Thursday Apr 25
No jail time for suspect in human trafficking case
A woman once facing a possible life prison sentence for allegedly pimping a 17-year-old girl in Grand Forks tearfully thanked the judge and hugged the prosecutor after receiving no jail time in a case even the prosecutor called unusual.
Study: Investment in U.S. rail system necessary to meet agriculture's needs
As millions of bushels of U.S. soybeans crisscross America's roads, rails and waterways on their way to export markets, a soy-checkoff-funded study says more would ship more cheaply and efficiently by rail - and fewer by trucks - if the U.S. railway system were up to the task.
Minot Daily News
Floyd W. Askim
Floyd was born Dec. 9, 1934, in Park River, the son of Adolph and Ida Askim. He was raised and educated at Park River and graduated from Park River Agricultural School in 1952.