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Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Download our app from the App Store and sign up for our email alerts. Dickinson manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals quietly produces wedding veils for brides across the country
Dickinson wedding veil and headpiece manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals keeps a low profile. Owner and operator Judy Pletan said the shop in north Dickinson makes and sells wedding veils and headpieces wholesale to more than 900 bridal stores throughout the country, including Special Occasions in Dickinson, and White Lace and Promise in Bismarck. She was sure to clarify that J.L.Johnson does not sell to individual brides themselves. “Nobody has had to know that we’re here, and that’s kind of why,” she said. Bank of ND could lose $500M in assets to economic downturn The Bank of North Dakota expects to lose $400 million to $500 million in assets during the current economic downturn, but President Eric Hardmeyer said the state-owned bank will remain on solid footing and proceed with construction of a $17 million financial services center. The bank’s assets have more than tripled over the past decade, from just more than $2 billion in 2005 to slightly more than $7.4 billion last year, driven largely by strong energy and agricultural sectors. But plunging crude oil and farm commodity prices have sent state tax revenues tumbling, with a $1.07 billion shortfall projected by July 2017. Lake tenants will pay more [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353699","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]People with exclusive use of property on three Bureau of Reclamation lakes in North Dakota will pay significantly more for an annual lease starting next year. The bureau is responding to an appraisal that looked at local values in deciding the higher lease rates, says agency spokeswoman Patience Hurley. The increases affect property on Lake Tschida near Elgin, Lake Patterson near Dickinson and the Jamestown reservoir, where the bureau has issued exclusive use permits, either for trailers or permanent homes and cabins. Hops abrew in Montana: Locally grown hops support the growing craft beer industry [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353698","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Montanans are known for their love of good, hearty beer, and that love is spilling over into the hops industry. According to the Montana Brewers Association, a statewide association of breweries organized for the purpose of promoting the production and sales of Montana beers, there are 53 licensed breweries operating in the state, up from just 33 licensed breweries four years ago. Montana breweries use more than 7 million pounds of malted grain annually, approximately half of which is grown in the state. With sales in 24 states to more than 5,000 retailers, the beer industry generates approximately $36 million in revenue with more than 500 employees. New England’s Bender looking to lead another Region 7 run [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353696","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Hunter Wolf has been guarding Brady Bender since the third grade, so he has a pretty good idea of how to contain him. “I can stop him pretty good,” Wolf said of his backcourt mate on the New England boys basketball team. “I’ve learned what he does over the years.” Few teams in Region 7 have been so lucky, however. Police Blotter: Man arrested for meth during traffic stop [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353697","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson resident Jesse Fischer, 29, was arrested during a traffic stop around 12:15 a.m. Friday on the 700 block of Fifth Avenue Southwest for possession of methamphetamine, a Class C felony, along with meth and marijuana paraphernalias. He also had an outstanding Stark County warrant for failure to comply. Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Download our app from the App Store and sign up for our email alerts. Dickinson manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals quietly produces wedding veils for brides across the country [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353700","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson wedding veil and headpiece manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals keeps a low profile. Owner and operator Judy Pletan said the shop in north Dickinson makes and sells wedding veils and headpieces wholesale to more than 900 bridal stores throughout the country, including Special Occasions in Dickinson, and White Lace and Promise in Bismarck. She was sure to clarify that J.L.Johnson does not sell to individual brides themselves. “Nobody has had to know that we’re here, and that’s kind of why,” she said. Bank of ND could lose $500M in assets to economic downturn The Bank of North Dakota expects to lose $400 million to $500 million in assets during the current economic downturn, but President Eric Hardmeyer said the state-owned bank will remain on solid footing and proceed with construction of a $17 million financial services center. The bank’s assets have more than tripled over the past decade, from just more than $2 billion in 2005 to slightly more than $7.4 billion last year, driven largely by strong energy and agricultural sectors. But plunging crude oil and farm commodity prices have sent state tax revenues tumbling, with a $1.07 billion shortfall projected by July 2017. Lake tenants will pay more
