Herald Staff Report
Boys hockey 6 Saturday's results Bismarck High 8, Fargo North 1 Bismarck Century 5, West Fargo 1 GF Red River 5, Mandan 2 Second period—1. Reed Turner (Riley Thingvold, Tyler Savage) 6:12; 2. RR, Turner (Savage) 6:30; 3. RR, Braden Costello (Mason Salquist, Alex Carpenter) 6:52; 4. M, Alex Horner (Ty Leingang) 15:27; 5. RR, Costello (Salquist, Luke LaMoine) 15:58 Third period—6. M, Austin Leingang 10:12; 7. RR, Reed Olson (Max Johnson, Landon Haagenson) 14:33
The monthly Love Feast meal usually hosted at Zion United Methodist Church has been moved to a different location due to updates to the church. University Lutheran Church will provide, prepare and serve this month's Love Feast 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at 2122 University Ave. The meal will include turkey, mash potatoes, gravy, dressing, corn and pumpkin dessert. Blood Pressure checks will be available at the event. For more information, call (218) 791-6958.
The Herald wants you to submit your nomination for 2016's Person of the Year. The person of the year can be anyone who prompted a discussion, influenced change or made a lasting impact in the Greater Grand Forks community. The recipients in 2015 were Richard and Susan Lunski of Larimore, N.D., who worked to save the injured children after a BNSF train and a school bus collided near their home. It's up to you to interpret what it means to be influential, but you should provide the name of the person and a short description about why she or he deserves the honor.
Women's hockey 6 Friday's results Duluth 4, Harvard 1 Wisconsin 3, Cornell 0 Lindenwood 5, Minnesota State 1 Vermont 5, St. Cloud State 1 Boston U 4, Princeton 1 Robert Morris 3, Clarkson 3, OT Syracuse 3, UND 0 First period—1. SU, Lindsay Eastwood 2 (Jessica Sibley, Heather Schwarz) 17:45 Second period—2. SU, Schwarz 6 (Sibley) 12:25 Third period—3. SU, Schwarz 7 (Alysha Burriss, Megan Quinn) 19:11 (en)
OSLO, Minn.—Two Marshall County residents were sent to a Grand Forks hospital Thursday after a car rollover near Oslo. About 1 p.m., Jaden Larson, 22, Warren, Minn., was driving a 2005 Chevrolet Malibu east on Minnesota Highway 1 when the vehicle went into a ditch and rolled several times near Marshall County Road 17, about 3 miles east of Oslo, according to a Minnesota State Patrol report.
First Presbyterian to hold annual lutefisk and meatball dinner First Presbyterian Church, 5555 S Washington St., Grand Forks, will hold their second lutefisk and meatball dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. today. Adults eat for $15 and children for $7. Call (701) 775-5545 to make reservations. Zion United Methodist Church to host Cookie Walk Zion United Methodist Church, 1001 24th Ave. S, Grand Forks, will host a Cookie Walk at 9 a.m. Dec. 10. The event will offer cookies, lefse, candy, cards and napkins for sale.
• Choice Financial recently donated $2,000 to the Northland Rescue Mission of Grand Forks and $3,906.39 to the east Grand Forks Food Shelf. The money was raised through Choice's Swipe Out Hunger campaign, which donated 25 cents to local food pantries for every purchase made with a Choice Financial debit card.
• The final weekend of the "Dear Margery" exhibit by James Culleton is today through Sunday in the North Dakota Museum of Art on UND's campus. It is free and...
Prep football 6 N.D. Class AAA all-state Selected by state coaches First team offense
Saving Savy, a free will donation spaghetti dinner in benefit of Brian Sauvageau, will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the Loft Bar and Grill, 308 DeMers Ave., Grand Forks. Sauvageau is being treated for Guillain-Barre syndrome, a rare neurological condition. Money raised will to him to help his recovery. A Vikings football ticket giveaway proceeds and gaming tips will be donated.