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Associated Press North Dakota News Summary
Wednesday, April 16th 2014 
Latest North Dakota news, sports, business and entertainment
ATTEMPTED MURDER-MOORHEAD

Police say Moorhead man tried to kill girlfriend

MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP) Police are accusing a Minnesota man of trying to kill his girlfriend by choking her, punching her and beating her with a metal bat in their apartment.

Authorities say 34-year-old Michael Karau has been charged with attempted murder and three counts of assault.

Court documents don't show an attorney for Karau. He is due in court April 25.

Records show Karau's girlfriend has several broken bones and has clumps of hair missing from her head.

Authorities say the Moorhead man also tried to drown her in the bathtub.

The woman told police she has been dating Karau for almost a year. Police say she told investigators Karau had assaulted her at least twice before. She said Karau was highly intoxicated during the incident that lasted several hours.

MINOT STATE-FIRED COACH

Minot State looks for new coach after Hoffner exit

MINOT, N.D. (AP) Minot State says the school is disappointed that football coach Todd Hoffner is returning to his old job in Minnesota.

Hoffner said Tuesday he will return to his coaching job at Minnesota State, Mankato after an arbitrator ruled he was wrongfully terminated.

Hoffner was hired in January as head coach at Minot State, and says he will be "forever grateful" to the North Dakota school.

Minot State athletic director Rick Hedberg said in a statement that the school wished Hoffner the best and hoped there was closure for him and his family. Hedberg says the school will move forward quickly to find a replacement.

Minnesota State fired Hoffner last May after he had been accused then cleared of having pornographic images of his children on a work-issued cellphone.

IMPEACHMENT-TRIBE

Turtle Mountain board wants officials ousted

(Information in the following story is from: Bismarck Tribune, http://www.bismarcktribune.com )

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) The judicial board of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa in North Dakota wants to oust two judges and a clerk from office.

The Bismarck Tribune (http://bit.ly/P3UFpM ) reports that the board overseen the tribe's judicial branch plans to hold impeachment hearings for Chief Judge Madonna Marcellais, Judge Andrew Laverdure and Clerk of Court Jolene House.

An attorney hired by the board to review a series of complaints against the tribe's judicial system concluded that the judges and court system showed lack of competence, diligence and professional ethics.

The attorney detailed in a 45-page report that some cases went on too long, were handled improperly and had judges overseeing them without the qualifications required under the tribal constitution.

The newspaper reports Marcellais, Laverdure and House on Tuesday were unavailable to comment.

OIL WASTE DUMPING

North Dakota may fine truck company more than $2M

WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) North Dakota officials say a Wyoming-based trucking company working in the state could face fines of more than $1 million for operating without a license and illegally dumping saltwater, a byproduct of oil production.

The state's health and mineral resources departments announced the possible fines Tuesday.

A Health Department official says Black Hills Trucking Inc. could be fined up to $1,000 for every day it operated without a license. He says it hasn't had a license since 2008.

The Department of Mineral Resources says it is seeking maximum penalties of more than $950,000 from the company for illegally dumping saltwater on a Williams County road.

The company didn't immediately return a call seeking comment.

The Attorney General's office has filed criminal charges against one of the company's drivers for illegal dumping.

MEDORA PIPELINE SPILL

Rugged geography hinders ND pipeline spill cleanup

WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) A North Dakota health official says rugged geography has hindered cleanup efforts at the site of a pipeline spill.

State environmental geologist Kris Roberts says about 100 barrels of oily brine production fluid from a 560-barrel spill near Medora has been cleaned up, but it's unlikely much more will be collected.

The spill from a pipeline owned by Continental Resources occurred about 10 miles south of Medora in what Roberts describes as "extreme badlands terrain."

Roberts says liquid went down a steep ravine, complicating recovery efforts. He says a lot of the fluid was likely absorbed by soil.

Roberts says both the Health Department and Continental Resources have taken samples from the site and will come up with a response plan once test results come in.

WORKFORCE SAFETY- LAWSUIT

ND workers' comp sues over failed computer project

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) North Dakota's workers' compensation agency has sued a Chicago company over a failed $17 million computer system overhaul.

Workforce Safety and Insurance hired Aon eSolutions in 2007 for a software system upgrade. The work was to cost $14 million but was plagued by delays and cost overruns and was never finished.

The contract with the company expired in 2012 and WSI did not renew it. WSI says the company failed to deliver a software system.

Aon says in a statement that it did nothing wrong and the company looks forward to telling its side of the story in court.

