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When Jesus invited his disciples to wear his yoke, he was speaking to men who had seen a lot of animals pulling carts and plows. They knew that a yoke was used to bind two oxen together. Thus, to be yoked to Christ is to walk through all of life in union with Him.

- M. Craig Barnes

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Authorities say a man who was out on bond from a drug charge was arrested in northwestern North Dakota....

     WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) - Authorities say a man who was out on bond from a drug charge was arrested in northwestern North Dakota after police seized nearly 122 grams of methamphetamine during a traffic stop.
     Officials with the Northwest Narcotics Task Force say John Mincey, of Minot, was stopped Saturday in Williams County. A search discovered the meth as well as a loaded handgun and $7,000 in cash. Mincey is facing four charges, including possession with intent to distribute and felon in possession of a firearm.
     Authorities say Mincey is charged in Ward County with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and had an active warrant for his arrest in relation to that case. Court documents do not list an attorney for Mincey.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota Oil and Gas Division officials say a tank that overflowed caused a spill of more than 450 barrels of brine and more than 70 barrels of oil in Renville County. Division officials say Berenergy Corp. reported Monday that the spill occurred Saturday about 2 miles east of Glenburn. The company says the spill was contained within the diking that was done on site and has been recovered. Officials say a state inspector will be on site this week. Brine is a waste byproduct of oil development.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota will begin accepting applications to open medical marijuana dispensaries in Bismarck and Fargo next week. The North Dakota Department of Health said Monday it will begin taking applications July 10 as it begins a phased-in approach to allowing dispensaries in eight regions throughout the state. All eight regions are expected to be allowed to apply for dispensaries by June 30, 2019.

     WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota military veterans are enjoying a new veterans' affairs clinic in Williston. The Williston Herald reports that the Williston VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic opened on Monday and is twice the size of the previous clinic.
     Jill Wiedrich is a nurse at the clinic. She took groups of 10 veterans at a time to see the new space Monday. The tours featured a new blood drawing room, tele-retinal and tele-health rooms, new patient exam rooms and a room dedicated to women's health.
     The clinic will also have a full-time medical doctor on staff. Dr. David Keene says he couldn't pass up helping veterans who need someone to "treat them on a regular basis."
     STG International is managing and operating the clinic for the VA Health Administration.




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