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WALSH COUNTY

The SUV drifted into the lane of an oncoming 2021 International semi before the fatal head-on crash, the North Dakota Highway Patrol said.
The body found in a burned-out vehicle near Minto, North Dakota, last month has been identified as Bonita Dolney, 63.
The Walsh County Sheriff’s Office says the investigation is ongoing and no more information will be released at this time.
48-year-old Samuel Shutt is accused of sexually assaulting a female victim twice between the ages of 15 and 17.

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On Oct. 14, 15, 18 and 19, the community will have the chance to get involved in Destination Red River Region as Brooks holds community meetings for each of the four counties, where he will talk about areas in each county he identifies as needing improvement. The presentations will be mostly photographic, and Brooks will offer suggestions on how towns can improve.
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Two Walsh County inmates are back in custody after an alleged violent attack on jail staff and escape from custody Friday night.
If North Dakota farmers plant 7 million acres of soybeans the state will have the fourth largest soybean acreage in the United States, behind only longtime leaders, Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota, according to the March 31 U.S. Department of Agriculture prospective planting report.
Crash occurred when his vehicle hit a tree after leaving the road.
In late 2020, the North Dakota Emergency Medical Services Association recognized Daniel Young for his service, awarding him the NDEMS Provider of the Year award during a Park River Ambulance Service squad meeting.

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In its opinion released Tuesday, Jan. 12, the North Dakota Supreme Court said Aune “did not receive an enhanced sentence, because his sentence was not beyond the statutory maximum, nor were the convictions used to impose a mandatory minimum sentence.”
The coronavirus pandemic has brought strain to the rural hospital in Walsh County, North Dakota.
GRAFTON, N.D. – Masked voters, after sanitizing their hands and picking up a pen packaged in plastic, trooped into the Grafton Armory gymnasium to vote on Election Day.

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