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The company that built the four-state Dakota Access pipeline is negotiating with North Dakota regulators to try to resolve all investigations into potential wrongdoing.....

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The company that built the four-state Dakota Access pipeline is negotiating with North Dakota regulators to try to resolve all investigations into potential wrongdoing. The state Public Service Commission two weeks ago offered a settlement of allegations that Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners improperly reported the discovery of American Indian artifacts during construction.
     Commission attorney Zachary Pelham says the company has responded to the offer with a counterproposal that includes potentially also resolving a state investigation into whether crews removed too many trees and improperly handled some removed soil while laying pipe in the state.
     The commission met privately with attorneys Monday on the counterproposal and took no public action afterward. Attorneys for the two sides will continue to negotiate. The company could face fines in both cases.

     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 Monday's final deadline for all parties involved in the legal dispute to submit arguments.
     The $3.8 billion pipeline began moving North Dakota oil to Illinois June 1. But Boasberg later that month ordered federal officials to further review the pipeline's impact on the Standing Rock Sioux, one of four tribes continuing to fight in court. The trade groups maintain that ceasing pipeline operations would seriously impact the oil industry.
     Boasberg earlier approved a schedule for arguments that set Monday as the final deadline. His ruling could come any time after that.

     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Prosecutors in North Dakota 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 Monday against Brooke Lynn Crews and her boyfriend don't shed any light on how 22-year-old Savanna Greywind died.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A South Dakota man has pleaded guilty in a cattle theft case in North Dakota. Jeffrey Fix, of Watertown, was accused of failing to pay a Fordville family for purebred cows and a bull in 2015. He recently pleaded guilty to felony theft and was ordered to pay nearly $30,000 in restitution. If he doesn't make monthly payments, he'll go to prison for three years.

     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. 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.


     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. Classes cost $75 plus the cost of materials.


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