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The Republican governor’s initiative was primarily aimed at allowing state employees to bring forward regulation-reducing proposals, but an online submission form gave the public a chance to weigh in.
A consultant's report to close behavioral service gaps in North Dakota recommends that rural hospitals be able to assess, stabilize and transfer unstable psychiatric patients. But hospital representatives say they face significant challenges.
Nominations begin Saturday, Sept. 24, for the best in business and other categories in the Jamestown area and continue through Oct. 8
The Jimmies have now been outscored 17-2 this season.

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It is estimated from tree ring data that this may be the worst drought in this region is 1,200 years.
It is not unusual for any location in the Dakotas or Minnesota to get a little snow in October, but big October snows are far more likely out west.
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Edwards called the incident “a wake-up call” that showed him how much weight his words carry. In the past two weeks, he said he’s learned “in the blink of an eye, things can be gone.”
The Jamestown Country Club hosted the 2022 WDA tournament on Sept. 26.
Authorities have alleged that Nikki Entzel and Earl Howard were in a romantic relationship, and that Nikki Entzel took out a $26,000 renter's insurance policy in the days before Chad Entzel's death and tried to collect on it after he died.
The former president said Cayler Ellingson was targeted and killed in cold blood for being a proud Republican. The former president didn’t mention Brandt by name, but he called the motorist a maniac and a “radical left, stupid person.”

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"Jamestown has it" is the theme for the Jamestown Sun's 2022 "Progress Edition." The project features small businesses in our community, touching on unique shopping, dining and cultural experiences.