North Dakota is “leaving money on the table” by not getting a Medicaid waiver for adults to access behavioral health services. Legislators approved a waiver application, but the state hasn’t applied.A consultant’s report to close behavioral service gaps in North Dakota recommends that rural hospitals be able to assess, stabilize and transfer unstable psychiatric patients. But hospital representatives say they face significant challenges.On Oct. 27, the North Dakota Department of Health and Human Services announced that it and the Nelson-Griggs District Health Unit are investigating an infectious case of TB in the county, and that HHS is working with local public health to provide testing to those who may have been exposed.

The spill about 14 miles south of Tioga impacted agricultural land, but no oil flowed into water sources.Jennifer Benson previously served on the Fargo School Board from 2014 to 2021 and has more than 20 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry.The North Dakota Department of Insurance has approved health insurance rate changes for the small group and individual markets for the 2023 plan year.Speakers, other programming will highlight knowledge, innovative ideas to inspire hope and encouragement for those affected by the disease.

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The event will be on Oct. 2.The leaders from the four parties met on Wednesday morning, Oct. 19, to sign a letter of intent saying they would work together, exclusively, to develop a new health care campus in Devils Lake.The two stops will be on Monday, Oct. 10.Beginning May 3, 2023, adult residents trying to board domestic flights will need a REAL ID compliant license or another acceptable form of identification such as a passport.

Voting begins Saturday, Oct. 15, for the best in business and other categories in the Jamestown area and continue through Oct. 29.All three candidates in the politically diverse field believe they can win in November if the votes break their way. One thing is certain: This year’s race represents the most significant electoral challenge to Sen. John Hoeven, a former governor, in more than 20 years.NDSU President David Cook said continued enrollment declines will result in a $10.5 million cut in state funding through the 2023-25 budget, forcing major realignents in university programs.T-bone crash injures one, kills second driver.

Darren Linke, 45, of Tioga, N.D., was driving a pickup about 11 p.m. Saturday on Highway 2 about 12 miles west of Ray when he struck a deer, lost control and entered the median.State Auditor Josh Gallion said the report released by his office reveals a mix of mistakes in vaccine storage and inconsistent record-keeping.Conservative lawmakers elevated several of their own on Monday to guide the House and Senate into a new era. After a rout of the Democrats on election night, Republicans hold massive majorities in both chambers. . Legislation passed last year aims to invest up to 10% of the $7.9 billion Legacy Fund in North Dakota firms. But part of the program hasn’t gotten off the ground.

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Republican lawmakers recently tapped Minot Sen. David Hogue to lead the Senate and Dickinson Rep. Mike Lefor to lead the House of Representatives. Forum News Service asked the new majority leaders about their guiding principles and plans for the new role.Police say he was removed after more than 3 hours of negotiations. He will undergo a mental health evaluation.The street sweeping will begin at about 10:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, in Jamestown. Understaffed rural schools, declining student teacher enrollment are major contributory factors. Whitney Fear, who grew up on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and works as a psychiatric nurse practitioner at Family HealthCare in Fargo, is the subject of a documentary film aimed at inspiring nurses.”We just don’t have enough people to fill these jobs in our workforce any longer,” said Phil Davis, workforce services director for North Dakota Job Service.

Representatives from more than a dozen interest groups and local chambers of commerce stood alongside a bipartisan collection of state legislators to oppose term limits at a Wednesday press conference in the North Dakota Capitol.The proposed facility slated for Mercer County is one of 21 projects announced Wednesday to be awarded federal funding by President Joe Biden’s administration.Gov. Doug Burgum said North Dakota Chief Information Officer Shawn Riley is a “transformational leader” who facilitated the work-from-home shift during the COVID-19 pandemic and guided the state’s progress in technology and cybersecurity.The missing child, Amirae Driver, was believed to have been abducted at 1:19 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 24.

The lawyer for 62-year-old Mark Weibye questions whether his client is the suspect given the fact he uses a walker to get around.This year’s overall disbursement is the second largest since 1983 and provides funds for states and Tribes to pursue a variety of conservation goals.Authorities are trying to restore Adam Prochnow’s competency after he allegedly lit an explosive device inside the Richland County Law Enforcement Center.Justice Lisa Fair McEvers said high caseloads are delaying decisions that are important for children and families, and could be alleviated by hiring several more judges.The resolution to eliminate property taxes would need to be passed by the state legislature to land on the ballot in 2024, but Rick Becker, an independent candidate for U.S. Senate, will no longer be a member of the state House of Representatives when lawmakers meet next year.”A rail strike would be extremely disruptive to the North Dakota grower harvest, which is just around the corner for corn,” according to Brenda Elmer, executive director of the North Dakota Corn Growers Association.