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Jimmies' Miller invited to Minnesota Vikings rookie mini-camp

Red flag warning issued for Jamestown area
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School support staff gets 4 percent raise
22 hours 27 min ago
City Council approves letting TRAC keep all sales tax funds
22 hours 29 min ago
Citywide cleanup collects 53 tons of material
22 hours 19 min ago
Library board will begin creating strategic plan
22 hours 19 min ago
Community calendar of events for May 3, 2016
22 hours 20 min ago
Letter to the editor: Angel funds help companies, attract investments
22 hours 21 min ago
Letter to the editor: Residents can't trust leaders to make good decisions
22 hours 22 min ago
courtesy | gene hanson
Gene Hanson, a retiree who lives in Edgeley, recently created a football field-sized replica of the unpronounceable "love symbol" used by Prince to honor the late pop star. Hanson said he taped a drawing of the symbol to the hood of his tractor and started plowing. "I couldn’t believe it myself that it turned out so well," he said Monday. He expects the symbol to be gone in a couple of days, plowed over as the farmers who rent his land plant their crop.
Farmer plows Prince tribute into field
22 hours 24 min ago
DPI approves Kensal-Midkota merger
22 hours 26 min ago
AARHUS: Recall through routine
22 hours 33 min ago
ND land agency audit subject of political debate
22 hours 35 min ago
Governor requests spending cuts in budget
22 hours 38 min ago
Bakken wastewater rules lack enforcement
22 hours 39 min ago
Lisbon woman grateful after large tip
22 hours 41 min ago
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