last weekend to demonstrate how much last year's closing of a local department store affected the Mayville-Portland community. After...