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Grafton, N.D. – Jul... Posted on 7/12/10 at 2:20 PM
A federal appeals court announced its decision Thursday to uphold the convictions of a retired Walsh County, N.D., farmer who has tangled with officials for years over what he claims is his right to drain wetlands on his property.
Alvin Peterson, 79, Lawton, was convicted of two misdemeanors in 2008 when a federal magistrate found him guilty of draining wetlands that were subject to a government easement. He was sentenced to five years of probation and ordered to pay $11,500.
By Archie Ingersoll, Forum Communications Co.
, January 28, 2011
Grand Forks-based Minn-kota Power Cooperative is fielding bids to replace a communications tower in Walsh County that collapsed from the weight of ice during last week’s storm.
The collapse severed communications with the Langdon Wind Energy Center. Nodak Electric Cooperative said it also had two antennas on the tower for radio communications.
November 13, 2008
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