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DCSO hosts Bike Safety Class July 29

Dunn County Sheriff Office will be hosting a Bike Safety Class July 29 at 1 p.m.
The class will be held at the Killdeer School.
Participants will be asked to bring their bicycles.
There will be snacks provided, according to a spokesman for the event in Killdeer.

 

 

Local insurance agent
named top producer

North Dakota Farmers Union Insurance, based in Jamestown, has announced that BreeAnn Hauck, of Killdeer, was a top Five producer of FUMI Commercial Lines for the month of May.

 

 

 

 

 

Oil development
tour starts in Williston
The North Dakota Water Education Foundation is hosting the Water & Oil Development tour on Wednesday, Aug. 7.
This tour will begin and end in Williston.
On the tour participants will learn about how the Western Area Water Supply was established to support the delivery of water for industry, and in return it provides quality water to rural residents and communities.
Tour participants will learn the operations of how WAWS treats and delivers water for both industrial and residential service to approximately 60,000 people over five counties covering 5,000 square miles. The tour participants will learn about the entire oil development process.
The public is invited to attend the tour, which costs $20 per person, and includes transportation, informational materials, meals, refreshments and a one-year subscription to the North Dakota Water magazine.
For more information or to register go to www.ndwater.org or contact the North Dakota Water Education Foundation at 701-223-8332.

 

State GOP officials heading
to Ronald Reagan Roundup

The Ronald Reagan Roundup Saturday will be drawing state republicans to Heritage Hill in Taylor for a 4 p.m. start.
The District 36 fundraiser will also have Sen. Jay Elkin, Rep. Luke Simons and Rep. Mike Schatz attending.

 

Game and Fish host

booth at state fair

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will host thousands of visitors to its free Conservation and Outdoors Skills Park through Sunday at the State Fair in Minot.
Visitors will be treated to an array of activities, exhibits and useful information as the park is open from 1-7 p.m. daily.
Pathways to Hunting, Fishing, Trapping and Archery are major attractions where interested kids and adults participate in each outdoor activity.

 

 


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