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Here’s some of our top stories from Friday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. Mayoral debate touches major city issues
A crowd of about 50 people gathered at City Hall on Thursday to listen to Dickinson’s three mayoral candidates debate for the first time before the June 14 election. Questions submitted by the public to the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce, which hosted the event, tested the candidates -- current City Commission members Klayton Oltmanns and Scott Decker and longtime local business leader Rod Landblom -- on many of the issues of the day. Debate moderator and state Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner, a Dickinson Republican, prompted the candidates to express their views and differentiate themselves on such matters as public infrastructure, municipal debt, economic and community development, public safety measures and quality of life investments. Hettinger County moves to vote by mail, one location in Mott Voters in Hettinger County will be transitioning into a new voting system for the June 14 election. Mott will have the only poll location available in the county and for residents who are unable to attend, they will have to submit their ballot by mail. “Could this be something really good for us? It might be,” New England council member Lisa Plaggemeyer said. “I think, not many people are willing to give it a shot right now because of the way it was handled.” Plaggemeyer said she was unaware that New England would not be holding its own polling location even after she received an application in the mail to submit for a mail-in ballot. Hoeven, fertilizer dealers oppose anhydrous restrictions [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508557","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]North Dakota politicians and agriculture leaders say a “reinterpretation” of U.S. Department of Labor rules may lead to one-third of North Dakota’s fertilizer retailers eliminating anhydrous ammonia sales. U.S. Sen. John Hoeven said he is working with the state’s Department of Agriculture, producer organizations and fertilizer sales dealers to kill the proposed change that would hold 275 small fertilizer retailers in the state and around 3,800 nationwide to the same standards as much larger warehouse wholesalers, thereby raising costs for the retailers and, in turn, farmers. Burgum endorses Trump, cites his outsider status, business acumen [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508554","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Burgum says he is supporting Donald Trump, the Republican Party's controversial presumptive nominee for president. Burgum is running against North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem in the state's governor's race. Though Stenehjem was endorsed by the North Dakota GOP, Burgum has been campaigning heavily in an effort to defeat Stenehjem in the primary election. Stenehjem was unavailable for comment Thursday night. Four Dickinson State sports ready for end of seasons Dickinson State baseball, softball, rodeo and track and field are all winding down toward the end of their seasons. Baseball and softball begin the North Star Athletic Association tournaments today, track and field is holding its last event at home before the NSAA meet today, and rodeo holds its lone event at home of the season today - which marks the end of the regular season. Today is a busy day to be a Blue Hawk. Insight: May 5, 2016 [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508553","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]On this week's Insight Dustin Monke and Brock White discuss the latest news, including Carson Wentz being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. They also sit down with Terri Thiel from the Dickinson CVB to discuss what's going on at the Theodore Roosevelt National Park this summer. Here’s some of our top stories from Friday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. Mayoral debate touches major city issues [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508558","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A crowd of about 50 people gathered at City Hall on Thursday to listen to Dickinson’s three mayoral candidates debate for the first time before the June 14 election. Questions submitted by the public to the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce, which hosted the event, tested the candidates -- current City Commission members Klayton Oltmanns and Scott Decker and longtime local business leader Rod Landblom -- on many of the issues of the day. Debate moderator and state Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner, a Dickinson Republican, prompted the candidates to express their views and differentiate themselves on such matters as public infrastructure, municipal debt, economic and community development, public safety measures and quality of life investments. Hettinger County moves to vote by mail, one location in Mott Voters in Hettinger County will be transitioning into a new voting system for the June 14 election. Mott will have the only poll location available in the county and for residents who are unable to attend, they will have to submit their ballot by mail. “Could this be something really good for us? It might be,” New England council member Lisa Plaggemeyer said. “I think, not many people are willing to give it a shot right now because of the way it was handled.” Plaggemeyer said she was unaware that New England would not be holding its own polling location even after she received an application in the mail to submit for a mail-in ballot. Hoeven, fertilizer dealers oppose anhydrous restrictions
