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Minot police are asking for the public's help in a case of shots fired.....

    MINOT, ND - Minot police are asking for the public's help in a case of shots fired. Around at 2:33 AM today officers responded to a report of shots fired into a trailer in Gold Nugget Trailer Court. Officers say the suspect left the area prior to officers arriving on scene.

    The investigation showed four rounds were fired through the front door into the living room area of the residence. One tenant was at home at the time of the shooting and called police. The incident is still under investigation.

    Anyone with information about this crime should contact police at 852-0111 or through Crime Stoppers at 852-7463. Persons with information can remain anonymous and tips leading to an arrest may lead to a reward of up to $1000. Please reference case #17-28180 when reporting information.


     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum says a judge's ruling to halt construction on a Red River diversion project around the Fargo-Moorhead area should convince both sides to reach a settlement. Burgum tells KFGO radio that delays to the $2.2 billion project add $60 million a year to the price tag and believes that should get everyone to the table to find a solution.
     U.S. District Judge John Tunheim ruled Thursday that diversion backers need to obtain the necessary permits from Minnesota before the project can resume. Construction is currently under way on an inlet structure, considered the first phase of the channel.
     Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton said in a statement that the ruling is "excellent news for the safety and protection of Minnesotans" and it upholds the state's permitting authority.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The two sides fighting over the constitutionality of North Dakota's Depression-era ban on corporate farming are asking a judge to decide if the law infringes on interstate commerce. North Dakota Farm Bureau sued last summer, saying the law limits farmers' business options and interferes with interstate commerce. Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, the North Dakota Farmers Union and the Dakota Resource Council dispute that in their defense of the law.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The attorney for McKenzie County Sheriff Gary Schwartzenberger is asking a judge to throw out a criminal charge against his client. Schwartzenberger is charged in state court with misdemeanor misapplication of entrusted property, related to nearly $1,000 in disputed expenditures on a county credit card at a Las Vegas sheriffs' convention. Defense attorney Tom Dickson says the case has been investigated at "an unprecedented level."

    MINOT, ND - Construction on the Puppy Dog Phase 6 Sanitary Sewer Improvements project in southeast Minot will require a temporary detour route.

    The lift station phase of the project includes the closure of a portion of 37th Avenue SE from 55th Street SE to the Hwy 52 Intersection to the east. Access will be provided for local traffic only. This segment of the roadway will be closed starting September 11 for approximately 1 week. A detour has been set up at 37th Street SE to provide access to areas east of the Hwy 52 intersection.

    The City of Minot Puppy Dog Phase 6 Project will provide sanitary sewer upgrades for residents in south Minot. The project is expected to be completed in 2017.



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