Area landowners who have Stark County employees cut their weeds can look forward to a bill that’s more than double last year’s.
Stark County Commission members voted to raise the cost of cutting weeds from $200 a mile to $500 a mile during a meeting at the Stark County Courthouse Tuesday.
By Ashley Martin, Forum Communications Co.
, September 10, 2010
Snow is no April Fools’ joke in the Dakotas.
The National Weather Service says nearly 2 feet of snow could accumulate by midday Friday in the higher elevations of South Dakota’s Black Hills.
Between 3 and 8 inches of snow is expected in other parts of western South Dakota, and in southwest and south central North Dakota.
The city of Bismarck has put a plan in place to guard against the emerald ash borer.
City crews will remove weak ash trees from city boulevards and plant other types of trees instead. Residents also are asked not to bring in firewood from other areas, especially from other states and Canada.
North Dakota judges have picked Gerald VandeWalle for another five years as the state’s chief justice.
VandeWalle was re-elected unanimously on Monday at a meeting of the North Dakota Judicial Conference in Bismarck. The chief justice is elected by the state’s district judges and Supreme Court justices.
November 24, 2009
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