GRAND FORKS, ND (trfnews.i234.me) Lisa Marie Jensen, accused of stealing a $1,500 electric bicycle from a downtown bar and restaurant in Grand Forks, is now charged with felony theft. The alleged incident occurred on October 6th, and surveillance footage purportedly captures Jensen riding away on the victim’s bicycle.
BAUDETTE, MN (trfnews.i234.me) North Star Electric Cooperative, based in Baudette, Minnesota, has filed a civil lawsuit claiming massive theft of their electricity for a bitcoin mining operation. The cooperative, formed in 1940, serves the purpose of providing electricity to rural areas in north-central Minnesota. The lawsuit alleges unauthorized and significant use of electricity for cryptocurrency… Continue reading North Star Electric Cooperative Files Lawsuit Over Alleged Electricity Theft for Bitcoin Mining
MINNESOTA (trfnews.i234.me) A massive investment is being made in Minnesota and across the country to turn electric. Statistics on the increasing use of wind energy in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, where 89,000 homes are currently powered by wind electricity. A Princeton University study estimates that by 2050, the wind energy industry could experience massive job growth,… Continue reading Massive Growth In Turning Electric!
DETROIT, MI (trfnews.i234.me) General Motors, one of the world’s largest corporations has embraced the climate initiative by announcing its shifting to production of all electric vehicles.
SOUTH CAROLINA (trfnews.i234.me) A South Carolina inmate chooses firing squad over electric chair for his execution.
MINNESOTA-NORTH DAKOTA (trfnews.i234.me) Companies in Minnesota and North Dakota are included in an announcement by President Biden for a major ramp up of electric vehicle battery production across the Country.
EAST GRAND FORKS, MN (trfnews.i234.me) The East Grand Forks City Council is considering a proposal to bring electric scooters to town.
A different month, but virtually the same vote. At its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 21, the Thief River Falls City Council again decided against hiring Daniel Chase as the city’s next electric superintendent. Voting in opposition to hiring Chase were council members Jason Aarestad, Anthony Bolduc, Megan Bourne, Michele McCraw, and J. Scott Pream. Voting… Continue reading Hiring of next electric superintendent remains static amidst charged situation
Whether to hire an individual to serve as city electric superintendent led to heated exchanges at the Thief River Falls City Council meeting Tuesday, Jan. 3. Council members were considering whether to hire Daniel Chase for the position that had been vacated upon Dale Narlock’s retirement in June. If he had been hired, Chase would… Continue reading Heated exchanges ensue over electric superintendent position