Dickinson Museum Center reopens
The Dickinson Museum Center reopened Mon., May 11, after closing to comply with an executive order due to the spread of COVID-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus.
To limit the spread of contagion, the museum asks that visitors practice social distancing, limit the size of their group to 10 or less and stay home if they are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
Plexi glass will separate museum staff from visitors. The flow of traffic will be guided by signage to encourage one-way traffic. All hands-on exhibits have been removed or covered.
Visitors are encouraged to wear a mask but are not required to do so, nor is staff. Hand sanitizer is also available.
The museum will operate from 9 am to 5 pm Mon. through Sat., but Toddler Tuesdays are cancelled until further notice.
Admission to the museum is $6 for adults, $5 for seniors age 65 and older, or $4 for children.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park partially reopens
The North Unit, South Unit and Elkhorn Unit reopened to the public May 9 as part of a phased re-opening of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
In the first phase of re-opening, roads, trails, overlooks, picnic areas, vault toilets and flush toilets in the picnic and campground areas will be open.
The South Unit Visitor Center, North Unit Visitor Center, Painted Canyon Visitor Center and rest area will remain closed, as well as entrance stations and campgrounds.
Farmers Union Insurance announce top producers
North Dakota Farmers Union Insurance based in Jamestown, ND announced that Daryl Kudrna and Aaron Johansen of Dickinson, were a top 5 producer of New FUMI Commercial Lines Sales and New FUMI Personal Lines Sales for the month of March.