The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 4-19-19

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Head-on crash injures two, totals two trucks

      Two people were injured in a head-on collision Tuesday evening (April 16) on Highway 85 north of Grassy Butte. According to North Dakota State Highway Patrol officials, the accident occurred at approximately 9:30 p.m. near mile marker…
North Dakota at center of paleontological treasure trove

A cataclysmic flash occurred 65 million years ago on an area of the planet that we know as Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. It was a blast so large it sent earthly debris hurling into space to eventually land on Mars, among…
Senator urges livestock disaster assistance

WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven, chairman of the Senate Agriculture Appropriations Committee and a member of the Agriculture Committee, joined a bipartisan group of senators, led by Senator John Thune (R-S.D.), in urging Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to provide Livestock…
Legislators still battle to fix ‘broken’ marijuana program

Lawmakers have passed several medical marijuana bills through both chambers this session, hoping to fix the program some critics have called “broken.” By BILAL SULEIMAN ND Newspaper Association “I think the progress we’ve made here is good. The changes that…
Medicare scam season strikes state, seniors

An agency designed to help protect seniors from scams and fraud has announced that one of the latest methods involves something seniors trust – Medicare. Staff Report There are several scams currently being used in the state related to Medicare.…
Legislative update: Senate District 4

Hello everyone, I hope this update finds all of you well. Day 61 is complete and conference committees have begun. A few dozen bills are left to be voted on in their respective second chambers, but conference committees have begun…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 4-12-19

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Senator urges livestock disaster assistance

WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven, chairman of the Senate Agriculture Appropriations Committee and a member of the Agriculture Committee, joined a bipartisan group of senators, led by Senator John Thune (R-S.D.), in urging Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to provide Livestock…
West Dunn gets big new weapon in its firefighting arsenal

With a bright orange paint, and a Cowboy on the side, it is hard to miss Killdeer’s latest acquisition. But it is more than a brand new weapon for the West Dunn Fire District. By Brad Mosher The Herald It…
Killdeer lights up with new LEDs

Life in North Dakota’s small rural communities will be brighter, while saving money at the same time, according to a spokesman for the Montana-Dakota Utilities Company. By Brad Mosher The Herald On average, the municipal utility bills will be dropping…
Scams targeting state, seniors with false claims

It is scam season and people in the Midwest are among the targets. But, it won’t end with the end of March Madness. Staff report According to the Better Business Bureau, scammers could be looking for the opportunity to capitalize…
Load restrictions changed on Highway 200

Load restrictions changed on North Dakota Highway 200 from Cartwright to the Jct. of Highway 85.Motorists are encouraged to check current load restrictions to determine which load restriction remain in effect. Load restrictions may change quickly due to weather. Statewide…
Legislative update: Senate District 4

Hello everyone, Some progress has been made on the budget negotiations between the House and the Senate. Jordan Kannianen There are still some numbers to be worked out but we are going to start having Appropriations bills kicked out of…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 4-5-19

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Ice Flow closes highway

Water, ice flows over ND-22, forcing long detour at Little Missouri River It happened overnight, but hundreds of thousands of tons of ice broke through an ice jam on the Little Missouri River north of Killdeer. It was more than…
Knife River hits flood stage mark

The Knife River at Manning hit a high of 15.7 feet, just over Minor Flood Stage, according to the National Weather Service in Bismarck. The water level climbed into the action stage Wednesday evening as warm weather prompted a fast…