Author: Austin Erickson

Water Shut Off To Half of Emerado, ND

EMERADO, ND – The city of Emerado says water is shut off to one side of town. Crews say it will come back on once they can get water levels back to an appropriate level. The city also says water is not being supplied to the water tower. However, it has enough water for the next day-and-a-half. Officials say it’s important…

White Earth Nation Creates Tribal Gaming Commission

WHITE EARTH NATION – The White Earth Reservation Business Committee unanimously approves a new gaming ordinance. It makes the Tribal Gaming Commission separate from tribal government. The group’s goal is to regulate licensed gaming operations within the tribe. The commission will have five members appointed by the Tribal Council. White Earth Secretary Treasurer Alan Roy says it will provide a…

Fallen Officers Honored During Law Enforcement Memorial In Fargo

163 law enforcement officers died while on duty last year in the United States

FARGO, ND — Local and county law enforcement remember the officers who gave their lives in the line of duty. 163 law enforcement officers died while on duty last year. In their memory, 163 flags are standing in a field of flags near the American Legion Memorial Fountain for Law Enforcement Memorial Day at Lindenwood Park. Speakers include U.S. Attorney For…

North Dakota crops still behind average pace

FARGO, N.D. – Slightly more than one-third of North Dakota’s spring wheat crop is in the ground, but the pace of planting still lags well behind average. The Agriculture Department in its weekly crop report says nearly two-thirds of the crop should be seeded by now. Planting of almost all crops in the state is behind the average pace after…