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Wed., 1/23/19

- First Baptist Church of Minot has cancelled all services and activities tonight




God's will is what we would choose if we knew what God knows.

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Grand Forks police are investigating a bank robbery...........

Grand Forks police are investigating a bank robbery.
     The incident happened shortly before 5 p.m. Friday at a Wells Fargo Bank branch on the city's south side. Police say a man walked into the bank and displayed a note to an employee. He received an undisclosed amount of money and left the bank.
     Police say there were no weapons displayed during the robbery.


North Dakota is the only state in the nation without voter registration, and casting a ballot is a quick and relatively painless process. Some say the state is need of a change, given concerns over election system hacking and President Donald Trump's warnings about voter fraud. Yet the system's simplicity is prized by longtime residents, even as North Dakota is in the midst of population changes brought by the fracking boom.


The McHenry County Historical Society in North Dakota has acquired a 1906 building in the hopes of creating a museum.
     The Minot Daily News reports that historical society recently purchased the building from Towner. The city had used the building for storage. The Masonic Temple also had rights to the upper floor.
     The society is researching grants and aims to establish the McHenry County Western Museum that would include exhibits for each of the towns in the county and a gifted Louis L'Amour collection.
     The L'Amour items consist of memorabilia from the late Reese and Margaret Hawkins. L'Amour, a popular western fiction writer, was born at Jamestown in 1908 and died in 1988.


A supporter of jailed American Indian activist Leonard Peltier says he considers President Donald Trump "a wild card" who might be willing to look into setting Peltier free.
     The 73-year-old Peltier has spent most of his life in prison for the killing of two FBI agents in South Dakota in 1975. President Barack Obama denied a clemency request for Peltier before leaving office last year.
     A Peltier attorney has filed a formal request asking Trump to grant a pardon or commute Peltier's sentence. Paralegal Sheridan Murphy tells KFGO radio that "it's certainly worth the effort" because "you have no idea" what Trump will do.
     Murphy says Peltier is in poor health and wants to go home to the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation in North Dakota.
     The White House declined comment.

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