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"The Religious Liberty Restoration Amendment will not be on North Dakota’s ballot this fall.
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A program in Fargo to reimburse property owners whose yards were damaged by sandbag and clay dikes during flooding last spring is expected to cost about $370,000.
City Planner Mark Williams said repairs have covered most of the scars left from the record Red River flood. Most repairs have involved regrading yards, replacing shrubs and reseeding grass.
The City of Jamestown announced Wednesday that the contractor hired to finish grading, seed-bed preparation, seeding, fertilizing, mulching and hydro-seeding is nearing completion. Workers expect to be finished by Monday.
A Traill County bridge that’s believed to be among the oldest in North Dakota is slated for restoration.
The state Department of Transportation and the State Historical Society of North Dakota are working together on the $700,000 project to restore the Viking Bridge.
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