The Dickinson Police Department announced that Southwest Narcotics Task Force agents have discovered methamphetamine that is being laced with an opioid, possibly fentanyl. A recent string of narcotic overdoses in the Dickinson area has prompted the police to issue a public advisory on the outbreak.
The university said they remain committed to valuing high-performing high school, transfer and non-traditional students and providing a litany of financial opportunities and student resources to reduce burdens.
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The Accumulated Cyclone Energy index this season was 22% lower than average.
On Nov. 8, South Dakotans rejected a ballot measure that would have legalized marijuana in the state among anyone 21 years and over. Now, the more than 100 businesses clamoring for a piece of this industry will have to attempt to sustain themselves on a few thousand medical patients.
Armacost says UND hockey coach had no conflict of interest concerning daughter’s ownership of NODAK LLC
Review by North Dakota's assistant Attorney General found no wrongdoing
Christopher Thompson is accused of driving under the influence when he crashed into a tree last month. The crash killed Red River Valley Sugarbeet Growers Association Treasurer Jason Schatzke.
Plain Talk: UND President Armacost says it's up to Coach Berry to address trademark controversy publicly
"That'll be for Coach Berry to make a determination," UND President Andrew Armacost said on this episode of Plain Talk.
Port: UND doesn't own the trademark for hugely popular 'NODAK' jerseys, but the hockey coach's daughter does
"There are significant questions of ethics and competency here, and UND owes us answers," Rob Port writes.
The policy faces another hurdle as the administration contests a separate Nov. 10 ruling by a federal judge in Texas deeming the program unlawful.
Scott Peterson, deputy director of the North Dakota Game and Fish Department, said there's “a pretty high likelihood” a bill will be introduced to strip the department of its authority to ban the practice of baiting for deer.
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