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Grace is troublesome for control freaks - sinners curved in on themselves, bent on securing their own existence and status.
 
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KHRT ND NEWS - MONDAY - 10/08/18 - NOON EDITION

A Bottineau man has been charged with felony manslaughter in a fatal shooting in the town.....

     BOTTINEAU, N.D. (AP) - A Bottineau man has been charged with felony manslaughter in a fatal shooting in the town. Nineteen-year-old Carlos Valentin is accused of accidentally shooting Devon Main on Wednesday while handling a handgun he didn't know was loaded. Main was pronounced dead at a hospital. Valentin appeared in court Friday but didn't enter a plea. His bond was set at $500,000 cash. He faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.

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    BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Bismarck police are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in a parking lot. KFYR-TV reports that officers who responded to a welfare check at the Bismarck Motor Hotel on Sunday afternoon discovered the man face-down in the parking lot. He was declared dead at the scene. Police say they death appears accidental, but they're still investigating.

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     GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) - Grand Forks police are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found near the Red River. Authorities say someone attending a cross-country track meet discovered the woman's body in some trees east of a boat landing shortly before noon Saturday. KFGO reports police say foul play is not suspected. The woman's body was taken to the University of North Dakota Pathology Center. She has not been identified.

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     STANLEY, N.D. (AP) - A New Town man is facing a felony charge after allegedly biting the hand of a jail guard in Mountrail County. The Minot Daily News reports 25-year-old David Blue is accused of biting the knuckle of a female guard who was trying to subdue him at the county jail on Sept. 7. The charge against him carries a maximum punishment of five years in prison. Court documents indicate he's representing himself in court. A home telephone listing for him couldn't be found. He could enter a plea at a Nov. 1 hearing.
 
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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A Bismarck middle school has been selected for a pilot project to identify prevention and early intervention services for students with mental health disorders. Thirteen schools applied for a $150,000 grant that the Legislature approved last year for the project. The Bismarck Tribune reports Simle Middle School was selected to work in partnership with the state Department of Human Services.
 
     The project aims to bridge the gap between the behavioral health system and schools, and to pinpoint students who are in need of mental health services. Simle will implement a screening tool to identify students in need and to arrange for services including a clinical psychologist. Principal Russ Riehl says he hopes to start the yearlong project within the next month. Results will be used to help other schools.

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     ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Enbridge Energy has urged Minnesota regulators to stand by their decision to approve its proposal for replacing its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.
 
     The Calgary, Alberta-based company said in a filing today that the Public Utilities Commission should deny petitions for reconsideration filed earlier by environmental and tribal groups and the state Commerce Department. Enbridge says the commission's approval complies with the law and is supported by the record.
 
     Several commissioners cited Line 3's deteriorating condition when they approved the replacement this summer. Tribal and environmentalist opponents say the project threatens pristine areas and vow mass protests to block it.
 
     The PUC doesn't usually grant petitions for reconsideration, but they're a necessary step in the process before opponents can appeal to the Minnesota Court of Appeals.

 

 

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