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MAFB man sentenced for possession of child pornography

Courtland Samuel Clark, 21, Minot Air Force Base, was sentenced on Monday to five years in prison, with all suspended but six months, and three years of supervised probation, for Class C felony possession of child pornography. North Central District Court Judge Todd Cresap also ordered Clark ...

Man sentenced for possession of fentanyl

Eric Cortez-Lee Matthews, 33, of Detroit, Michigan, who had originally been charged with Class B felony possession with intent to deliver fentanyl in Minot in July 2021, pleaded guilty last week to an amended charge of Class A misdemeanor possession of fentanyl. North Central District Court ...

Berthold/Carpio police seize meth, stolen trailer, after traffic stop

Roger Wayne Fowler, 34, Emerado, is charged in district court in Ward County with Class B felony possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine and Class C felony possession of stolen property. His co-defendant, Larry Lee Cartwright, 40, Minot, is charged in district court in Ward County ...

Woman charged with striking, spitting at deputy

Tiffany Jayne Frederick, 32, Minot, is charged in district court in Ward County with Class C felony simple assault on a police officer, Class C felony contact by bodily fluids on a police officer, and Class A misdemeanor resisting arrest on Saturday. According to a police affidavit, Frederick ...

Garrison Dam power plant opens for tours in June

RIVERDALE — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, announces the availability of group tours at Garrison Dam beginning June 2. Ticket reservations for Energy Group, Hydroelectric Power Plant and School Power Plant tours will be available to the public May 25, with the first tour ...

Fort Buford Sixth Infantry celebrates 60th anniversary

WILLISTON – The Fort Buford Sixth Infantry Regimental Association is celebrating its 60th anniversary. It is one of the oldest living history organizations in the United States to this day. The organization was established in 1962 by Ben Innis, a North Dakota historian and promoter of ...