STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Oregon man brings veterans cause to N.D. Capitol
BISMARCKAn Oregon bicyclist determined to raise money and awareness for combat-wounded veterans is going to state Capitols across the country to spread his message.
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NASCAR DAD Drew Wrigley Forced Out
Wrigley, US attorney for ND forced out for a Dem of Osama Obama. Took lead in prosecution of man that kidnapped, raping, and murdering of Dru Sjodin UND female student. (A-Rod Alfonso Rodriguez). Wrig... Posted on 4/29/09 at 8:28 AM
The owner of the Chicago Cubs threatened to move the team out of Wrigley Field for the first time publicly if his plans for a big, new video screen are blocked, saying Wednesday he needs new advertising revenue to help bankroll a $500 million renovation of the storied ballpark.
The Chicago Cubs and the city have agreed on details of a $500 million facelift for Wrigley Field, including an electronic video screen that is nearly three times as large as the one currently atop the centerfield bleachers of the 99-year-old ballpark.
BISMARCK — Former North Dakota U.S. Attorney Drew Wrigley said he was never questioned during a Justice Department probe that recently spotlighted allegedly profligate travel spending by five of his former colleagues, including New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, November 13, 2010
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Former North Dakota U.S. Attorney Drew Wrigley said he was never questioned during a Justice Department probe that recently spotlighted allegedly profligate travel spending by five of his former colleagues, including New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
DALE WETZEL , Associated Press
, November 12, 2010
When Drew Wrigley finished his work as North Dakota U.S. attorney in September 2009, he said he wasn’t finished with a career in public service.
Fourteen months later, he’s set to be the state’s next lieutenant governor.
The next step for Wrigley’s career appeared on the horizon earlier this year when it seemed North Dakota Gov. John Hoeven could be poised for an almost-assured victory in the U.S. Senate race.
By Kristen M. Daum, Forum Communications Co.
, November 05, 2010
While North Dakota’s U.S. attorney seat has been vacant for more than a month, there’s no word about when a replacement will be named.
Former U.S. Attorney Drew Wrigley left his position as the state’s chief federal prosecutor on Sept. 11, after submitting his resignation in April.
Lynn C. Jordheim is serving as North Dakota’s acting U.S. attorney, until one is confirmed by the Senate.
U.S. Attorney Drew H. Wrigley announced this afternoon that a Lawton, N.D., man has been sentenced on two counts of illegally draining wetlands.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Alice R. Senechal sentenced Alvin Peterson, 78, on Tuesday.
U.S. Attorney Drew Wrigley announced late this afternoon that Alfred Longie, of Fort Totten, N.D., was sentenced before U.S. District Court Judge Ralph R. Erickson on a conviction of abusive sexual contact.
U.S. Attorney Drew Wrigley on Monday that Milo Blaine Whitetail of Fort Totten, N.D., was sentenced before U.S. District Court Judge Ralph R. Erickson on a charge of assault resulting in serious bodily injury.
The letter from Kent Ward about the North Dakota U.S. attorney appointment is nothing but political posturing.
First, Ward knows Drew Wrigley, the current U.S. attorney, holds that post because he is a Republican appointed by a Republican president. Wrigley was executive director of the state Republican Party. And, because he was a loyal Republican, he was appointed U.S. attorney by President Bush.
I have been listening with interest to politicians talk about the need to be more bipartisan, to put political differences aside and work together to advance our nation. It’s about time.
I have a suggestion for President-elect Barack Obama as well as Sens. Byron Dorgan and Kent Conrad. Retaining Drew Wrigley as North Dakota’s U.S. attorney would be a good place to start making good on their new bipartisan pledge.
North Dakota’s top federal prosecutor expects to be looking for a job after Barack Obama takes over as president, but he won’t talk about political plans.
“I’m not trying to be coy about it. There may be other options down the road, but right now I don’t know what they are,” U.S. Attorney Drew Wrigley said. He has thought about jobs in law, business, and public service, he said.
By Dave Kolpack , The Associated Press
, November 07, 2008
Officials with the U.S. Attorneys Office have recognized the efforts of two local law enforcement officers in combating drug trafficking in this area.
Scott Edinger, now a detective with the Jamestown Police Department, and Sgt. Troy Kelly, Stutsman County Sheriff’s office, received their awards individually at the Jamestown City Council meeting Monday and the Stutsman County Commission meeting Tuesday.
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