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Fire in North Dakota severely damages potato warehouse and equipment

LARIMORE, North Dakota — A late night fire on Nov. 30 caused an estimated $ 2 million in damage to a Hoverson Farms potato seed warehouse and its contents located in Larimore. The Grand Forks County Sheriff's office and Larimore Volunteer Fire Department responded to the fire at the warehouse...
LARIMORE, ND
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Tuesday night warehouse fire in Larimore

LARIMORE, N.D. (KFGO) – Early damage estimates from a fire at a seed potato warehouse in Larimore, North Dakota Tuesday night are $2 million dollars. The Grand Forks County Sheriff’s Office and Larimore Fire Department responded to the blaze at Hoverson farms. Employees said they had electrical problems with equipment about an hour before the call. The warehouse contained potato seed and equipment, including a new truck and a new skid steer loader.
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GM extends EV Chevrolet Bolt production halt to late January

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – General Motors Co said Thursday it will extend a production halt at its Orion Assembly plant in Michigan, which makes the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle, through Jan 28. The largest U.S. automaker in August widened its recall of the Bolt to more than 140,000 vehicles to replace...
MICHIGAN, ND
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Fire damages Larimore potato warehouse

LARIMORE, N.D. (KVRR/KNOX) – Damages from a fire at a seed potato warehouse in Larimore Tuesday night are estimated at $2 million. The Grand Forks County Sheriff’s Department and Larimore fire teams responded to the blaze at Hoverson Farms around 10:40 p.m. Crews spotted black smoke and flames coming from the garage door on the south side of the building.
LARIMORE, ND
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Fire damages seed building in Larimore

Early damage estimates from a fire that struck a seed potato warehouse in Larimore last night (Tuesday) are pegged at $2 million dollars. The Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department – and Larimore fire teams – responded to the blaze at Hoverson Farms around 10:40 p.m. When crews arrived they spotted black smoke and flames coming from the garage door on the south side of the building.
LARIMORE, ND
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MDARD director tours Star of the West

LANSING, MICH. — Gary McDowell, director of the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD), on Nov. 23 toured Star of the West Milling Co. in Frankenmuth, Mich., as part of scheduled meetings with agricultural businesses as they advance during Michigan’s economic recovery. “I continue to meet with our...
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Warm summers spur more winter ticks for moose

Pity the poor Isle Royale moose in winter, losing weight daily with little of nutritional value to eat, wolves closing in for the kill and sometimes thousands of blood-sucking winter ticks clinging to their body. Each tiny tick may not suck much blood on its own, but imagine tens of...
MICHIGAN, ND
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Mike Jacobs: Nomadic short-eared owl makes another appearance

Earlier this week, I had a late afternoon coffee date in Larimore, North Dakota. On my way home, north on state Highway 18, I glanced left to look at the sunset and I spied a short-eared owl. Thus, the short-eared owl is bird of the week, besting the Thanksgiving favorite, the wild turkey, and several other seasonal species, including the white-breasted nuthatch. The common redpoll was another competitor. A flock of 30 or so showed up at my feeder array on Wednesday morning.
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Dennis M. Carroll

He was born in Inkster, North Dakota, on May 29, 1941, the son of Lawrence and Marion (Krejci) Carroll. Memorial Service will be held Thursday, December 2, 2021, at 11:00 a.m. at Forest River Community Church, Forest River, ND. An online register book may be signed at www.amundsonfuneralhome.com.
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“Holiday Sleigh Rides and More” to be held

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Three tips: what Nelson County GBB must do to succeed this season

LAKOTA – Although the entire sports landscape was thrown a sharp curveball last year, the Nelson County Chargers Girls Basketball team might have received one with even more spin. After all, the team was in its first year as a co-op between Lakota and Dakota Prairie. A COVID-19 pandemic on top of the transition only created another hurdle the team had to jump over.
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Adams first response team reaches out

ADAMS —Scot Grove, having grown up in Adams, has been certified to be part of a local first response team since 1996. Since then Grove served on various squads in the area from Lankin to Edinburg and is now back to his roots in Adams. He has fifteen years of service to date. Grove has been the only first responder […]
ADAMS, ND
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Cooperstown Medical Center opens satellite clinic in Lakota, North Dakota

LAKOTA, N.D. – A new clinic is making it easier to access medical care in rural North Dakota. On Nov. 10, Cooperstown Medical Center opened a satellite clinic in Lakota that Steven Barlow, family nurse practitioner and provider at the clinic, says will help boost health in the community. “Winter...
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Marcella LeBeau, Lakota advocate for Wounded Knee medal removal, dies at 102

EAGLE BUTTE, S.D. — A leading Lakota voice for removing military honors conferred on participants of the Wounded Knee Massacre has died at age 102. Marcella LeBeau had gained international notice not only for her heroism as a combat nurse during the Battle of the Bulge but also for her calls on Congress to strip medals from members of the 7th Calvary, who in 1890 committed an act that she termed an "horrific, unprovoked massacre" upon Chief Spotted Elk's band on Pine Ridge for which, she argued, there has "never been closure."
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