Herald Staff Report
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s fall mule deer survey indicated fawn production in 2018 was better than in 2017. Biologists counted 2,446 mule deer in the aerial survey in October. The buck-to-doe ratio of 43 bucks per 100 does was higher than last year and the same as the long-term average. The mule deer fawn-to-doe ratio was 84 fawns per 100 does, which was higher than 2017 but slightly lower than the long-term average of 89 fawns per 100 does.
College hockey 6 Saturday’s results
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Lake of the Woods Anglers are catching walleyes by anchoring and jigging with frozen shiners in 14 to 28 feet of water in various places along the south shore, Lake of the Woods Tourism reported in its weekly update. Fishing is good with the recent improvement in water clarity. Gold or gold mixed with glow, pink or orange are good choices for jig colors.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has confirmed zebra mussels in Lake Bemidji in Beltrami County. In July, an adult zebra mussel was found in the stomach contents of a perch caught by a Lake Bemidji State Park volunteer while fishing on the north shore. DNR investigations at that time, including diving and sampling for zebra mussel larvae, did not lead to conclusive evidence.
Volleyball EGF Sacred Heart 3, Fosston 1: Ivy Edwards and Jessica Remer each had 13 kills to lead East Grand Forks Sacred Heart to a 25-15, 26-24, 23-25, 25-18 win over Fosston on Tuesday in the Minnesota Section 8A tournament semifinals in Bagley, Minn. Dana Walski handed out 29 assists, while Maddi Mitzel added eight kills and two aces. Fosston was led by Taylor Kroenig, Emma Drellack and Jaime Carlin. Each finished with nine kills. Kora Norland had 32 assists for the Greyhounds.
College football 6 STATS FCS Poll N.D.
UND scored on a 99-yard kickoff return and a 60-yard blocked field goal return but Weber State’s run game helped lead the No. 4 Wildcats past the Fighting Hawks 35-30 on Saturday at the Alerus Center. The No. 22-ranked Hawks dropped to 5-3 while Weber improved to 6-2.
CROOKSTON—A Fargo man has been accused of sexually assaulting two young children in East Grand Forks. Corey Nathan Kuenzli, 35, had his first appearance Friday in Polk County District Court, where he is charged with three felony counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct. Each charge is punishable by up to 30 years in prison. Court documents give details on the incident that allegedly happened Oct. 9 or 10, 2017. Kuenzli told the children to get into bed with him and told them to perform sexual acts, according to court documents.
Prep volleyball 6 Thursday’s results