THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Ammann Awards 2012 Results
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The state has spent nearly $38,000 to investigate the cause of 180 salmonella-related illness in McLean and Sheridan counties last summer.
North Dakota Department of Health spokeswoman Loreeta Canton said more than $27,000 went toward staffing and $10,000 for lab fees and travel costs.
Charges will not be filed against an unlicensed caterer whose food tested positive for salmonella and was linked to 180 illnesses.
A unit of the state Health Department voted against charges for Aggie Jennings, who lives on a McLean County farm. Local authorities also said they won’t pursue the case.
State health officials say a woman running an unlicensed catering business from her farm has been ordered to stop after dozens became ill from three events she catered.
The Health Department said Aggie Jennings, who lives on a McLean County farm, has been ordered to stop all catering activities.
Lucille Jennings, 94, Minneapolis, formerly of Edgeley, N.D., died Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009, at Jones-Harrison Residence, Minneapolis.
Lucille Haarsager was born June 24, 1914, in Fargo, N.D., the daughter of Elias and Kjersten (Fenstad) Haar-sager. She grew up and attended school in Litch-ville, N.D.
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