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UPDATE: CAPTURED HALEY JO HAUGEN DOB: 01/06/1982

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HALEY JO HAUGEN,   Now Known As  Haley Jo Torkelson Probation Violation for Felony 5th Degree Controlled Substance Case No. 57-CR-15-1010 Please notify law enforcement if you know where she is. 218-681-6161.

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Sports Shorts 12.2.16

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(Minneapolis, MN) — Sam Bradford overthrew Kyle Rudolph on a two-point conversion attempt with less than a minute left, and the Cowboys went on to beat the Vikings 17-15 at U.S. Bank Stadium on “Thursday Night Football.” Jerick McKinnon was on the receiving end of a Bradford TD pass with 25 seconds left to pull Minnesota within two before their two-point miss. The Vikings are back at .500, losing six of seven. They’ll travel to Jacksonville a week from Sunday

(Minneapolis, MN) — Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer missed last night’s game against Dallas following emergency eye surgery Wednesday night. Vikings special teams coach Mike Priefer served as interim head coach. The 60-year-old Zimmer had surgery for a torn retina in his right eye on November 1st and had a follow up procedure on November 8th.

(New York, NY) — The Timberwolves and Knicks rematch tonight at Madison Square Garden. The Wolves have dropped three in-a-row after Wednesday’s 106-104 home loss to New York. Minnesota is 5-and-13 on the season. The Knicks are 9-and-9.

(Calgary, Alberta) — The Wild continue their five-game road trip tonight in Calgary against the Flames. Minnesota has lost the first two on the trek in St. Louis and most recently Vancouver on Tuesday. The Wild are now 11-8-and-3 on the season.

(Fargo, ND) — Top-seeded North Dakota State continues its march towards a sixth straight FCS championship tomorrow. The Bison welcome 24th-ranked San Diego to the Fargodome for a second round FCS playoff matchup. This is NDSU’s seventh straight FCS playoff appearance and 30th postseason trip overall.

(Minneapolis, MN) — The Golden Gophers are back on the hardwood tomorrow facing Vanderbilt in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The Gophers are 6-and-1 on the year after Monday’s 75-67 loss at Florida State. Vandy is 4-and-3.

(Grand Forks, ND) — University of North Dakota will host its first FCS playoff game in program history tomorrow. The seven-seeded Fighting Hawks welcome 12-ranked Richmond to Grand Forks. UND went 5-and-0 while playing at home this season.

(Greensboro, NC) — North Dakota State men’s basketball team is back in action tonight at North Carolina A&T. The Bison dropped to 5-and-3 with Tuesday’s 85-55 loss at Xavier. Meanwhile, North Dakota is off the hardwood until next Wednesday.

Summer Landmark Comes Down

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After 77 years making history, it came down this week …

The historic Grand Stand on the Marshall County Fair Grounds in Warren, was demolished Wednesday, with Gowan Construction of Oslo partnering with the Marshall County Fair Board on a project that includes the rebirth of the iconic summer landmark.

The decision to move forward with a new grandstand was made at this month’s meeting of the Marshall County Agricultural Association with final plans on a new structure to be presented to the Marshall County Fair Board December 16th.

The Grand Stand was built in 1939 and fair board members say she has hosted a number of great events, but they say structural concerns and the investment to make repairs could not justify maintaining the existing structure through another fair season.

While board members say they are uncertain a new grandstand will be in place for the 2017 Marshall County Fair, they do promise Grand Stand events will continue next summer – even if that means temporary seating.

Lyle Archibald

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Lyle Roger Archibald, 54, of Greybull, WY, formerly of Grygla, MN passed away Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at Midway Hospital in Greybull, WY.

 Memorial service will be held on Monday, December 5, 2016 at 2:00 PM at Grace Lutheran Church in Grygla, MN with Reverend Vicki Saude-Worthington officiating. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service on Monday at the church.

 Lyle Roger Archibald was born March 8, 1962 son of Edward and Violet (Larson) Archibald at Warren, MN. He was raised and attended school in Grygla, MN graduating in 1980. He went to work with an Uncle in South Carolina for 1 year. He moved to Oklee, MN for a couple of years, then to Greybull, WY in 1982 to be near family.

 In November of 1988 he was united in marriage to Barbra Jean Hart. Born to this union were Mathew in 1989 and Miranda in 1992. Lyle worked for Georgia Pacific where he was employed until the time of his passing. Lyle enjoyed camping, fishing and tinkering on vehicles.

 He is survived by his wife Barb Archibald of Greybull, WY, son Matt (Sharline) Archibald, daughter Miranda Archibald all of Greybull, WY; grandchildren Alissa, Emille, Heather and Wesley; mother Violet Klein of Thief River Falls, MN, brothers Mike Archibald of Thief River Falls and Todd (Cindy) Mork of Thief River Falls, MN sister Bonnie (Brian) Stanley of Grygla, MN; nieces and nephews Cody, Tylor, Anthony, Travis, and Luke; along with several aunts, uncles and cousins.

Lyle is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Fred and Deloris Larson, step-father Leighton Mork and several aunts and uncles.

 

Fabian Appointed Assistant Majority Leader

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Representative Dan Fabian has been appointed one of six Assistant Majority Leaders on the Republican Leadership Team in the upcoming session.

Fabian, from Roseau, was just re-elected to a fourth term and represents the listening area in the Minnesota House.

Last session Fabian served as Majority Caucus Whip, a title that will go to Little Falls Representative Ron Kresha. As far as legislative priorities, Fabian says lawmakers need to address a crisis in health care coverage, including the issue of access.

For the independently insured, without group health care coverage, options for policies in Northwestern Minnesota are few. Policies that are available limit coverage to specific health care networks and come at premiums that can run over $20,000 annually with deductibles of more than $12,000.

The Governor has proposed a plan to write down those premiums by 25%, but still has no agreement with Republican Leadership in the State House and Senate.