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A golden spike ceremony was held Thursday to mark the completion of the Spiritwood Energy Park Association rail loop. Pictured are, from left, Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. CEO Connie Ova, Mayor Katie Andersen and Stutsman County Commissioner Mark Klose, a member of the JSDC Board of Directors.
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Claudia Berg, expansion coordinator for the North Dakota Heritage Center, leads a tour of the museum Thursday in advance of its public opening Sunday in Bismarck.
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David Saxberg, principal at Gussner Elementary School of Jamestown, stands with two assistants, Shayne Mickelson, first-grader, sitting, and Timmy Greshik, fourth-grader Thursday in his office. The two students were participating in a special principal for the day event.
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