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Selecting a name for your baby isn't easy, with so many names to choose from.
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NASCAR DAD North Dakota Supreme Court Rules (New)
Rule 3.4 Privacy Protection For Filings Made With The Court. SS numbers, date of birth, addresses, are now all redacted, blanked out by local courts. www.ndcourts.com/court/rules/NDROC/rule3.4.htm... Posted on 8/29/09 at 8:34 AM
A federal judge ruled Friday that the office of America's self-proclaimed toughest sheriff systematically singled out Latinos in its trademark immigration patrols, marking the first finding by a court that the agency racially profiles people.
BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota’s parks director wants the authority to impose fines of up to $250 for breaking park rules and to handle alleged violations outside of the state’s criminal courts, an agency official said Friday.
One could be generous and call some game laws inexplicable; or one could be more accurate and say they are dim-witted.
Take the age requirement for a person to hunt big game. With the myriad distractions available to youth today, including an endless procession of electronic gadgetry, it makes no sense to restrict young hunters with an age limit. By the time a youth is 14 that person most likely has interests other than hunting and never will become a hunter.
Bismarck planners are discussing rules for small wind turbines in the city.
City Planner Gregg Greenquist said a proposed ordinance would focus on wind turbines that produce fewer than 25 kilowatts of power. It would establish setback and noise rules for the turbines and other rules for movement of the rotor blades.
A Nov. 18 public hearing is scheduled.
A western Minnesota school district has new rules for media coverage of board meetings — rules some broadcasters say are too restrictive.
The Breckenridge School Board adjourned a recent meeting when a television reporter tried to place a microphone in front the superintendent and board members. What followed was a new set of rules for reporters.
New rules requiring passports or new high-tech documents to cross the United States’ northern and southern borders are taking effect Monday as some rue the tightening of security and others hail it as long overdue.
By Manuel Valdes, The Associated Press
, June 01, 2009
An organizational meeting for Jamestown men’s softball is scheduled for Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Otter Tail building.
Each team is to have a representative present. Rules changes, election of board members and assignment of teams on league nights will be discussed.
There will be a slowpitch softball umpires rules clinic on Sunday, March 29 at 2 p.m. in the Otter Tail Community Room.
Anyone interested in umpiring slowpitch softball this season is required to attend.
For more information, contact Tom Harty at 952-1586 or 252-0371.
Anecdotes matter. But statistics and science matter more.
That should be the mantra in Bismarck as the North Dakota Legislature takes up questions of traffic safety.
Should drivers be required to keep their headlights on at all times? State Sen. Art Behm, D-Niagara, thinks they should. Should motorists be allowed to send text messages while driving? State Rep. Lawrence Klemin, R-Bismarck, thinks they should not.
President Barack Obama is all about change, but on Monday, he went where lots of presidents have gone before: promising that the United States will become energy independent.
And so Obama opened an ambitious, double-barreled assault on global warming and U.S. energy woes, moving quickly toward rules requiring cleaner-running cars that guzzle less gas. He called it a journey toward energy independence and said “each step begins to move us in a new direction.”
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