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North Dakota is represented by Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem and Paul M. Seby of Greenberg Traurig LLP.The EPA is represented by Robert J. Lundman and Justin D. Heminger of the U.S. Department of Justice, and Laurel Celeste in-house.The environmental groups are represented by Adam Kron of the Environmental Integrity Project and Jared E. Knicley of the Natural Resources Defense Council.The case is Environmental Integrity Project et al. v. Pruitt, case number 17-5010, in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.--Additional reporting by Michael Phillis and Juan Carlos Rodriguez. Editing by Aaron Pelc.Update: This story has been updated with comment from the environmental groups.
Mackenzie’s Pub to revel in this total shitshow of yore. The craptacular masterpiece stars the expressionless Dolph Lundgren in the titular role. With his friends, Man-at-Arms and Teela, he travels from Eternia to Earth to stop the villainous Skeletor (Frank Langella, who took the part for his son). The story involves sonic keys that open doors to universes using synthesizer sounds and somewhere along the way a young Courteney Cox shows up. Don’t think about it too hard, just order up a beer. Co-hosts Indeed Brewing will be at the party to provide just that. 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Free. Mackenzie’s Pub, 918 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis; 612-333-7268. FencesWed., 9 p.m. Central Gym.Dog Days at the Farmers' MarketThis week’s Tiny Diner market is going to be extra pup-friendly. There will be things to see and do, whether you’re a proud dog owner or just enjoy meeting other people’s fur babies. The event kicks off with a puppy parade open to all. Doggy vendors will be on site, offering treats and services. Humans will also be able to shop for groceries and delicious local edibles. During the gathering, funds will be collected for great animal organizations Secondhand Hounds and People & Pets Together. 5 to 8 p.m. Free. Tiny Diner, 1024 E. 38th St., Minneapolis; 612-767-3322.E.T.Thu., 9 p.m. Morris Park. (City Pages)
It’s kind of like we’re at a funeral right now,” Dave Schlundt said. “It was so much fun doing all this stuff.”The fans may be trickling out, but the work to clean up after them is underway. About 23 groups took to the grounds at 7 a.m. Monday morning“We have a challenge to be done by 2:30 p.m., but I would very shocked if we get that,” IMS volunteer Teri Downey said.Downey and her youth church group out of the East Side Church of God in Anderson have cleaned IMS for a decade. “It’s pretty messy, it’s pretty gross work. I think I have beer all over my body now from today’s efforts alone,” Downey said.The groups are all volunteers, but there is a way to make money. The more of cans they collect, the more cash they earn.The aluminum is weighed and organizations can get around $10 a bag. “Several of our kids are going to get to go on mission trips this year, that otherwise they may not have been able to afford,” Downey said.An unknowing donation is just another perk campers said is part of the experience. That and losing a pair of shoes from the mud caused by last week’s rain.“I’m bringing my rubber boots next time,” Schlundt said. “Yeah, yeah, yeah I forgot. I was born and raised in Indiana, but I forgot when the rain comes down. It comes... (WISH-TV)