Herald Staff Report
The Lions Christmas in the Park is from 5:30 to 10 p.m. through Dec. 31 in Lincoln Park, Grand Forks. Cost is $5 per car, $10 per limousine and $20 per bus. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Britton Transport has donated trucking services this year to haul wreaths to Mandan and Arlington, Va. The wreaths were placed on the graves of fallen soldiers at the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery and Arlington National Cemetery during a wreath-laying ceremony Dec. 17. American Crystal Sugar has awarded the Crookston Area Senior Association Golden Link Senior Center with a donation of $5,000. The donation will go toward the purchase of a new dishwasher, a needed addition to the organization.
Boys basketball 6 Thursday’s results Fargo North 76, Fargo South 50 Bismarck 80, Turtle Mountain 44 Bismarck Legacy 52, Jamestown 33 Bismarck St. Mary’s 73, Williston 57 Griggs County Central 63, Barnes County North 61 Bottineau 74, Rolette-Wolford 60 Dunseith 91, Mandaree 75
Boys basketball 6 Thursday's results Fargo North 76, Fargo South 50 Bismarck 80, Turtle Mountain 44 Bismarck Legacy 52, Jamestown 33 Bismarck St. Mary's 73, Williston 57 Griggs County Central 63, Barnes County North 61 Bottineau 74, Rolette-Wolford 60 Dunseith 91, Mandaree 75 Rugby 74, Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 48 Hazen 72, Bowman County 63, OT Milnor-North Sargent 73, Lisbon 48 Wyndmere-Lidgerwood 53, Waubay, S.D., 39 Minnesota Hawley 72, Verndale 59
East Grand Forks Senior High outscored Grand Forks Central 21-7 in the final 6:33 to rally to a 68-61 boys high school basketball win Thursday at Senior High. Christian Dugan's 19 points led the Green Wave, with Julian Benson adding 15 points and Aaron Havis 13. Debyn Johnson had a game-high 20 to pace Central, with Jacob Ohnstad adding 16.
A 17-year-old Grand Forks youth was injured in a three-vehicle crash on South Washington Street at 5:50 Thursday night. According to police accident report, 37-year-old Lisa Kelsey, Grand Forks, was traveling south in a 2015 Nissan Rogue when she made a left turn onto 17th Avenue South and was struck by a northbound 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix driven by a 23-year-old Grand Forks resident. The collision pushed the Nissan into a 2013 Chrysler minivan, which stopped facing west on 17th.
SkySkopes, a provider of drone services, will expand its North Dakota operations to Minot. “Minot represents a military-friendly community and is the perfect staging location for flight operations in western North Dakota,” said SkySkopes President and CEO Matt Dunlevy. SkySkopes specializes in aerial inspection of energy infrastructure, including equipment used by companies in the Oil Patch.
SAN DIEGO, Calif.—Coach Travis Brewster had to wait for his Christmas present from his team, but they delivered it late Wednesday night. The UND women's basketball team rallied from an 11-point deficit in the second half and a 10-point deficit with 5:10 left in the game to beat San Diego 65-61 in the last game before Christmas break. The Fighting Hawks used a late 9-0 run to erase the deficit and beat the Toreros.
DEVILS LAKE—Devils Lake residents who have initiated a petition to abolish the city's ban on pit bulls say they have more than half of the signatures needed to put it to a public vote. Daisha Azure made the announcement Wednesday on a Facebook page named after her pet grooming business, Pretty Paws. They need 444 signatures—15 percent of the number of people who voted in the last gubernatorial election.
Boys basketball 6 Tuesday’s results Park Rapids 40, Bagley 38 Perham 70, Barnesville 36 Pelican Rapids 74, Wadena-Deer Creek 71 Breckenridge 84, Enderlin 53 Menagha 69, Frazee 32 Kelliher-Northome 75, Clearbrook-Gonvi