Herald Staff Report
An East Grand Forks man was hospitalized after a Sunday evening crash in Grand Forks. The Grand Forks Police Department responded about 6:45 p.m. Sunday to a crash at the intersection of 32nd Avenue South and South 20th Street, according to a news release. Police say a 2008 Ford Escape driven by 23-year-old Ryan Honken was eastbound on 32nd Avenue South when he attempted to make a left turn to head north on South 20th Street when his vehicle struck a 2011 Toyota Camry traveling westbound on 32nd Avenue.
EAST GRAND FORKS—A two-car crash on U.S. Highway 2 sent a Grafton, N.D., woman to the hospital Friday night. A Chevrolet Cobalt driven by Sanjuana Martinez, 52, of Grafton, was eastbound on Highway 2, attempting to turn left onto Minnesota Highway 220 in East Grand Forks when it was struck by a 2008 Ford Focus traveling west on Highway 2 about 10:40 p.m. Friday. Martinez was taken to Altru Hospital for non-life threatening injuries. The driver of the Ford, 36-year-old Kevin Fuglseth, of Grand Forks, was not injured in the crash, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
• UND has announced the fall Dean's List: Adams, N.D.: Diana Bata, Alexandra Rose. Buxton, N.D.: Arianna Bray. Cavalier, N.D.: Deane Bjornson, Bethany Brumbaugh, Ryan Chrest, Amanda Menzies. Cummings, N.D.: Ryan Mooney. Devils Lake: Quinn Dalziel, Alexa Gathman, Jesse Kerlin, Rachel Lysne, Blair Roemmich, Jessie Zimmer. Edinburg, N.D.: Abbie Sondeland. Finley, N.D.: Rachel Jacobson. Fordville, N.D.: Mariah Dalbey. Grafton, N.D.: Enrique Balderas IV, Miranda Dusek, Megan Janikowski, Stephanie Johnson, Sydney Johnson, Sami Swartz.
An evening crash sent one Grand Forks resident to the hospital and landed another a citation Thursday. The Grand Forks Police Department responded at approximately 9:05 Thursday night to the intersection of 32nd Avenue South and South 34th Street to a crash involving a 2000 Volkswagen Beetle and a 2012 Toyota Corolla, according to a press release. Police say the Beetle, driven by 22-year-old Beret Ramstad-Skoyles was westbound on 32nd Ave and turned south onto 34th Street when it struck the eastbound Corolla driven by 19-year-old Sulekha Nur.
A two-vehicle collision sent one person to Altru Hospital with unknown conditions Thursday night, according to Grand Forks Police. The incident happened around 10 p.m. at the intersection of 32nd Avenue South and South 34th Street. A Toyota Corolla and a Volkswagen Beetle both sustained front-end damage, and the Beetle's airbags were deployed. Eastbound lanes of 32nd Avenue South were closed as the scene was assessed and the vehicles were towed away. No further information was available.
CHENEY, Wash.—The UND women's basketball team has now won 12 consecutive road games in Big Sky Conference play. Makailah Dyer and Samantha Roscoe each scored 19 points to lead the Fighting Hawks to a 75-71 win over Eastern Washington at Reese Court on Thursday night. Jill Morton added 11 points and three assists, while Leah Szabla had nine points and three assists. UND improved to 16-7 overall and 11-1 in Big Sky play, while EWU dropped to 13-10 and 8-3. The Eagles were led by 19 points from Delaney Hodgins.
Has your love stood the test of time but never made to the altar? Did you say ‘I do’ decades ago and never looked back? Not every couple shows commitment with rings and wedding bells. The Herald wants to hear from longtime couples who have never married and married couples on their decisions on whether to tie the knot or not. Email your story at email@example.com with the subject “marriage.”
Forx Builders announces board of directors Forx Builders has announced members of its 2017 Board of Directors. Jennifer Johnson was named president. Additional executive officers include Keith Ostlund as vice president and Rob Johnson as secretary treasurer. Other installations include Brett Thoreson, Nate Applegren, Jeff Vonasek, Aaron Rosten and Chip Shea. Northwest Minnesota Foundation announces board
Those looking for dates for Valentine's Day might want to take a road trip south, according to the website WalletHub. That site, a prolific producer of online lists based in data-crunching, ranked Minnesota and North Dakota 14th and 15th, respectively, among the best and worst states for singles. South Dakota, however, comes in in the fifth spot, between romantic hot spots Montana and Texas.
WILLIAMS, Minn.—Four people were injured Tuesday near Lake of the Woods in two separate crashes caused by a storm that moved through the region.