People with exclusive use of property on three Bureau of Reclamation lakes in North Dakota will pay significantly more for an annual lease starting next year. The bureau is responding to an appraisal that looked at local values in deciding the higher lease rates, says agency spokeswoman Patience Hurley. The increases affect property on Lake Tschida near Elgin, Lake Patterson near Dickinson and the Jamestown reservoir, where the bureau has issued exclusive use permits, either for trailers or permanent homes and cabins. Hops abrew in Montana: Locally grown hops support the growing craft beer industry [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353698","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Montanans are known for their love of good, hearty beer, and that love is spilling over into the hops industry. According to the Montana Brewers Association, a statewide association of breweries organized for the purpose of promoting the production and sales of Montana beers, there are 53 licensed breweries operating in the state, up from just 33 licensed breweries four years ago. Montana breweries use more than 7 million pounds of malted grain annually, approximately half of which is grown in the state. With sales in 24 states to more than 5,000 retailers, the beer industry generates approximately $36 million in revenue with more than 500 employees. New England’s Bender looking to lead another Region 7 run [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353696","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Hunter Wolf has been guarding Brady Bender since the third grade, so he has a pretty good idea of how to contain him. “I can stop him pretty good,” Wolf said of his backcourt mate on the New England boys basketball team. “I’ve learned what he does over the years.” Few teams in Region 7 have been so lucky, however. Police Blotter: Man arrested for meth during traffic stop [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353697","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson resident Jesse Fischer, 29, was arrested during a traffic stop around 12:15 a.m. Friday on the 700 block of Fifth Avenue Southwest for possession of methamphetamine, a Class C felony, along with meth and marijuana paraphernalias. He also had an outstanding Stark County warrant for failure to comply. Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Download our app from the App Store and sign up for our email alerts. Dickinson manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals quietly produces wedding veils for brides across the country [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353700","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson wedding veil and headpiece manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals keeps a low profile. Owner and operator Judy Pletan said the shop in north Dickinson makes and sells wedding veils and headpieces wholesale to more than 900 bridal stores throughout the country, including Special Occasions in Dickinson, and White Lace and Promise in Bismarck. She was sure to clarify that J.L.Johnson does not sell to individual brides themselves. “Nobody has had to know that we’re here, and that’s kind of why,” she said. Bank of ND could lose $500M in assets to economic downturn The Bank of North Dakota expects to lose $400 million to $500 million in assets during the current economic downturn, but President Eric Hardmeyer said the state-owned bank will remain on solid footing and proceed with construction of a $17 million financial services center. The bank’s assets have more than tripled over the past decade, from just more than $2 billion in 2005 to slightly more than $7.4 billion last year, driven largely by strong energy and agricultural sectors. But plunging crude oil and farm commodity prices have sent state tax revenues tumbling, with a $1.07 billion shortfall projected by July 2017. Lake tenants will pay more [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353699","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]People with exclusive use of property on three Bureau of Reclamation lakes in North Dakota will pay significantly more for an annual lease starting next year. The bureau is responding to an appraisal that looked at local values in deciding the higher lease rates, says agency spokeswoman Patience Hurley. The increases affect property on Lake Tschida near Elgin, Lake Patterson near Dickinson and the Jamestown reservoir, where the bureau has issued exclusive use permits, either for trailers or permanent homes and cabins. Hops abrew in Montana: Locally grown hops support the growing craft beer industry
Montanans are known for their love of good, hearty beer, and that love is spilling over into the hops industry. According to the Montana Brewers Association, a statewide association of breweries organized for the purpose of promoting the production and sales of Montana beers, there are 53 licensed breweries operating in the state, up from just 33 licensed breweries four years ago. Montana breweries use more than 7 million pounds of malted grain annually, approximately half of which is grown in the state. With sales in 24 states to more than 5,000 retailers, the beer industry generates approximately $36 million in revenue with more than 500 employees. New England’s Bender looking to lead another Region 7 run [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353696","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Hunter Wolf has been guarding Brady Bender since the third grade, so he has a pretty good idea of how to contain him. “I can stop him pretty good,” Wolf said of his backcourt mate on the New England boys basketball team. “I’ve learned what he does over the years.” Few teams in Region 7 have been so lucky, however. Police Blotter: Man arrested for meth during traffic stop [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353697","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson resident Jesse Fischer, 29, was arrested during a traffic stop around 12:15 a.m. Friday on the 700 block of Fifth Avenue Southwest for possession of methamphetamine, a Class C felony, along with meth and marijuana paraphernalias. He also had an outstanding Stark County warrant for failure to comply. Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Download our app from the App Store and sign up for our email alerts. Dickinson manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals quietly produces wedding veils for brides across the country [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353700","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson wedding veil and headpiece manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals keeps a low profile. Owner and operator Judy Pletan said the shop in north Dickinson makes and sells wedding veils and headpieces wholesale to more than 900 bridal stores throughout the country, including Special Occasions in Dickinson, and White Lace and Promise in Bismarck. She was sure to clarify that J.L.Johnson does not sell to individual brides themselves. “Nobody has had to know that we’re here, and that’s kind of why,” she said. Bank of ND could lose $500M in assets to economic downturn The Bank of North Dakota expects to lose $400 million to $500 million in assets during the current economic downturn, but President Eric Hardmeyer said the state-owned bank will remain on solid footing and proceed with construction of a $17 million financial services center. The bank’s assets have more than tripled over the past decade, from just more than $2 billion in 2005 to slightly more than $7.4 billion last year, driven largely by strong energy and agricultural sectors. But plunging crude oil and farm commodity prices have sent state tax revenues tumbling, with a $1.07 billion shortfall projected by July 2017. Lake tenants will pay more [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353699","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]People with exclusive use of property on three Bureau of Reclamation lakes in North Dakota will pay significantly more for an annual lease starting next year. The bureau is responding to an appraisal that looked at local values in deciding the higher lease rates, says agency spokeswoman Patience Hurley. The increases affect property on Lake Tschida near Elgin, Lake Patterson near Dickinson and the Jamestown reservoir, where the bureau has issued exclusive use permits, either for trailers or permanent homes and cabins. Hops abrew in Montana: Locally grown hops support the growing craft beer industry [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353698","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Montanans are known for their love of good, hearty beer, and that love is spilling over into the hops industry. According to the Montana Brewers Association, a statewide association of breweries organized for the purpose of promoting the production and sales of Montana beers, there are 53 licensed breweries operating in the state, up from just 33 licensed breweries four years ago. Montana breweries use more than 7 million pounds of malted grain annually, approximately half of which is grown in the state. With sales in 24 states to more than 5,000 retailers, the beer industry generates approximately $36 million in revenue with more than 500 employees. New England’s Bender looking to lead another Region 7 run
Hunter Wolf has been guarding Brady Bender since the third grade, so he has a pretty good idea of how to contain him. “I can stop him pretty good,” Wolf said of his backcourt mate on the New England boys basketball team. “I’ve learned what he does over the years.” Few teams in Region 7 have been so lucky, however. Police Blotter: Man arrested for meth during traffic stop [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353697","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson resident Jesse Fischer, 29, was arrested during a traffic stop around 12:15 a.m. Friday on the 700 block of Fifth Avenue Southwest for possession of methamphetamine, a Class C felony, along with meth and marijuana paraphernalias. He also had an outstanding Stark County warrant for failure to comply. Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Download our app from the App Store and sign up for our email alerts. Dickinson manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals quietly produces wedding veils for brides across the country [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353700","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson wedding veil and headpiece manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals keeps a low profile. Owner and operator Judy Pletan said the shop in north Dickinson makes and sells wedding veils and headpieces wholesale to more than 900 bridal stores throughout the country, including Special Occasions in Dickinson, and White Lace and Promise in Bismarck. She was sure to clarify that J.L.Johnson does not sell to individual brides themselves. “Nobody has had to know that we’re here, and that’s kind of why,” she said. Bank of ND could lose $500M in assets to economic downturn The Bank of North Dakota expects to lose $400 million to $500 million in assets during the current economic downturn, but