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Funds for the switch; JSDC to borrow $500K from county
14 hours 4 min ago
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North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem testifies Wednesday in support of five bills to fight human trafficking before the Senate Judiciary committee at the Capitol.
Advocates, N.D. official testify for trafficking bills
16 hours 52 min ago
Accidental deaths from drug use on the rise in North Dakota
16 hours 54 min ago
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This week is Snow Week at Jamestown High School. Coronation of the Snow King and Snow Queen was held Monday. Pictured front, from left, are Jessica Azure, Rainey Selvig, Maylee Ringuette, Allie Smith, Ally Dion, Snow Queen Suzanna Syverson, flower girl Maiah Fuchs and envelope bearer Dylan Harildstad; and back, from left, are Bryce Klose, Nick Stockert, Chandler Haut, Alex Zimmerman, Nick Urquhart and Snow King Hunter Carpenter.
JHS Snow Court
16 hours 47 min ago
Think twice before letting lawmakers set tuition
16 hours 21 min ago
People should not embrace Common Core
16 hours 19 min ago
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The Blue Jays Jazz Ensemble is one of many Jamestown Public Schools music groups that will perform at the “Music to Warm the Heart” dinner concert and silent auction on Sunday, Feb. 8, at Trinity Lutheran Church.
‘Music’ dinner/auction is boosters fundraiser
16 hours 16 min ago
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John Seifert, general manager of Stutsman Harley-Davidson, is expecting around 400 people for the Polar Pig Walk the Plank Hospice fundraiser Saturday.
Polar Pig Walk the Plank for Hospice Saturday
16 hours 13 min ago
More ‘Blue’ exploration in NYNY
16 hours 35 min ago
Community Calendar - Jan. 29
16 hours 6 min ago
University of Jamestown’s Taylor Newton (left) looks to pass while Dickinson State’s Jacob Gondrezick defends on Wednesday at the Jamestown Civic Center. John Steiner/The Sun
Jimmies survive. Edge Hawks in OT
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Amber Paulsen shares a moment with her daughter Phaedra at their house on Tuesday in Grand Forks. Paulsen sends her daughters to separate daycare centers because she struggled to find available care. (Logan Werlinger/Forum News Service)
Child care still a struggle in Grand Forks
15 hours 44 min ago
Super Bowl poised for great game, great debate
1 hour 28 min ago
Minnesota man pleads guilty to part in Gambia coup bid
3 hours 31 min ago
Louisiana inmate with case before top U.S. court freed after 30 years
5 hours 33 min ago
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