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“This is a nationwide problem. Inflation is damaging our national and local economies in ways that no one could have imagined, because the last time it was this bad was over 40 years ago,” says Neal Messer, Stark County Commissioner.
“We continue to work with JE Dunn on the construction and they hope to continue the construction during the summer months... contractors have done a great job pumping the water off and continue to work every single day and move as fast as they can,” said Kristen Fleury, Dickinson State University assistant athletic director
The driver was ejected from his pickup truck and was fatally injured, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol said. The truck started on fire after the rollover.
Sunrise Youth Bureau became the first agency in North Dakota to acquire its shelter care certification. The Sunrise Youth Bureau and an administrator with the Children and Family Services Division at the North Dakota Department of Human Services share more about the impact the certification will have for western North Dakota.
A host of Stark County officials convened for a brainstorming meeting related to a proposal to hire a grant writer that will service rural communities with financial growth opportunities.
The four major areas of infrastructure that were part of the task order include the city’s water system, sanitary/sewer collection system, stormwater management and street inventory.

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The Stark County Sheriff’s Office has received several complaints of a person calling on the phone, claiming to be a deputy from the Stark County Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s office advises the public to be on the lookout for this type of scam.
During last week's Stark County Commission meeting, the county's auditor/treasurer advised the board of commissioners that a grant writer is in immediate need for smaller communities who are struggling to find adequate funds to support infrastructure projects.
Stark County Emergency Management is requesting that residents report any damages incurred from the July 3 storm.

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