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Nathan Paul McNelis JAMESTOWN - Jamestown Police are warning residents of a convicted high risk sex offender who is now living in the community. Nathan Paul McNelis is living at 1610 Business Loop East #14 (Starlite Motel #14)...
N.D. (Heather Stefl) – The advisory group for the North Dakota Department of Human
Services’ South Central Regional Human Service Center (SCHSC) in
Jamestown will meet on Feb. 22 at 10 a.m. in room 126 at the center
located at 520 Third St. N.W.
advisory group’s chairperson will report on council appointments
and the election of officers. Members will share announcements,
discuss local needs and may also make recommendations about the
planning, funding and array of services in the region.
agenda also includes updates on general center operations, including
a staffing update, and the Life Skills and Transition Center and
psychologist Stacey Hunt will give a presentation on psychological
evaluations, and SCHSC Director Dan Cramer will review the recovery
management model of providing services.
complete agenda is available online at
The meeting is open to the public.
who need assistance to participate can contact the center at
701-253-6300, toll-free 800- 260-1310,
Relay ND TTY 800-366-6888, or email@example.com.
Contact information is also available online at
group members include representatives of Barnes, Dickey, Foster,
Griggs, LaMoure, Logan, McIntosh, Stutsman and Wells counties.
served about 2,315 people during the 2016 State Fiscal Year in the
nine-county region, and employs about 80 individuals. Staff members
provide behavioral health services, disability services, and other
human services directly or in partnerships with county social
services and other agencies.
BISMARCK, N.D. (Michelle Mielke) –
As the spring season approaches, Agriculture Commissioner Doug
Goehring is reminding anhydrous ammonia users to file the proper
documentation before transferring the fertilizer from a tanker to a
nurse tank in the field.
ammonia from a tanker to a nurse tank is allowed out in the field,”
Goehring said. “Users just need to provide written notification to
the North Dakota Department of Agriculture, their county
commissioners and county emergency manager.”
Goehring said there is no fee
required for the notification, just a legal description of where the
planned transfer will take place and personal contact information.
Written notification should be made prior to March 1 for the spring
season and prior to Sept. 1 for the fall season.
Goehring said the notification
is required to make information readily available to emergency
responders in case of an accident and to ensure that persons
transporting and transferring the anhydrous ammonia are properly
Users with questions about
downloading anhydrous ammonia should contact Eric Delzer at the North
Dakota Department of Agriculture at 701-328-1508 or 800-242-7535.
The notification of intent to
download anhydrous ammonia form for the Department of Agriculture can
be found at http://www.nd.gov/ndda/forms.
WAHPETON, ND - An unidentified 21-year-old man is dead after a single-vehicle crash in Wahpeton on Sunday night. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says the man's Pontiac Vibe was northbound in the 600 block of 2nd Street South in Wahpeton at 11:51 p.m...