The state Legislature last year gave WSI $750,000 for potential litigation.

WSI Deputy Director Clare Carlson says the agency is still using its old computer system.


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Associated Press North Dakota News Summary
Tuesday, April 15th 2014 
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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) Government officials in the Dakotas say they're ready for ranchers to start signing up for federal disaster aid to help them recover from an October blizzard. Signup begins today for the Livestock Indemnity Program and also the Livestock Forage Disaster Program. The blizzard killed more than 1,000 cattle in North Dakota.

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) North Dakota officials are negotiating a $3 million deal to keep Dakota the duckbilled dinosaur on permanent display in Bismarck. The mummified fossil is planned as a cornerstone of a $51 million expansion at the North Dakota Heritage Center. Tyler Lyson (LEE'-suhn) discovered the dinosaur on his uncle's ranch in southwestern North Dakota in 1999.

FARGO, N.D. (AP) A North Dakota man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison after pleading guilty to killing his brother during an altercation on the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation. Twenty-six-year-old Orlen Smith Jr. was sentenced yesterday. Authorities say the Bismarck man stabbed Daniel Smith to death in February 2013 in St. Michael.

FARGO, N.D. (AP) Penn State assistant Maren (MAHR'-ehn) Walseth is the new head women's basketball coach at North Dakota State University. NDSU named Walseth to replace Carolyn DeHoff, who resigned after six seasons. Walseth has been at Penn State the past seven seasons.


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Associated Press North Dakota News Summary
Tuesday, April 15th 2014 
Latest North Dakota news, sports, business and entertainment
DAKOTA-DINOSAUR DEAL

ND dealing to keep dinosaur mummy in Bismarck

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) North Dakota officials are negotiating a $3 million deal to keep Dakota the duckbilled dinosaur on permanent display in Bismarck.

The rare mummified fossil is planned as a cornerstone of a $51 million expansion at the North Dakota Heritage Center.

Tyler Lyson discovered the dinosaur on his uncle's ranch in southwestern North Dakota in 1999.

Researchers say Dakota is one of the most important dinosaur discoveries in recent times. The petrified beast has been the subject of a children's book and an adult book, and National Geographic television programs.

State paleontologist John Hoganson says negotiations to keep the petrified beast in Bismarck are ongoing. He says money for the deal would come from private donations.

Dakota currently on loan to the North Dakota Heritage Center until July 2015.

RAIL DELAYS-FERTILIZER

Hoeven: BNSF pledges to speed fertilizer delivery

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) Sen. John Hoeven says BNSF Railway Co. has promised to add more trains to ensure timely delivery of fertilizer for spring planting.

Hoeven says BNSF Executive Chairman Matt Rose told him that the railroad "will dedicate additional resources and crews to get fertilizer to North Dakota producers faster."

Increased crude oil and freight shipments largely have been blamed for causing the rail delays.

BNSF has said that rail service has been backlogged due to bad weather.

FARGO TV SHOW

North Dakota native adds expertise to 'Fargo' show

FARGO, N.D. (AP) Residents in North Dakota's largest city are ready to celebrate the premier of "Fargo" the TV show, along with a homegrown actor who plays a part in the series.

The 90-minute episode on FX will be shown Tuesday night at the historic Fargo Theater. The Joel and Ethan Coen production stars Billy Bob Thornton, who plays the bad guy, and Martin Freeman, who plays an insurance salesman corrupted by Thornton.

North Dakota native Tom Musgrave, who plays Freeman's boss in the show, will attend the premier in Fargo and take the stage for a question-and-answer session afterward. Musgrave was born in Bottineau and grew up in Valley City.

Musgrave says he had an advantage with his North Dakota background and jokes that he was the "expert on set."

SYNTHETIC DRUG OVERDOSES

Man sentenced to 20 years in synthetic drug case

FARGO, N.D. (AP) One of 15 people to plead guilty in a synthetic drug conspiracy that resulted in the overdose deaths of two teenagers has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.

Casey Rosen (row-ZEEN') pleaded guilty in January 2013 to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute controlled substances resulting in serious bodily injury and death. He is the 13th defendant sentenced in the case.

Authorities say Rosen was a partner with Andrew Spofford, who cooked up the chemicals that led to the June 2012 deaths of two teens who lived in the Grand Forks area. Assistant U.S Attorney Chris Myers called Rosen the "money man" in the operation.

Spofford was sentenced earlier to 17 years in prison.

