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Authorities have seized a load of marijuana from a pickup pulled over on Interstate 94 in North Dakota.....

      BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Authorities have seized a load of marijuana from a pickup pulled over on Interstate 94 in North Dakota.
     A Highway Patrol trooper stopped the pickup traveling east on the interstate Wednesday for exceeding the speed limit and illegally tinted windows.
     During the stop, the trooper smelled marijuana coming from the pickup. A search of the vehicle found 30 pounds (14 kilograms) of marijuana, a small amount of hashish and $1,100 in cash.
     Authorities say the two suspects were traveling from Portland, Oregon, to Pittsburgh. The suspects face charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of hashish and possession of drug paraphernalia.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A task force appointed by North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum is recommending that the state change its higher education governance structure from one board to three. The plan would have separate boards for North Dakota State University, the University of North Dakota and the remaining nine institutions. Boards for NDSU and UND would have 12 members; the board for the other schools would have 14 members. All boards would have nine voting members.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota's Health Department has selected companies to open medical marijuana dispensaries in Grand Forks and Williston. The companies were chosen by a review panel. They'll now be invited to move forward with the registration process. It's the latest development in the state's ongoing efforts to set up a system for medical marijuana, which voters approved two years ago.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Low food prices have driven the cost of a Thanksgiving feast down to its lowest level since 2010.
     The American Farm Bureau Federation says the average nationwide cost of a holiday meal for 10 people is $48.90, or less than $5 per person. The farm group's annual survey released Thursday says that's a 22-cent decrease from last year's average.
     Farm Bureau Chief Economist John Newton says an ample turkey supply is a big reason. Retail turkey prices are at their lowest since 2014, coming in at $21.71 for a 20-pound bird, or roughly $1.36 per pound. Milk, fresh sweet potato, canned green pea and dinner-roll prices are also down.
     The survey based on a standardized menu also found modest price increases for fresh cranberries, canned pumpkin pie mix and stuffing.




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