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The Minot Police Department says they recently conducted Alcohol Compliance checks....

    MINOT, ND - The Minot Police Departmant says they recently conducted Alcohol Compliance checks.  These compliance checks were funded under a grant administered by the North Dakota Department of Transportation Traffic Safety Division.

    Officers say a total of 28 establishments were checked and of those, 8 establishments were found in non-compliance of local/state laws regarding the sale/purchase of alcohol or subjects allowed in licensed liquor establishments.

    The following establishments were found to be in non-compliance:
1. Ruby Tuesdays
2. Spicy Pie
3. Trappers Lounge
4. Badlands
5. Wings & Rings
6. Sidekicks
7. Montana Mike's Steakhouse
8. Pizza Hut - Dakota Square

    Non-compliant businesses face potential administrative sanctions. Ruby Tuesdays, Spicy Pie, Trappers Lounge, Badlands, Wings & Rings, and Montana Mike's had servers/bartenders who did check the ID of volunteers and then served them alcohol. Arrest warrants for Delivery of Alcohol to Certain Person Prohibited are pending for these individuals.

    The following establishments were found in compliance:
1. International Inn
2. Sevens
3. Blue Rider
4. Off the Vine
5. Dakota Lounge
6. Lamplighter
7. Walmart
8. Marketplace Liquor - 16th Ave SW
9. Roosters
10. Starlite
11. Ice Box
12. Paradiso
13. Little Blue Elephant
14. Sakura
15. Cashwise Liquor
16. Mi Mexico
17. Marketplace Liquor - Dakota Square
18. Holiday Inn - Riverside
19. Ben's Tavern
20. Sammy's Pizza

    Shoulder taps were also conducted in conjunction with the compliance checks. Individuals were approached at various locations by underage volunteers who were working with plain clothes officers. These individuals were asked to purchase alcohol for the volunteers. Two individuals agreed to do so and completed the transaction, and were subsequently arrested for Delivery of Alchohol to Certain Person Prohibited.  The following are the individuals arrested:

    42-year old Michael Joseph Triebenbach
    45-year old Todd Michael Staehnke


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is coming to North Dakota in a rare visit from the nation's top law enforcement official. Holder is the keynote speaker Thursday at the fourth annual tribal consultation conference organized by the U.S. attorney's office in North Dakota. Timothy Purdon, U.S. attorney from North Dakota, says it's the first time a sitting attorney general has visited the state since Robert F. Kennedy addressed the National Congress of American Indians in September of 1963.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Several state agriculture leaders say the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed rule for the Clean Water Act is an overreach of federal authority and should be reconsidered. Under the rule proposed by the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers, seasonal and rain-dependent streams - and wetlands near rivers and streams - would be covered by the Clean Water Act. Others would be considered on a case-by-case basis to determine if they play a significant role in the quality of downstream waters.


     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - A judge has agreed to move the trial of a Finley woman accused of killing her husband. Sherry Midstokke will be tried in Fargo instead of Steele County for the death of her husband, Lyle, who was drugged and suffocated in February.

     WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) - State officials say a lightning strike destroyed a saltwater disposal site near Williston on Sunday and caused a spill of about 1,200 barrels of saltwater and oil. About 1,000 barrels have been recovered from the site owned by Houston-based Oasis Petroleum.

     MINOT, N.D. (AP) - Minot residents who have been living in FEMA trailers since the 2011 flood are getting an extension to move the temporary units. The city has voted to extend the deadline if the homeowners present a plan for how they intend to finish work on their flood-damaged homes.

    BISMARCK, ND - School is out in much of North Dakota, but there is still time for high school seniors to apply for North Dakota Scholarships if they're going to college in the fall.  The Legislature established the North Dakota Scholarship Program. To qualify a student needs to have kept a minimum "B" average during high school.  Any North Dakota student who meets the standards is eligible for aid. The total scholarship is capped at six thousand dollars.

    Courtney Sibla of Bismarck went through her first year at the University of Mary with help from a North Dakota Scholarship.  She says it is money you can count on.  And the scholarship aid keeps coming during a student's college career. Sibla says many college scholarships only last through a student's freshman year.

    This Friday is the deadline for applying for a North Dakota scholarship this fall. The instructions are on the website of the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction.


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