Here is your morning InForum Minute briefing on Friday, September 17th.
A tow truck prepares to right a car after driving through a roundabout where 52nd S. Avenue meets Sheyenne Street in West Fargo on Friday, September 17.News of the day
FARGO – A car rolled upside down at a West Fargo roundabout around 3 a.m. on Friday, September 17.
The car was found at the roundabout between 52nd Avenue S. and Sheyenne Street near the Sheyenne River.
The West Fargo Police Department and the Horace Fire Department responded to the wreckage.
It is not known if anyone was injured. A tow truck pulled the vehicle off the road later in the morning.
The Enbridge Line 3 pipeline under construction near the intersection of the Hohensee and West Moorhead roads in County Carlton in January. (File Clint Austin / 2021 / email@example.com)
DULUTH – Minnesota regulators fined Enbridge $ 3.32 million for breaching an aquifer near Clearbrook when it deviated from its plans to build the Line 3 pipeline, resulting in the discharge of over 24 million gallons of groundwater.
In a press release Thursday, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said it was imposing the fine and would return the case to the Clearwater County Attorney’s Office for criminal prosecution because Minnesota law prohibits the taking of ” state waters without first obtaining a permit. from the commissioner. “Full story here.
MOORHEAD – A man from Fargo has been sentenced to 7.5 years in prison for sexually abusing two teenage girls and recording the abuse.
Clay County Judge Tammy Merkins sentenced Dillon Rurup, 23, on Thursday, September 16, after pleading guilty in August to two counts each of third degree criminal sexual conduct and use of ‘a minor in a sexual performance.
The case stems from investigations into two cases, the first dating from October 2018. Court documents alleged that Rurup, who was 20 at the time, had been sexually abused. a 14 year old girl at the Bluestem Amphitheater, Railroads and Days Inn in Moorhead. Full story here.