President Eric Hardmeyer said the state-owned bank will remain on solid footing and proceed with construction of a $17 million financial services center. The bank’s assets have more than tripled over the past decade, from just more than $2 billion in 2005 to slightly more than $7.4 billion last year, driven largely by strong energy and agricultural sectors. But plunging crude oil and farm commodity prices have sent state tax revenues tumbling, with a $1.07 billion shortfall projected by July 2017. Lake tenants will pay more [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353699","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]People with exclusive use of property on three Bureau of Reclamation lakes in North Dakota will pay significantly more for an annual lease starting next year. The bureau is responding to an appraisal that looked at local values in deciding the higher lease rates, says agency spokeswoman Patience Hurley. The increases affect property on Lake Tschida near Elgin, Lake Patterson near Dickinson and the Jamestown reservoir, where the bureau has issued exclusive use permits, either for trailers or permanent homes and cabins. Hops abrew in Montana: Locally grown hops support the growing craft beer industry [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353698","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Montanans are known for their love of good, hearty beer, and that love is spilling over into the hops industry. According to the Montana Brewers Association, a statewide association of breweries organized for the purpose of promoting the production and sales of Montana beers, there are 53 licensed breweries operating in the state, up from just 33 licensed breweries four years ago. Montana breweries use more than 7 million pounds of malted grain annually, approximately half of which is grown in the state. With sales in 24 states to more than 5,000 retailers, the beer industry generates approximately $36 million in revenue with more than 500 employees. New England’s Bender looking to lead another Region 7 run [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353696","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Hunter Wolf has been guarding Brady Bender since the third grade, so he has a pretty good idea of how to contain him. “I can stop him pretty good,” Wolf said of his backcourt mate on the New England boys basketball team. “I’ve learned what he does over the years.” Few teams in Region 7 have been so lucky, however. Police Blotter: Man arrested for meth during traffic stop
Dickinson resident Jesse Fischer, 29, was arrested during a traffic stop around 12:15 a.m. Friday on the 700 block of Fifth Avenue Southwest for possession of methamphetamine, a Class C felony, along with meth and marijuana paraphernalias. He also had an outstanding Stark County warrant for failure to comply. Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Download our app from the App Store and sign up for our email alerts.Dickinson manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals quietly produces wedding veils for brides across the country
Dickinson wedding veil and headpiece manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals keeps a low profile. Owner and operator Judy Pletan said the shop in north Dickinson makes and sells wedding veils and headpieces wholesale to more than 900 bridal stores throughout the country, including Special Occasions in Dickinson, and White Lace and Promise in Bismarck.She was sure to clarify that J.L.Johnson does not sell to individual brides themselves.“Nobody has had to know that we’re here, and that’s kind of why,” she said.Bank of ND could lose $500M in assets to economic downturnThe Bank of North Dakota expects to lose $400 million to $500 million in assets during the current economic downturn, but President Eric Hardmeyer said the state-owned bank will remain on solid footing and proceed with construction of a $17 million financial services center.The bank’s assets have more than tripled over the past decade, from just more than $2 billion in 2005 to slightly more than $7.4 billion last year, driven largely by strong energy and agricultural sectors.But plunging crude oil and farm commodity prices have sent state tax revenues tumbling, with a $1.07 billion shortfall projected by July 2017.Lake tenants will pay more[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353699","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]People with exclusive use of property on three Bureau of Reclamation lakes in North Dakota will pay significantly more for an annual lease starting next year.The bureau is responding to an appraisal that looked at local values in deciding the higher lease rates, says agency spokeswoman Patience Hurley.The increases affect property on Lake Tschida near Elgin, Lake Patterson near Dickinson and the Jamestown reservoir, where the bureau has issued exclusive use permits, either for trailers or permanent homes and cabins.Hops abrew in Montana: Locally grown hops support the growing craft beer industry[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353698","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Montanans are known for their love of good, hearty beer, and that love is spilling over into the hops industry.According to the Montana Brewers Association, a statewide association of breweries organized for the purpose of promoting the production and sales of Montana beers, there are 53 licensed breweries operating in the state, up from just 33 licensed breweries four years ago. Montana breweries use more than 7 million pounds of malted grain annually, approximately half of which is grown in the state. With sales in 24 states to more than 5,000 retailers, the beer industry generates approximately $36 million in revenue with more than 500 employees.New England’s Bender looking to lead another Region 7 run[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353696","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Hunter Wolf has been guarding Brady Bender since the third grade, so he has a pretty good idea of how to contain him.