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The FBI alleges in search warrant affidavits that Feeding Our Future, the state’s largest independent sponsor of federal food programs, submitted false reimbursement records and conspired with business owners who stole and laundered funds as part of a “massive fraud” involving shell companies, kickbacks and dozens of bank accounts.
Concerns about a production issue in her dad's soybean field has led to a prestigious scholarship for Hankinson, North Dakota, student Emma Kratcha.
When a visitor dropped by the new West Fargo store, recently, that world had really gone to the dogs. A tiny Yorkie in a sweater sniffed every treat at ankle level. A Shih Tzu named Oliver eagerly stood on his back legs to beg for a yummy-smelling biscuit. "Dogs are always welcome," says co-owner Megan Pechin Bergseth. "That's why we have treats in our pockets."
Northern Plains Nitrogen has been on the city's radar for a decade.

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Even the pandemic’s grip on the economy loosens, a new challenge is cropping up for child care professionals at the new facility, and for teachers, across the region: an apparent labor shortage.
All of the oil has been contained on site, state regulators reported.
JP FrameShop & Western Edge Gallery celebrating its 37th Christmas in downtown Dickinson.
Lt. Mike Hanel of the Dickinson Police Department provided a tutorial on how the new emergency response data platform called RapidSOS works.
Mandt Market owners Richard and Rachelle Wedel are among an increasing number of North Dakota growers who are local foods producers.
The Northern Plains is predicted to have a colder and snowier winter than last year as it heads into its second La Nina winter.

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The market for used machinery is at a record high with new equipment unavailable and future supply unknown.
The consumer price index rose 0.8% last month after surging 0.9% in October, the Labor Department said on Friday. In the 12 months through November, the CPI accelerated 6.8%. That was the biggest year-on-year rise since June 1982 and followed a 6.2% advance in October.

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