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KHRT ND News - Monday - 05/13/19 - PM Edition

North Dakota Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner says lawmakers won't be called into session over legislation that limits the powers of the state auditor....

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner says lawmakers won't be called into session over legislation that limits the powers of the state auditor. Legislative leaders met with Auditor Josh Gallion today to discuss legislation passed late in the session that requires the auditor's office to get lawmakers' permission to conduct "performance audits."

    Wardner and Democratic Senate Minority Leader Joan Heckaman acknowledged discussion on the last-minute legislation was lacking. They say any issues can be solved before the Legislature meets again in 2021. The say a committee of lawmakers needs to meet more often with Gallion in between legislative sessions for better communication. Gallion says he intends to do business as usual. He has asked for an attorney general's opinion on how the legislation with affect his office.

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     MINOT, N.D. (AP) - The remains of two Navy seamen from Minot who were killed in World War II have been identified.
 
     The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency says 23-year-old Calvin Palmer and 21-year-old brother Wilferd Palmer were assigned to the battleship USS Oklahoma. They were among 429 crewmen on the ship who died in the Dec. 7, 1941, Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
 
     The remains of the two brothers were exhumed in 2015 from the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu. They were positively identified in March, in part through DNA analysis. The brothers' names are listed on the Walls of the Missing at the cemetery. A rosette will be placed next to their names to indicate they have now been accounted for.

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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The director of North Dakota State Radio is retiring after a decade on the job. Mike Lynk was appointed in January 2009 to lead the agency that oversees emergency communications. He made upgrading technology a priority. Before that, Lynk had a long career in the security and law enforcement fields. Since 1999 he also has worked security for the Minnesota Vikings training camp in Mankato, Minnesota, most recently as on-field supervisor. His retirement is effective at the end of June.

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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota doesn't have a new state record walleye after all. Lincoln angler Tom Volk on April 21 was shore-fishing the Heart River in Mandan when he hauled in a 16-pound, 9-ounce walleye. The state Game and Fish Department initially said it was a record.
 
     The agency now says an investigation has concluded that the fish was not legally hooked and can't be recognized as a record. That means the state record continues to be a 15-pound, 13-ounce walleye that Bismarck angler Neal Leier caught in the Missouri River in May 2018. Before Leier's fish, North Dakota's walleye record had stood for nearly six decades.

 

 


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