Investigators have dubbed the case "Operation Stolen Youth."

ELUDING ARREST

Police: Woman arrested after trying to flee

MINOT, N.D. (AP) Minot police say they've arrested a 33-year-old Surrey woman accused of eluding officers and ramming a patrol car during a traffic stop.

Police say that when officers attempted to stop the vehicle just before 2 a.m. Monday, it drove over a curb and into another roadway. Officers say they attempted to make contact with the driver and it reversed and rammed a patrol car, nearly striking the officer.

The vehicle fled again and was stopped a short time later.

Police say Stacie Wattendorf was booked in the Ward County jail on charges of reckless endangerment and fleeing or eluding an officer in a motor vehicle. Attorney information for Wattendorf was not listed in court records.

COBB-KANSAS CITY SHOOTING

Craig Cobb friends with suspect in KS slayings

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) White supremacist Craig Cobb is friends with a man jailed in the killing of three people at a Jewish community center and Jewish retirement complex near Kansas City on Sunday.

Cobb says he last spoke with Frazier Glenn Cross on Thursday and that Cross gave no indication that he might be planning an attack.

Cobb says the allegations against Cross have nothing to do with him and so he isn't commenting. But he says he hopes Cross didn't do it.

Cobb is jailed in North Dakota while he awaits an April 29 sentencing for terrorizing residents of Leith.

Cross, of Aurora, Mo., hasn't been formally charged in the Kansas City killings, but U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom says there's enough evidence to justify submitting a hate-crimes case to a grand jury.

SUPREMACIST SETTLEMENT-COBB

Cobb wants to 'retire from white nationalism'

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) A white supremacist who unsuccessfully tried to take over the small North Dakota town of Leith says he wants to leave the state if he's released from jail and "retire from white nationalism."

Sixty-two-year-old Craig Cobb has been jailed since mid-November, when he was arrested for terrorizing residents of Leith during an armed patrol. He's awaiting an April 29 sentencing, and hoping a judge will spare him more jail time by accepting a plea deal that calls for four years of probation.

Cobb says if he gets out of jail he'll petition another state to accept him, which would be a requirement of his probation. He didn't say which state.

Cobb says he feels he's done his part to promote white nationalism and is tired of the spotlight.

VALLEY CITY STATE-PRESIDENT

Search committee named for new VCSU president

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) The North Dakota University System has named the members of a committee that will search for the new president of Valley City State University.

The members of the committee announced on Monday are tasked with finding the successor of Steven Shirley who will be taking over as Minot State University president in July 2014.

Kirsten Diederich is the chair of the state's Board of Higher Education. She will head the committee that is composed of students, faculty, staff and community leaders.

A national search firm that is yet to be selected will assist in the process.

Shirley is in his sixth year at Valley City State. He has spent 17 years in higher education. He previously served as vice president and dean of student affairs at Dakota State University.


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Associated Press North Dakota News Summary
Monday, April 14th 2014 
Latest North Dakota news, sports, business and entertainment
SYNTHETIC DRUG OVERDOSES

Sentencing scheduled in synthetic drug conspiracy

FARGO, N.D. (AP) One of 15 people to plead guilty in a synthetic drug conspiracy that resulted in the overdose deaths of two teenagers is scheduled to be sentenced in federal court.

Casey Rosen is charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute controlled substances resulting in serious bodily injury and death. He would be the 13th defendant sentenced in the case.

Authorities say Rosen was a partner with Andrew Spofford, who cooked up the chemicals that led to the June 2012 deaths of two teens who lived in the Grand Forks area. Spofford was sentenced earlier to 17 years in prison.

Investigators have dubbed the case "Operation Stolen Youth."

SUPREMACIST SETTLEMENT

Sentencing set for white supremacist in ND

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) A white supremacist who tried to take over the small North Dakota town of Leith is to be sentenced late this month for terrorizing its residents.

A pre-sentence investigation was submitted to the court late last week, and sentencing for Craig Cobb has been scheduled for April 29.

The 62-year-old Cobb initially faced seven felony terrorizing charges for carrying out armed patrols in mid-November. The charges could have landed him in prison for 35 years.

In late February he agreed to plead guilty to five misdemeanor menacing charges and one felony terrorizing count in a plea agreement that would spare him further jail time, but Judge David Reich (ryk) ordered the pre-sentence investigation before accepting the deal.

Leith Mayor Ryan Schock says he wants Cobb to go to prison.

