Cavalier scored 42 points in its 2011 North Dakota 9-man high school football playoff game against Wyndmere-Lidgerwood. That’s a hefty point total, even in the explosive 9-man ranks. Yet that wasn’t close to enough for success for the Tornadoes — they suffered a season-ending 66-42 setback.
The Cavalier County Job Development Authority still intends to acquire the abandoned Stanley R. Mickelsen Safeguard Complex at Nekoma, N.D., even though negotiations with the federal government have stalled.
A Fargo man was arrested Saturday night in Cavalier County after a high speed chase and a collision with a county sheriff’s patrol cruiser that ultimately ended when the suspect vehicle ended up in the water at Mount Carmel Dam. The Cavalier County Sheriff’s Department identified the driver as James Strickland, Fargo.
Cavalier County aims to buy Nekoma, N.D., complex A group working to redevelop the mothballed anti-ballistic missile site at Nekoma, N.D., applied for a $600,000 federal grant Friday to acquire the property. The potential grant from the federal Economic Development Administration would match a $600,000 appropriation from the state Legislature, according to Carol Goodman, executive director of the Cavalier County Job Development Authority.
For about two hours Friday afternoon, a semi-trailer blocked both eastbound lanes on U.S. Highway 2 eight miles west of Devils Lake. The Highway Patrol said the roads had been icy and wind-driven snow had reduced visibility.
Devils Lake board gives up after USDA demands $150,000 Sometimes, it’s just easier — and cheaper — to move on rather than put up a fight. That’s what the Devils Lake Basin Joint Water Resource Board decided recently, when it paid a $96,000 bill to the U.S. Agriculture Department’s Natural Resources Conservation Service.
When wind farms started dotting the landscape of northeast North Dakota a few years ago, Northern Plains Railroad developed a wind component handling facility in Devils Lake to help deliver turbines and blades to the Langdon Wind Energy Center in Cavalier County and the Rugby Wind Power Project in Pierce County.
The grants will help the agencies prevent terrorist attacks, secure U.S. borders and enhance emergency preparedness, according to a news release from the state’s congressional delegation, Sen. Kent Conrad, Sen. John Hoeven and Rep. Rick Berg.
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