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The late Brian Roth was recognized for his “vision, leadership and dedication which has enabled the Southwest Pipeline Project to provide water to the residents of southwestern North Dakota.”
The Dickinson Police Department would like to remind the public that the discharge of fireworks within city limits in Dickinson is unlawful. Winter parking will also be enforced throughout the rest of winter.
This funding opportunity is part of an ongoing effort to increase access to vital treatment services for North Dakotans with substance use disorders and other behavioral health needs.
This new contract, which begins in January 2022, will allow Eckert Youth Homes to increase capacity from eight to 10 youth in need of this intensive service after community-based treatment options have been ruled out.

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The Association of Fundraising Professionals Northern Plains Chapter awarded its 2021 Outstanding Volunteer Award to Shirley K. Dukart of Dickinson.
From now through Friday, Dec. 31, Sax Motor Co. will match dollar for dollar up to $5,000. Each dollar that a person donates helps provide six meals to those in need.
The North Dakota Department of Human Services’ Behavioral Health Division announced a new opportunity for all North Dakota professionals working in schools to help support the behavioral health of their students with emphasis on suicide prevention.
On Veterans Day this week, the City of Dickinson Baler Building and landfill will be closed.
The City of Dickinson is asking residents to avoid placing glass in the recycle bins; discussions on proposed improvements in Dickinson to have public commentary; law enforcement to conduct sobriety checkpoints and saturation patrols during Roughrider Days; and more.
The Stark County Sheriff's Office recent social media post gave warning to those travelling during the holiday week. Due to the icy roads and heavy fog and that there have been multiple accidents reported in Stark County.

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North Dakota Department of Health has recently mentioned on their social media, that veterinarian licensed in North Dakota who would be willing to commit four years of service for rural communities will have higher priority when applying for a Veterinarian Loan Repayment Program.
Greg Lardy will be the next vice president for Agricultural Affairs at North Dakota State University, NDSU President Dean L. Bresciani said in an announcement today.
WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven today issued the following statement after Congress passed the Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence (TRACED) Act, bipartisan legislation he cosponsored to help deter illegal and unsolicited robocalls. The legislation aligns with a resolution passed by the North Dakota legislature calling for a solution to the unwanted calls, as well as the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) actions earlier this year to stop illegal calls, including a proposal encouraging telecommunications companies to block unwanted calls by default. The bill has now passed both the House and the Senate and will go to the president to be signed into law.

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