Jonathon “Jack” Parish, 8, of Grand Forks is sponsored by Red River High School, whose students held a fundraiser. John Freer, 4, of Langdon is sponsored by Jewelers for Children, a jewel-industry group dedicated to helping children in need.
Healthcare facilities in Park River, Grafton, McVille and Langdon, all in North Dakota, will be getting telemedicine equipment from the Altru Health Foundation, the Grand Forks-based group said Wednesday.
The Larimore offense is rolling this year — just not quite as quickly as it did a year ago. The Polar Bears graduated all-state running back Chris Arvin last spring. He was one of the top sprinters in North Dakota track and a potential big-play performer every time he touched the football.
Marnie Thielbar, of Langdon, N.D., won The Cass-Clay Ice Cream Dream Flavor Contest on Wednesday. Her Oil Patch Prairie Praline flavor will be available in stores carrying Cass-Clay products by next spring.
Size doesn’t give a clear picture of what Kalton Agnes does on the pitching mound. The Langdon 17-year-old pitcher is hardly imposing, as he’s only 5 feet, 10 inches in height and approximately 130 pounds. Agnes is 3-1 for Langdon with a 1.11 earned run average.
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.
Long-time editor Neil O. Nelson is back in the saddle at the Hillsboro (N.D.) Banner after a change of ownership. He was editor at the Banner for a dozen years until being let go in April. Kelly Ink in Lisbon, which owns several other papers in the state sold it Friday to a partnership called Sub-Zero Press of Hillsboro, which brought Nelson back.
Renewable energy credits from power generated from wind farms near Langdon and north of Valley City will offset 15,000 megawatt hours of electricity associated with the game on Feb. 5. Green Mountain Energy Co. in Austin, Texas, provided the credits, which were acquired from Minnkota Power Cooperative, based in Grand Forks.
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