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Law enforcement officials are hoping a combination of private fundraising and grants will close a $200,000 gap between resources and costs for updates to their shooting range, according to Ramone Gumke, Stutsman County sheriff’s deputy and James-town city councilman.
Law officers in the Devils Lake region are worried about their shooting range.
Some parts of the range were unusable last year because of the flooding lake. City Police Chief Keith Schroeder said if the water keeps rising this year, there will be major problems.
Sighting-in rifles at the range is not one of my favorite activities, but it has saved me a lot of wailing and disappointment over the years in the area of shots-I-did-not-miss-because of a rifle inexplicably went out of whack.
MINOT, N.D. (AP) — A Minot-area businessman and attorney is suing the city, Ward County and a private landowner who owns property where a law enforcement gun range is located.
July 20, 2009
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