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FARGO, N.D. (AP) - The last of four people charged with murder in the March stabbing death of a man in a Fargo parking lot has been sentenced...

FARGO, N.D. (AP) - The last of four people charged with murder in the March stabbing death of a man in a Fargo parking lot has been sentenced.  Nineteen-year-old Alexander Clapper, of Moorhead, Minnesota, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to murder and a felony drug charge and was sentenced to serve nine years in prison, to be followed by a year of supervised probation.
     Clapper's father and sister were sentenced earlier to lengthy prison terms in the death of 26-year-old Rolandas House, who authorities say was killed in a dispute over drug money.  Wade Garrett, of Fargo, pleaded guilty earlier to stabbing House to death and was sentenced to 25 years in prison


BOTTINEAU, N.D. (AP) - Voters in Bottineau have narrowly rejected a $13 million bond measure to fund a proposed school expansion.  The measure garnered 58 percent support in Tuesday's election, but 60 percent approval was needed.
     The proposed expansion would have put all students in grades K-12 under one roof. Students in preschool through second grade currently attend classes in a separate building.  Bottineau voters last November rejected a $19 million bond issue that would have paid for a new elementary school.


BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - About 300 North Dakota residents who bought insurance through the Affordable Care Act marketplace could lose their coverage if they don't submit citizenship and immigration documents to confirm their eligibility.
     The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services says consumers have until Sept. 5 to provide the paperwork or their coverage will be canceled at the end of September.  Letters were sent to more than 310,000 people nationwide whose citizenship or immigration details don't match what the government has on file. Officials say most people haven't responded to previous outreach efforts.


FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Some National Guard soldiers who have been serving in Afghanistan since January are back home in North Dakota, a bit early.  Three soldiers with the 814th Medical Company flew into Fargo on Wednesday and one flew into Bismarck. A fifth soldier was flying to Piedmont, South Carolina, where she lives.
     The soldiers returned to the U.S. about three months early and went through the demobilization process at Fort Hood, Texas. More members of the 40-person company are to return at the end of the month and the rest at the end of October.  The soldiers deployed to Afghanistan to provide emergency trauma service and operate troop medical clinics. They're coming home early as part of a recent drawdown of American troops there.


BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Passengers at North Dakota airports set a record for the month of July.  The North Dakota Aeronautics Commission says there were 111,058 boardings in the month, an increase of 8,757 passengers from July 2013.
     The July numbers included nearly 42,000 passengers in Fargo, nearly 22,000 in Bismarck, more than 19,000 in Minot, nearly 12,000 in Grand Forks, and more than 9,000 in Williston.  Fargo's Hector International Airport has seen an increase of more than 30,000 passengers in the first seven months of the year. There have been nearly 269,000 boardings out of North Dakota's largest city.

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