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Rep. Rick Becker to Announce Proposed Legislation 

Landowner Protection from CO2 Pipelines  Bismarck — Representative Rick Becker (R) District 7, Bismarck, will announce proposed legislation to protect landowner rights as they pertain to carbon dioxide pipelines in North Dakota. Both Representative Becker and Senate candidate Jeff Magrum (R) District 8, will speak in support of landowners facing…
September 27, 2022

Washburn Man Earns Book Award 

Contributor to The Dakotan  BRANSON, MISSOURI -- Geremy Olson, Washburn, was recognized by the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers for producing the “best book” for 2022. “Campfires, Kids, and the Outdoors” earned top honors.  “When I came I knew I won something but I didn’t know what I was…
September 25, 2022

North Dakota State Football Wins on Road 

Rallies to beat South Dakota 34-17  VERMILLION, S.D. (AP) — Hunter Luepke rushed for 146 yards and two touchdowns and top-ranked North Dakota State rallied in the second half to beat South Dakota 34-17 on Saturday.  Luepke, with 20 carries, had a pair of short TD runs in the second…
September 24, 2022

Legislation Introduced to Stop Ban of Lead Ammo, Fishing Tackle 

Senators Hoeven, Cramer Join Action  WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven this week joined Senator Steve Daines (R-Mont.) in introducing the Protecting Access for Hunters and Anglers Act of 2022. This legislation would prohibit the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), U.S. Forest Service (USFS) and the Bureau of Land Management…
September 23, 2022

Hands On Environmental Learning  

Annual Envirothon Staged at Upper Souris NWR  FOXHOLM – It was quite a day of learning, and sharing what was learned, for northwest area high schoolers. Sixteen teams of four to six students, freshmen through senior class, participated in the Mouse River Loop Envirothon Wednesday at the Upper Souris National…
September 22, 2022

City Says OK to Pit Bulls 

1987 Ordinance Repealed  MINOT – It was serious business when City Council passed a ban on pit bulls within the city limits in 1987. At the latest City Council meeting, on the second and final reading, aldermen voted to remove the breed specific ban.  Citizen Kim Albert addressed the council,…
September 20, 2022

City Hall Wall 

Project May Extend Into Spring  MINOT – It is taking shape, but not quite as quickly as hoped. The retaining wall project on the south and east sides of City Hall may not be fully completed until next spring.  The project has disrupted some parking on the north side of…
September 19, 2022

 Wonderment Around Us

Much More Than Fishing KEY LARGO, Fla. -- As the boat skied across the top of calm water toward a distant fishing spot, I had my head down, busy searching through the contents of my tackle box to find the perfect lure for our destination. My decision made after several…
September 18, 2022

Here’s Our Winter Forecast 

Latest Prognostication from the Climate Prediction Center  MINOT – Keep the snow shovel, rain gear, winter coats, and light jackets handy. Another unpredictable North Dakota winter is on the way. You never know what you are going to get.  Sorting it all out is the task of the Climate Prediction…
September 16, 2022

Leash Lengthened for Pit Bull 

City Ordinance Change in Process  MINOT – Well I’ll be doggoned. Or will my dog be gone?  It was that kind of an appearance for a Minot man who was called before a Municipal Court judge Wednesday. Tyrome West had been issued a citation under statue 7-34 of Minot’s Code…
September 14, 2022
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