|North Dakota State Hospital Hosting Celebration of Lights Monday Evening|
|Posted by KSJB News on 12/4/2017 8:38:00 AM.|
N.D. (LuWanna Lawrence) – The North Dakota State Hospital is
continuing a long-standing holiday tradition on Monday, Dec. 4, as it
hosts the Celebration of Lights event, which brings people from the
community together to share holiday joy while raising awareness of
people with mental illness who are in recovery.
|North Dakotans Invited to Take Hour of Code Challenge|
|Posted by KSJB News on 12/4/2017 8:09:00 AM.|
N.D.,(Dale Wetzel) – State School Superintendent Kirsten Baesler is
inviting North Dakotans to take part in an “Hour of Code” to mark
the start of Computer Science Education Week, which began Monday and
ends Dec. 10.
|Human Services Seeks Input on Plan to Improve CHIP Program|
|Posted by KSJB News on 11/30/2017 10:16:00 AM.|
(LuWanna Lawrence) – The North Dakota Department of Human Services’
Medical Services Division is seeking public comment on its draft 2018
Quality Strategy Plan for the state’s Children’s Health Insurance
Program (CHIP), also known as Healthy Steps.
|James River Valley Library System Presents Annual Mitten Tree|
|Posted by KSJB News on 11/29/2017 7:43:00 AM.|
– (Jennifer Senger ) - It’s the time of year again when the
weather turns cold and we need to dig our hats, mittens, scarves and
other warm clothes out of storage. To help those who may not have
those necessary items during this cold weather season, the James
River Valley Library System has placed a Mitten Tree in the Adult
Section of the Alfred Dickey Library.
|North Dakota-specific Protocols Announced for Dicamba|
|Posted by KSJB News on 11/28/2017 8:32:00 AM.|
(Michelle Mielke) – The North Dakota Department of Agriculture
(NDDA) has developed 2018 North Dakota-specific protocols for in-crop
use of Dicamba on soybeans. The affected formulations are XtendiMax
by Monsanto; Engenia by BASF; and FeXapan by DuPont. (correction - the NDDA sent a correction to the original announcement, noting the word "applicators" in the second quote should have been "farmers".
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