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Minnesota State Rep. Paul Marquart (DFL-4B) will be a guest with WDAY radio host Jay Thomas at 2:35 p.m. Monday, June 26, and will discuss how state lawmakers are trying to figure out how to deal with million of dollars owed to Enbridge Oil Co . Listeners can call in with questions by calling 293-9000 (Fargo) or 1-888-970-9329, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org .
FARGO—Pierre-Paul Lamoureux is returning to the Fargo Force junior hockey team as an associate head coach.
FARGO – A man was hit by an Amtrak train early Thursday morning, June 22, in downtown Fargo. It happened about 2 a.m. in the 500 block of Roberts Street. Deputy Police Chief Joe Anderson said the train was pulling into the Amtrak station when the man walked onto the tracks. The man was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries, according to Anderson, who declined to release the victim’s name.
COGSWELL, N.D. – A 57-year-old man has died after he went underwater in a Sargent County slough Sunday night, June 18, authorities said. William VanderVoort, of rural Gwinner, was swimming in the Kraft Slough, about 10 miles northwest of Cogswell. He was with friends when he went underwater and was not found for at least 20 minutes. VanderVoort was first taken to a hospital in Oakes and later was taken to Sanford Medical Center in Fargo.
DICKINSON, N.D.-- Dickinson police are investigating a potential shaken baby incident that occurred earlier this week where a 4-month-old baby was life-flighted to a Fargo hospital in critical condition. As of Thursday, no information on the child’s condition was available. Dickinson Police Department Capt. David Wilkie said police were notified about the incident by Stark County Social Services.
BISMARCK — A North Dakota sailor who died during the Pearl Harbor attack 75 years ago will be honored Saturday, June 24, when U.S. and state flags are flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset. Gunners Mate 1st Class Arthur C. Neuenschwander, who joined the Navy in February 1927, will be buried next to his parents in his hometown of Fessenden. Neuenschwander was stationed aboard the USS Oklahoma when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor the morning of Dec. 7, 1941. The Oklahoma was one of the first ships in Battleship Row to be hit by Japanese torpedoes.
MAHNOMEN, Minn. — A pilot is in a Fargo hospital after a plane crashed in a field near the Mahnomen Airport on Tuesday evening, June 20. The Mahnomen County Sheriff's Office received a report regarding the crash about 8 p.m. Tuesday at the airport, which is about 5 miles south of Mahnomen. According to the sheriff's office: Two workers with the Minnesota Department of Transportation were first to arrive at the crash scene and pulled the pilot, Mark Habedank, 56, of Twin Valley, from the cockpit.
A man was transported to the Ely Community Hospital after accidentally shooting himself in the buttocks Thursday. The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office reported that it was called to the Angleworm Lake area off the Echo Trail for a man who had accidentally shot himself while camping at about 3 p.m.
CLOQUET, Minn. — Charges have been filed against the owners of three dogs that allegedly escaped a kennel and killed another dog that was being walked by a Cloquet woman last week. Stephen Woollett, 59, and Amber Woollett, 22, both of Cloquet, each are charged with misdemeanor counts of dangerous animals — attack by an animal and dogs running at large. Amber Woollett faces two counts of each, while Stephen Woollett faces one of each. The charges each carry maximum penalties of 90 days in jail and a $1,000 fine. According to the criminal complaint: