Herald Staff Report
Local clipboard 6 VOLLEYBALL UND splits against Tulane, ETSU CLEMSON, S.C.—North Dakota split a pair of five-set matches Friday to finish its trip to the South with a 4-1 record. UND lost to Tulane 23-25, 25-18, 25-17, 27-29, 15-9 in the morning before rebounding to defeat East Tennessee State 25-16, 27-29, 19-25, 25-20, 15-10 in the finale of the Clemson Classic.
Calvary's Memory Cafe returns Calvary Lutheran Church is returning with its Memory Cafe 1-3:30 p.m. Sept. 13 in the church's Fellowship Hall. The event is for the patients living with Alzheimer's or any other type of dementia as well as their families and friends. The program will begin at 1:30 p.m. and will feature speakers on Alzheimer's and refreshments following the program. St. John to hold concert
INTERNATIONAL PEACE GARDEN—The International Peace Garden will mark the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks with a ceremony at the Peace Garden's 9/11 memorial site. Admission will be free Sunday into the Peace Garden so the general public can honor the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks that killed about 3,000 people at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and in a Pennsylvania field where United Airlines Flight 93 crashed. The ceremony will begin at 11 a.m. Sunday with the playing of the Canadian and United States national anthems, according to a news release.
• The "Buyer & Cellar" production is at 7:30 tonight in the Empire Arts Center, downtown Grand Forks. $15 general admission, $10 for students and military personnel. Info: empireartscenter.com. • Family Astronomy Night is at 9 tonight at Heritage Village in East Grand Forks. Hosted by the Northern Sky Astronomical Society, guests will view the first quarter moon and the planet Saturn. If it is cloudy, there will be a public program inside the Amundson Classroom building. Free and open to the public. Info: facebook.com/northernskyastro.
Local clipboard 6 COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL UND 3, Clemson 1 CLEMSON, S.C.—A balanced UND offense defeated Clemson of the Atlantic Coast Conference 25-22, 22-25, 25-14, 25-17 on Thursday night. The win marked UND's second-ever victory over a Power 5 school and first since a 3-0 win over Mississippi State on Sept. 18, 2014.
Prep volleyball 6 Thursday's results Fargo Davies 25-25-25, GF Central 8-17-18 Fargo Davies (kills-blocks-service aces)—Kaitlyn Anderson 8-2-0, Madison Langlie 9-3-0, Kenzee Langlie 27 assists, 17 digs, Kylee Bergantine 4-4-2, McKenna Mikkelsen 13 assists, Elise Schumacher 4-3-2 GF Central (kills-blocks-service aces)—Destinee Miller 20 digs, Alyssa Lipsh 6-0-0, Chloe Woinarowicz 4 assists, 3 digs, Taylor White 4-0-0, Korri Gust 3-0-0 GF Red River 27-17-25-15-15, Fargo Shanley 25-25-23-25-11
Attorney recognized by state bar Tracey Laaveg of Park River, N.D., was a recipient of the annual Justice for All Award presented by the State Bar Association of North Dakota during its meeting this summer in Grand Forks. The award recognizes members of the Bar Association who donate their time through providing counsel to those who otherwise cannot afford it. Laaveg had the most service hours of the 11 recipients with 180.4 hours. Altru announces new directors
The United Way of the Greater Grand Forks Area will kick off its 2016 fundraising campaign "Stack the Stage" Tuesday at 11 a.m. in Town Square. Attendees are encouraged to bring donations of nonperishable food items and personal care items. The donations will be distributed to the three major food shelves in Grand Forks and East Grand Forks. Hugo's will serve a free will donation baked potato bar sponsored by Black Gold Farms. For more information on the event, contact Pat Berger at (701) 775-8661 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday's Wellness and Health in the Park event brought more than just free fun to Grand Forks' Lincoln Drive Park. Attendees could learn about military service and proper flag handling from veterans and active members of the military or meet Hunter, a Badlands wild horse now with the Walk by Faith Therapeutic Riding organization.
The Herald's Marilyn Hagerty is attracting online attention for her restaurant reviews again. It's been more than three years since she won over the internet with her just-the-facts review of Olive Garden. Hagerty's recent review of Grand Forks' Buffalo Wild Wings has landed her in the cyber spotlight once again, attracting attention from Food & Wine magazine's FWx, an website aimed at foodie millennials. "America's Nicest Food Critic Just Reviewed Buffalo Wild Wings," according its headline published Thursday.