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TRAFFIC AND CONSTRUCTION

"Roads may be icy, and snow removal equipment will be present on roadways through the weekend. Motorists are reminded to take it slow, use extreme caution and watch for snowplows that will be operating at lower speeds," the North Dakota Department of Transportation said in a statement Friday.
Airport Manager Kelly Braun walked through upcoming projects happening at the Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport.
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.
A years-old effort to build a bridge over the Little Missouri River in a remote part of the Badlands has been on ice since commissioners in Billings County voted this summer to abandon plans to push the project through using eminent domain. And last week, an attempt by the commission to get the state to take over the project fell flat after North Dakota's top transportation official said his department doesn't have the authority for that level of involvement.

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“I have been advocating for this for a long time, and as I said in my letter, nothing downtown has been altered, and I feel like this accident was preventable,” said Corene Everett.
Richland and Wilkin counties have identified housing as the key priority for spending the settlement in their dispute with the Metro Flood Diversion Authority. Lawyers for the diversion estimated 'conservatively' that litigation delays were costing the project $70 million per year from inflation.
Oil prices are the highest they've been since November 2014.
Traffic counts show the coronavirus pandemic has shifted traditional crunch hours in North Dakota.
Work will start soon to raise a four-mile stretch of Interstate 29 south of Fargo that will elevate the freeway above the 500-year floodplain, keeping it high and dry when the metro flood diversion operates in extreme floods.
It remains unknown how the object got on the highway, the patrol said.

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Bighorn sheep do not like going underground and prefer high ground with good visibility, so part of the challenge is making the bridge wide and accessible enough so the sheep will use it.
GRAND FORKS -- A Midwest heat wave has put a Grand Forks bridge partly out of commission.
Officials said state's approval will help ensure the project meets requirements, including protecting property owners whose land will be temporarily flooded during severe floods.

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