North Dakota politicians and agriculture leaders say a “reinterpretation” of U.S. Department of Labor rules may lead to one-third of North Dakota’s fertilizer retailers eliminating anhydrous ammonia sales. U.S. Sen. John Hoeven said he is working with the state’s Department of Agriculture, producer organizations and fertilizer sales dealers to kill the proposed change that would hold 275 small fertilizer retailers in the state and around 3,800 nationwide to the same standards as much larger warehouse wholesalers, thereby raising costs for the retailers and, in turn, farmers. Burgum endorses Trump, cites his outsider status, business acumen [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508554","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Burgum says he is supporting Donald Trump, the Republican Party's controversial presumptive nominee for president. Burgum is running against North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem in the state's governor's race. Though Stenehjem was endorsed by the North Dakota GOP, Burgum has been campaigning heavily in an effort to defeat Stenehjem in the primary election. Stenehjem was unavailable for comment Thursday night. Four Dickinson State sports ready for end of seasons Dickinson State baseball, softball, rodeo and track and field are all winding down toward the end of their seasons. Baseball and softball begin the North Star Athletic Association tournaments today, track and field is holding its last event at home before the NSAA meet today, and rodeo holds its lone event at home of the season today - which marks the end of the regular season. Today is a busy day to be a Blue Hawk. Insight: May 5, 2016 [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508553","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]On this week's Insight Dustin Monke and Brock White discuss the latest news, including Carson Wentz being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. They also sit down with Terri Thiel from the Dickinson CVB to discuss what's going on at the Theodore Roosevelt National Park this summer. Here’s some of our top stories from Friday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. Mayoral debate touches major city issues [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508558","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A crowd of about 50 people gathered at City Hall on Thursday to listen to Dickinson’s three mayoral candidates debate for the first time before the June 14 election. Questions submitted by the public to the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce, which hosted the event, tested the candidates -- current City Commission members Klayton Oltmanns and Scott Decker and longtime local business leader Rod Landblom -- on many of the issues of the day. Debate moderator and state Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner, a Dickinson Republican, prompted the candidates to express their views and differentiate themselves on such matters as public infrastructure, municipal debt, economic and community development, public safety measures and quality of life investments. Hettinger County moves to vote by mail, one location in Mott Voters in Hettinger County will be transitioning into a new voting system for the June 14 election. Mott will have the only poll location available in the county and for residents who are unable to attend, they will have to submit their ballot by mail. “Could this be something really good for us? It might be,” New England council member Lisa Plaggemeyer said. “I think, not many people are willing to give it a shot right now because of the way it was handled.” Plaggemeyer said she was unaware that New England would not be holding its own polling location even after she received an application in the mail to submit for a mail-in ballot. Hoeven, fertilizer dealers oppose anhydrous restrictions [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508557","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]North Dakota politicians and agriculture leaders say a “reinterpretation” of U.S. Department of Labor rules may lead to one-third of North Dakota’s fertilizer retailers eliminating anhydrous ammonia sales. U.S. Sen. John Hoeven said he is working with the state’s Department of Agriculture, producer organizations and fertilizer sales dealers to kill the proposed change that would hold 275 small fertilizer retailers in the state and around 3,800 nationwide to the same standards as much larger warehouse wholesalers, thereby raising costs for the retailers and, in turn, farmers. Burgum endorses Trump, cites his outsider status, business acumen
Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Burgum says he is supporting Donald Trump, the Republican Party's controversial presumptive nominee for president. Burgum is running against North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem in the state's governor's race. Though Stenehjem was endorsed by the North Dakota GOP, Burgum has been campaigning heavily in an effort to defeat Stenehjem in the primary election. Stenehjem was unavailable for comment Thursday night. Four Dickinson State sports ready for end of seasons Dickinson State baseball, softball, rodeo and track and field are all winding down toward the end of their seasons. Baseball and softball begin the North Star Athletic Association tournaments today, track and field is holding its last event at home before the NSAA meet today, and rodeo holds its lone event at home of the season today - which marks the end of the regular season. Today is a busy day to be a Blue Hawk. Insight: May 5, 2016 [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508553","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]On this week's Insight Dustin Monke and Brock White discuss the latest news, including Carson Wentz being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. They also sit down with Terri Thiel from the Dickinson CVB to discuss what's going on at the Theodore Roosevelt National Park this summer. Here’s some of our top stories from Friday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. Mayoral debate touches major city issues [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508558","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A crowd of about 50 people gathered at City Hall on Thursday to listen to Dickinson’s three mayoral candidates debate for the first time before the June 14 election. Questions submitted by the public to the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce, which hosted the event, tested the candidates -- current City Commission members Klayton Oltmanns and Scott Decker and longtime local business leader Rod Landblom -- on many of the issues of the day. Debate moderator