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Joe Henry Talks About The First Walleye Wars!

The recent "Walleye Wars" pitting two incredible walleye fishing destination was a success. Joe Henry, Lake of the Woods Tourism joins Gone Outdoors to give his thoughts on the event.

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Devils Lake jail compliant with state standards, document lifting noncompliance order states

DEVILS LAKE -- An order that threatened a Devils Lake jail with closure has been lifted. The North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation vacated its September 2017 order of noncompliance against the Lake Region Law Enforcement Center, according to a document signed Monday by DOCR Direc

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Man convicted in 1995 Devils Lake murder accused of assault while on probation

DEVILS LAKE—A man who served 21 years behind bars for his involvement in the shooting death of a Devils Lake convenience store clerk could be heading back to prison after prosecutors allege he violated multiple conditions of his probation, including allegations he committed assault and battery twice

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How they voted: North Dakota House passes repeal of Sunday morning shopping ban

BISMARCK — A renewed effort to repeal North Dakota's ban on Sunday morning shopping cleared its first major hurdle Thursday, Jan. 17, as House lawmakers agreed to ditch what some called an outdated and unfair law.

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NDDOC says Lake Region LEC Correctional Center good to go

After months of hard work, there was good news for Devils Lake. The North Dakota Department of Corrections and its director Leann K. Bertsch have determined that as of January 14, 2019, the Lake Region Correctional Center is in compliance with the North Dakota Correctional Facility Standards.

DEVILS LAKE DAILY JOURNAL

Lake Region L.E.C. lawsuit settled

Ramsey County Commissioner Ed Brown, who currently chairs the commission, reported that a settlement had recently been reached in a lawsuit stemming from the August 2014 firing of Denny Deegan from the Lake Region Law Enforcement Center.

DEVILS LAKE DAILY JOURNAL

WATCH: Devils Lake girls basketball rising in ND state rankings

DEVILS LAKE - You'll excuse the Devils Lake girls basketball team if they're having too much fun. The Firebirds are the talk of the Eastern Dakota Conference so far this season, racing out to a 10-0 record and a number two ranking in Class A girls basketball.

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Lawsuit filed over proposed hog farm

DEVILS LAKE, ND (KFGO KDLR) - Supporters of a large hog farm planned about 10 miles west of Devils Lake are among those suing a Ramsey County township over its zoning ordinances.

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Airplane Boardings Increase in North Dakota in 2018

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Nearly 1.1 million people boarded an airplane at one of the eight commercial airports in North Dakota last year, a 5 percent increase over 2017. The state Aeronautics Commission says another 1.1 million people deplaned at a North Dakota airport, for a total passenger count of n

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Settlement reached with fired Devils Lake jail administrator

DEVILS LAKE—After a four-year fight, a former Devils Lake jail administrator has reached a settlement in a federal lawsuit with the facility after she claimed leadership there fired her because she is a woman.

GRAND FORKS HERALD

North Dakota begins issuing medical marijuana cards

BISMARCK - North Dakota has begun issuing medical marijuana cards to patients and caregivers, after nearly two years of work implementing a distribution system for the drug approved by voters in November 2016.

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Holy Bull remembered for artistic talent, love of Lakota heritage

FORT TOTTEN, N.D. -- Gregory Holy Bull was remembered this week as a talented artist, teacher and someone who could effectively bridge the gap between the traditional Native American and contemporary worlds.

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Farm Bureau sues over Ramsey County township's restrictive animal feeding ordinance

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. — North Dakota Farm Bureau is accusing a Ramsey County township of going beyond its legal authority in trying to prevent the development of a pig farm. North Dakota Farm Bureau, along with Ramsey County Farm Bureau and the partners developing Grand Prairie Agriculture, on Friday, J

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Firebirds skate to a Demons upset

The Firebirds got a big win last Friday night, Jan. 11, against the Bismarck Demons, the top team in the west. The Demons came to Devils Lake undefeated, sporting a 9-0 record. The Firebirds came into Friday’s game with a 4-6 record and with chips on their shoulders from a three-game losing streak,

DEVILS LAKE DAILY JOURNAL

High school scores: Jan. 14

Mohall-LS 74, Glenburn 37. Glen Ullin-Hebron 54, New Salem-Almont 49. (4) Four Winds-Minn. 64, (9) NR-Sheyenne 56. (10) Bishop Ryan 71, Surrey 33. Stanley 54, Burke co. 49. Trinity Christian 73, Alexander 57.

JAMESTOWN SUN

Jason Zins of North Dakota Bucks & Bulls Talks Big Game Trophies

Jason Zins joined Gone Outdoors radio to talk about big game trophies and the social media site that he developed to honor trophies from North Dakota. Jason Zins is an official big game scorer for Pope & Young and Boone & Crocket, seeing and measuring many impressive animals that are harvested each

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Devils Lake PD looks for alleged truck thief caught on camera

Police in Devils Lake are trying to locate a man who allegedly stole a truck belonging to BNSF railroad – and apparently got caught on camera. Officials say it happened around 3:00 AM Thursday at the Devils Lake Amtrak station.

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Win streaks snapped for Dawson Community College basketball men, women

GLENDIVE – The six-game winning streak for Dawson Community College’s basketball men was snapped Sunday on the road by Lake Region State College 93-82. The Bucs hadn’t lost since December 1.

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Metro high school girls basketball roundup

MINNETONKA, Minn. — Minnetonka rolled Moorhead on Friday for a Minnesota girls basketball victory. The Skippers got a boost from Sophie Haydon, who finished with 14 points. The Spuds were paced by Rylie Polomny’s 13 points. Sam Zimmerman added 7 points.

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Devils Lake shooting victim’s family wants officer fired

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. — The family of Daniel Fuller, a Devils Lake man who was fatally shot by a detective in July, want the officer who killed their son to be fired. Fuller, 26, was shot in the back of the head by Detective Brandon Potts after a foot chase led to a reported struggle between the two on

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