• Guilty to criminal mischief, trespass

Jody Lynn KuntzSubmitted Photo
Jody Lynn KuntzSubmitted Photo


Jody Kuntz, 42, of South Heart, N.D., has pleaded guilty to four charges after allegedly damaging oil wells in western North Dakota. She had been known to trespass on oil sites, according to Three Affiliated Tribes Police. The Dunn County Sheriff's Office says she was drunk and tried to turn off the pressure relief valves.

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• Bread of North Dakota

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Grand Forks Central senior Oliver Dalmi is organizing a project to showcase North Dakota wheat. Ann Bailey / Grand Forks Herald
Grand Forks Central senior Oliver Dalmi is organizing a project to showcase North Dakota wheat. Ann Bailey / Grand Forks Herald

A Grand Forks high school student is hoping to showcase North Dakota wheat by baking it into bread. Oliver Dalmi — a senior at Central High School — calls his project "The Bread of North Dakota." He has been asking farmers across the state to donate samples of their wheat.

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• Fall foliage coming soon

Leaves on Wednesday evening were starting to change colors at Lake Bemidji State Park. (Jillian Gandsey | Bemidji Pioneer)
Leaves on Wednesday evening were starting to change colors at Lake Bemidji State Park. (Jillian Gandsey | Bemidji Pioneer)

It's that time of year again. Fall is in the air and while some may be mourning the end of summer, that beautiful fall foliage is starting to creep in. The Bemidji Pioneer has tips on when and where you can see the colors in all their glory.

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• Deer with arrow through skull becomes local legend

Douglas Moan of Crosslake, Minn., took this photo of the town's legendary deer in August, nearly a year after a hunter shot this arrow in its forehead. Photo / submitted photo
Douglas Moan of Crosslake, Minn., took this photo of the town's legendary deer in August, nearly a year after a hunter shot this arrow in its forehead. Photo / submitted photo

An unusual deer has been sighted in the Crosslake area for nearly a year now, and anyone who sees it is likely to remember it because it has an arrow in its head.

Since the 2018 archery season, Crosslake residents have been spotting a six point buck with an arrow sticking squarely out of its forehead. Mikinzie Fox and her fellow employees at Frandsen Bank and Trust spotted the animal last October.

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