Herald Staff Report
A Devils Lake man died after a one-vehicle crash in Ramsey County Saturday morning. The 28-year-old man was driving a 2001 Ford F150 pickup north on Ramsey County Road 3 about 13 miles northeast of Devils Lake. Just before 8 a.m. Saturday, the driver drifted into the east ditch before trying to correct. He lost control, crossed the road and rolled in the west ditch, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
GIRLS HOCKEY GF KnightRiders 3, Williston 2 The KnightRiders trailed going into the third period but managed to score twice to secure the win on Friday over Williston at Eagles Arena. Emily Benson knotted the score at two apiece with her first varsity goal four minutes into the third. Payton Kriewald scored the game-winner at 10:03 of the third on an assist from Alyssa Mulroy, who scored the Knightriders first goal.
A UND President Mark Kennedy tweet seems to have mixed up one NBA star with another that attended the North Dakota university. Kennedy tweeted Friday, "It was great to have @myUND alum @lebronjames stop by our reception in advance of @undmyhockey."
A six-vehicle crash caused a pileup and injured several people Friday night in Grand Forks. Grand Forks Police responded at 6:11 p.m. to the 1400 block of 32nd Avenue South to a report of a crash, according to a news release. Police determined a maroon 2009 Mitsubishi Gallant driven by Michael Sundeen was eastbound on 32nd Avenue. As he was approaching a stop light at South Washington Street, he struck a black Chevrolet Traverse driven by Jessica Foss, according to the release. A silver 2003 Ford Taurus driven by Dustin Berg then hit Sundeen's rear end.
United Lutheran to host Christmas luncheon United Lutheran will host its annual Christmas luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. today. This year's theme is "A Country Kitchen Luncheon." Tickets are $10 and will be available at the door. For more information call (218) 791-2611. Holy Family to host DVD viewing Holy Family Catholic Church, 1018 18th Ave. S., Grand Forks, will host a viewing of Matthew Kelly's "The Seven Pillars of Catholic Spirituality" at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow. All are welcome.
Altru employee receives recognition Dr. Eric Johnson, a family medicine physician of the Altru Health System has been honored with the American Music Therapy Association's Advocate of Music Therapy Award. The award recognizes individuals who are not music therapists, but have contributed significantly to the field. Altru achieves American Heart Association award
A benefit for Ellarose Marie Lappe will be 5-8 p.m. Thursday at Calvary Lutheran Church of Grand Forks. The event will consist of a bake sale, dinner and silent auction, where two autographed UND jerseys will be for sale. Additional donations will be accepted by Rachel Lappe at 701-317-8393. Altru Health System will host the eighth annual Spin for Kids event April 22 at Red River High School. Registration will open at 7 a.m. March 1 at Altru's Medical Fitness Center, inside the Altru Rehabilitation Center. Proceeds benefit prog
FORT TOTTEN, N.D.—The public has been asked to help locate a Warwick, N.D., man who has been missing for more than two weeks. Virgil David Feather Sr., 65, last was seen Nov. 15 in Devils Lake, according to an emergency message sent by the Lake Region 911 Center in Devils Lake. The Native American has black hair, though a picture sent with the alert shows him with a white mustache and beard. He also has brown eyes, weighs about 220 pounds and is 6 feet tall. He last was seen wearing a tan shirt, black jeans, black shoes and a camouflage jacket with a black hood.
MINNEAPOLIS—Vikings coach Mike Zimmer had emergency eye surgery Wednesday night, putting his availability in doubt for Thursday night's game against Dallas at U.S. Bank Stadium. "Mike Zimmer is having emergency...
The Newsboys are coming to Grand Forks. The popular Christian band will perform at 6 p.m. April 23 at the Chester Fritz Auditorium during its Love Riot Tour, according to the band's website. A Grammy-nominated and platinum-selling band, Newsboys announced Wednesday it would extend its Love Riot Tour into 2017, adding 50 cities to the concert list. Grand Forks is the only North Dakota city added to the extension. There are no Minnesota cities on the tour extension list, but additional tour dates for May will be announced soon, according to a news release.