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"A rail strike would be extremely disruptive to the North Dakota grower harvest, which is just around the corner for corn," according to Brenda Elmer, executive director of the North Dakota Corn Growers Association.
After making the move from the Netherlands, Maartje Murphy wanted to give North Dakotans a chance to enjoy European treats, made right on the farm.
There is a push by some groups to reclassify the potato as a grain – a notion that some producers find starch raving mad.
Smart Growth Sioux Falls argues that state law prohibits the city from permitting any construction until after a November vote on whether to ban slaughterhouses. Wholestone Farms is building a small butchery on the site and contend that grandfather's them under current ordinances.
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Finance report details for first time who is funding Smart Growth Sioux Falls. The committee is fighting plans by Wholestone Farms to build pork processing plant in northeast corner of the city.
This is Labor Day weekend.
Many hospitals no longer can afford the high costs of travel nurses, instead choosing to focus on recruiting new nurses and retaining the staff they have left. Meanwhile, some travel nurses may simply want to settle down.
Rep. Bernie Satrom, R-Jamestown, invited the Taiwan officials to visit North Dakota.
If you need something to turn around a lousy day or, like, shake your foundational assumptions about the nature of life itself, go check out the Wienermobile.
A business requested a reduction in parking spaces from 71 to 60.
According to court papers Jack Glasser has less than $50,000 and owes between $1 million and $10 million dollars.

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