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KHRT ND NEWS - WEDNESDAY - 08/13/14 - MORNING EDITION

WILLISTON, ND - Commemorating the newest Post Office in the Bakken Oil Field region, the U.S. Postal Service held a ribbon cutting ceremony...

WILLISTON, ND - Commemorating the newest Post Office in the Bakken Oil Field region, the U.S. Postal Service held a ribbon cutting ceremony and facility tour today at the Badlands Station in Williston.

The ceremony was hosted by the Postal Service's Dakotas District Manager Darrell Stoke and remarks were offered by U.S. Senators Heidi Heitkamp and John Hoeven, a representative from Congressman Kevin Cramer's office, Williston Mayor Howard Klug and Williston Area Chamber of Commerce representative Shawn Wenko.

The 5,880 square-foot Badlands Station Post Office opened for business on July 1 and is Williston's second postal retail facility offering 2,800 P.O. boxes and a self-service kiosk accessible 24/7, plus other Postal services to enhance the Williston community's experience with their Post Office.

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GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) - A truck driver arrested last month at a border crossing between North Dakota and Canada is accused of possessing thousands of images of child pornography that was downloaded at various truck and rest stops.  Garold Miller, of Bridger, Montana, is charged in federal court with transporting child pornography using interstate commerce. He made his first court appearance Tuesday in Grand Forks, but was not asked to enter a plea.
 
     Authorities searched Miller's truck on July 15 at the Pembina border station and found a laptop computer, three external hard drives and one flash drive. His electronic devices allegedly contained about 26,000 still images and more than 800 videos of child pornography.  Federal public defender Neil Fulton says a case involving computer forensic evidence is complicated and requires time to assess.

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DRAKE, N.D. (AP) - The Highway Patrol says it has identified the vehicle that struck and killed a Texas man on U.S. Highway 52 in North Dakota, along with the vehicle's driver.  The hit-and-run incident near Drake on July 2 killed 51-year-old Carlos Price, of Houston.
 
     Authorities say they have identified the vehicle as a semitrailer hauling fracking sand. They say the driver is a 54-year-old man from Cheyenne, Wyoming. The patrol has given the case to the McHenry County state's attorney for possible charges.  The patrol says Price was walking along the highway about 2:30 a.m. on July 2 after the vehicle he and a woman were in went off the road and became submerged in water. The semi allegedly left the scene after hitting Price. The woman wasn't hurt.

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FARGO, N.D. (AP) - A road construction company says it will have to redo 50 feet of concrete on a Fargo street after a 78-year-old woman drove through fresh cement.  The accident happened Tuesday morning in a construction zone near 25th Street and Interstate 94. Authorities say the woman became confused and drove her car through 12 inches of wet cement until she got stuck.  The woman will not be cited but her insurance company will pick up the tab for replacing the concrete.

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