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BOYS BASKETBALL Tuesday's results North Dakota Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier 43, Barnes Co. North 41 New Town 91, Beach 44 Beulah 55, Mott-Regent 43 Cavalier 72, Kittson Co. Central 38 Fairmount-Campbell-Tintah 61, Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley 59 Turtle Mountain Community 74, Devils Lake 65 Dickinson Trinity 60, Glen Ullin/Hebron 44 Enderlin 82, LaMoure-Litchville/Marion 65 Flasher 71, Mandan JV 63 Finley-Sharon/Hope Page 44, Lisbon 42 Bowman Co. 64, OT, Killdeer 70 Ellendale 67, North Sargent 50 New England 58, Richardton Taylor 47 Harvey-Wells Co.
GIRL'S HOCKEY GF KnightRiders 4, Fargo North 0 FARGO -- Four different players scored goals as Grand Forks defeated Fargo North on Tuesday. "The girls worked real hard," said Grand Forks coach Darin Schumacher. "We did a good job of establishing our forecheck and were able to get a few goals off of it." The KnightRiders received goals from Allison Mulroy, Tori Christian, Brittany Becker and Liz Kratochvil. Junior goaltender Jerrica Rosendahl stopped 21 shots in the shutout. The KnightRiders will host Warroad on Thursday at the Eagles arena.
FOOTBALL UND adds verbal from Wisconsin prep The UND football program gained its 10th known verbal commitment of the recruiting season late Monday with the addition of Adam Stiner, a 6-foot-5 and 270-pound offensive lineman from Verona, Wis. Stiner helped pave the way for an offense that rushed for 2,283 yards on 342 attempts (6.68 yards per carry). UND has two weekends remaining to recruit before the Feb.
Offering "food with a view," Eagles Crest Grill is located off Columbia Road south of the city. The view is King's Walk golf course. It's a popular place for group luncheons and dinners. And its vast stone fireplace in the center of the high ceiling restaurant offers a warm welcome this time of year. On weekends, there are prime rib dinners ($19.99) that have become a draw. Those who frequent Eagles Crest often order the ribeye or sirloin steak dinners ($17.99). Pork loin ribs, walleye and chicken are popular choices.
For Grand Forks Red River, most of their home games involve packing up their equipment and hauling it across town to Purpur Arena. Occasionally, however, the Roughriders get to experience what some might consider a true home game, playing right next door at Eagles Arena. On Tuesday, Red River and Eagles Arena played host to Devils Lake, a team they beat by five in the last meeting between the two in Devils Lake. The result was nearly the same this time around as the Roughriders downed the Firebirds 5-0. "It feels like home," said Red River coach Bill Chase.
Timberwolves 112, Jazz 97: Kevin Love collected 19 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists as visiting Minnesota earned a second straight convincing victory over Utah. The Timberwolves posted a 98-72 triumph on Saturday in the opener of the home-and-home set and had little trouble repeating in the road battle, taking a 34-16 lead after the first quarter and cruising the rest of the way.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Pollution from China travels in large quantities across the Pacific Ocean to the United States, a new study has found, making environmental and health problems unexpected side effects of U.S. demand for cheap China-manufactured goods. On some days, acid rain-inducing sulphate from burning of fossil fuels in China can account for as much as a quarter of sulphate pollution in the western United States, a team of Chinese and American researchers said in the report published by the U.S.
TRENTON, New Jersey (Reuters) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie turned to themes of small but compassionate government and bipartisan cooperation in his second inaugural address on Tuesday, making no mention of the abuse of power charges swirling through his administration. A charismatic and tough-talking fiscal conservative, Christie is widely seen as a Republican contender for the White House in 2016. Although he cruised to re-election in November, Christie has gone on the defensive in recent weeks amid allegations that his top aides orchestrated massive traffic snarls to exact politica
The North Dakota oil speculator implicated in a murder-for-hire plot to kill a Washington state man kept guns and frequented a nearby shooting range despite multiple felony convictions, prosecutors allege. James Henrikson, 34, of Watford City, N.D., was arrested Saturday by federal agents near Bismarck and is being held in lieu of bond.
When churchgoers begin singing the hymn "Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling," it can come as an invitation to renounce the ways of the world and accept Christ's call to a new life. But at The Gathering, a small church that is supported by First United Methodist Church in Fargo, those summoned by such joyful noise can sing with beers in their hands.