Law enforcement stands off with #NoDAPL protesters on Sunday, November 20, at the Backwater Bridge along Highway 1806. Photo via Morton County Over the weekend the New York Post ran an unfortunate profile of #NoDAPL activist Sophia Wilanksy. Show More Summary
Hay and logs burn next to a pickup full of flammable materials as a last effort by Dakota Access Pipeline protesters to keep law enforcement at bay as protesters left the Morton County Road 134 bridge Thursday afternoon, Oct. 27, 2016, near Cannon Ball, N.D. Show More Summary
SANTA ANA — An Orange County chocolatier, who has named some of her recipes after her late father, television talk show host Morton Downey Jr., was cheated out of her share of a chocolate-making company, an attorney told jurors Tuesday, Sept. 19. The defendants in the lawsuit claimed Xan Confections never earned a profit. The dispute is […]
The North Dakota attorney general says Morton County did not violate the state's open records law when it refused to release information related to the Dakota Access pipeline protest. Benjamin … Click to Continue »
A misdemeanor charge of "stalking" against indigenous journalist Myron Dewey was dropped by Morton County prosecutors. The post Charge Dropped Against Indigenous Journalist Who Documented DAPL Construction With Drone appeared first on Shadowproof.
Fireworks dealers are hoping for rain to ease drought conditions in parts of North Dakota and lift a ban against setting off pyrotechnics. Mandan, Lincoln, Morton and Burleigh counties have … Click to Continue »
After a busy year for the military and law enforcement alike, members the Bismarck community gathered at the State Capitol to show their appreciation for those who serve. Morton County … Click to Continue »
Signs hang in the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp on the edge of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, U.S., January 24, 2017. REUTERS/Terray Sylvester Some very sad news out of Morton County today.Show More Summary
CPJ and a coalition of other organizations request that the Morton County State's Attorney's Office drop the charges against journalists arrested during protests over the Dakota Access Pipeline or justify the arrests of reporters in the course of their work.
Thursday afternoon, Morton County, North Dakota officials announced, roughly 24 hours after yesterday's 2. p.m. Central Time deadline, that "the main Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp is now officially closed." Outside of the major...Show More Summary
An aerial view of the protest camp on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers land at the confluence of the Missouri River and Cannonball River in southern Morton County North Dakota on February 13, 2017. The area is in a flood plain and must be clear of buildings and people who have been illegally camping to protest the nearby Dakota Access Pipeline. Show More Summary
An aerial view of the main protest camp Monday, Feb. 13, 2017, on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers land at the confluence of the Missouri River and Cannonball River in southern Morton County N.D. This view shows the camp's main entrance road at left with cluster of tents in lower center being the camp headquarters. Show More Summary
An aerial view of the main protest camp on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers land at the confluence of the Missouri River and Cannonball River in southern Morton County North Dakota on February 13, 2017. The area is in a flood plain and must be clear of buildings and people who have been illegally camping to protest the nearby Dakota Access Pipeline. Show More Summary
The proposal and construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline caused protest across the country, but most notably in Morton County, North Dakota.
Polk County's bus agency wants its name on the list when the city decides what to do with the Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce building on Lake Morton Drive.
Over 40 “rogue” protesters have been ordered to vacate a property near the Dakota Access Pipeline after being told that they were trespassing on private property, according to a press release issued by the Morton County Police Department. Read more...
North Dakota authorities on Wednesday said they arrested 76 Dakota Access Pipeline protesters who staked out a new encampment on land owned by the company building the project. Morton County sheriff’s deputies said “rogue protesters”...Show More Summary
Video shows protesters punching at law enforcement officials and members of the North Dakota National Guard. According to a press release from Morton County which dropped in my inbox this evening there were another 16 arrests of #NoDAPL protesters over the last day or so. Show More Summary
#NoDAPL protesters attempted to break through a fence and police line to access a Dakota Access Pipeline construction site on January 16, 2017. Photo via Morton County For months now the Backwater Bridge just north of the Standing Rock Reservation has been closed down by law enforcement. Show More Summary
#NoDAPL protesters face off with North Dakota law enforcement personnel at a road block along Highway 6 near St. Anthony, North Dakota on October 5. Photo via Morton County One tactic often deployed by the #NoDAPL activists fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline project was to obstruct roads. Show More Summary