When Minnesota presents itself to the world, it doesn’t say, “Home of the Mall of America.” It says, “Land of 10,000 Lakes.” Likewise, North Dakota’s “Legendary” moniker has nothing to do with the number of oil rigs now pumping.
Berniece Isabelle Holden, 87, of Grand Forks, ND died Saturday, June 15, 2013 in Valley Eldercare Center, Grand Forks.
Berniece was born February 26, 1926 in Lake Park, MN, the daughter of Oscar and Mathilda (Marshall) Moen. Berniece moved to Ayr, ND with her family in 1926. She attended Ayr School for eleven and one half years, graduating from Page (ND) High School in 1945. Berniece played on the Ayr Rifles high school girls basketball team that won five State Championships from 1939 - 1944. She also worked with her parents in the Page Hotel and Café.
70 of Buxton, ND passed away Monday June 17, 2013, after a short illness, in Altru Hospital, Grand Forks, ND.
Eileen May Larson was born November 30, 1942 in Grafton, ND, the daughter of Roy and Antoinette (Compeau) Larson. She graduated from St. Thomas High School in St. Thomas, ND in 1960. Eileen married Paul Siewert on January 30, 1965 in Grafton, ND. They made their home in St. Thomas and raised 3 children. Eileen was employed as a telephone operator in Grafton. Paul and Eileen owned and operated Paul’s Hartz in St.Thomas for several years. In 1986, they moved to Buxton, ND and opened Buxton Hartz Store and produced Paul’s Pintos Baked Beans. Eileen also was employed at Gaffney’s in Grand Forks and Marvin Windows in Grafton. Eileen volunteered as a Fire Bell, was a CCD teacher and a Cub Scout leader. She also served on the Altar Society for the St. Thomas Catholic Church for many years. She currently was a member of the Buxton Senior Center. Eileen loved her flowers and flower gardens. She loved baking banana bread and many other goodies. Her greatest joy was watching her 7 grandchildren grow.
Kent R. Larson age 76 of East Grand Forks, MN, passed away on Monday, June 17th, 2013 at Altru Hospital in Grand Forks, ND
Kent Richard Larson was born on July 20, 1936 in Grand Forks, ND the son of Oswald and Helene (Chapman) Larson. Kent grew up and attended school in East Grand Forks, graduating from Central High School.
The North Dakota High School Activities Association Board of Directors voted 8-1 on Tuesday to approve the adoption of using video replay from the official overhead goal camera during state hockey tournaments starting in 2013-14.
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