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General Mills Inc, maker of Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Original Cheerios cereals, said it would stop using artificial flavors and colors in almost all of its cereals, joining the U.S. food industry's move towards products perceived as healthier.
BISMARCK — Recreational boaters are back and the fish are biting in the upper reaches of the Missouri River system. Hundreds of miles downstream, fully laden barges are again plying the Big Muddy without worry of hitting bottom.
By James MacPherson, The Associated Press
August 02, 2010
UND graduate student Tanner Gue, 25, is heading up the fieldwork portion of a two-year research project aiming to learn more about the impact of wind farms on the survival of nesting ducks in North Dakota.
“I started here in 1984 for Jeff and Bonnie Tweeton,” explains Todd Colliton of his Zorbaz beginnings. “I was 16 years old.”
Twenty-five years later, Colliton is the owner of the Perham Zorbaz restaurant, located on Little Pine Lake.
About 1,470 eligible patrons of Prairie Lakes Co-op will share in a record distribution $1.8 million in cash patronage and equity redemptions during 2009 based on business they’ve conducted with the company.
BISMARCK—Minnesota’s plan to charge North Dakota power plants for fees to offset costs of carbon dioxide emissions violates the U.S. Constitution’s Commerce Clause, the North Dakota Industrial Commission says in a letter to Minnesota regulators.
It was a close call for Mitchell firefighters and one local business when a few hundred wood pallets caught fire just outside the building Monday afternoon.
The flames singed the siding of Mitchell Manufacturing at 3150 W. Havens and workers evacuated the building for about half an hour around 1:40 p.m., said Steve Willis, of the Mitchell Fire Department.
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