When families show up at Stump Lake Park for the annual Mother’s Day Buffet next May, they shouldn’t have to worry about a soggy floor buckling under their feet, like they did this year. Construction will begin next week on a new Stump Lake Café, replacing a building that has been damaged as a result of the 19-year-old Devils Lake flood.
News media around the nation are keeping a close eye on the case of a Lakota, N.D., area farmer accused of cattle theft because, many suggest, it has the potential to set legal precedent for the use of unmanned aircraft in police surveillance.
Farmer, family involved in summer standoff face terrorizing, theft charges The attorney for the Nelson County farmer charged with terrorizing and theft felonies in the unusual standoff last summer that started with wandering cows said Thursday he may challenge the use of a federal drone in the farmer’s arrest.
The Patrol said Curtis Olson, 45, was driving a 2011 International semi-trailer heading north on U.S. Highway 1 and pulled through the intersection in front of a car heading west on U.S. Highway 2. Mark Restemayer, 43, was driving the second vehicle, with four passengers — Pedro Moreira, 21, Marcelo Rodrigues Monteiro, 23, Thiago Muniz Magnani, 22 and Luis Paulo Trabach Alves, 21.
The Lakota, N.D., family involved in a protracted standoff with authorities will not be arraigned for at least a month.
The Brossart family, who face a number of felony charges including bail jumping, terrorizing and theft, haven’t had representation in previous court appearances.
Lakota and Larimore are among several North Dakota communities in the running for a $50,000 grant for community projects from Reader’s Digest. The second annual “We Hear You America” competition kicked off Nov. 16. Towns across the U.S. can compete to win funds and promotional support, including a grant of up to $50,000.
For the Rev. Dale Peterson, a retired Lutheran pastor in Lakota, N.D., Veterans Day naturally ties in with weekend worship services because his service in World War II is part of the reason he entered the ministry.
Peterson, 85, came out of Warren, Minn., in 1942, and saw the world as a sailor under fire.
NDDOT making changes on I-29 and US 2 ”Grand Forks 1 Mile” said the sign. “Grand Forks 1 Mile” said the sign behind it. It’s not double vision. It’s state crews at work replacing old, weathered signs. The old ones will go down when crews finish installing the new ones.
Judge sets bail at $100,000 cash-only for Rodney Brossart
Rodney Brossart and four of his children, handcuffed and clad in jail orange, appeared Monday in state district court here on felony bail-jumping charges stemming from a confrontation with law enforcement in late June at their farm.
Tip leads to arrests; father and four adult children in jail, ending for now a long standoff
Nelson County Sheriff Kelly Janke and Deputy Keith Olson went into a farm field and arrested Rodney Brossart and his son, Jacob, off of a tractor about 3 p.m. Sunday southeast of Lakota, N.D.
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