PARENT INFORMATION CENTER April Events
Saturday, April 20th come out to the Purpur Arena with yourchildren age birth-7,for a Hands on Learning Fair. 10 Am- 1Pm
Fun learning activities, parent information displays and hear the Mayor's pr... Posted on 4/13/13 at 1:01 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Debate Topics
Had a interesting evening last night helping moderate the Young Professionals Grand Forks Mayoral Debate betweenMayor Michael Brown and City Council member Tyrone Grandstrand. Thanks to Stacey, Evan a... Posted on 5/23/12 at 5:50 AM
REGGIE TALES Random Thursday
*Will Randy Moss wear #84 again for the Vikings? I wish I would have bought a few of those off the clearance racks when Minnesota traded him a few years ago.
*The Tales will be taking a few days off ... Posted on 10/7/10 at 8:05 AM
Bruce Moe can have a simple message for his Grand Forks Red River wrestlers — do as I say and as I do. The 55-year-old high school wrestling coach leads by example. Last week, Moe won two titles at the USA Wrestling’s Veterans national tournament in Las Vegas.
Matt Anderson has experienced the thrill of victory, of winning a state title. That made defeat even more difficult. Ben Holen’s layup with less than one second remaining gave Bismarck Century a 51-49 win against the Roughriders.
The hole Grand Forks Red River dug themselves into on Thursday was just too big to dig out of. The Roughriders fell to Bismarck Century 52-38 in the quarterfinals of the North Dakota state Class A girls basketball tournament at Exhibition Hall.
After the East Region championship game Saturday, Grand Forks Red River coach Bill Chase addressed his team and finished with a short message.
Stay on a roll. The Roughriders capped an impressive region tournament with a 6-3 victory over Grafton-Park River in the title game at Purpur Arena.
Brittany Dvorak remembers the last time she played basketball. It was Oct. 11, 2008, two days before she was diagnosed with leukemia. On Tuesday, 1,578 days later, she was back on the court. It was a long journey in more ways than are measured by a calendar.
With a 15-4-1 record and a scoring average of 5.6 goals a game, it’s not like Grand Forks Red River has struggled on the ice this season. But Roughriders boys hockey coach Bill Chase can pinpoint a turnaround game for his team.
Bryan Bjerk had options in his future in college athletics. The Grand Forks Red River High School senior was a first team all-state offensive lineman in football each of the last two seasons.On Wednesday, Bjerk said, he signed a letter of intent to compete in track at the University of Minnesota.
Nearly nine months after its projected completion date, the new Grand Forks Red River High School Performance Hall is set to open tonight with one of the school’s most popular events, an annual singing competition for students called “Rider Idol.”
Ken Sherwood’s father Dwight was the choir director at Grand Forks Central High School when Ken was growing up. He ended up following in his father’s footsteps, teaching music for more than 30 years at Grand Forks Red River High School. Ken’s son Brad now follows in his father’s and grandfather’s footsteps at Red River.
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