Thursday , October 23 2014

Regional Sports Headlines

24/7 News Source (Grand Forks, ND) — North Dakota returns home to host Hockey East preseason favorite Providence Friday and Saturday. The series features third-ranked UND and the fifth-ranked Friars. It is the first time in three years two top-five teams will square off at Ralph Engelstad Arena. (Fargo, ND) — North Dakota State takes it FCS-record 31-game win streak ... Read More »

Cass Lake man sentenced for aiding identity theft

A Cass Lake man was sentenced Tuesday, Oct. 14 in Pennington County District Court for a felony charge of aiding and abetting an identity theft. Two other felony charges were dismissed against Roger Allen Strong Jr., 25. Those charges were aiding and abetting a theft by swindle,and aiding and abetting possession of counterfeit checks. For the former offense, Strong was ... Read More »

Increasing Property Value = Tax Revenue?

With strong employment driving property valuation in the city and the increased value of ag land in the county; City, School District and County finances should be growing exponentially .. right? Well, that would be wrong, because that is not how the local property tax levy works – at least not in Minnesota … While we talk about the local ... Read More »

Celebrate My Drive Campaign

A common sense pledge to keep 2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel … a promise that could pay off big, with the community encouraged to join students at Lincoln High School and make a commitment to safe driving at celebrate my drive dot com … Sponsored by State Farm Insurance and the L.H.S. National Honor Society, ... Read More »

Chris Vixie

Chris Vixie of Newfolden. MN, 48, died Monday October 20, 2014 at the Thief River Care Center, Thief River Falls, MN. Funeral service will be held on Friday, October 24, 2:00 PM at the Evangelical Free Church, Newfolden, MN, with Pastor Gary Barrett officiating. Burial will follow at Oak Grove Cemetery, Newfolden, MN. Visitation will be held on Thursday Oct. ... Read More »

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