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County by County, Jan. 23, 2020

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Published: Jan. 23, 2020 at 5:45 PM CST
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Let's take a look at Thursday's County by County.

We begin with two counties in North Dakota are making it easier for you to get your furry friend some extra protection.

In Rolette County, The Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue in is hosting a free vaccination clinic from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday at Fiddlers Hall in Belcourt.

Make sure you take advantage of the event with free dog tags, vaccinations and $15 microchipping.


Over in Ward County, For Belle's Sake is hosting a low cost microchip clinic at Tractor Supply in Minot on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon.

For $10 cash only you can help ensure your dog will be found if ever lost.

The microchip is small and won't bother your pet.

It is inserted by a licensed veterinarian.


In Mountrail County, the City of New town and the North Segment of the MHA nation are planning on building a $6.5 million recreation center.

New Town's Mayor, Daniel Uran says, it will be right on main street across from Better B Cafe.

The recreation center will have a movie theater, bowling alley, arcade along with other activities to enjoy.

The construction manager, Consolidated Construction is looking for bids on the project now through the end of February.


On to McLean County, nearly 200 students gathered Thursday to learn more about the vaping the epidemic in a fun way.

Five through 12-graders from the McClusky, Turtle Lake and Underwood schools met at Turtle Lake School for a vaping education game show.

Here's how it worked, each student in the the bleachers was given a buzzer. They were then asked questions about vaping, nicotine and smoking. Whoever answered the most questions correctly had the chance to win money, candy and other prizes.

Underwood School Secondary Principal, Kyle Hunt says the kids were entertained and informed.

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