“I can stop him pretty good,” Wolf said of his backcourt mate on the New England boys basketball team. “I’ve learned what he does over the years.”Few teams in Region 7 have been so lucky, however.Police Blotter: Man arrested for meth during traffic stop[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353697","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson resident Jesse Fischer, 29, was arrested during a traffic stop around 12:15 a.m. Friday on the 700 block of Fifth Avenue Southwest for possession of methamphetamine, a Class C felony, along with meth and marijuana paraphernalias. He also had an outstanding Stark County warrant for failure to comply.Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Download our app from the App Store and sign up for our email alerts.Dickinson manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals quietly produces wedding veils for brides across the country[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353700","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson wedding veil and headpiece manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals keeps a low profile. Owner and operator Judy Pletan said the shop in north Dickinson makes and sells wedding veils and headpieces wholesale to more than 900 bridal stores throughout the country, including Special Occasions in Dickinson, and White Lace and Promise in Bismarck.She was sure to clarify that J.L.Johnson does not sell to individual brides themselves.“Nobody has had to know that we’re here, and that’s kind of why,” she said.Bank of ND could lose $500M in assets to economic downturnThe Bank of North Dakota expects to lose $400 million to $500 million in assets during the current economic downturn, but President Eric Hardmeyer said the state-owned bank will remain on solid footing and proceed with construction of a $17 million financial services center.The bank’s assets have more than tripled over the past decade, from just more than $2 billion in 2005 to slightly more than $7.4 billion last year, driven largely by strong energy and agricultural sectors.But plunging crude oil and farm commodity prices have sent state tax revenues tumbling, with a $1.07 billion shortfall projected by July 2017.Lake tenants will pay more
People with exclusive use of property on three Bureau of Reclamation lakes in North Dakota will pay significantly more for an annual lease starting next year.The bureau is responding to an appraisal that looked at local values in deciding the higher lease rates, says agency spokeswoman Patience Hurley.The increases affect property on Lake Tschida near Elgin, Lake Patterson near Dickinson and the Jamestown reservoir, where the bureau has issued exclusive use permits, either for trailers or permanent homes and cabins.Hops abrew in Montana: Locally grown hops support the growing craft beer industry[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353698","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Montanans are known for their love of good, hearty beer, and that love is spilling over into the hops industry.According to the Montana Brewers Association, a statewide association of breweries organized for the purpose of promoting the production and sales of Montana beers, there are 53 licensed breweries operating in the state, up from just 33 licensed breweries four years ago. Montana breweries use more than 7 million pounds of malted grain annually, approximately half of which is grown in the state. With sales in 24 states to more than 5,000 retailers, the beer industry generates approximately $36 million in revenue with more than 500 employees.New England’s Bender looking to lead another Region 7 run[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353696","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Hunter Wolf has been guarding Brady Bender since the third grade, so he has a pretty good idea of how to contain him.“I can stop him pretty good,” Wolf said of his backcourt mate on the New England boys basketball team. “I’ve learned what he does over the years.”Few teams in Region 7 have been so lucky, however.Police Blotter: Man arrested for meth during traffic stop[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353697","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson resident Jesse Fischer, 29, was arrested during a traffic stop around 12:15 a.m. Friday on the 700 block of Fifth Avenue Southwest for possession of methamphetamine, a Class C felony, along with meth and marijuana paraphernalias. He also had an outstanding Stark County warrant for failure to comply.Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Download our app from the App Store and sign up for our email alerts.Dickinson manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals quietly produces wedding veils for brides across the country[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353700","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson wedding veil and headpiece manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals keeps a low profile. Owner and operator Judy Pletan said the shop in north Dickinson makes and sells wedding veils and headpieces wholesale to more than 900 bridal stores throughout the country, including Special Occasions in Dickinson, and White Lace and Promise in Bismarck.She was sure to clarify that J.L.Johnson does not sell to individual brides themselves.