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By Jarann Johnson What’s normal? Many people remember standing in front of a dead pig in biology class and hearing the teacher give out dissection directions

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Social distancing might be a wise necessity, but that doesn’t make it pleasant for many people.

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Parents: Creativity key to occupying children in quarantine time

One of the under-publicized challenges stemming from the COVID-19 issue is the need for parents to engage and entertain their children when so much time is spent at home.

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After a conference call between State Superintendent of Schools for the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler and supertintendents and school board members from around the state, it was determined that all local school employees will continue to be paid during the COVID-19-driven closing.

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JDA will assist struggling tenants

Beulah’s Job Development Authority voted last week to provide relief for the business tenants of the former Greystone Hotel.

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More than 1,000 New York City police officers have become infected working in the current American epicenter of COVID-19.

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Local churches adapt to changing environment

With COVID-19 changing the way everything from schooling to grocery shopping is being done, church services too have been affected.

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There is plenty of information and advice circulating on the internet and in the news about the COVID-19/coronavirus outbreak.

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Bid accepted for Sun Valley lease

There were no other bids for the lease or sale of the Sun Valley RV Park other than the adjusted lease offer from Frey Consulting Inc. (FCI), which had previously offered a no-bid offer to take over the management of the property.

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Small businesses struggle with slowdown

By any stretch of the definition, Beulah’s Country Kettle is a business and social icon in the community.

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