Homeland Security watching the skies
Suspicious aircraft alerts in the area may be more frequent than residents realize.
On Thursday, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security called the Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport to alert them of a plane that pinged on their radar, said Matthew Remynse, airport manager. The plane never landed there, he added.
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