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By Tom Cherveny / West Central Tribune The Montevideo man who was apprehended as federal authorities seized explosive devices from his parent’s home appeared in federal court Tuesday.
Tom Cherveny / West Central Tribune MURDOCK — Four people were treated at the Swift County-Benson Hospital for inhalation of anhydrous ammonia, and two were subsequently transported by air ambulance following a semi-truck and train accident Tuesday morning west of Murdock, the Swift County Sheriff’s Office reported. The driver of the semi and trailer rig was transported to the hospital in Benson and airlifted.
They’ve already been searching for guns, explosives, bodies, suspects, illegal fruit and even toxic mercury.
By Emily Welker / The Forum FARGO – Giving Point’s mission for the past five years has been to help area nonprofits raise cash for worthy causes, but court documents show that one of its employees has been raising cash primarily for herself by allegedly stealing more than $140,000 of Giving Point’s money. Sheila Horner, 47, of Fargo, was charged Monday in Cass County District Court with one count of forgery and one of theft, both Class B felonies, for forging $110,350 in checks from Giving Point, and for unauthorized charges on the company’s credit cards for another $33,424.
By Mike Nowatzki / The Forum BOTTINEAU, N.D. – The mother of two boys killed by a drunken driver last summer was cited for DUI after rolling her car last weekend, just days after she and her husband stood behind Gov. Jack Dalrymple as he signed a bill strengthening the state’s impaired driving penalties. Sandra P. Hernandez, 30, of Souris, wasn’t hurt in the rollover crash that happened at 9 a.m. Saturday about five miles north and two miles east of Newburg, said Capt.
The following cases were heard April 30 by Beltrami District Judge Shari Schlucter: Douglas Charles Howard, 25, of Cass Lake was sentenced for driving after cancellation. He must serve one year in jail, 355 days of which are stayed for two years. He was placed on two years probation. Joseph Ervin Bush, 53, of Naytahwash was sentenced for gross misdemeanor driving after cancellation. He was sentenced to one year in jail, 355 days of which are stayed for two years.
By Justin Glawe / Bemidji Pioneer BEMIDJI — Police are looking for a Cass Lake man accused of poisoning his neighbor’s pets with antifreeze in January. A warrant was issued in late March for William Lee Croaker Jr., 39, 17158 Mission Road SE, in Ten Lakes Township.
Annette Olson imagined the horrible yelping sounds to be wolves fighting over a fresh deer kill somewhere on her wooded Canosia Township property Wednesday afternoon. When the yelping persisted, she ran outside to investigate and saw what appeared to be her 4-year-old black Labrador retriever mix, Willow, injured in the woods. Not knowing whether she had been hit by a car or injured some other way, Olson called to the dog. That was a mistake, she said.
By Amy Dalrymple / The Forum WILLISTON — When it came time for two Montana oilmen to name their horse, Frac Daddy was a natural choice. Petroleum geologist Carter Stewart, who does a lot of work in North Dakota, said the horse’s father is named Scat Daddy and naming the 3-year-old gray colt after hydraulic fracturing just popped out of his mouth. Frac Daddy, owned by Stewart and partner Ken Schlenker, both of Billings, will be horse No.
By Crystal Dey / A,exandria Echo Press Spring has finally arrived in Minnesota. Soon lake lovers will be setting their sights on scenes of summer: boating, skiing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming – and, of course, the emergence of watercraft inspectors patrolling for zebra mussels. Residents of Douglas County have grown mindful of what goes into and comes out of area waters. But, if you really love lakes, you’re going to need scuba gear and a PVC pipe. Aquatic ecologist Dr.