and state Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner, a Dickinson Republican, prompted the candidates to express their views and differentiate themselves on such matters as public infrastructure, municipal debt, economic and community development, public safety measures and quality of life investments. Hettinger County moves to vote by mail, one location in Mott Voters in Hettinger County will be transitioning into a new voting system for the June 14 election. Mott will have the only poll location available in the county and for residents who are unable to attend, they will have to submit their ballot by mail. “Could this be something really good for us? It might be,” New England council member Lisa Plaggemeyer said. “I think, not many people are willing to give it a shot right now because of the way it was handled.” Plaggemeyer said she was unaware that New England would not be holding its own polling location even after she received an application in the mail to submit for a mail-in ballot. Hoeven, fertilizer dealers oppose anhydrous restrictions [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508557","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]North Dakota politicians and agriculture leaders say a “reinterpretation” of U.S. Department of Labor rules may lead to one-third of North Dakota’s fertilizer retailers eliminating anhydrous ammonia sales. U.S. Sen. John Hoeven said he is working with the state’s Department of Agriculture, producer organizations and fertilizer sales dealers to kill the proposed change that would hold 275 small fertilizer retailers in the state and around 3,800 nationwide to the same standards as much larger warehouse wholesalers, thereby raising costs for the retailers and, in turn, farmers. Burgum endorses Trump, cites his outsider status, business acumen [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508554","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Burgum says he is supporting Donald Trump, the Republican Party's controversial presumptive nominee for president. Burgum is running against North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem in the state's governor's race. Though Stenehjem was endorsed by the North Dakota GOP, Burgum has been campaigning heavily in an effort to defeat Stenehjem in the primary election. Stenehjem was unavailable for comment Thursday night. Four Dickinson State sports ready for end of seasons Dickinson State baseball, softball, rodeo and track and field are all winding down toward the end of their seasons. Baseball and softball begin the North Star Athletic Association tournaments today, track and field is holding its last event at home before the NSAA meet today, and rodeo holds its lone event at home of the season today - which marks the end of the regular season. Today is a busy day to be a Blue Hawk. Insight: May 5, 2016
On this week's Insight Dustin Monke and Brock White discuss the latest news, including Carson Wentz being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. They also sit down with Terri Thiel from the Dickinson CVB to discuss what's going on at the Theodore Roosevelt National Park this summer. Here’s some of our top stories from Friday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.Mayoral debate touches major city issues
A crowd of about 50 people gathered at City Hall on Thursday to listen to Dickinson’s three mayoral candidates debate for the first time before the June 14 election.Questions submitted by the public to the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce, which hosted the event, tested the candidates -- current City Commission members Klayton Oltmanns and Scott Decker and longtime local business leader Rod Landblom -- on many of the issues of the day.Debate moderator and state Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner, a Dickinson Republican, prompted the candidates to express their views and differentiate themselves on such matters as public infrastructure, municipal debt, economic and community development, public safety measures and quality of life investments.Hettinger County moves to vote by mail, one location in MottVoters in Hettinger County will be transitioning into a new voting system for the June 14 election. Mott will have the only poll location available in the county and for residents who are unable to attend, they will have to submit their ballot by mail. “Could this be something really good for us? It might be,” New England council member Lisa Plaggemeyer said. “I think, not many people are willing to give it a shot right now because of the way it was handled.”Plaggemeyer said she was unaware that New England would not be holding its own polling location even after she received an application in the mail to submit for a mail-in ballot.Hoeven, fertilizer dealers oppose anhydrous restrictions[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508557","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]North Dakota politicians and agriculture leaders say a “reinterpretation” of U.S. Department of Labor rules may lead to one-third of North Dakota’s fertilizer retailers eliminating anhydrous ammonia sales.U.S. Sen. John Hoeven said he is working with the state’s Department of Agriculture, producer organizations and fertilizer sales dealers to kill the proposed change that would hold 275 small fertilizer retailers in the state and around 3,800 nationwide to the same standards as much larger warehouse wholesalers, thereby raising costs for the retailers and, in turn, farmers.Burgum endorses Trump, cites his outsider status, business acumen[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508554","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Burgum says he is supporting Donald Trump, the Republican Party's controversial presumptive nominee for president.Burgum is running against North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem in the state's governor's race. Though Stenehjem was endorsed by the North Dakota GOP, Burgum has been campaigning heavily in an effort to defeat Stenehjem in the primary election.Stenehjem was unavailable for comment Thursday night.Four Dickinson State sports ready for end of seasonsDickinson State baseball, softball, rodeo and track and field are