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KHRT ND NEWS - TUESDAY - 10/31/17 - MORNING EDITION

City leaders in Minot are re-examining local economic development strategies and the use of an incentive fund......

      MINOT, N.D. (AP) - City leaders in Minot are re-examining local economic development strategies and the use of an incentive fund after recent fluctuations in the oil and agriculture industries.
 
     City Councilman Josh Wolsky says the council will determine if there's new methods for economic development that can be debated or if the city's "old methods are as effective as we want them to be."
 
     The Minot Daily News reports the council has agreed to divert nearly $823,000 in sales tax that's expected to be collected for the city's MAGIC Fund to flood protection for 2018. The fund was created in 1990 and has been used to grant and loan money to businesses. Wolsky expects the council to discuss the subject in detail in November and says it will likely appoint a review committee.
 
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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Police in Bismarck have used the overdose antidote Narcan for the first time. The Bismarck Tribune reports that an officer used it Friday to revive a woman who was unconscious and not breathing. She required no further medical treatment.
 
     Narcan is the nasal form of naloxone, which reverses opioid overdoses. Bismarck police officers began carrying it earlier this month, after the department received a grant that paid for 150 boxes of the drug.

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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger (RAH'-shuhn-bur-gur) won't serve any jail time for drunken driving if he stays out of trouble for a year.
 
     Court documents show Rauschenberger pleaded guilty last week to misdemeanor driving under the influence. He was given a 10-day suspended jail sentence and put on unsupervised probation for a year. He also must pay $1,250 in fines and fees, get an alcohol evaluation and complete any recommended treatment.
 
     The 34-year-old Republican was arrested by the North Dakota Highway Patrol in Mandan on Sept. 30. He told The Associated Press earlier this month that he showed poor judgment and would plead guilty. He also said he was taking steps including treatment for alcoholism.
 
     Gov. Doug Burgum has said Rauschenberger has his full support.

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     VALLEY CITY, N.D. (AP) - Authorities have identified the two victims of a head-on collision on Interstate 94 in southeastern North Dakota. The Highway Patrol says 35-year-old Kerseh Grupee of Fargo was driving the wrong direction in the eastbound lanes shortly before 12:30 a.m. Wednesday. His car collided with an eastbound pickup truck driven by 31-year-old Anthony Cornelius of Crane Lake, Minnesota.
 
     The crash happened about 12 miles west of Valley City. Both drivers were pronounced dead at a Valley City hospital. A passenger in the pickup was treated there for minor injuries and released.

 

 

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