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In direct spending, UJ injected over $21 million into the economy, which had an impact of over $63 million on the Jamestown economy.
The U.S. government's new COVIDTests.gov website, set up for American households to order four free COVID-19 tests amid the Omicron variant surge, is up and running ahead of its official launch on Wednesday, the White House said.
The Stutsman County Park Board unanimously approved allowing Dale Marks’ family to mow Ypsilanti Park for $600 total during the upcoming summer.
Charles “Bud” Sedlachek was born in Jasper, Minnesota, in 1938, died of congestive heart failure in Brainerd at 83 on Jan. 3. The Crow Wing County farmer loved John Deere equipment, so a John Deere tractor led the funeral procession and he was buried in a custom-ordered John Deere casket.

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In her state of the state address on Jan. 11, Gov. Kristi Noem suggested the state repeal the ‘ridiculous’ bingo tax, which she said targeted veterans and the elderly.
McLean County enacted restrictions on the development of new wind projects in response to plans for the retirement of Coal Creek Station, North Dakota's largest coal plant. But with a deal nearly secure to save the plant, local officials and project developers expect the local ordinances to fall.
A western North Dakota judge ruled in favor of Newfield Exploration and against North Dakota in October.
State Senate committee moves ahead on bills for demolitions, reconstructions and additions for campuses in Aberdeen, Rapid City and Vermillion
Greed, incest, murder and rattlesnakes tell the tale of a southern sharecropper turned barber turned murderer.
The five finalists were chosen from a national pool of 47 applicants and will be interviewed on the NDSU campus in February.

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According to a release from the college, Jared Marshall, head coach of the school’s men’s basketball team, is now working as the new athletic director.
Rep. Michael Howe, a Casselton Republican, was first elected to the North Dakota House in 2016 and quickly rose in the Republican ranks to become one of the youngest members on the powerful House Appropriations Committee.
The library and LEC boards have one opening each.

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