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Small N.D. towns, groups work together on child care

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BISMARCK — Some small North Dakota towns and community groups are coming together to address a shortage of child care.

In Turtle Lake, part of City Hall is housing a child care program, The Bismarck Tribune reported. In Killdeer, the city, a local job development group and a nursing home are working together to provide space for a day care. And in McClusky, a child care facility is being partially funded by a job development authority and a merchants group.

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