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Helicopter Homecoming 

Chopper on Football Field  Trinity Health’s First Response Air helicopter will deliver the game ball at the Minot High homecoming game Friday, September 30, at Minot High's Duane Carlson Stadium.   Here’s the schedule:  Helicopter lands at 6:55 p.m.  Landing on 50-yard line.  The flight crew will exit the helicopter,…
September 28, 2022

No Go for Ag-gag Law 

Federal court finds 3rd Iowa ag-gag law unconstitutional  By DAVID PITT Associated Press  DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A federal judge has struck down the third attempt by the Iowa Legislature to stop animal welfare groups from secretly filming livestock abuse, finding once again that the law passed last year…
September 28, 2022

Conditions Fair for Duck Hunting 

Game and Fish Wetland Survey  The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s annual fall wetland survey indicates fair wetland conditions for duck hunting throughout the state.  Andy Dinges, Department migratory game bird biologist, said the number of duck hunting wetlands are up statewide about 26% from extreme drought conditions experienced…
September 27, 2022

Minot Police—Sex Offender Update 

CHAD NAAMAN FOX updated his registration information with the Minot Police Department as a SEXUAL OFFENDER showing he is living within the city limits of Minot.    FOX is currently listed with an UNASSIGNED RISK LEVEL with the ND BCI and, as such, is treated as a HIGH RISK offender…
September 27, 2022

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

ND Senator Seeks End to COVID Restrictions Along Border 

Hoeven: It’s Time for the Biden Administration to end COVID Restrictions Along Canadian Border  WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven issued the following statement after Canada announced that all COVID-19 testing, quarantine and vaccination restrictions along the northern border would end as of October 1.   “As Canada has ended their…
September 27, 2022

Stocks Fall on Recession Fears 

Dow slips into bear market  By DAMIAN J. TROISE and ALEX VEIGA AP Business Writers  A broad slide on Wall Street extended the major indexes' losing streak to a fifth day Monday, deepening a steep market slump amid growing fears of a global recession.  The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell…
September 26, 2022

Fatal Shooting Justified 

Ruling by Attorney General  FARGO (AP) — North Dakota's attorney general says officers were justified in their use of deadly force against a man police say was having a mental health crisis.  Attorney General Drew Wrigley, Cass County Sheriff Jesse Jahner and other officials held a news conference Monday to…
September 26, 2022

Youth Pheasant Weekend 

North Dakota Game and Fish Notes  North Dakota’s two-day youth pheasant season Oct. 1-2 is a great opportunity to introduce a new hunter to the outdoors with limited competition.  That’s when legally licensed residents and nonresidents 15 and younger can hunt rooster pheasants statewide. An adult at least 18 must…
September 26, 2022

NDHP Deploys New Vehicle  

Less Conspicuous  NARRATIVE: The North Dakota Highway Patrol is deploying a patrol vehicle with reflective graphics that are less visible in the daytime and is equipped with interior lights rather than an external light bar. This less conspicuous vehicle will make it easier for troopers to detect aggressive drivers and…
September 26, 2022
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