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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS REA announces annual event attendance; nears 5 million milestone
Ralph Engelstad Arena opened its doors to the community on Oct. 5, 2001, and will pass the attendance milestone of the 5 millionth guest this fall. Today, arena officials released attendance totals fo... Posted on 10/3/12 at 2:36 PM
Tickets go on sale Feb. 27; prices range from $39 to $139 each If it seems as if this concert came about overnight, it didn’t, a Ralph Engelstad Arena official said. Elton John rarely performs in markets this small, and this performance will not be part of a national tour. But it’s a concert the Ralph has been trying to bring to town for some time.
Ralph Engelstad Arena and Park District moving toward contractSome details need to be solidified, but the two entities agree about the core idea of merging the efforts of the REA’s Hockey Academy with the park district’s Ultimate Hockey, both youth training programs.
HB 1212 sponsor says it isn’t a ‘bill to ban tailgating'. Chuck Damschen didn’t expect to win any popularity points when he proposed banning alcohol at North Dakota collegiate athletic events, but the Republican state representative from Hampden said he’s been surprised by the rancor he’s stirred up in the public. Open story for video of Chuck Damschen explaining his decision to introduce HB 1212.
The Hockey Academy took off in its first year, in large part due to the strong reputation of leaders Brad Berry and Erik Fabian.
Although both have departed for assistant coaching jobs — Berry with the Columbus Blue Jackets and Fabian with the UND women — Ralph Engelstad Arena has hired another renowned hockey person to run the academy for its second year.
The squad known for its second-half surges has some momentum brewing after Christmas break, moving to 3-0-1 in 2010 after a grind-it-out 3-2 victory over Minnesota State-Mankato on Saturday in Ralph Engelstad Arena.
The Ralph Engelstad Arena has lowered its largest serving size of beer effective immediately, but beer will now actually cost more per ounce even after a price decrease.
In a Wednesday press release, General Manager Jody Hodgson said the change is “in an attempt to more appropriately align our operation plans with our stated alcohol service objectives.”
The third-ranked Sioux, who had their best October under sixth-year coach Dave Hakstol, will enter Christmas break on a slide. And its origin can be traced back to the night that captain Chay Genoway went out with a concussion.
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