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The North Dakota Highway Patrol is urging all motorists to travel with care. High winds are occurring across the state.

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Mindy Schumacher knows that she has some big shoes to fill when she takes over for retiring Sandi Tivis in January.

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Lasting Visions has a new look after several months of making changes to the small business in downtown Bowman.

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Joshua Ranum is a doctor at the West River Regional Hospital in Hettinger, but he also came to the aid of North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum at a recent press conference in describing the battle and impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on rural health in the state.

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Staff Report The Center for Disease Control offers guidelines to stop or limit community spread of COVID-19 during dramatic increase in positive cases. In Bowman, many businesses have posted signs requiring customers to wear masks when inside. For some, the issue of masks may be political.

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Calving season is just a few months away for some producers, so this is a good time to evaluate cow condition and develop winter- feeding programs, according to North Dakota State University Extension livestock specialists. “More than 90% of North Dakota is experiencing moderate to severe dr…

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The City of Bowman will be stressing education when it comes to enforcing the recent state-wide mask mandate established Nov. 13 by the governor executive’s order.

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The Kum and Go gas station and convenience store in Bowman is looking for people to hire and they are even popping up with online advertisements.

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Senior Samantha Oase has plans for the next few years – after the Scranton student has signed a letter of intent to play for the Black Hills State University Yellowjackets basketball program as a power forward starting in 2021.

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Now in the eighth month of the COVID-19 pandemic, the toll of physically separating residents from families is impacting everyone involved, including the dedicated facility staff members who are doing everything in their power to provide the best possible care in an extremely difficult situation.

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October 26 was the first time in twenty-five days that the entire varsity team was together and after one practice, the team ventured to Belfield to take on the regions number two-rated team. The Bulldogs had some chances in the first two sets but couldn’t come up with the big play when they…

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All smokers, including those who use electronic nicotine delivery systems or vaping devices, are encouraged to make the Great American Smokeout on Thursday, Nov. 19 their quit date. Quitting tobacco is the single most important thing you can do to improve your health. Smoking or vaping incre…

As feed prices rise, calf prices tend to trend lower, according to Karl Hoppe, the North Dakota State University Extension livestock systems specialist based at NDSU’s Carrington Research Extension Center.

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A silver alert is being transmitted at the request of the North Dakota Highway Patrol.