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North Dakota Miss Rodeo sendoff

By Bryan Horwath on Jan 2, 2014 at 10:26pm The temperature promises to be cold Saturday, but a warm sendoff will take place in Bowman. Dubbed the “Dust to Diamonds Coronation and Fundraiser,” an open-to-the-public event signaling the official start to Codi Miller’s reign as Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2014 is set to begin with a social and silent auction at 5:30 p.m. ...

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Stark County’s zoning board OK’s ‘Bakken Oil Express West’

By Katherine Lymn  Bakken Oil Express will expand to the west with an industrial rail park after its rezoning was approved for a site west of town Thursday. The Stark County zoning board also denied an agricultural-to-industrial rezoning request from Northern Improvement Company, which wants to relocate its hot mix asphalt plant from a site on Highway 22 to a site ...

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Cass County leads ND in derailments; county official says Casselton fiery

cassleton train derailment

By: Mike Nowatzki, Forum News Service, INFORUM CASSELTON, N.D. – While they’ve never experienced a train disaster of the magnitude seen in Monday’s fiery crash near here, Cass County residents are no strangers to train derailments. The county led North Dakota with 30 train derailments from January 2000 through October 2013, and nearly half of the county’s 37 overall train accidents ...

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Mandan man charged after striking power pole

By BRIAN GEHRING | Bismarck Tribune Bismarck Tribune A Mandan man was arrested for drunken driving and minor in consumption New Year’s Day after the vehicle he was driving struck a power pole west of Stage Stop. Benjamin Alphons Kraft, 18, was charged Thursday with Class B misdemeanor counts of driving under the influence and minor in consumption. He pleaded ...

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Letter: North Dakotans want more done

By: Paul H. Myerchin, Bismarck, INFORUM It’s clear: North Dakotans want to protect and enhance the quality of North Dakota’s great outdoors for our children and grandchildren. The overwhelming interest in the state’s new conservation funding program comes as no surprise to those of us supporting the Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Amendment. The fact that applications are double what ...

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