IT'S GOOD TO BE IN N.D. Minuteman Missile Site plans day for kids
Another cool site I've written about before is doing something worth checking out. Here are the details from Cooperstown:
The Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile State Historic Site will host Rocket Day f... Posted on 9/23/10 at 7:00 AM
THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND N.D. Cold War video wins award
The State Historical Society of North Dakotawon an award from the Mountain-Plains Museum Associationfor the video "Americas Ace in the Hole: The Cold War and North Dakota."
The 22-minute video was de... Posted on 8/26/10 at 11:06 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
Last week I wrote about our trip to see you which happened on a Monday. I couldn’t get enough of North Dakota in one sitting so I came back alone on Friday. I have been seeking out a ... Posted on 4/23/10 at 12:14 AM
BISMARCK, N.D. — Gov. Jack Dalrymple says the state is designating more than $750,000 in federal grant money to help Valley City and Cooperstown beef up infrastructure to guard against Sheyenne River flooding.
COOPERSTOWN, N.D. – When Daniel Evan Wacht heard the severed head of Kurt Johnson had been dug up in a crawl space in Wacht’s basement, the 31-year-old paused, his complexion turned red and he sunk down in his chair, a state investigator testified Thursday.
Jurors hear from Wacht for first time in Cooperstown trial
COOPERSTOWN, N.D. – Jurors heard Daniel Wacht’s voice for the first time in his murder trial Wednesday when prosecutors played a 77-minute police interview of the Cooperstown man after his arrest but before investigators unearthed the severed head of North Dakota State University researcher Kurt Johnson in his basement.
First murder tried in Griggs County since 1929
COOPERSTOWN, N.D. – The first murder trial here in more than 80 years will feature a defendant with a machine-gun tattoo on his head and reported ties to a white supremacist gang, a victim whose severed head was found in the alleged killer’s basement and the oldest working courthouse in North Dakota.
Recordings may have hinted at possible motive for killing NDSU professor
COOPERSTOWN, N.D. – A Cooperstown man scheduled to stand trial this month in the murder of a North Dakota State University researcher wants a judge to suppress testimony about statements he allegedly made that point to a possible motive for the killing.
COOPERSTOWN, N.D. – A judge said Thursday he will rule soon on whether police had probable cause to search the van and home of a Cooperstown man accused of killing a North Dakota State University researcher.
COOPERSTOWN, N.D. – The Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile State Historic Site here is offering the second of three in-depth tours of the Oscar-Zero Missile Alert Facility from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Jan. 18. A final winter tour will be in February.
Motion would include head found in Cooperstown decapitation
COOPERSTOWN, N.D. – The lawyer for a Cooperstown man accused of killing a North Dakota State University researcher is asking a judge to suppress evidence obtained through search warrants for the man’s van and home.
COOPERSTOWN, N.D. – A Casselton woman wanted for allegedly terrorizing her teenage daughter and another juvenile was captured in Cooperstown on Monday, just hours after she was featured in The Forum’s weekly Fugitive Focus.
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