Jamestown Holding Input Meeting on 5th Street NE Project
Posted by KSJB News on 2/13/2017 6:54:00 AM.

 

JAMESTOWN, ND - The City of Jamestown is hosting a public meeting for anyone interested in learning about, discussing, and/or providing feedback on the City's proposed project on 5th Street Northeast, from 12th Avenue NE to 27th Avenue Northeast.
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Oakes Resident Dead in I-94 Crash
Posted by KSJB News on 2/12/2017 1:33:00 PM.
GLYNDON, Minn. (AP) - Two North Dakota State University students have died and a third is injured after a crash on a snowy and icy interstate in Minnesota.
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Sargento Cheese Recalls Products
Posted by KSJB News on 2/11/2017 6:48:00 AM.
 
PLYMOUTH, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin-based cheesemaker Sargento Foods Inc. is recalling a specialty cheese because of possible bacterial contamination.
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Titan Machinery Closing 15 Dealerships by End of July
Posted by KSJB News on 2/10/2017 5:27:00 PM.
 
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WEST FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Titan Machinery Inc. is closing 15 dealerships, including stores in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota, as part of a restructuring plan.
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Police Warn of High Risk Sex Offender Who's Moved to Jamestown
Posted by KSJB News on 2/10/2017 4:26:00 PM.
Ian Winchester
 
JAMESTOWN - Jamestown Police are warning residents of a convicted high risk sex offender who is now living in the city.
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  • Wrapping Up #Plant17
    Wally Branjord is trying to wrap up planting near Bottineau, North Dakota. There hasn't been significant changes in the normal crop rotation, but Branjord did plant more durum. There is also more corn and soybean acreage in his area of the state. "There was a price difference between wheat and durum this year. The  barley acres are down to almost nothing right now. The corn is starting to pop through." Listen to RRFN's #CropWatch17 coverage. This coverage brought to you, in part, by DuPont Pioneer.
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    The Dry Bean Scene is on the air, with information about the dry edible bean industry in the Northarvest region. This broadcast airs each Friday at 12:37 PM. 
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    National Sunflower Association Executive Director John Sandbacken says the western part of North Dakota is really dry. “When you look at the drought monitor map, if you take Highway 83 west, it’s really drying out. Some of those areas are in the D2 drought category. We could use moisture to get this crop going along.” Sandbacken thinks we’ll have about 70 percent of the sunflower crop planted at the end of the month, with an expected completion date in the first week in June. 
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