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Another man has been charged with hauling many pounds of marijuana on the interstate highway through Bismarck.

Allen Clark, 37, of San Pedro, Calif., faces felony possession with intent to manufacture or deliver 500 grams or more of marijuana. North Dakota Highway Patrol stopped him Tuesday morning on Interstate 94 in Bismarck for a traffic violation.

A probable cause search of his vehicle reportedly yielded $49,000 worth of marijuana packaged in two containers weighing 30 pounds total.

Clark is held at the Burleigh-Morton County Detention Center, pending $5,000 cash bond. He must remain in North Dakota and only leave with written permission.

Another man, 71-year-old Harold Miller, is serving time in state prison for a similar crime from last summer, when a traffic stop on I-94 found 183 pounds of marijuana in his car.

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Continental Resources, Inc. recently announced its first-ever sale of Bakken oil specifically for delivery overseas. Continental Resources has sold 1,005,000 barrels of crude oil for November delivery to Atlantic Trading and Marketing (“ATMI”), which intends to export the oil to China.

“This is a historic day for Continental and begins a new chapter in our long-term strategy to establish multiple international markets for American light sweet oil,” said Harold Hamm, Continental’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “This new normal was created by the American shale energy revolution and the lifting of the 1977 crude oil export ban. We expect to see many similar industry transactions in coming months and years.”

Continental Resources is a top 15 independent oil producer in the U.S. Lower 48 and a leader in America’s energy renaissance. Based in Oklahoma City, Continental is the largest leaseholder and one of the largest producers in the nation’s premier oil field, the Bakken play of North Dakota and Montana. The Company also has significant positions in Oklahoma, including its SCOOP Woodford, SCOOP Springer and SCOOP Sycamore discoveries and the STACK plays.

According to Continental Resources, the daily November sales transactions of 33,500 barrels-per-day, will take place in Cushing, Oklahoma. ATMI then plans to transport the oil for loading on tankers at Texas ports.

This export of crude oil overseas marks another chapter in a long story of creating an American energy market for the planet.

In December 2015 the U.S. lifted its ban on oil exports, allowing foreign sales to be transacted without a license. Oil exports have grown steadily in the past two years, primarily to foreign refineries configured specifically to process light sweet crude oil. “We recognized back in 2015, when we were working to lift the export ban,

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Tuesday morning, the West Fargo Police Department, along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol and the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office were involved in a traffic stop on I-94 and the 45th Street exit in West Fargo.

During the traffic stop, West Fargo K9 Disco gave a positive alert that gave police probably cause to search the vehicle.

While searching the vehicle, 286 pounds of marijuana was found. The estimated street value of the marijuana is $1,370,000.

34-year-old Kimberly Norton of Askov, Minnesota was arrested for Possession of Marijuana with intent to deliver.

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A Woodbury woman wanted swift justice and that is what she received in Cannon County General Sessions Court on Nov. 14.

Janene M. Wampner had been charged with DUI and simple possession of marijuana on Nov. 12 by Woodbury Patrolman Tommy Miller following a traffic stop on West Main St.

Two days later Wampner told the court she was guilty and wanted to get the matter resolved. DUI cases can sometimes take several months to resolve while awaiting the results of blood tests.

Wampner pleaded guilty to DUI first offense. She was given a partially suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days, placed on probation for 11 months, 27 days, and ordered to serve 48 hours in jail. She was also fined $350, assessed court costs, ordered to attend DUI school and her license was suspended for one year. The marijuana possession charge was dismissed.

In other cases heard by Judge Susan Melton on Nov. 14:

• Darlene Wilson Vance pleaded guilty to DUI first offense. She was given a partially suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days, an equal amount of time on probation, and ordered to serve 4 days in jail. Vance was also fined $350, assessed the court costs, ordered to attend DUI school and her license was suspended for one year. Vance is facing another charge of DUI first offense from a separate incident. That case were reset until Jan. 30.

• Joshua C. Gilley pleaded guilty to two counts of simple possession of marijuana. In each case he was given a suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days and an equal amount of time on probation. He was also fined $500, ordered to pay the court costs, and told to forfeit any property seized in both cases. Gilley also pleaded guilty to one count of

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By LEWIS DELAVAN / Staff writer

The Hot Springs Village police department made an arrest for domestic battery, as well as routine public assists and welfare checks, and worked a wide variety of other reported incidents.

