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Rob Port: North Dakota voters are very forgiving of politicians...
The back window of the vehicle was completely broken, and a dent was found on the top back side of the cab. Barta consented to field sobriety tests, and failed them, subsequently being placed under arrest at 2:50 a.m. approximately. An intoxilyzer was used at the Devils Lake Law Enforcement Center,
Woman tries to drive away with Devils Lake squad car
KFGO radio reportsthat police responded to a fight early Sunday. When one officer got out of a squad car to investigate, the woman allegedly jumped in, drove the car onto a curb and tried to back up onto the street.
North Dakota National Guard proposes Camp Grafton expansion
The Minot Daily News reports that Maj. Gen. Alan Dohrman says the state’s National Guard plans to seek input from neighboring landowners, counties, cities and the Spirit Lake Nation on the proposal to expand its Camp Grafton Training Center-South in Eddy County.
Two admit to their parts in 2016 shooting death of woman on Spirit...
Dakota James Charboneau, 24, of Fort Totten, N.D., and Daylin Takendrick St. Pierre, 21, of Devils Lake, pleaded guilty Friday, Nov. 9, in U.S. District Court to charges detailing the murder of 27-year-old Carla Jovon Yellowbird. In the Fargo courtroom, St. Pierre pleaded guilty to felony murder an
Voters Weigh in on Medical, Recreational Marijuana in 4 States - Total Security Daily Advisor
Voters in four states had the opportunity to weigh in on the issue of marijuana use when they went to the polls November 6, and the results will have an impact on employers. In Missouri and Utah voters approved measures to allow the medical use of marijuana. Voters in Michigan and North Dakota voted
Patriots playing well headed to state
Century head volleyball coach Jamie Zastoupil isn't ready to say the Patriots are on the brink of a peak effort at this week's state Class A volleyball tournament at the Minot State Dome. She's seen indications, however, that her team is headed in the right direction.
Devils Lake man accused of pointing a gun from car window
Court documents allege he drove by a 20-year-old man's home on Oct. 15 while the man was outside and rolled down the window of his car and pointed a black gun at him. The man told police he was scared for his life, an affidavit for Volk's arrest said.
City of Niles says "no" to future marijuana businesses - 95.3 MNC
In this Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018, photo, a clerk reaches for a container of marijuana buds for a customer at Utopia Gardens, a medical marijuana dispensary, in Detroit. Michigan and North Dakota, where voters previously authorized medical marijuana, will decide now if the drug should be legal for any a
U-Mary receives $1.4 million grant to train Native American teachers, administrators
In rural schools across North Dakota, not just in tribal communities, recruiting qualified teachers and administrators is a huge challenge, according to Carmelita Lamb, associate dean of the University of Mary's Liffrig School of Education and Behavioral Sciences.
Incumbents keep seats in N.D. District 15
Oehlke has been in the Senate since 2007. Oehlke is an insurance agent for American Insurance Center in Devils Lake. He said he cares most about infrastructure and social services, such as reinvesting in recovery from addiction. Transportation needs and how to pay for them will be on his agenda, he
Here Are The 8 Best Places In North Dakota To Visit On A Long Weekend
Have a long weekend coming up but not sure how to use it to its fullest potential? North Dakota might have just the places for you! People may think that they have to go out of state on a mini-vacation to use up their long weekend well, but they may be totally missing the perfect short trip opportun
Munich Murder? Sunday Night at 9 on KVRR Local News. - KVRR Local News
Nearly 100 years ago, a 22 year old left the town of Munich, ND to see the world.
Gas prices down 41 cents in 46 days
DEARBORN, Mich.,(November 12, 2018)—Fuel prices are plunging. Crude oil dove to 8-month lows last week, which means the slump at the pump should continue.
Harvest, finding the end and looking to spring
After the snow melted, we were granted with some favorable weather that let us get majority of the sunflowers, edible beans, soybeans, but not all, and put a nice dent into some of the corn acres.
Glen N. Janzen - The Cavalier County Extra
Mass of Christian Burial was held on Monday, November 5, 2018 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Devils Lake for Glen N. Janzen, 64 of Devils Lake, who passed away at his home on Thursday, November 1, 2018.
Michigan becomes first Midwest state to legalize recreational marijuana
DETROIT (AP) -- Michigan is aiming to build a potentially lucrative industry from the ground up with passage of a ballot initiative to legalize recreational marijuana. It could do more by serving as a model for the rest of the Midwest - and possibly beyond. Michigan is the first Midwestern state to
Could Minnesota be next in line for legal marijuana?
In the state auditor race, Legalize Marijuana Now candidate Mike Ford got 5.28 percent of the vote, with just under 134,000 Minnesotans casting a ballot in his favor.
Michigan eyed as bellwether for legal pot in Midwest
Image courtesy of MGN Online DETROIT (AP) - Michigan is aiming to build a potentially lucrative industry from the ground up with the passage of a ballot initiative to legalize recreational marijuana. It could do more by serving as a model for the rest of the Midwest - and possibly beyond. Michigan i
OUTDOOR REPORT: Good fishing continues on Lake of the Woods and...
According to the weekly report from Lake of the Woods Tourism, mixed schools of fish are being reported in depths ranging from 10 feet to 25 feet along the South Shore, with activity around both Lighthouse and Morris Point gaps and along Pine Island. Anchoring and jigging with frozen shiners has bee
How 2018 Midterm Ballot Measures Fared
Failed:Maine rejected a proposal that would have brought universal home care to seniors and those with disabilities, regardless of income level. The measure would have been funded by a 3.8 percent tax on individuals earning more than $128,000 a year.