RAIL DELAYS-FERTILIZER

Hoeven: BNSF pledges to speed fertilizer delivery

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) Sen. John Hoeven says BNSF Railway Co. has promised to add more trains to ensure timely delivery of fertilizer for spring planting.

Hoeven says BNSF CEO Matt Rose told him that the railroad "will dedicate additional resources and crews to get fertilizer to North Dakota producers faster."

The president of the North Dakota Farmers Union says fertilizer supplies must be supplemented this spring to ensure there are no shortages. Mark Watne (WAHT'-nee) says some dealers have quit pre-selling fertilizer because they can't guarantee delivery.

Watne says grain shipments also are up to a month behind because of the lack of rail cars.

Increased crude oil and freight shipments largely have been blamed for causing the rail delays.

BNSF has said that rail service has been backlogged due to bad weather.

PROJECT HEAT

Williston homeless shelter effort deemed a success

(Information in the following story is from: Williston Herald, http://www.willistonherald.com)

WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) The city of Williston has formally recognized a company that provided beds at its crew camp for a temporary emergency homeless shelter.

Officials didn't disclose the location of the shelter earlier for security reasons. The effort dubbed Project Heat ended at the close of March, and the Williston Herald reports that Mayor Ward Koeser and city commissioners recently thanked Aries Systems Building for providing 10 beds at its crew camp for 50 nights.

The Salvation Army and several Williston-area churches organized the program in February, with the help of about three dozen volunteers. Salvation Army Capt. Joshua Stansbury says officials hope to start it up again in November.

TAX DEADLINE

ND Tax Department extends hours on Monday, Tuesday

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) The North Dakota Tax Department is extending its hours on Monday and Tuesday to help state residents who are filing their state returns at the last minute.

Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger (RAW'-shun-BUR'-gur) says his department will be open until 7.p.m. on Monday and 9 p.m. on the deadline Tuesday to accommodate taxpayers who have last-minute questions or want to drop off their return in person.

Rauschenberger says anyone unable to file their return by the April 15 deadline should file an application for an extension.


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Associated Press North Dakota News Summary
Monday, April 14th 2014 
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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) A white supremacist who tried to take over the North Dakota town of Leith is set to be sentenced this month for terrorizing its residents. Sentencing for 62-year-old Craig Cobb has been scheduled for April 29th. In February, Cobb agreed to plead guilty in a plea agreement that would spare him further jail time, but the judge ordered a pre-sentence investigation before accepting the deal.

(Information in the following story is from: Williston Herald, http://www.willistonherald.com)

WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) The city of Williston has formally recognized a company that provided beds at its crew camp for a temporary emergency homeless shelter. The effort dubbed Project Heat ended last month, and Mayor Ward Koeser and city commissioners recently thanked Aries Systems Building for providing 10 beds at its camp for 50 nights. The Salvation Army and several area churches organized the program in February.

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) The North Dakota Tax Department is extending its hours today and tomorrow to help state residents who are filing their state returns at the last minute. Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger (RAW'-shun-BUR'-gur) says his department will be open until 7 p.m. today and 9 p.m. tomorrow to accommodate taxpayers who have last-minute questions. Rauschenberger says anyone unable to file their return by tomorrow's deadline should file an application for an extension.

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) Ranchers in the Dakotas who lost cattle and other livestock during an October blizzard can start signing up for federal disaster aid this week. Signup begins tomorrow for the Livestock Indemnity Program. The snow storm killed more than 1,000 farm animals in North Dakota and more than 43,000 cattle and other livestock in South Dakota.


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Associated Press North Dakota News Summary
Monday, April 14th 2014 
Here is the latest North Dakota news from The Associated Press
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) The North Dakota Tax Department is extending its hours today and tomorrow to help state residents who are filing their state returns at the last minute. Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger says his department will be open until 7.p.m. today and 9 p.m. tomorrow to accommodate taxpayers who have last-minute questions or want to drop off their return in person.

MEDORA, N.D. (AP) About 560 barrels of production fluid have leaked from a pipeline into a drainage system in Billings County in western North Dakota. The fluid is saltwater brine that is injected back into a geological formation to push oil toward production wells. State inspectors have visited the site to test the water and soil.

(Information in the following story is from: WDAY-TV, http://wday.com)

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) The parents of a University of North Dakota student who died after an accident in a rail yard have sued a railroad company and a fraternity. The parents of Blake Ayling say BNSF Railway and Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity contributed to their son's death in March 2012. Ayling died of blood loss after his right arm got tangled in a train and was torn off. His death was ruled an accident.

