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911 Center tells Devils Lake-area residents to lock doors after...

A text message from the Lake Region 911 Center was sent shortly before midnight Friday warning residents that three individuals had fled a vehicle pursuit, possibly on foot."Lock all doors and call if you see anyone or anything suspicious," the alert said.Devils Lake-area law enforcement declined to


Rider injured in motorcycle crash in Grand Forks County

Cole David Cavanaugh, 23, was taken to Altru Hospital in Grand Forks after he crashed a 2007 Suzuki GSXR750 about 5 miles north of Niagara. He was northbound at 5:05 p.m. on North Dakota Highway 32 when a gust of wind blew the motorcycle onto loose gravel on the east shoulder of the road, according


Whopper walleye breaks state's longest-standing fish record

Many anglers believed that wasn't the true record — that Chapman didn't catch the fish but instead found it dead. His son, Blair Chapman Jr., in the past has publicly said that the fish was found dead. The family told The Associated Press in 2014 that it was no longer interested in discussing the st

BISMARCK TRIBUNE - 2018-05-21 14:52:22

OUTDOORS NOTEBOOK: Injury-related infection likely caused white...

A lesion on the side of a white bass caught recently on Devils Lake likely resulted from an injury that became infected, the Game and Fish Department said. No additional testing or lab cultures are planned unless more fish show up with similar lesions. (Photo/ Todd Caspers, North Dakota Game and Fis


Balcaen, Omdahl capture wins at DLS

It was the NLRA season-opener and Balcaen led the majority of the race as he held off a late charge from Dustin Strand.Balcaen has been racing late models for more than 30 seasons. He's won more than 200 features and various championships—including six NLRA series titles.He drove his No. 10 late mod

GRAND FORKS HERALD - 2018-05-21 18:26:41

Langdon-Edmore-Munich's Chase Peebles halts string of near m...

Thompson junior Izzy Shirek clears the high jump bar during the NE Region Meet at Lein Field in Larimore, N.D. on Saturday, May 19, 2018. Shirek placed second in the event. Nick Nelson / Grand Forks Herald

GRAND FORKS HERALD - 2018-05-20 02:25:39

DOT awards 2018-20 contract to SkyWest

The Jamestown Regional Airport Authority discussed the EAS contract award at its meeting Wednesday.This is the third time the DOT has given SkyWest Airlines the EAS contract for Jamestown and Devils Lake regional airports. The contract's terms are SkyWest Airlines, using United Express' 50-set jet a


Ramsey County declares open burn ban

As a visitor to the Ramsey County Commission meeting on Tuesday, May 15, Lee Gessner was representing the Devils Lake Rural Fire Department.


After 68 years, Tom’s Barber Shop prepares to say goodbye

Tom’s Barber Shop opened in Minot in 1956. Owner and barber, Tom Plemel, started his career as a barber in 1950 after deciding to get away from the farm life. Growing up on a farm near Starkweather, Plemel was often sick due too asthma. This led him quickly to decide the farm life wasn’t for him, so


Daily Edge for Fri. May 18

MAKE A RUN. When tangling with hard running fish, be they bass, pike, muskies or large trout, managing specific aspects of the battle and being cognizant of advanced techniques can help land those fish who put your equipment and skills to the test. We share those tips in today’s Three Things.


Descendants of Lakota warrior Crazy Horse aim to set the record straight

FARGO – Crazy Horse is remembered as an uncompromising Lakota warrior who never signed a treaty and who played a leading role in the stunning defeat of Lt. Col. George Custer at the Battle of the Little Bighorn.He refused to be photographed, but his likeness is being carved on a mammoth scale in a m


The most popular car in every state

IntroBuying a car is a major financial decision. You can expect to pay thousands of dollars for even the cheapest new model, and you'll probably be driving it for years to come, so it's important to choose one that you can be happy with—which includes being able to afford the car payment.Before buyi


Outdoor report: Ice disappearing fast on Lake of the Woods as...

Bob Rabbers of Brookston, Minn., holds a channel catfish he caught Tuesday night, July 21, 2015 while fishing the St. Louis River from his home. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)


Why has mother's killer not been arrested?

But the question remains, why her alleged killer has not been charged?“I was a mess, and I still am, and it just continues on and on and on and I don’t understand why they had to take Amanda's life,” said Amanda Engst's Denise Peterson.She was pleading to the judge to sentence 38-year-old Crystal He


Water education foundation to host area tours

The North Dakota Water Education Foundation is hosting the Managing the Mighty Mouse Tour on June 13.The Managing the Mighty Mouse Tour will focus on sites around Minot and the surrounding region, including the Water Treatment Plant/HMGP Floodwall, Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project – Bur


North Dakota woman sentenced in slaying of Minnesota woman

WDAY-TV reports that 38-year-old Crystal Herman, of Bismarck, pleaded guilty in January in the 2015 death of 36-year-old Amanda Engst, who was originally from Breckenridge, Minnesota. She was sentenced Thursday.


Devils Lake and the Lake Region's Young Artists in concert tonight

The North Dakota Chautauqua kicks off this evening (May 9) with the Young Artists Concert 7 p.m. in the Devils Lake High school Commons.The North Dakota Chautauqua kicks off this evening (May 9) with the Young Artists Concert 7 p.m. in the Devils Lake High school Commons.Each year the Young Artist C


Devils Lake man facing DUI charges after late night crash

DEVIlS LAKE, ND -- A Devil's Lake man is facing DUI charges after crashing a vehicle on Saturday, May 5th at 2:15 a.m.


Benson County man accused of setting fire to home, car changes...

MINNEWAUKAN, N.D.—A Warwick, N.D., man accused of setting his home and vehicle on fire in an attempt to collect insurance has changed his plea.


ND student named SADD national student of the year

BISMARCK – A New Rockford-Sheyenne student was named the Students Against Destructive Decisions student of the year on Wednesday, May 9, the North Dakota governor’s office said in a news release.