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Border Hours Changes Opposed By Sivertsen

U.S. Customs and Border Protection will be changing the hours of operation at the Ports of Raymond, Opheim, Scobey and Morgan beginning April 14.

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Library Board Hears Updates From Culbertson, Froid Branches

The Roosevelt County Library board met at the Culbertson branch Saturday, March 2. Chairperson Laurie Evans, vice chair Gloria Mason, library director Andrea Hayes, Culbertson librarian Leona Colvin and trustees Beth Kekkel and Pat Henry were in attendance.
Motions were passed to accept the minutes of the Jan. 26 board meeting and the statement of accounts.

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Town Hall Meetings Planned To Discuss Adjusted Hours Of Operation At Border

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has announced that it will be changing the hours of operation at the Ports of Raymond, Opheim, Scobey and Morgan beginning April 14.
CBP said that these ports were identified for modification of operational hours to realign resources to historical and existing traffic volumes and workload.

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Shopko Now Calls For All Stores To Close

Shopko announced Monday, March 18, that it will liquidate its assets and close all of its remaining locations by June 16. The news came from a document filed Monday in U.S. bankruptcy court as well as e-mails to its media partners canceling all advertising placements.

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Bainville, County Officials Monitor Flooding

Roosevelt County Disaster & Emergency Services coordinator Lindsey McNabb was in Bainville Saturday, March 23, monitoring floodwaters in the area with Bainville Mayor Dennis Poitra, Bainville Fire Chief Lyle Lambert and representatives from Burlington Northern Sante Fe Railroad. McNabb estimated as many as 10 people were involved in the flood monitoring and mitigation efforts.

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