“Nobody has had to know that we’re here, and that’s kind of why,” she said.Bank of ND could lose $500M in assets to economic downturnThe Bank of North Dakota expects to lose $400 million to $500 million in assets during the current economic downturn, but President Eric Hardmeyer said the state-owned bank will remain on solid footing and proceed with construction of a $17 million financial services center.The bank’s assets have more than tripled over the past decade, from just more than $2 billion in 2005 to slightly more than $7.4 billion last year, driven largely by strong energy and agricultural sectors.But plunging crude oil and farm commodity prices have sent state tax revenues tumbling, with a $1.07 billion shortfall projected by July 2017.Lake tenants will pay more[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353699","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]People with exclusive use of property on three Bureau of Reclamation lakes in North Dakota will pay significantly more for an annual lease starting next year.The bureau is responding to an appraisal that looked at local values in deciding the higher lease rates, says agency spokeswoman Patience Hurley.The increases affect property on Lake Tschida near Elgin, Lake Patterson near Dickinson and the Jamestown reservoir, where the bureau has issued exclusive use permits, either for trailers or permanent homes and cabins.Hops abrew in Montana: Locally grown hops support the growing craft beer industry
Montanans are known for their love of good, hearty beer, and that love is spilling over into the hops industry.According to the Montana Brewers Association, a statewide association of breweries organized for the purpose of promoting the production and sales of Montana beers, there are 53 licensed breweries operating in the state, up from just 33 licensed breweries four years ago. Montana breweries use more than 7 million pounds of malted grain annually, approximately half of which is grown in the state. With sales in 24 states to more than 5,000 retailers, the beer industry generates approximately $36 million in revenue with more than 500 employees.New England’s Bender looking to lead another Region 7 run[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353696","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Hunter Wolf has been guarding Brady Bender since the third grade, so he has a pretty good idea of how to contain him.“I can stop him pretty good,” Wolf said of his backcourt mate on the New England boys basketball team. “I’ve learned what he does over the years.”Few teams in Region 7 have been so lucky, however.Police Blotter: Man arrested for meth during traffic stop[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353697","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson resident Jesse Fischer, 29, was arrested during a traffic stop around 12:15 a.m. Friday on the 700 block of Fifth Avenue Southwest for possession of methamphetamine, a Class C felony, along with meth and marijuana paraphernalias. He also had an outstanding Stark County warrant for failure to comply.Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Download our app from the App Store and sign up for our email alerts.Dickinson manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals quietly produces wedding veils for brides across the country[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353700","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson wedding veil and headpiece manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals keeps a low profile. Owner and operator Judy Pletan said the shop in north Dickinson makes and sells wedding veils and headpieces wholesale to more than 900 bridal stores throughout the country, including Special Occasions in Dickinson, and White Lace and Promise in Bismarck.She was sure to clarify that J.L.Johnson does not sell to individual brides themselves.“Nobody has had to know that we’re here, and that’s kind of why,” she said.Bank of ND could lose $500M in assets to economic downturnThe Bank of North Dakota expects to lose $400 million to $500 million in assets during the current economic downturn, but President Eric Hardmeyer said the state-owned bank will remain on solid footing and proceed with construction of a $17 million financial services center.The bank’s assets have more than tripled over the past decade, from just more than $2 billion in 2005 to slightly more than $7.4 billion last year, driven largely by strong energy and agricultural sectors.But plunging crude oil and farm commodity prices have sent state tax revenues tumbling, with a $1.07 billion shortfall projected by July 2017.Lake tenants will pay more[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353699","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]People with exclusive use of property on three Bureau of Reclamation lakes in North Dakota will pay significantly more for an annual lease starting next year.The bureau is responding to an appraisal that looked at local values in deciding the higher lease rates, says agency spokeswoman Patience Hurley.The increases affect property on Lake Tschida near Elgin, Lake Patterson near Dickinson and the Jamestown reservoir, where the bureau has issued exclusive use permits, either for trailers or permanent homes and cabins.Hops abrew in Montana: