Though the experience isn’t new, the excitement never diminishes for Averi Olson. Another season; another trip to a state tournament. That’s been the story of the Thompson senior’s high school athletic experiences.
For their second date, Mary Loyland and Don Berntsen, of rural Thompson, went dancing together. It was fitting, then, that the couple embraced for an impromptu dance during their wedding ceremony in June, a little more than a year later.
Residents in the Thompson (N.D.) Public School district will decide next month if they want a $4.5 million expansion. Growing enrollment means more space is needed at the school, which houses kindergarten through senior high classes, officials say.
A Grand Forks jury convicted James Hume Wednesday night of felony charges that he neglected and abused his two young daughters, 3 and 4, by living in a garage attached to the rural house northwest of Reynolds, N.D., where his parents, whom he called “hoarders,” lived in squalor with dozens of animals and birds.
James Hume, the Thompson, N.D., man facing three felony charges of child neglect or abuse involving living with three small children in what investigators called a dirty, unsafe, unsanitary garage last summer turned down a plea deal Monday.
Almost all of the five returning starters on the Thompson girls basketball team have seen their scoring averages drop slightly from a year ago. For the Tommies, that has been a good thing. Thompson has more of a share-the-wealth offense as its reserves have played more prominent roles.
Xander Burch was far behind at birth. However, 18 years later, it’s clear that he has more than caught up. The latest evidence is the Thompson (N.D.) High School senior winning one of the five annual Military Child of the Year awards from a field of more than 1,000 applicants nationwide.
A Thompson, N.D., man charged last fall with felony abuse and neglect of his children appeared Monday on a new charge accusing him of threatening to “hurt” a female witness in the child abuse/neglect case.
In a starting lineup that included four players standing 6-foot-2 or taller last season, Lucas Dick averaged a double double. With the rest of that height graduating last spring, the 6-foot-5 junior is even more dominant on the boards.
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