Herald Staff Report
DEVILS LAKE—Children in Devils Lake might see a state trooper on their bus Tuesday. The North Dakota Highway Patrol is taking its "Trooper on a Bus" program to Devils Lake, where a trooper will ride along on a regular bus route and observes drivers. If there is a traffic violation, the trooper will radio the information to another trooper in a nearby squad car to conduct a stop.
There are a few options for Grand Forks residents cleaning up debris after thunderstorms rolled through the city late Sunday and early Monday. According to the city: Residents who can haul their debris, they should take it to the Grand Forks Public Works Facility, 724 N. 47th St. Debris containers are placed on the building's south side. If the containers are full, residents can leave debris on the concrete next to the containers.
MILTON, N.D.—More than 500 veterans who fought in various wars will have a monument dedicated to them Sunday. The program will begin at 10 a.m. at Little Star Theater in Milton, followed by a ceremony at Milton Cemetery. The public is invited to attend both events, along with a free lunch at the Milton Senior Center. Members of the American Legion Eagleson-Meling Post 179 and Auxiliary have organized the event to recognize those who fought in wars from the Civil War era, Iran and Afghanistan, as well as Auxiliary women.
PERLEY, Minn. — One person was injured after a crash Sunday night south of Perley. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, 31-year-old Mingzhu Liu of Crookston was driving a Volkswagen Passat northbound on U.S. Highway 75 south about 10 p.m. in Norman County. Liu reached down while driving and lost control of the vehicle, which crossed the southbound lane of traffic and went into the west ditch, according to a report from the State Patrol
MANVEL, N.D.—Members of the Manvel community are invited to attend a presentation on drug awareness Wednesday. The documentary "Faded," a documentary on fentanyl's impact in Grand Forks, will be shown at 7 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, followed by a talk with parents that were in the film. Wayne and Jackie Poitra, who lost their son to a drug overdose, will lead the discussion.
• Wayne Will of Stephen, Minn, has made the spring semester dean's list at Ridgewater College. • Darian Colgrove of Grand Forks Central High School and Tai Mosley of Red River High School have been selected by the Coalition for Conservation and Environmental Education to represent North Dakota as delegates at the National Youth Science Camp in West Virginia this summer.
Closures in northeast North Dakota for the eastbound and westbound lanes of U.S. Highway 81 and State Highways 5 and 59 will begin Monday. Each project will work on chip seal and pavement markings. Work on US Highway 81 near Hamilton, N.D., will begin at Highway 5 and end at Interstate 29. Construction on Highway 5 will begin at I-29 and will end at the Red River. Work on Highway 59 near Pembina, N.D., will begin at I-29 and end at the Red River.
Prep track N.D. East Region Boys team totals 1, Grand Forks Red River 147. 2, Fargo Davies 137. 3, Fargo South 132. 4, West Fargo 92. 5, Sheyenne 71. 6, Fargo North 56. 7, Grand Forks Central 29. 8, Wahpeton 27. 9, Devils Lake 20. 10, Shanley 19. 11, Valley City 11. Top 6 finishers
Fargo marathon Men’s marathon Top 25 finishers
RED LAKE, Minn.—A Red Lake Tribal Council member has been ousted in the tribe's general election, and all of the seats on the ballot are slated for a runoff vote. Incumbent Randall Kingbird lost his seat for the Ponemah District in the Red Lake Nation's general election held Wednesday, only collecting 25.5 percent of the vote. Challengers Glenda Martin and Daniel Johnson received 44.1 percent and 30.4 percent of the vote, respectively.