THE NEW FORTY I crack myself up...
To wrap up my second week in the new year I have a second self love recognition to share(in line with my 2012"resolution")- I love that I can crack myself up. My sense of humor, for better or worse, i... Posted on 1/14/12 at 1:53 PM
Testimony continued Thursday at the Stark County Courthouse in Dickinson for the second day in a trial for Scott Biggs, a former Dickinson insurance agent facing five felony counts of theft of property.
BISMARCK — The 10 North Dakota State University football players charged with petition fraud over phony signatures on two statewide initiated measures last year did not receive harsh enough penalties, according to Secretary of State Al Jaeger.
GRAND FORKS — Despite opposition by a coalition of groups that say the North Dakota Legislature should take the lead in toughening state laws against animal cruelty, a clear majority of voters appear to favor an initiated measure that would make malicious abuse of dogs, cats and horses a felony.
A Dickinson man was sentenced to one year of incarceration after pleading guilty Tuesday during a pretrial conference in Southwest District Court in Dickinson to not following the court order related to a prior offense.
Oil executive Nathan Garber made an initial appearance at the Stark County Courthouse in Dickinson on Wednesday on charges that he illegally threatened area drinking water with his company’s hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” waste disposal practices.
BOWMAN — Travis Peters, address unknown, pleaded not guilty Thursday and waived his right to a preliminary hearing on a Class B felony assault charge for a June 3, 2009, incident stemming from his alleged fleeing from police.
Two Dickinson men accused of assaulting family members in separate incidences could be released from the Southwest Multi-County Correction Center if they meet terms set Friday at bond hearings at the Stark County Courthouse.
BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota has one of the nation’s weakest laws against animal cruelty, activists said while submitting a citizen initiative Tuesday that would make it a felony to severely mistreat a cat, dog or horse.
Environmental violations at a fracking waste water disposal well near Dickinson that threatened drinking water in Stark County have prompted North Dakota’s largest civil case and the first ever criminal case against an oil and gas operator.
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