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  • Culvert work will close part of Rifle Range Drive
    Rifle Range Drive from between Yegen Road and Cavalry Drive will be closed through the first week of November for culvert work being performed by JMAC Resources.
  • Sheriff: Plane did not spray pipeline protesters
    The Morton County Sheriff's Department said a plane did not drop gas on people Wednesday during a protest at construction sites near St. Anthony.
  • Recycled art course held at Heritage Center
    A three-session Recycled Art: Light Pollution course will be held during October at the North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum.
  • Life Walk and breakfast slated for Sunday
    The Knights of Columbus will host a breakfast from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Sunday at Christ the King Parish Life Center. Breakfast includes sausage, scrambled eggs, hashbrown wedges, pancakes, ice cream and fruit for a freewill offering.
  • UTTC hosts sobriety walk
    United Tribes Technical College will host a sobriety walk beginning at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the college's Skill Center building. The event will celebrate successes in sobriety during National Recovery Month in September.
  • N.D. Highway Hall of Honor inducts three
    The North Dakota Highway Hall of Honor will add three members in a ceremony at 12 p.m. Oct. 17 at the Radisson Hotel in Bismarck.
  • N.D. Petroleum Council announces honorees
    This year's honorees from the North Dakota Petroleum Council are Al Anderson, commissioner of the North Dakota Department of Commerce, who will be entering the NDPC Hall of Fame. Receiving Outstanding Service Awards are Wyoming Casing President Steve Halvorson, MHA…
  • N.D. Firefighter's Hall of Fame names inductees
    The North Dakota Firefighter's Museum has inducted three firefighters into its Firefighters Hall of Fame for 2016: Ray Lambert, Mike Matteson and Gary Troftgruben. All three demonstrated leadership and served their communities in an honorable way.
  • GameChanger festival features Pulitzer winners
    Legacy High School played host to a variety of Pulitzer Prize-connected speakers Saturday during the third annual GameChanger ideas festival.
  • Ranch where protesters camped sold to Dakota Access
    The company building the Dakota Access Pipeline has purchased 20 parcels of land totaling several thousand acres just north of where protesters of the four-state pipeline are encamped on federally owned land and where the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe claims…
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