REGGIE TALES Lakota and Turkey and Pork
A belated word about the good people of Lakota, North Dakota. Three of us from the WDAZ Newsroom had the great pleasure of attending the Lakota Barbecue Turkey Festival last Friday night. And let's ju... Posted on 6/22/11 at 1:29 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Hunting Works advocates stress sport's impact
BISMARCK Hunting in North Dakota has a $278 million ripple effect on the states economy and supports nearly 3,000 jobs each year, hunting advocates say.
A new organization called Hunting Works for No... Posted on 10/18/10 at 2:46 PM
The Lakota, N.D., farmer involved in a months-long stand-off with law enforcement in 2011 has struck a plea deal that would keep him and four of his children from serving any time behind bars or having a felony on their record.
Rodney Brossart, the Lakota, N.D., farmer involved in a standoff with Nelson County law enforcement in 2011, is negotiating with prosecutors to forestall a criminal trial that could put him and family members behind bars.
Rodney Brossart appeared with his wife, Susan, and their children Abby, Jacob, Thomas and Alex, all appearing jointly in the pre-trial hearing before state District Judge Joel Medd over criminal charges related to their aggressive resistance to law enforcement officers a year ago who were responding to a complaint from a neighbor over three stray cows and their calves.
Facing multiple felony charges, Brossarts pay $255,000 in cash Rodney Brossart and his family were in a standoff with the Nelson County sheriff for three months, stemming from a June incident. Five family members in all face 11 felony charges ranging from terrorizing to bail jumping.
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