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September 6, 2018
After setting their gill net in August of 2015, Anishinaabe Todd Thompson and Jim Northrup paddle for the shore of Gull Lake  in Nisswa with the Minnesota Department of Natural resources officers in the background. Thompson and Northrup were later cited for fishing with a gill net. (Brainerd Dispatch file photo/ Steve Kohls)
Judge hears arguments in Gull Lake netting case
September 6, 2018 - 3:00am
May 16, 2018
Tuesday's Line 3 pipeline replacement discussion was spearheaded by Minnesotans for Line 3 and United Piping Inc. CEO Bob Shoneberger (left); Cub Foods owner Chris Quisberg representing the Brainerd Lakes Chamber of Commerce; and Grand Rapids resident DeeDee Tollefson. Gabriel Lagarde / Brainerd Dispatch
Pipeline advocates visit Baxter amid statewide debate over Line 3
May 16, 2018 - 10:10am
May 11, 2018
Conservation officer Demo Regas cites Leonard Thompson, right, and Joseph Rousu after they placed a fishing net in Lake Bemidji on Friday, May 11. The 1855 Treaty Authority organized a “Fish Off” for American Indian anglers to assert treaty rights and highlight tribal opposition to Enbridge’s Line 3 abandonment plans and new route project. Jillian Gandsey / Forum News Service
Activists fish ahead of opener in statement on treaty rights, pipeline
May 11, 2018 - 7:13pm
March 10, 2017
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officer Tim Collette issues a citation to Jim Northrup III while his boat partner Todd Thompson records the event at the Hole-in-the-Day access to Gull Lake in August 2015. The two men were cited for illegally taking fish with a gill net. Brainerd Dispatch/ Steve Kohls file photo
Jurisdiction in activist netting case remains uncertain
March 10, 2017 - 5:30am
September 12, 2016
A tanker truck passes by an Enbridge storage tank July 7, 2014, near Berthold, N.D. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
Sandpiper deferred, Enbridge moving forward with Line 3 replacement
September 12, 2016 - 11:31am
September 7, 2015
Anishinaabe Todd Thompson (left) and Jim Northrup III set a gill net in Hole-in-the-Day Bay on Gull Lake Friday morning. The men asserted their purported rights on the 1855 Treaty with the federal government to fish and hunt off reservations. Thompson and Northrup were cited by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources later after the DNR lifted the net. (Brainerd Dispatch/ Steve Kohls) Videoplay button
DNR cites netting, rice harvesting activists
September 7, 2015 - 11:42am