Tag: North Dakota

State Senator Randy Lemm Comments on North Dakota Redistricting

Hillsboro, ND — The North Dakota Redistricting Committee recently unveiled their final revised district map for legislators to approve later this fall. Redistricting typically happens every decade following the results of the Census update. The proposal calls for a merger of District 19 and District 20, which would include all of Traill County, the rural…
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October 7, 2021 0

North Dakota’s Top 4-H Showman Team Up with State Leaders at North Dakota State Fair

Bismarck, ND — In a bit of a role reversal, 24 North Dakota leaders had the opportunity to try their hand at 4-H livestock showmanship during the first-ever 4-H Leadership Showmanship Contest at the North Dakota State Fair last month. Two dozen North Dakota 4-H’ers who won champion or reserve champion at the intermediate and…
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August 19, 2021 0

ND Governor Doug Burgum Hosts “Pizza in the Park” in Portland

Portland, ND — North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum made a visit to the Norsemen Hall in Portland, ND on Wednesday evening for a “Pizza in the Park” event. The meet and greet allowed constituents the chance to visit with the Governor as well as the District 20 legislators, including Senator Randy Lemm and Representatives Mike…
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July 22, 2021 0

Hillsboro Book Awards on Wednesday 5-12

Hillsboro, ND – The 63rd Beel, Breen, Rostad  memorial Book awards will be awarded by the Hillsboro Kiwanis club to the Hillsboro Class of 2021 today, in person rather than virtually like the 62nd annual last year.  High School Principal Terry Baesler explains the Book awards, and previews the day! KK547  :59  The 6th graders…
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May 11, 2021 0

From Ada to Bismarck, James Leiman Taking Charge in New Role as ND Commerce Commissioner

Bismarck, ND — From Ada City Hall to the North Dakota State Capitol Building in Bismarck, it’s been quite the career change for the new North Dakota Department of Commerce Commissioner James Leiman. Leiman was appointed to his new role after previously serving as the Economic Development and Finance Director under Governor Burgum from March…
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March 23, 2021 0

Former Ada City Administrator James Leiman Appointed as ND Commerce Commissioner

BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Doug Burgum today appointed James Leiman to serve as state Commerce Commissioner, citing his extensive background in enhancing organizations and his effective leadership as the North Dakota Department of Commerce’s director of Economic Development and Finance (ED&F) since March 2018. As ED&F director, Leiman has been responsible for statewide economic development and…
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March 1, 2021 0

ND District 20 Legislators Comment on House Bonding Bill

Hillsboro, ND — The North Dakota House of Representatives last week approved a bonding bill worth more than $680 million to help pay for a number infrastructure projects across the state. The bonding bill had originally included more than a billion dollars’ worth of projects but had since been slimmed down. District 20 Legislators Jared…
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February 23, 2021 0

Minnesota Section and North Dakota Tournament Dates

Minnesota Dates Section 6A Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, and Wrestling – Section 6A Girls Basketball – Monday March 15th – Pigtail Games – 7pm Wednesday March 17th – Play-in Games – 7pm Friday March 19th – Quarterfinals – 7pm Tuesday March 23rd – Semifinals – 7pm Thursday March 25th – Section Finals – 7pm Section…
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February 5, 2021 0

Catching up with Olivia Lane

We catch up with another former area athlete competing on the stage of Division I athletics, talking with Olivia Lane. The former Pequot Lakes Patriot is in her sophomore season on the women’s basketball team at North Dakota. She first talks about the offseason with COVID. Lane told us about the excitement to begin full…
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December 11, 2020 0

Regular Hunting Season for White-tailed and Mule Deer Begins Friday in North Dakota

The regular firearm deer season begins at noon on Friday, November 6th in North Dakota. Over 69,000 licenses were distributed this year through the lottery system according to Casey Anderson, Assistant Chief of the Wildlife Division for the North Dakota Game and Fish. Although effective for deer management, North Dakota’s deer lottery system does present…
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November 4, 2020 0