STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Communities raise awareness about alcohol/drug recovery
From a news release:
To help raise awareness about the importance of recovery, Gov. John Hoeven has proclaimed September as Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month in North Dakota.
Recovery has po... Posted on 9/3/10 at 9:39 AM
Even though no snow is on the ground there is ice on the water, and as ice fishing season heats up, officials urge anglers to use caution.
“Theoretically ice is never really safe,” said Gene Van Eeckhout, fisheries supervisor for the Jamestown office of the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. “You have to use common sense when you venture out.”
Grand Forks police are investigating the theft of a 200-pound safe from a pizza business.
Authorities said the steel safe left drag marks at Papa John’s Pizza when whoever took it hauled it out the back door. Police did not said what was inside.
Grand Forks police are investigating a reported burglary at a local restaurant.
Authorities say a safe was taken from the gambling station at Parrot’s Cay Tavern & Grill. A cart used to move the safe was recovered about a block away.
The station is run by the Northern Prairie Performing Arts. Police said Monday that it was not immediately known how much money was in the safe.
Cavalier County author-ities are looking for whoever stole the safe from the Hop Bar and Grill in Langdon.
December 29, 2008
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