Locally grown hops support the growing craft beer industry[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353698","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Montanans are known for their love of good, hearty beer, and that love is spilling over into the hops industry.According to the Montana Brewers Association, a statewide association of breweries organized for the purpose of promoting the production and sales of Montana beers, there are 53 licensed breweries operating in the state, up from just 33 licensed breweries four years ago. Montana breweries use more than 7 million pounds of malted grain annually, approximately half of which is grown in the state. With sales in 24 states to more than 5,000 retailers, the beer industry generates approximately $36 million in revenue with more than 500 employees.New England’s Bender looking to lead another Region 7 run
Hunter Wolf has been guarding Brady Bender since the third grade, so he has a pretty good idea of how to contain him.“I can stop him pretty good,” Wolf said of his backcourt mate on the New England boys basketball team. “I’ve learned what he does over the years.”Few teams in Region 7 have been so lucky, however.Police Blotter: Man arrested for meth during traffic stop[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353697","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson resident Jesse Fischer, 29, was arrested during a traffic stop around 12:15 a.m. Friday on the 700 block of Fifth Avenue Southwest for possession of methamphetamine, a Class C felony, along with meth and marijuana paraphernalias. He also had an outstanding Stark County warrant for failure to comply.Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Download our app from the App Store and sign up for our email alerts.Dickinson manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals quietly produces wedding veils for brides across the country[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353700","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Dickinson wedding veil and headpiece manufacturer J.L.Johnson Bridals keeps a low profile. Owner and operator Judy Pletan said the shop in north Dickinson makes and sells wedding veils and headpieces wholesale to more than 900 bridal stores throughout the country, including Special Occasions in Dickinson, and White Lace and Promise in Bismarck.She was sure to clarify that J.L.Johnson does not sell to individual brides themselves.“Nobody has had to know that we’re here, and that’s kind of why,” she said.Bank of ND could lose $500M in assets to economic downturnThe Bank of North Dakota expects to lose $400 million to $500 million in assets during the current economic downturn, but President Eric Hardmeyer said the state-owned bank will remain on solid footing and proceed with construction of a $17 million financial services center.The bank’s assets have more than tripled over the past decade, from just more than $2 billion in 2005 to slightly more than $7.4 billion last year, driven largely by strong energy and agricultural sectors.But plunging crude oil and farm commodity prices have sent state tax revenues tumbling, with a $1.07 billion shortfall projected by July 2017.Lake tenants will pay more[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353699","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]People with exclusive use of property on three Bureau of Reclamation lakes in North Dakota will pay significantly more for an annual lease starting next year.The bureau is responding to an appraisal that looked at local values in deciding the higher lease rates, says agency spokeswoman Patience Hurley.The increases affect property on Lake Tschida near Elgin, Lake Patterson near Dickinson and the Jamestown reservoir, where the bureau has issued exclusive use permits, either for trailers or permanent homes and cabins.Hops abrew in Montana: Locally grown hops support the growing craft beer industry[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353698","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Montanans are known for their love of good, hearty beer, and that love is spilling over into the hops industry.According to the Montana Brewers Association, a statewide association of breweries organized for the purpose of promoting the production and sales of Montana beers, there are 53 licensed breweries operating in the state, up from just 33 licensed breweries four years ago. Montana breweries use more than 7 million pounds of malted grain annually, approximately half of which is grown in the state. With sales in 24 states to more than 5,000 retailers, the beer industry generates approximately $36 million in revenue with more than 500 employees.New England’s Bender looking to lead another Region 7 run[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2353696","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Hunter Wolf has been guarding Brady Bender since the third grade, so he has a pretty good idea of how to contain him.“I can stop him pretty good,” Wolf said of his backcourt mate on the New England boys basketball team. “I’ve learned what he does over the years.”Few teams in Region 7 have been so lucky, however.Police Blotter: Man arrested for meth during traffic stop
Dickinson resident Jesse Fischer, 29, was arrested during a traffic stop around 12:15 a.m. Friday on the 700 block of Fifth Avenue Southwest for possession of methamphetamine, a Class C felony, along with meth and marijuana paraphernalias. He also had an outstanding Stark County warrant for failure to comply.

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