Nov. 9
An officer helped the fire department clear the old Cranford’s parking lot on Highway 5 to allow a LifeNet air ambulance to pick up an injured person.
An apron and a change purse found near the DeSoto recreation area were placed in lost-and-found.
An officer overheard a call about a residential fire on Pego Circle, and contacted the property owner onsite to verify that no one was inside. Flames were coming out a window upon arrival.
An officer helped secure a vehicle at the police training center parking lot. LifeNet picked  up a patient, and the patient’s sister came to pick up her dog.
A white Pontiac without a proper pass entered the West Gate.
A Villager believes her ex-husband hacked into her phone and laptop, but had no proof that it was actually him who changed her passwords.
A white van reportedly dumped leaves on Remolino Circle.
An officer accompanied a process server who attempted to serve papers on Las Navas Lane.

Nov. 10
An officer told a man at the East Gate he could get a week’s pass but would need to get his employer to call again for future weeks, or if he would be working in the Village for several months, to consider buying a work pass.
A driver in the ditch at Santa Maria and Toledo said she had missed her turn onto Toledo. Her Honda Accord had no damage.
An officer accompanied a Villager to her daughter’s home, which the daughter has left because her husband is reportedly usually drunk and violent.
A Villager told police he had sent $12,900 for a Craigslist listing for a 2011 Sun Tracker

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A 26-year-old Rochester man was arrested in connection to a search warrant executed earlier this month.

Police responding to a report of a suspected drug transaction arrested Edward Gildersleve Monday at around 10:30 p.m. The call was to the 1500 block of North Broadway, in the parking lot of the shopping center near Silver Lake Foods and Burger King.

When an officer stopped a vehicle near the scene, they found Gildersleve inside and arrested him

after finding a bag containing 73 Tramadol pills without a prescription. Rochester Police Department Capt. John Sherwin noted that the car also smelled of marijuana.

Sherwin said that police were looking for Gildersleve in connection to search warrant executed earlier this month at an apartment in northeast Rochester. There, authorities said at the time they were seeking electronic evidence in connection to a recent shooting. Inside the apartment, authorities found nearly 50 grams of cocaine and a stolen handgun from North Dakota.

Sherwin said Gildersleve has previous encounters with law enforcement and is well-known to authorities. Gildersleve faces a charge of fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance. He remains in custody.

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Photo: The Canadian Press Anita Khanna, National Coordinator of Campaign 2000: End Child and Family Poverty in Canada.

About 450,000 children are in families reliant on social assistance to pay the bills, and the vast majority live below the poverty line, says a new report that hopes to prod more government action to alleviate child poverty.

The report from an anti-poverty coalition released today marks one of the first estimates of children living on government benefits.

The figure plays a key role in Campaign 2000’s annual report on child and family poverty, which suggests that increased, targeted federal spending on child care and housing could help lift hundreds of thousands of children out of poverty.

A new federal housing strategy is expected to meet most of what Campaign 2000 asks for in its annual report: a portable housing benefit paid directly to tenants to provide them with more housing options, an Indigenous housing strategy, a program to build new affordable housing and repair existing units and all of this aligned with an anti-poverty strategy to be released next year.

The Liberals are set to release their housing strategy on Wednesday, and it will set what the government believes are deep targets to cut homelessness and help families living in homes, apartments and condos they can barely afford.

Newly released census data show 1.7 million households were in “core housing need” in 2016, meaning they spent more than one-third of their before-tax income on housing that may be substandard or doesn’t meet their needs.

The government hopes to cut those numbers by 500,000 households through its strategy, with billions in new spending to help with affordable housing and with wider affordability in the housing market as well.

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By Posted on November 21, 2017

Today, we need to assess a new business profile that has recently excited the market.

We are talking about Vet Online Supply Inc (OTCMKTS:VTNL), a US based online retail reseller of premium veterinary supplies, which has recently made a lot of corporate changes, including a CEO change.

But, that’s not all.