MINOT, N.D. (AP) The Minot Police Department says three people are facing drug charges after officers found marijuana and cocaine inside a vehicle. Police say they found the vehicle after a caller complained about loud noise. Police say officers found Kirsche Rosel, Jaron Jellison and Andrew Barron inside the car.


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Associated Press North Dakota News Summary
Monday, April 14th 2014 
Latest North Dakota news, sports, business and entertainment
WILDLIFE MEETINGS

Wildlife meetings set in 3 ND cities this week

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is holding spring advisory board meetings in three cities this week.

Meetings in Williston, Turtle Lake and Walhalla were called off due to a snow storm in late March and early April.

Game and Fish says the Turtle Lake and Williston meetings have been rescheduled for Monday and the Walhalla meeting for Tuesday.

The annual meetings give North Dakotans an opportunity to discuss fish and wildlife issues with state officials. Meetings were scheduled in eight cities.

PIPELINE LEAKS

Pipeline leaks production fluid in western ND

MEDORA, N.D. (AP) About 560 barrels of production fluid have leaked from a pipeline into a drainage system in Billings County in western North Dakota.

Kris Roberts with state's Department of Health says the fluid is saltwater brine that is injected back into a geological formation to push oil toward production wells.

Oklahoma-based Continental Resources operates the pipeline. State officials say the company reported that the fluid leaked from a pipeline into a dry drainage, and some of the material reached a flowing drainage.

Roberts says the fluid also went through a stockman's pasture.

Officials say about 100 barrels of fluid had been recovered as of Saturday afternoon. Berms have been built on the site to prevent fluid from flowing elsewhere.

State inspectors have visited the site to test the water and soil.

HEITKAMP ENERGY CRITICISM

Heitkamp finds identity as Obama energy critic

WASHINGTON (AP) Senator Heidi Heitkamp (HYT'-kamp) is emerging as perhaps President Barack Obama's most consistent Democratic critic on energy policy. She's using much of her time as senator to work on energy issues she says are critical to her state and regularly finds herself at odds with Obama.

Heitkamp says that Obama's energy policy lacks consistency. She also says that when he talks about an "all of the above" energy policy, that's not what she sees.

Heitkamp has criticized the administration for its stance on coal, the Canada-to-Texas Keystone XL oil pipeline and other issues. As a former director for a coal and natural gas plant in North Dakota, Heitkamp says tackling energy issues comes naturally.

GUARD CHANGE

ND National Guard unit plans change of command

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) The military has conducted a change of command ceremony for a North Dakota National Guard unit.

Brigadier General David Anderson retired as commander of the Guard's Army Component Command on Sunday.

Colonel Robert Fode is now commanding the unit, overseeing about 3,350 soldiers.

A retirement ceremony was held for Anderson following the change of command.

RAIL YARD BODY

Parents sue BNSF, UND fraternity in son's death

(Information in the following story is from: WDAY-TV, http://wday.com)

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) The parents of a University of North Dakota student who died after an accident in a rail yard have sued a railroad company and a fraternity.

WDAY-TV reports the parents of 20-year-old Blake Ayling say BNSF Railway and Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity contributed to their son's death in March 2012.

Ayling died of blood loss after his right arm got tangled in a train and was torn off. His death was ruled an accident.

Ayling's parents argue BNSF knew people crossed through the rail yard, but made little efforts to warn them of unseen dangers. They say the fraternity contributed to their son's death by allowing him to drink alcohol on the premises.

BNSF says it's reviewing the lawsuit. The fraternity didn't respond to a request for comment.

DRUG BUST

Minot police arrest 3 on drug charges

MINOT, N.D. (AP) The Minot Police Department says three people are facing drug charges after officers found marijuana and cocaine inside a vehicle.

Police say they found the vehicle after a caller complained about loud noise and reported that it appeared three individuals who were outside the car were possibly using drugs.

Shortly before 2 a.m. Sunday, officers found 23-year-old Kirsche Rosel, 21-year-old Jaron Jellison and 22-year-old Andrew Barron, all of Minot, inside the car.

Police say a search of the car yielded marijuana, marijuana paraphernalia and cocaine.

Authorities say the individuals face initial charges of possession of marijuana and possession of marijuana paraphernalia. Barron has also been charged with possession of cocaine, while Jellison was charged with the same offense and tampering with evidence.

It's unclear whether the individuals have legal representation.


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