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  1. Burgum declares drought emergency;State Water Commission makes aid available for livestock produces

    Gov. Doug Burgum today declared a drought emergency that allows the State Water Commission to reactivate a water supply assistance program for livestock producers in 26 counties experiencing moderate to extreme drought. Additional Info...
  2. Burgum orders flags flown at half-staff in honor of Fessenden man who died at Pearl Harbor

    Gov. Doug Burgum today directed all government agencies to fly the United States and North Dakota flags at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Saturday, June 24, in observance of the interment of fallen Gunners Mate 1st Class Arthur C. Neuenschwander. Additional Info...
  3. Water Utilities Informs Residents About Certified Residential Drinking Water Filtration Systems

    New recommendations for residential drinking water filtration systems have been released for lead service lines. Drinking water leaving the water treatment plant does not contain lead. Learn about steps you can take if your home has a lead service line. Read on...
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  1. Construction work set to begin on I-94 through Bismarck 
    Road construction work on I-94 through Bismarck to Mandan will start in late April or May. The five-mile-long project will begin west of the Grant Marsh Bridge and continue east of Exit 161 (Bismarck Expressway). The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) wants the public to be aware as early as possible of the I-94 construction project through Bismarck and encourages local motorists, which include businesses and commuters, to plan ahead during the upcoming construction season.Text DRIVE to 46786 to receive construction and traffic updates. For more information, visit www.i94bisman.dot.nd.gov or I-94 Bis-Man Project on Facebook.

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