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Congratulation to our final winners of tickets to the Gaither Vocal Band concert at Norsk Hostfest this Wednesday, October 1st, at 7:30 pm.  Peggy Overton won a pair of tickets on 1320 AM KHRT and Sandy Judkins won on 106.9 K-Heart!  We hope you enjoy the concert!

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North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger has approved for the ballot an initiated measure on parental rights.....

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger has approved for the ballot an initiated measure on parental rights.  Jaeger says supporters needed to submit 13,452 valid petition signatures, and they submitted 1,000 more than the required amount. He says the measure will appear on the Nov. 4 general election ballot.
     The proposed law would give both parents equal rights and decision-making responsibilities in child custody cases. A similar measure failed in 2006.
     Many supporters of the initiated measure are from Walsh County, where voters passed a similar law in 2012 that has been challenged by Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem as usurping state authority.


    MINOT, ND - Minot police are looking for the public's help as they investigate a fight at a bar early Sunday.  Officers were called to the parking lot of the Rocking Horse for a fight and it was reported that one person was unconscious. During the on scene investigation it was discovered that the 27 year old victim was pushed by an unidentified male causing him to fall and hit his head on the ground. He was transported to Trinity Hospital for treatment of his injury. The 36 year old victim stated he was punched by an unidentified male, but he did not require medical attention. This incident is still under investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Minot Police Department at 701-852-0111.  


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A man is accused of a brutal beating on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation that left a woman hospitalized and on a ventilator.  Ryan Thunderhawk, of Fort Yates, is charged in federal court with assault with a dangerous weapon and assault resulting in serious bodily injury. Witnesses say the victim was knocked unconscious three separate times in the July 6 attack.  The woman suffered a broken nose and several facial fractures.  A detention hearing in the case is scheduled Tuesday.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Fire has damaged a home northwest of Bismarck that was being rebuilt following Missouri River flooding three years ago.  No one was hurt in the Sunday afternoon blaze. Investigators did not immediately determine the cause, though they believe the fire started in the garage and spread to the house.  Rural Fire Capt. Randy Jacobson tells The Bismarck Tribune that temperatures in the 90s on Sunday hampered firefighters.

     LEITH, N.D. (AP) - Residents of the small North Dakota town of Leith spent the weekend celebrating their history and a return to normalcy.  The community held a 105th anniversary bash on Saturday and Sunday. The event also served as an opportunity for residents and former residents to put some of the town's recent past behind them.
     Leith spent about 10 months battling with white supremacist Craig Cobb, who tried unsuccessfully to take over the town and turn it into an all-white enclave. He's now on probation for terrorizing and menacing and living in another part of the state.
     Resident Pat Hauge told The Bismarck Tribune that "it's so nice to see the American flag flying rather than the swastika."  Mayor Ryan Schock said, "it's the end of a long year."

     GARRISON, N.D. (AP) - A Montana duo has won the 2014 North Dakota Governor's Walleye Cup and the $10,000 top prize that comes with it.  The Bismarck Tribune reports that Ken Schmidt, of Glasgow, Montana, and Mark Jones, of Billings, weighed in Saturday with a two-day total of 32.51 pounds for the tournament title.
     The annual walleye derby is held on Lake Sakakawea, with headquarters at Fort Stevenson State Park. There were 252 teams competing this year. Second place and a check for $4,400 went to a Coleharbor team, Josh Pochant and Eric Stebbins.

   (Copyright 2014 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)


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