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KHRT ND News - Tuesday - 09/10/19 - Morning Edition

Brig. Gen. Jackie Huber has been named the next deputy adjutant general for the North Dakota National Guard.....

    BISMARCK, N.D. - Brig. Gen. Jackie Huber has been named the next deputy adjutant general for the North Dakota National Guard. She is the first female to hold this position in the North Dakota National Guard. She succeeds Brig. Gen. Robert Becklund who is retiring on October 1st.  

    Huber, who is currently assigned as the assistant adjutant general-Army, was promoted to brigadier general in April. As the deputy, she would serve as acting adjutant general in his absence. A native of Bismarck, Huber, has served in the North Dakota Army National Guard since enlisting in 1989.


     BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Montana is considering setting statewide regulations covering the disposal of radioactive oilfield waste. Currently rules are addressed on a case-by-case basis when landfills are licensed.

    The Billings Gazette reports the proposal by the Department of Environmental Quality would apply to naturally occurring radioactive material. The radioactive material is released during fracking for oil and gas. It accumulates in filters used to strain liquids during oil production or in sludge.

    The proposed rules would increase the amount of radiation allowed per load brought to a landfill. They're meant to discourage illegal dumping, which has happened in Montana and North Dakota. The Northern Plains Resource Council questions why the state would increase the amount of radiation allowed when most of the waste is coming from North Dakota.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota's annual pheasant brood survey shows that total pheasants are up 10% from last year and broods have increased by 17%, which state Game and Fish Department officials describe as steady improvement from a dismal year in 2017.

    The numbers released Monday are particularly encouraging in the northwest, up 49% percent from 2018, and southeast, which saw a 32% increase. Upland game biologist RJ Gross says this was the first year "in a while" with good residual cover to start the year and good weather for nesting and brood-rearing. Gross says the state's primary pheasant hunting district, in southwestern North Dakota, is "slowly improving" although total birds were down 7%.

    Neighboring states South Dakota and Minnesota each saw 17% drops in total pheasants from last year.


    MINOT, ND - The title of Miss Norsk Høstfest passed to a new young lady Saturday when 21-year old Sidni Kast of Minot was crowned. Kast, who is of Norwegian and German heritage, is the daughter of Scott and Brenda Kast and grew up in Minot. A 2016 graduate of Minot High School and a 2019 graduate of Minot State University, Kast is currently applying for dental school.


   (Copyright 2019 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)



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