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During a bimonthly meeting Tuesday, the Dickinson City Commission discussed a public library expansion project, the creation of an official city seal and passed a proclamation in observance of National Poppy Day.
The Federal Reserve has become aggressive in their fight against inflation by raising interest rates and accumulating debt rates. Auto loans have yet to catch up with these rising rates, which has led many people to purchase new vehicles before the rates catch up.
The 2022 Stark County primary elections will feature several important local races and two measures.
Killdeer's City Commission met Monday evening for its bimonthly meeting. A wide array of issues were discussed, including the new school building, cleanup week and the old Killdeer rodeo grounds.

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Lorenzo Pemberton, 28, was resentenced for attempted murder after agreeing to a plea deal at the Stark County Courthouse Tuesday. The initial charge was vacated by the state's highest court, due to an error in the jury instructions.
In 1981 Jim Hessler founded the Dickinson Police Department’s chaplaincy program, providing comfort to officers and civilians in times of tragedy. He’s been an asset to his community ever since.
"I will work tirelessly to build relationships with other legislators in order to effectively accomplish best outcomes for District 39 and the state," said Lyn James
About 80 volunteers visited Medora on Saturday to help refresh the wooden children’s park downtown — which stands as a symbol for the power of volunteerism in Medora.
In a news release, police said officers were dispatched around 6 p.m. Saturday to the area around the pedestrian bridge near the north boat landing for a report of a "deceased person caught in a log jam."

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Louters' first four-year term on the board was scheduled to conclude at the end of June and she was eligible for reappointment for a second term. In a statement on Friday, Louters said she has accepted a part-time position with the North Dakota State University Extension Service.
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“(So) less talk about purchasing school buses and putting shingles on roofs… Not that those don’t matter, but we’re all here for kids,” Superintendent Marcus Lewton said.

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