Herald Staff Report
GF KnightRiders 1, Dickinson 0 Payton Kriewald's goal early in the first period was all Grand Forks needed as the KnightRiders defeated Dickinson at Eagles Arena on Friday. Teresa Mattson posted 24 saves to secure the shutout. Dickinson netminder Baylee Kram made 33 saves. "We started out well and peppered them right away," said KnightRider coach Alex Hedlund. "Dickinson plays tough hockey and had some chances they just didn't capitalize on. A win is a win and we are happy with that." Devils Lake 65, GF Central 26
The following represents recent votes of Grand Forks lawmakers at the North Dakota Legislature, underway in Bismarck. Not all bills are not represented, and especially those that pass or fail with near-unanimous votes.
• Payton Gullikson, Warren, Minn., has been named to the fall Dean's List at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H. • Mark Bittner of Crookston has received high honors during the fall semester at University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. High Honors are awarded to students with a GPA from 3.75 to 3.89.
Rev. John E. Ritchie will begin serving as pastor of Mendenhall Presbyterian Church in East Grand Forks on Wednesday. Ritchie will host his first service at 11 a.m. Feb. 5, and all are welcomed to attend. A welcoming breakfast and lunch will follow the service in the Fellowship Hall. Monthly Love Feast
Edgewood Management offers new services Edgewood Management Group has entered into a joint agreement with the Idaho-based company, All Care Health Solutions. The collaboration will enable Edgewood to provide additional health care services, improve communication between caregivers and residents, and enhance the quality of life for patients. Nodak Electric board member earns award
BLOOMINGTON, Minn.—The Herald has received a first-place award for general reporting from the Minnesota Newspaper Association, one of several recognitions announced Thursday at the association's convention in Bloomington. The Herald competes among Minnesota dailies with circulations of 10,000 or more, including the Forum, the Duluth News Tribune and the St. Cloud Times.
The Frosty Bobber Winter Carnival is returning to the streets of East Grand Forks on Saturday with fun events for all ages and activity levels. The carnival, backed for the second-straight year by Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals and Cabela's, returns with a smorgasbord of winter fun, including an ice fishing tournament, chili feed, sleigh rides, cocoa and s'mores stations, kid's activity tent, and, of course, cardboard sled races for kids and adults.
Grand Forks Public Library "The Costume Making Guide: Creating Armor & Props for Cosplay" by Svetlana Quindt.
Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., has been named chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration and Related Agencies. "I look forward to working with my colleagues to invest in rural America and programs that help North Dakota's and the nation's producers feed our country, including implementation of the Farm Bill, agriculture research, rural development, energy and conservation programs," Hoeven said in a statement.