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INFORUM BISMARCK

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The state’s foremost political leaders oppose term limits with one notable exception.
The InForum sports team breaks down the North Dakota State Bison vs. South Dakota Coyotes.
Officers say a 28-year-old was fatally shot in the chest.
An internal investigation determined the guard didn’t properly check on Chad Isaak the day of his death. Isaak was found guilty in a quadruple Mandan murder.
Local and state officials and others met to coordinate planning to meet infrastructure and other needs that will come from increased visitorship to Medora when the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library opens in 2026.
Ex-Sgt. Travis Skar and Lt. Steven Johnson pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.

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Bismarck judge Bruce Romanick wrote in an order that "the court is not convinced by the state's argument that it was required to fully flesh out whether either party had a 'substantial probability of succeeding'" in the case.
Oscar Gilberto “la Borre” Gandara, 37, of Liberal, Kansas, died Sept. 15 from injuries he suffered in the drilling rig accident in North Dakota, according to his obituary. Gandara and two of his coworkers were badly burned in the explosion.
Legislation passed last year aims to invest up to 10% of the $7.9 billion Legacy Fund in North Dakota firms. But part of the program hasn't gotten off the ground.

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