Herald Staff Report
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CROOKSTON—Four juveniles were arrested Thursday in Crookston after investigators said they were found in a stolen vehicle, according to a news release. The Polk County Sheriff's Office located the vehicle off the roadway near Fairfax Avenue and U.S. Highway 2, the release said. The children, whose names were not released, were taken to Red River Valley Juvenile Center after investigators discovered the vehicle was reported stolen in Stearns County, the release said.
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North Dakota Game and Fish Department Director Terry Steinwand recently honored a number of employees with performance-based awards. Steinwand presented the following employees with special recognition awards at the department's annual staff meeting Dec. 6: • Levi Jacobson, private land biologist, Bismarck, was recognized for his work ethic and leadership efforts. He is the first Game and Fish employee to participate in the North Dakota Rural Leadership program, an 18-month program offered through North Dakota State University Extension.
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa -- UND’s second-half rally against Northern Iowa came up short Saturday as the Fighting Hawks fell 64-62 to end their nonconference season. UND dropped to 6-7 and now will prepare for its first season in the Summit League.
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GREENBUSH, Minn.—A Roseau woman was injured Friday afternoon after hitting a tree in Roseau County. Heidi Lynn Dahl, 42, was taken to Roseau Hospital for non-life-threatening injuries after her 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora went of Minnesota Highway 32, entered a ditch and struck a tree, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. The crash happened about 1:30 p.m. Friday south of Greenbush. Dahl was wearing her seat belt, and no alcohol was involved. She was the lone person in her vehicle.
A Thief River Falls teenager died Friday after a Thursday evening crash sent her and two others to the hospital.
Three deer taken during the 2018 North Dakota deer gun season have been confirmed positive for chronic wasting disease, the Game and Fish Department confirmed Friday. While two of the positive deer were taken in Unit 3F2, an area of southwest North Dakota known to have CWD, the third was taken from Divide County in deer Unit 3A1 of northwest North Dakota, an area previously considered free of CWD.
EMERADO, N.D.—A high-risk sex offender has moved to Emerado. James Michael Everett, 46, is living at 10 West Court Drive, Apt. A, according to a notification from the Emerado Police Department. He was convicted in July 2005 and was sentenced to a year behind bars in Wisconsin for possessing child pornography. A woman found the porn on a computer when she opened Everett's desktop folders, according to the North Dakota Sex Offender Registry website. She also discovered a chatroom in which Everett discussed trading child porn with another person, the website said.