The Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the report of a stolen grain auger.
A 91-foot Westfield Mk-130 was reported stolen sometime between Saturday evening and Sunday morning from its owner near Spiritwood Lake. The auger is red and yellow in color and is valued at $17,000, said Jason Falk, detective for the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office at 252-9000.
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — A former executive for a California-based tomato processor agreed to plead guilty to participating in a conspiracy to drive up food prices nationwide, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
BISMARCK – A 51-year-old grandfather who grows garbanzo beans and other crops in northwestern North Dakota was among the protesters arrested Tuesday for planting hemp seeds on the lawn of the federal Drug Enforcement Administration offices.
James MacPherson, Associated Press Writer
October 14, 2009
The owner or co-owner of 15 cattle sale barns in Long Prairie, Motley, Fergus Falls, and other locations in three states was taken into custody in Fergus Falls June 23 and faces a class three felony theft charge in South Dakota.
WINDOM — The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday received a report from Richard Thoof, rural Lakefield, that he had found two farm wagons loaded with beans on his rented field in Heron Lake Township.
A Lawton farmer has been convicted for the second time in four years of illegally draining wetlands.
Alvin Peterson was found guilty on Tuesday of two counts of improper drainage of wetlands. A bench trial was in July in U.S. District Court in Grand Forks.
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