all winding down toward the end of their seasons. Baseball and softball begin the North Star Athletic Association tournaments today, track and field is holding its last event at home before the NSAA meet today, and rodeo holds its lone event at home of the season today - which marks the end of the regular season.Today is a busy day to be a Blue Hawk.Insight: May 5, 2016[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508553","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]On this week's Insight Dustin Monke and Brock White discuss the latest news, including Carson Wentz being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. They also sit down with Terri Thiel from the Dickinson CVB to discuss what's going on at the Theodore Roosevelt National Park this summer. Here’s some of our top stories from Friday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.Mayoral debate touches major city issues[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508558","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A crowd of about 50 people gathered at City Hall on Thursday to listen to Dickinson’s three mayoral candidates debate for the first time before the June 14 election.Questions submitted by the public to the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce, which hosted the event, tested the candidates -- current City Commission members Klayton Oltmanns and Scott Decker and longtime local business leader Rod Landblom -- on many of the issues of the day.Debate moderator and state Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner, a Dickinson Republican, prompted the candidates to express their views and differentiate themselves on such matters as public infrastructure, municipal debt, economic and community development, public safety measures and quality of life investments.Hettinger County moves to vote by mail, one location in MottVoters in Hettinger County will be transitioning into a new voting system for the June 14 election. Mott will have the only poll location available in the county and for residents who are unable to attend, they will have to submit their ballot by mail. “Could this be something really good for us? It might be,” New England council member Lisa Plaggemeyer said. “I think, not many people are willing to give it a shot right now because of the way it was handled.”Plaggemeyer said she was unaware that New England would not be holding its own polling location even after she received an application in the mail to submit for a mail-in ballot.Hoeven, fertilizer dealers oppose anhydrous restrictions
North Dakota politicians and agriculture leaders say a “reinterpretation” of U.S. Department of Labor rules may lead to one-third of North Dakota’s fertilizer retailers eliminating anhydrous ammonia sales.U.S. Sen. John Hoeven said he is working with the state’s Department of Agriculture, producer organizations and fertilizer sales dealers to kill the proposed change that would hold 275 small fertilizer retailers in the state and around 3,800 nationwide to the same standards as much larger warehouse wholesalers, thereby raising costs for the retailers and, in turn, farmers.Burgum endorses Trump, cites his outsider status, business acumen[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508554","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Burgum says he is supporting Donald Trump, the Republican Party's controversial presumptive nominee for president.Burgum is running against North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem in the state's governor's race. Though Stenehjem was endorsed by the North Dakota GOP, Burgum has been campaigning heavily in an effort to defeat Stenehjem in the primary election.Stenehjem was unavailable for comment Thursday night.Four Dickinson State sports ready for end of seasonsDickinson State baseball, softball, rodeo and track and field are all winding down toward the end of their seasons. Baseball and softball begin the North Star Athletic Association tournaments today, track and field is holding its last event at home before the NSAA meet today, and rodeo holds its lone event at home of the season today - which marks the end of the regular season.Today is a busy day to be a Blue Hawk.Insight: May 5, 2016[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508553","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]On this week's Insight Dustin Monke and Brock White discuss the latest news, including Carson Wentz being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. They also sit down with Terri Thiel from the Dickinson CVB to discuss what's going on at the Theodore Roosevelt National Park this summer. Here’s some of our top stories from Friday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.Mayoral debate touches major city issues[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508558","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A crowd of about 50 people gathered at City Hall on Thursday to listen to Dickinson’s three mayoral candidates debate for the first time before the June 14 election.Questions submitted by the public to the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce, which hosted the event, tested the candidates -- current City Commission members Klayton Oltmanns and Scott Decker and longtime local business leader Rod Landblom -- on many of the issues of the day.Debate moderator and state Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner, a Dickinson Republican, prompted the candidates to express their views and differentiate themselves on such matters as public infrastructure, municipal debt, economic and community development, public safety measures and quality of life investments.Hettinger County moves to vote by mail, one location in MottVoters in Hettinger County will be transitioning into a new voting system for the June 14 election. Mott will have the only poll location available in the county and for residents who are unable to attend, they will have to submit their ballot by mail. “Could this be something really good for us? It might be,” New England council member Lisa Plaggemeyer said. “I think, not many people are willing to give it a shot right now because of the way it was handled.”Plaggemeyer said she was unaware that New