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Here is Christian identity: I know my past, where I came from. I came from God. I know what went wrong. I tried to play God instead of being satisfied to be a real man. I know my future. My destiny is Christ. And I know the present. I can face myself now—my problems, my hang-ups, my assets, my faults—because I have turned myself over to God.

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Authorities in Fargo say they've found the body of a missing woman, who was eight months pregnant when she disappeared....

     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Authorities in Fargo say they've found the body of a missing woman, who was eight months pregnant when she disappeared. Fargo Police Chief David Todd told a news conference the body of 22-year-old Savanna Greywind was found in a river Sunday evening.
     Todd says the body, which was wrapped in plastic, was first spotted by kayakers who notified authorities. At the same time, Todd says a farmstead was being searched. Todd says suspicious items were found at the farmstead that led authorities to believe it may be a crime scene.
     Greywind was last seen at her apartment Aug. 19. The quest to find her intensified when police found a newborn baby Thursday and arrested two suspects for kidnapping. The suspects indicated to police that the infant was Greywind's, but would not answer questions about her whereabouts.
    Those two suspects will face three charges including conspiracy to commit murder. That charge carries a potential punishment of life in prison without parole.
     Cass County State's Attorney Birch Burdick says 38-year-old Brooke Crews and 32-year-old William Hoehn are scheduled to appear in court this afternoon to be formally charged with conspiracy to commit murder, conspiracy to commit kidnapping and giving false information. They will have bond set but won't enter pleas. There are no other suspects. The two were neighbors Greywind.

    MINOT, ND - The City of Minot's fire protection rating, a national insurance industry risk rating of a municipality's structural fire suppression delivery system, has been raised to a Class 2 by the Insurance Services Office. The change takes effect Dec. 1.

    The change not only means that the Minot Fire Department's level of fire protection service has improved, according to the ISO analysis, but it could also mean lower property insurance rates for homeowners and business owners within Minot.

    "The news of the lower rating is exciting for the city, as well as for personnel at the Minot Fire Department, the dispatch center and the water department," said Minot Fire Chief Kelli Flermoen. "This was not an overnight task, as our personnel had to work hard to keep up standards, adjust to changes with operating procedures, and update information in all areas of fire protection in the city."

    ISO rates municipalities on a scale of 1 to 10. An ISO Class 10 rating is considered the least effective structural fire suppression delivery system while an ISO Class 1 rating is the most effective from an insurance analysis perspective. ISO ratings play an important role in the underwriting process at insurance companies, according to Flermoen. Most U.S. insurers use these ratings as part of their decision-making process when considering coverages and pricing for personal or commercial property insurance.

    Of 46,042 fire departments inspected nationwide, only 241 achieved a Class 1 ISO rating. Minot joins just 1,324 other fire departments in the nation that have achieved a Class 2 rating.

    "The ISO's process for the rating was based on surveying and inspecting all aspects of what the fire protection system has achieved since its last review in November 2013," Flermoen said. "ISO officials looked at our 911 system, the water system as it relates to hydrants, and many other factors involved in providing quality fire and rescue service. Countless hours of preparation went into getting ready for this inspection, and we're happy our hard work has been rewarded."


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota's Game and Fish Department has doled out hunting licenses for this year's pronghorn season. All 410 licenses made available this year were issued. Results of the license lottery are available on the agency's website. Unsuccessful applicants will receive a refund.

    Hunting of the animals that resemble the African antelope is popular in North Dakota, with thousands of hunters applying for the limited licenses each year. This year's bow season is Sept. 1-24. The gun season is Oct. 6-22. Both seasons start at noon the first day. Two hunting units are closed this year due to a decline in the pronghorn population.


   (Copyright 2017 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)


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