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Anhydrous Ammonia retailers give their take on proposed OSHA regulations ruling

Anhydrous Ammonia plays a big part in any farming operation, and recently proposed regulations by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration could have made it harder to come by. That was still a court struck the rules down.

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Millenial voters say Trump, Clinton have work to do to earn their vote

It's been a long campaign season, stretching back more than a year. Now, with only 42 days until election day, the two major party candidates will finally share the same stage.

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"Take your Kid Mountain Biking" Day

Parents and kids of all ages were welcome to join the take your kid mountain biking day in Mandan today.

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Discussion on human trafficking

A discussion on human trafficking was held at the Bismarck library today. The talk focused on Human trafficking in North Dakota specifically.

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Apple-bobbers attempt to break world record in Bismarck

It has been a decade since the first ever Bismarck Cancer Center Applefest, in honor of the occasion they went apple-bobbing.

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Bismarck Animal Clinic and Hospital Dachshund Dash was held this morning

The weather was great today to get out and run the dog, and that's exactly what lots of animal lovers did.

 

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