Herald Staff Report
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
Prep football 6 Tuesday's results Midway-Minto 81, Mandaree 20 M-M 37 22 20 12 --81 MAN 7 6 0 7 --20 M-M—John Juarez 1 run (PAT good) M-M—J. Juarez 88 punt return (J. Juarez run) M-M—Weston Napier 26 run (PAT good) M-M—W. Napier 1 run (PAT good) MAN—Aaron Wolf 50 run (PAT good) M-M—Vegas Dale 18 pass (PAT failed) M-M—W. Napier 45 pass (PAT failed) M-M—W. Napier 45 run (PAT failed) MAN—Azin Antonio 6 run (PAT failed)
Girls tennis Senior High drops two at state: East Grand Forks Senior High dropped both of its matches in the Minnesota state Class A girls tennis tournament in Minneapolis on Tuesday. Senior High was making its first state appearance. The Green Wave dropped a 5-2 decision in the quarterfinal round to St. James, dropping Senior High into the consolation bracket. In the consolation round, Osakis defeated Senior High 5-2. The Wave ended the season 16-8.
Volleyball GF Central 3, Wahpeton 1: Katie Noreen had 13 kills and 27 digs to lead Grand Forks Central to an 18-25, 25-17, 25-23, 25-22 home win over Wahpeton on Tuesday. Sofie McGee added 10 kills and two service aces for the Knights. Wahpeton was led by Hannah Meyer and Raegan Klosterman. Both players had seven kills. West Fargo Sheyenne 3, GF Red River 1: West Fargo Sheyenne lost the first set before rolling to a 23-25, 25-19, 25-19, 25-21 road win over Grand Forks Red River on Tuesday.
MINNEAPOLIS -- East Grand Forks Senior High went down in defeat Tuesday morning in its first appearance in the Minnesota girls state tennis team tournament. The Green Wave dropped a 5-2 decision in the quarterfinal round to St. James, dropping Senior High into the consolation bracket. Senior High wins came from Delaney Aaker and Kendal Rand at second doubles and the Kate Johnson/Thea Haaven-Farstad third doubles team.
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College football 6 STATS FCS Poll N.D.
Devils Lake wasn't the only North Dakota walleye fishery to have fair to good natural production this past spring, the Game and Fish Department said in reporting results from its annual fall reproduction surveys. Most waters fared as good as or better than expected, and Lake Sakakawea had the eighth-highest catch of young-of-the-year walleyes on record, said Scott Gangl, fisheries management section leader for Game and Fish in Bismarck.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is holding special hunts at several Minnesota state parks this fall in an effort to prevent overpopulation of deer and protect resources. Access to the parks will vary during the hunts, some of which already have been held. Some parks will remain open to all visitors, some will have limited access and some will be open only to hunters with special permits and closed to the general public. The deadlines to apply for special permits to participate in the hunts have passed.