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
Says he wasn’t questioned as part of US attorney travel-spending probe
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.
Dale Wetzel, Associated Press
, November 13, 2010
BISMARCK, N.D. — 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.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Drew Wrigley will handle public safety issues and relations with North Dakota lawmakers when he becomes North Dakota's new lieutenant governor next month, the job's current holder says.
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.
BISMARCK - Former U.S. Attorney Drew Wrigley will serve as North Dakota’s next lieutenant governor.
Governor-designate Jack Dalrymple is announcing the selection at news conferences in Bismarck and Fargo today.
Bismarck attorney Timothy Purdon will be North Dakota’s next U.S. attorney.
The Senate confirmed Purdon’s nomination, along with 20 other U.S. attorney and U.S. marshal nominees, by voice votes Thursday evening.
I’m not exactly sure what Drew Wrigley was trying to accomplish with his rambling piece (“President’s preference paramount,” Forum, Feb. 14), but it seemed to me that it was nothing more than a cleverly disguised effort to rewrite his own story.
Knowing how the good ol’ boy network works, Susan Bala’s attorney shouldn’t be surprised. This case is more proof that they can get away with lying, acting like thugs and breaking the laws they are hired to uphold.
RSI president claims malicious prosecution North Dakota’s attorney general and U.S. attorney are named as defendants in a lawsuit seeking damages from a woman whose conviction was overturned in the state’s largest gambling prosecution.
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