Jul 21, 2014
Leith celebrates history and return to normalcy
Residents of the small North Dakota town of Leith spent the weekend celebrating their history and a return to normalcy.
Leith officials won't appeal in attorney complaint
City officials in Leith will not appeal the decision by a state attorney disciplinary board committee to reject a complaint filed against Grant County State's Attorney Todd Schwarz.
Are We In Danger of a Russian-Funded Conservative Uprising?
It's widely known that, starting in the early 1970s, the US and Soviet Union were involved in proxy wars that stretched through the remainder of the Cold War, from the overthrow of democratically-elected Chilean president Salvador Allende to arming the Taliban.
White supremacist says he wants to be left alone
A white supremacist serving probation for terrorizing and menacing residents of his former North Dakota community says he has no plans to make waves in the town he now calls home.
Minot Daily News
Known white nationalist moves to Sherwood
SHERWOOD Craig Cobb, 62, has moved to Sherwood. The date of his home purchase is unknown but Renville County Sheriff Barry Vannatta confirmed that he bought the house at 208-3rd Ave. E. in Sherwood.