ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

NDSU opening weapons and ammo storage site

FARGO (AP) -- North Dakota State University students who are hunters soon will have a secure place on campus to store their guns and bows. NDSU on Thursday is opening a storage site for weapons and ammunition for use by on-campus student resident...

FARGO (AP) -- North Dakota State University students who are hunters soon will have a secure place on campus to store their guns and bows.

NDSU on Thursday is opening a storage site for weapons and ammunition for use by on-campus student residents.

University Police and Safety Office Director Ray Boyer says the campus has a "no weapons" policy. He says the storage site will be for students who want to hunt or target practice off campus on weekends or when they are not in class.

Boyer says right now, students sometimes place hunting equipment in their locked cars in campus parking lots. He says that practice becomes a safety issue if a vehicle is burglarized. The storage site will be mandatory.

Related Topics: HUNTING
What To Read Next
The North Dakota Highway Patrol is investigating the crash.
City accountant reports increases in oil impact, sales tax, hospitality tax and occupancy tax revenue during the Jan. 24 meeting, commission approves two policy amendments.
Testimony to the top House committee from a convicted attendee of the Jan. 6 rally focused on the "inhumane" treatment of Jan. 6 defendants. The committee rejected a resolution on the matter 12-0.
The Stark County Sheriff’s Department responded to numerous calls for service over the past week, and these are just a few highlights of the incidents that occurred.