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Three deputies of the Stark County Sheriff's Office were recognized Thursday with promotions in a ceremony at the Stark County District Courthouse. Sheriff Corey Lee said he's grateful for their loyal service to the department and the people of Stark County.
On Wednesday, North Dakota State Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem published an opinion which found that the Hettinger Public School Board violated century code to discuss changing a teacher's contract.
North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem issued an opinion Wednesday that Stark County violated state open records law in delaying response to an open record request.

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A juvenile bald eagle was brought to an animal rehabilitation center in La Crosse, Wisconsin after being hit more than 80 miles away.
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Brent Seaks, president of the Dickinson Public School Board, is currently seeking treatment at CHI St. Alexius Medical Center in Bismarck following a cardiac arrest moment in which two Dickinson firefighters and a doctor helped revive him.
According to a release from the college, Jared Marshall, head coach of the school’s men’s basketball team, is now working as the new athletic director.
This fall, Dickinson State University will begin its all-new one year welding program in response to a high demand for welders in the manufacturing and oil industries
Airport Manager Kelly Braun walked through upcoming projects happening at the Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport.

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An audit by the North Dakota State Auditor’s Office, completed in December of 2020, found six areas for improvement. Stark County has continued their efforts to fix all findings, under the guidance of county auditor Karen Richard and Stark County commissioners.
Several items were discussed earlier this week during the Belfield City Council monthly meeting which included a sewage project, city employee wages and alcohol sales at the Superpumper gas station.
Airport Manager Kelly Braun provided an update on what’s currently happening on the grounds Tuesday during his monthly manager’s report to the Airport Authority Commission.

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