June 26, 2022
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North Dakota News

Storm Disaster Declaration Sought

(Bismarck, ND) — Governor Doug Burgum is requesting a declaration of a major disaster for severe weather in North Dakota this spring. Burgum’s office says President Biden’s administration was contacted on Thursday. The estimated infrastructure […]

Special Olympics Needs Volunteers

(Fargo, ND) — Special Olympics North Dakota is urgently requesting volunteers this weekend. The second leg of the 2022 Summer Games are being held in Fargo on Saturday. The president of the organization tells KXMC-TV […]

Casino Gamble Earns $1.6M

(New Town, ND) — A big jackpot is being paid out from a North Dakota casino. Elton Spotted Horse of Mandaree played a five-dollar, 88-cent bet on a slot machine at 4 Bears Casino and […]

Minot Airport Holds Multi-Agency Emergency Exercise

(Minot, ND) — Minot International Airport took part in a multi-agency exercise yesterday. Various law enforcement personnel, emergency workers, and even volunteers took part in multiple exercises, including a possible bomb threat. The Minot airport […]

South Dakota News

Thune, Rounds Oppose Gun Reform Measure

(Washington, DC) — Both of South Dakota’s senators have announced their opposition to the gun reform legislation currently being considered in Congress. Both Senators John Thune and Mike Rounds point to Second Amendment issues in […]

Sports

Twins Salvage Series Finale With Guardians

(Minneapolis, MN) — The Twins salvaged their series finale with the Guardians in Minneapolis. Nick Gordon launched a third-inning solo home run to lift Minnesota to a 1-0 win over Cleveland. Devin Smeltzer improved to […]

Lynx Top Mercury Again

(Minneapolis, MN) — The Lynx are celebrating their first winning streak of the season. They beat the Mercury again, this time 100-88 at home for their second straight victory. The Lynx look to make it […]

Twins Outslugged By Guardians

(Minneapolis, MN) — The Twins are now a game behind the Guardians for the AL Central lead. Carlos Correa hit two of the teams four home runs but Minnesota gave up four runs in the […]

News of Agriculture (from the American Ag Network)