Logo of Vet Online Supply Inc OTCMKTS:VTNL

The volume, which is the best indicator of market interest, has increased quite a bit late. Have a look at it in the following stock chart. Please note that more than 40 million shares have changed hands some days:

YTD stock chart for VTNL

Business

VTNL is focused on the sale of veterinary supplies to vet clinics and hospitals of all sizes. The company launched a web-based eCommerce platform on vetonlinesupply.com, wherein different products are sold. The main supplier is a Canadian company called Concord Veterinary Supplies, with whom the company has an agreement.

What’s the business plan? Selling veterinary supplies online is not a new business, thus the company is not inventing a new business model.

That is true, but we believe that significant growth is still coming on the Internet and the Internet eCommerce will continue to grow in the near future. It will benefit the company. More specifically, it is noted in the company materials that providing high quality supplies at competitive prices to the customers online will make the business of VTNL grow.

How big is the market?

According to Reportlinker, the manufacturers’ level pet health product demand will increase at a high pace in the near future; 4.6 percent annually amounting to $5.6 billion. There are several catalysts that are making the sector

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The Union County Grand Jury was duly convened on Tuesday morning, November 7th, 2017 at the Courthouse in Morganfield, KY.

Clarance B. Braden, burglary – 3rd degree, indict; receiving stolen property under $10,000, indict.

Todd Delon, possession of marijuana, indict; buy/possess drug paraphernalia, indict; possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), first degree, first offense, indict.

Dameon Ford, escape – 2nd degree identify facility, indict.

Dewey D. Griffin, theft by failure to make required disposition of property $500 or more but under $10,000, indict.

Bructon Mathis, promoting sex performance by minor under 16 years of age, no true bill; unlawful transaction with minor, 1st degree, illegal sex act, under 16 years of age, indict; possess/view matter portraying sexual performance by minor, no true bill; use of a minor under 16 years of age in a sex performance, 3 counts, no true bill.

James R. Oliver, theft by unlawful taking – all others $500 or more but under $10,000, indict; criminal mischief – 1st degree, indict.

Dakota A. Stewart, burglary – 1st degree, indict; trafficking in marijuana, less than 8 oz., first offense, indict.

Kurt A. Sweares, criminal littering, indict; possession of marijuana, indict; buy/possess drug paraphernalia, indict; possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), first degree, first offense, indict.

Tara Beth Woodward, theft by unlawful taking/disposition all others $500 or more but under $10,000, indict; forgery – 2nd degree, indict.

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• Charles D. Lamb, 24, Prescott, was arrested at 8:47 p.m. Nov. 8 at Broad Street and Highway 10 after a driving complaint coming into the city from across the bridge. He was arrested for possess nitrous oxide (intent to inhale) and inhale nitrous oxide charges.

Stolen vehicles

• A vehicle reported as stolen earlier in the morning was found parked at the end of an alley in the 100 block of South Dakota Street at 5:06 p.m. Oct. 31.

• A complainant reporter a maroon 1997 Dodge Ram extended cab pickup with plates KB7793 stolen at 9:41 a.m. Nov. 2 at 1000 Canton St. He said it was taken sometime between 9 p.m. Nov. 1 and 9 a.m. Nov. 2.

Car vs. bicycle crash

Amanda M. Johnson, 37, Hastings, was cited for failure to yield right of way after her vehicle struck a juvenile male on a bicycle at 7:26 po.nm. Oct. 31 near Canton Street and Highway 10. The boy was cleared by EMS and released to a parent.

Traffic troubles

• Willie Jones Taylor, 48, St. Paul, was cited for speeding after a traffic stop at 1:14 a.m. Nov. 6 at Cherry Street and Highway 10.

• A driver was cited for unlawfully passing a stopped school bus at 10:24 a.m. Nov. 8 at Candon Street and Orrin Road. The vehicle was observed traveling through the stop arm and flashing lights of a loading school bus.

• Carrie I. McAlpin, 30, Hastings, Minnesota, was cited for speeding after a traffic stop at 8:28 p.mn. Nov. 8 Lake and Oak streets.

• Ronald D. Burgess, 43, Minneapolis, was cited for speeding after a traffic stop at 4:33 a.m. Nov. 10 at Jefferson and Wacota streets.

• Kyle R. Kamish, 49, Chaska, Minnesota, as cited for failure to display

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