Former Deputy Ron Nord and former Chief Deputy Bob Thomas have turned in petitions to run for Walsh County Sheriff. That makes three candidates whose names will be on the ballot for the April 12th special election.
If you have an alarm system in your home or in your business, the Grand Forks County Sheriff wants to hear from you. Sheriff Bob Rost said he wants you to call the sheriff's office with your contact information.
Bob Rost was sworn in as Grand Forks County Sheriff Tuesday, after more than 40 years in law enforcement. Bob Rost says he has a few changes he'd like to make in the department and says he can't believe the day of his swearing in is here.
Organizers of an effort to recall the Sheriff of Walsh County get a step closer to their goal. The recall effort started when Sheriff Lauren Wild fired chief deputy Ron Nord the day after the election.
The Walsh County Sheriff recall petition is expected to be turned in on Thursday. Recall petitioners are turning in their 1,236 signatures needed to enact a recall vote for the Walsh County sheriff seat.
The petition for a recall vote for the Walsh County Sheriff seat has received all the signatures they needed. As of Thursday morning, the group received 1,238 signatures, according to petition supporters.
Permission to start a petition recalling Walsh County Sheriff Lauren Wild has been submitted to the North Dakota Secretary of State.
Petition organizer Jennie Swartz of Pisek, North Dakota tells WDAZ the approval request arrived in Bismarck on Tuesday.
Outside the Grand Forks County Sheriff's office, balloons and signs hang congratulating Chief Deputy Bob Rost for his election victory. Rost earned nearly 60 percent of the votes over his opponent Mike Flannery.
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