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Minot City Council Meeting Notes, June 3rd.

Minot City Council met for the final time Monday, June 3rd before next Tuesday’s Primary elections, where 3 seats are up for election. The Council would approve the release of recordings from executive sessions regarding the City of Minot’s negotiations for the purchase of the Nok Back Tavern.   First, following the standard reports from the […]
by K.L. Collom
June 11, 2024

ICE Points To Biden Admin Policy As Reason Illegal Immigrant Accused Of Murdering Teen Was Out Free

By JASON HOPKINS (Daily Caller News Foundation) Federal immigration authorities cited a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) policy directive when explaining their handling of an illegal immigrant who is now charged with the murder of a teenager. Antonio Antonio-Rodas, an illegal immigrant from Guatemala, was arrested and charged with murder last week for a fatal car accident […]
by The Dakotan
May 18, 2024

Federal bill on noncitizen voting could have unique impact for North Dakota

BY: MARY STEURER (North Dakota Monitor) A U.S. House bill to require proof of citizenship to vote in federal elections could have unintended consequences for North Dakota, the only state that does not require voter registration. The proposal — brought forward by House Speaker Mike Johnson on May 8 — said the measure is needed […]
by The Dakotan
May 17, 2024

Gov. Doug Burgum attends Trump trial, calls it ‘election interference’

BY: ASHLEY MURRAY AND MICHAEL ACHTERLING (North Dakota Monitor) North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, on Donald Trump’s shortlist for vice presidential picks, appeared in the Manhattan courtroom Tuesday alongside the former president who is on trial for allegedly falsifying business records in relation to hush money paid to porn star Stormy Daniels just before the […]
by The Dakotan
May 16, 2024

Dem-NPL leader calls on Bismarck lawmaker to resign after guilty verdict

A jury found a state lawmaker guilty of violating an obscure conflict-of-interest law after a 10-hour trial Friday. At issue in the case was Rep. Jason Dockter’s involvement in the lease of a Bismarck building to the Attorney General’s Office and the North Dakota Department of Health and his subsequent votes on agency budgets. The […]
by The Dakotan
May 4, 2024

Army, Marines Barreling Toward One Of The Deadliest And Costliest Years For Aviation Accidents

By MICAELA BURROW (Daily Caller News Foundation) Incidents of the costliest and most deadly aviation accidents among Army and Marine Corps surged in the past year, data reviewed by the Daily Caller News Foundation shows, as the Pentagon maintains it is making progress toward minimizing the most serious mishaps. Both the Army, including Guard and […]
by The Dakotan
April 30, 2024

‘Trial By Ambush’: Former Federal Prosecutors Say Alvin Bragg’s Strategy Is Unlike Anything They’ve Seen Before

By KATELYNN RICHARDSON (Daily Caller News Foundation) When defendants go on trial, the allegations against them are generally clear. Not so with former President Donald Trump and his “hush money” case. Prosecutors in Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office offered new transparency not only to the public, but seemingly also Trump’s defense attorneys on Tuesday […]
by The Dakotan
April 24, 2024

Minot Air Force Base to receive $850 million in upgrades with nuclear weapons updates

BY: MICHAEL ACHTERLING (North Dakota Monitor) MINOT – The Minot Air Force Base is in line for a nuclear-sized upgrade as the Department of Defense plans to update its nuclear deterrence capability across the country. During the Task Force 21 North Dakota Nuclear Triad Symposium in Minot on Tuesday, members of the military, nuclear weapons […]
by The Dakotan
April 24, 2024

Senate Passes Foreign Aid Package, Bill That Could Ban TikTok

By MARY LOU MASTERS (Daily Caller News Foundation) The Democratic-controlled Senate voted to pass House Republican Speaker Mike Johnson’s foreign aid supplemental on Tuesday that provides billions of dollars in aid to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan, as well as language that could trigger a ban on the social media app TikTok. The Senate voted 79 to […]
by The Dakotan
April 23, 2024

Judge In Bragg Trial Tells Trump Attorney He Is ‘Losing All Credibility’

By KATELYNN RICHARDSON (Daily Caller News Foundation) Judge Juan Merchan told former President Donald Trump’s defense attorney that he is “losing all credibility” Tuesday during a hearing to consider alleged violations of the gag order imposed on his client. Trump’s attorney Todd Blanche argued that Trump did not violate the order, which restricts Trump from […]
by The Dakotan
April 23, 2024
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