KHRT ND News – 07/10/21

KHRT NEWS – SATURDAY – 071021 – 0700
MINOT, ND – The Minot Police Department has sought and received an arrest warrant for 32-year old Kamauri Kennedy for the Murder and Conspiracy to Commit Murder, in the death of 33-year old Domonique Kelley. Kelly’s body was found in a burning vehicle in southeast Minot on June 3rd. Both charges are Class AA Felonies. Kennedy was last known to be in the Detroit MI area. Kennedy is described as a black male, approximately 6’1″ tall, weighing approximately 220 lbs. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Kennedy should call their local police or the Minot Police Department at 701-852-0111 or Crime Stoppers at 701-852-7463 (701-85-CRIME). Callers may remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward. Reference Case #21-15675.
MINOT, ND – The Minot Police Department has secured arrest warrants for 25-year old Trevon O. Anderson and 26-year old Jorge S. Mendoza, Jr. in connection to the burglary of Knowles Jewelry on June 30th. Both were apprehended by the Devil’s Lake Police Department after being led on a pursuit. Anderson and Mendoza were found to be in possession of items taken in the Knowles Jewelry burglary. Other evidence was obtained that connected them to the crime. As a result, Anderson and Mendoza were charged with Theft of Property (Class A Felony), Burglary (Class C Felony), Criminal Mischief (Class C Felony) and Wearing a mask during commission of a criminal offense (Class A Misdemeanor). Both are in the custody of Lake Region Correctional Center in Devils Lake.
FARGO, N.D. (AP) – The average price for gas in North Dakota has hit a six-year high. KFGO reports that according to AAA, the average price for a gallon of regular gas in the state is now $3. The last time drivers in North Dakota paid an average of $3 per gallon was Nov. 18, 2014. The current average is up 14 cents from a month ago and 90 cents from this time last year. It’s still 14 cents below the national average of $3.14, however. According to AAA, increases in the cost of crude oil spurred by robust demand are driving the price jumps.
MEDORA, ND – The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation (TRMF) will welcome veterans and active duty service members of the United States to attend the Medora Musical for free on Sunday, July 11th. Veterans Day In Medora is an annual summer tradition for TRMF. Military members past and present attend one of two performances of the Medora Musical free, as well as a social, and free rides on Manitou the Point to Point Zipline.
“The Medora Musical always features a salute to service members, but we’re so glad we can dedicate an entire evening to the brave men and women who defended our country,” says Kaelee Knoell, Marketing Manager for TRMF. “It’s a great gift the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation gets to give.”
Veterans Day In Medora is made possible by the TRMF Veterans Appreciation Day Endowment, which was initially funded by Mary Larsen, and has been substantially supported by philanthropy on the part of Van & Dee Larson and Guaranty & Title Co.

The schedule of events on July 11th is as follows:

– For all veterans – free Medora Musical tickets to the 5:30 PM and 8:30 PM MDT shows. Both shows include a special pre-show program.

– Social at the Pitchfork Steak Fondue from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM MDT. Includes a special award ceremony by the Missouri River Quilts of Valor.
– Free rides on Manitou the Point to Point Zipline
Veterans and active duty service members who wish to attend the Medora Musical on Veterans Day are reminded to get tickets ahead of time at
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