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I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought, and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.

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KHRT ND NEWS - MONDAY - 08/28/17 - PM EDITION

Prosecutors in say a woman charged in the disappearance of a pregnant woman admitted taking advantage of the woman in an attempt to get her baby....

     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Prosecutors in say a woman charged in the disappearance of a pregnant woman admitted taking advantage of the woman in an attempt to get her baby. But charges filed today against Brooke Lynn Crews and her boyfriend, William Hoehn, don't shed any light on how 22-year-old Savanna Greywind died. Her body was found Sunday night in the Red River near Fargo.
 
     A criminal complaint says Crews told police she arranged to have Greywind come to her apartment on Aug. 19 and told her how to induce labor. Crews told police that Greywind came back two days later to give her the newborn baby. But Crews' boyfriend, William Hoehn, told police that he came home Aug. 19 to find Crews cleaning up blood in their bathroom. Hoehn says Crews presented him with an infant baby girl and said: "This is our baby."
 
     Crews and Hoehn are charged with conspiracy to commit murder and other counts. They didn't enter pleas during a court hearing Monday.
 
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     FERGUS FALLS, Minn. (AP) - Authorities in Otter Tail County Minnesota are searching a lake for a Grand Forks man who disappeared while driving a Jet Ski. The sheriff's department said today it's searching for 39-year-old Peter Akintola Akinboro. Officials say he was visiting family on West Battle Lake Saturday and left a cabin on a personal watercraft. Family members say Akinboro did not know how to swim. KFGO reports the Jet Ski was found in the lake along with a life jacket. A drone is being used in the search for Akinboro.

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    MINOT, ND - Blood donors across the country are being asked to give blood as soon as possible over the next several days to help ensure patient blood needs can continue to be met despite the effects of Hurricane Harvey. In the wake of the storm, many blood drives have been cancelled and donor centers closed in the affected areas. With more sustained rain forecast, these cancellations and closures are likely to rise. United Blood Services needs the community's help to ensure a safe and adequate supply not only for our community but for the communities impacted by this massive storm.

    Type O blood donations are the most critically needed at this time, however all blood types are welcome. Blood centers across the country are working together in this effort. United Blood Services urges both existing and first-time donors to make and keep appointments over the next several days and in the coming weeks.

    Visit www.bloodhero.com or call (877)827-4376 to schedule an appointment at one of our donor centers or at a mobile blood drive. Walk-ins are welcome at any of our locations.

    The timing of this storm is especially concerning as we approach the Labor Day - a time when donations dramatically decline across the country due to the three-day holiday weekend.

    Individuals who are as young as 16 years of age (with parental consent), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in general good health may be eligible to donate blood.

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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A federal judge deciding whether to shut down the Dakota Access pipeline while more environmental review is done is allowing national energy trade groups to have a say. Judge James Boasberg, in Washington, D.C., granted the request Friday, just days before today's final deadline for all parties involved in the legal dispute to submit arguments. The trade groups maintain ceasing pipeline operations would seriously impact the oil industry.
 
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     MINOT, N.D. (AP) - Scandinavian folk art classes will be offered during the annual Norsk Hostfest at the State Fairgrounds in Minot. The Minot Daily News reports that early registration is now being taken for Hostfest University.
 
     Chairwoman Candi Helseth says people who sign up with early registration will get $20 off the price of admission to the fest on the day they attend their class. This is the third year that Helseth will oversee the Hostfest University classes. Helseth says the classes are $75 in addition to the cost of materials. They're intended for adults, but children 12 and older will be allowed to enroll with parent permission.
 
     The Norsk Hostfest is scheduled to take place in late September.

 


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