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The Scranton native found herself fighting for votes Tuesday for the second week in a row on the NBC talent show as she sang “Barracuda” by Heart. “The Rockin’ Nanny” from Minneapolis will move on to the next round against four other singers. She went up against Sisaundra Lewis, Delvin Choice and Audra McLaughlin, who were eliminated Tuesday.
A 3-year-old boy missing for nearly six hours Monday night was discovered safe after an hours-long air, foot, bloodhound, horseback and ATV search, thanks in part to the family dog.
Swift County Sheriff John Holtz said the sheriff’s office, Benson Police and Northside Elementary officials were notified of the situation just after 8 a.m.
Kat Perkins wasn’t the only singer from North Dakota on “The Voice” on Tuesday. Country artist Gwen Sebastian returned to the NBC talent show as a mentor for musician hopefuls on Team Blake. The night was filled with covers from the top eight finalists, all singing for votes to move them on to the next round.
An arrest warrant was issued Monday for a 23-year-old Kandiyohi man who failed to appear for sentencing on two felony charges related to assaulting three Willmar police officers in December.
The state Board of Higher Education will have a special meeting today to consider the appointment of Margaret Dahlberg as interim president of Valley City State University.
It wasn’t a traditional ending, but a familiar one for the Jimmies. Shaky Mayville State defense, and some clutch pitching late by the University of Jamestown, ended in a 6-5 Jimmies victory Monday in the championship game of the North Star Athletic Association/Frontier Conference tournament here.
Two people from Cass Lake were killed in a head-on collision Saturday night in Cass County.
Aviation, energy and government officials are up in arms against the U.S. Air Force’s controversial Powder River Training Complex expansion plan, which, if implemented, would extend into southwestern North Dakota.
Funeral services have been set for former U.S. Rep. Jim Oberstar, who died Saturday at age 79.