Herald Staff Report
Prep volleyball 6 Saturday’s results Devils Lake Invitational In Devils Lake, Saturday Pool A
College volleyball 6 Friday’s results South Dakota over N.D. State 25-12, 23-25, 21-25, 25-17, 15-9
The North Dakota Aeronautics Commission this month released boarding data for each airport in the state. North Dakota has seen a cumulative growth of 4 percent In North Dakota, comparing January to August of 2017 to that same time period this year. Kyle Wanner, director of the commission, described this growth as a sign of a good economy. “Airline boardings can be a key indicator of economic growth,” he said.
North Dakotans and Minnesotans Google “student loans” and “property taxes” more than any other money-related term. Business Insider analyzed Google Trends data from the past year to find what kind of money-related searches were happening in each state. Borrowers in North Dakota Google-search “student loans” more often than any other state.
Rydell Honda is expanding its parking lot to the south of its existing building, according to Deputy City Planner Ryan Brooks. General Manager Ben Cahalan said that the car dealership is trying to relieve congestion in their two main lots with this expansion on South Washington. “It's going to improve the flow for us,” Cahalan said. “It has been pretty congested for a while.”
Getting outdoors to hunt squirrels, rabbits and other small game is the focus of Minnesota's Take a Kid Hunting Weekend this Saturday, Sept. 22, and Sunday, Sept. 23. During the weekend, adult Minnesota residents accompanied by a youth younger than age 16 can hunt small game without a license but must comply with open seasons, limits and other regulations, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Prep volleyball 6 Tuesday's results Enderlin def. Lisbon 27-25, 13-25, 25-9, 25-21 Wahpeton def. GF Central 23-25, 25-13, 25-15, 25-23 WF Sheyenne 25-25-25, GF Red River 13-10-18
College football 6 STATS FCS poll N.D. State (152 first-place votes) 2-0 James Madison (2) 2-1 S. D.
North Dakota's two-day youth pheasant season is Saturday, Sept. 29 and Sunday, Sept. 30. Legally licensed residents and nonresidents age 15 and younger may hunt roosters statewide. Resident youth hunters, regardless of age, must possess a fishing, hunting and furbearer certificate and general game and habitat license. Nonresident youth hunters from states that provide a reciprocal licensing agreement for North Dakota residents qualify for North Dakota resident licenses. Otherwise, nonresident youth hunters must purchase a nonresident small game license.
Gov. Doug Burgum has signed a proclamation establishing Sept. 22 as Hunting and Fishing Day in North Dakota. Burgum's proclamation highlights the rich and storied tradition of hunting and angling in North Dakota, and that hunters and anglers, through their license fees, have helped fund state efforts to provide for healthy and sustainable natural resources.