England would not be holding its own polling location even after she received an application in the mail to submit for a mail-in ballot.Hoeven, fertilizer dealers oppose anhydrous restrictions[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508557","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]North Dakota politicians and agriculture leaders say a “reinterpretation” of U.S. Department of Labor rules may lead to one-third of North Dakota’s fertilizer retailers eliminating anhydrous ammonia sales.U.S. Sen. John Hoeven said he is working with the state’s Department of Agriculture, producer organizations and fertilizer sales dealers to kill the proposed change that would hold 275 small fertilizer retailers in the state and around 3,800 nationwide to the same standards as much larger warehouse wholesalers, thereby raising costs for the retailers and, in turn, farmers.Burgum endorses Trump, cites his outsider status, business acumen
Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Burgum says he is supporting Donald Trump, the Republican Party's controversial presumptive nominee for president.Burgum is running against North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem in the state's governor's race. Though Stenehjem was endorsed by the North Dakota GOP, Burgum has been campaigning heavily in an effort to defeat Stenehjem in the primary election.Stenehjem was unavailable for comment Thursday night.Four Dickinson State sports ready for end of seasonsDickinson State baseball, softball, rodeo and track and field are all winding down toward the end of their seasons. Baseball and softball begin the North Star Athletic Association tournaments today, track and field is holding its last event at home before the NSAA meet today, and rodeo holds its lone event at home of the season today - which marks the end of the regular season.Today is a busy day to be a Blue Hawk.Insight: May 5, 2016[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508553","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]On this week's Insight Dustin Monke and Brock White discuss the latest news, including Carson Wentz being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. They also sit down with Terri Thiel from the Dickinson CVB to discuss what's going on at the Theodore Roosevelt National Park this summer. Here’s some of our top stories from Friday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.Mayoral debate touches major city issues[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508558","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A crowd of about 50 people gathered at City Hall on Thursday to listen to Dickinson’s three mayoral candidates debate for the first time before the June 14 election.Questions submitted by the public to the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce, which hosted the event, tested the candidates -- current City Commission members Klayton Oltmanns and Scott Decker and longtime local business leader Rod Landblom -- on many of the issues of the day.Debate moderator and state Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner, a Dickinson Republican, prompted the candidates to express their views and differentiate themselves on such matters as public infrastructure, municipal debt, economic and community development, public safety measures and quality of life investments.Hettinger County moves to vote by mail, one location in MottVoters in Hettinger County will be transitioning into a new voting system for the June 14 election. Mott will have the only poll location available in the county and for residents who are unable to attend, they will have to submit their ballot by mail. “Could this be something really good for us? It might be,” New England council member Lisa Plaggemeyer said. “I think, not many people are willing to give it a shot right now because of the way it was handled.”Plaggemeyer said she was unaware that New England would not be holding its own polling location even after she received an application in the mail to submit for a mail-in ballot.Hoeven, fertilizer dealers oppose anhydrous restrictions[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508557","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]North Dakota politicians and agriculture leaders say a “reinterpretation” of U.S. Department of Labor rules may lead to one-third of North Dakota’s fertilizer retailers eliminating anhydrous ammonia sales.U.S. Sen. John Hoeven said he is working with the state’s Department of Agriculture, producer organizations and fertilizer sales dealers to kill the proposed change that would hold 275 small fertilizer retailers in the state and around 3,800 nationwide to the same standards as much larger warehouse wholesalers, thereby raising costs for the retailers and, in turn, farmers.Burgum endorses Trump, cites his outsider status, business acumen[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2508554","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Burgum says he is supporting Donald Trump, the Republican Party's controversial presumptive nominee for president.Burgum is running against North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem in the state's governor's race. Though Stenehjem was endorsed by the North Dakota GOP, Burgum has been campaigning heavily in an effort to defeat Stenehjem in the primary election.Stenehjem was unavailable for comment Thursday night.Four Dickinson State sports ready for end of seasonsDickinson State baseball, softball, rodeo and track and field are all winding down toward the end of their seasons. Baseball and softball begin the North Star Athletic Association tournaments today, track and field is holding its last event at home before the NSAA meet today, and rodeo holds its lone event at home of the season today - which marks the end of the regular season.Today is a busy day to be a Blue Hawk.Insight: May 5, 2016
On this week's Insight Dustin Monke and Brock White discuss the latest news, including Carson Wentz being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. They also sit down with Terri Thiel from the Dickinson CVB to discuss what's going on at the Theodore Roosevelt National Park this summer.

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