RURAL REFLECTIONS An Affair of Plain Living II
I received inspiration recently from a book titled Foxfire to document some of the tasks unique to rural living which I occasionally perform. Foxfire was first published in 1972 and included instruc... Posted on 6/10/11 at 8:23 AM
BISMARCK, N.D. — In the days of the Wild West, disputes over trespassing livestock likely were resolved more often by a neighborly agreement, or perhaps by finding out who was the quicker draw. Since that time, a substantial body of law has developed regarding the liability of livestock owners when their cattle or other livestock cause damage to property of another.
BLANCHARD, N.D. — A Blanchard horse rancher’s fight over the arcane state law on fences has been rebuffed by every court he’s turned to, but La Verne Koenig’s beef about a century-old North Dakota law has some state lawmakers saying his complaint might have merit.
Dave Kolpack, The Associated Press
, August 09, 2010
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