Jarrin Dean Boucher, Crookston, was 17 when the second alleged sexual assault occurred, but the prosecutor is seeking to have him tried as an adult. He already faces charges of sexual assault on a 6-year-old, allegedly committed after he turned 18.
Anna Marie Korynta was, by all accounts, a pretty, outgoing young woman with dozens of friends who was liked by almost everyone that met her. So, it was shocking, when the 19-year-old Fisher, Minn., native was found brutally stabbed to death in her basement apartment in downtown Grand Forks during the early morning hours of May 11, 1987. With each passing year, that shock vanishes into mystery as Korynta’s killer has remained at large.
A high school senior who attended the high school here is in jail in Crookston, charged with sexually assaulting a kindergarten student while helping out in the class. The charges spurred questions Tuesday night from parents of kindergartners during a 75-minute meeting with school officials over how Jarrin Boucher, 18, was given access to the student in her classroom through a special program.
Fisher farmers grow own barley From the field to the glass.
That’s the goal of Tim and Adam Wagner regarding their modest planting of barley this spring. The Wagners want to turn their barley-to-beer operation into a business. They’re among seven fledgling businesses that hope to benefit from a $10,000 prize in the IDEA Competition in northwestern Minnesota. The money for the IDEA grants comes from nonprofits, with the Northwest Minnesota Foundation as the lead group.
Rare early spring spurs seed-sowing Mike Bergeron beat the calendar, planting spring wheat in the last days of winter, nearly a month before he usually does such seeding. He and Jon Ross farm together as R&B Growers north of Fisher, Minn. They started seeding wheat Saturday, apparently before other farmers in the region.
Police reports indicate that weather conditions were foggy, with very limited visibility, at about 2:16 a.m., when a 2005 Pontiac G6 collided with a 1994 Ford extended cab pick-up that was stopped while facing westbound, the wrong way, in the eastbound lanes.
New chairman said it had nothing to do with labor dispute Robert Green, 57, of St. Thomas, N.D., replaces Neil Widner of Stephen, Minn. Steve Williams, 60, of Fisher, Minn., was elected vice chairman, replacing Curt Haugen of Argyle, Minn.
View your ad here! Cost effective targeted advertising. Contextual advertising starting as low as $79/month. This includes targeted ad delivery and search results! Add your business to the Marketplace »