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Devils Lake man dies after bicycle-car crash

The North Dakota Highway Patrol said Wade Vetter, 53, died Saturday in a Minot hospital from injuries sustained in the July 9 accident in Devils Lake.Vetter, riding a bicycle with a gas motor attached, crashed into a car on U.S. Highway 2 and 5th Avenue SE in the city of Devils Lake. According to a

MINOT DAILY NEWS

Man dies from injuries suffered in motorized bike-car crash

The North Dakota Highway Patrol says 53-year-old Wade Vetter, of Devils Lake, died Saturday in a Minot hospital.

BISMARCK TRIBUNE

Walleye fishing remains good on Lake of the Woods, Look deeper...

Walleyes have the feed bags on, and fishing has been good, Lake of the Woods Tourism reported in its weekly update. Drifting or trolling spinners and crawlers or trolling crankbaits in the basin of Big Traverse Bay in 26 feet to 34 feet of water has yielded the best results. Anglers have found fish

GRAND FORKS HERALD - 2018-07-19 18:48:49

Heitkamp Hosts Small Business Discussion with Local Leaders in Devils Lake

DEVILS LAKE, N.D -U.S. SenatorHeidi Heitkamp, a member of theU.S. SenateCommittee onSmall Businessand Entrepreneurship, hosted a discussion with community leaders and entrepreneurs about issues facing local startup businesses and her work to support small businesses in rural communities.

RADIO EGYPT

Fishing Hall of Fame inductees worthy of recognition

Ash and Candle, both of Devils Lake and members of the Dakota Anglers Fishing Club of Jamestown, were singled out for induction because of their dedication to the sport. Whether it is teaching a kid how to rig a slip bobber to enhancing fishing opportunities or preserving fisheries, such important w

MINOT DAILY NEWS - 2018-07-21 00:00:00

North Dakota is jungle for juneberries, but make haste

If you can get your hands on Fred Sharbono’s juneberry cobbler, better snag a piece.“It goes pretty fast at the church potlucks,” the Grahams Island landowner said.He’s picked juneberries for 45 years on the island in Devils Lake, but serious flooding took many of his good trees underwater. Still, h

BISMARCK TRIBUNE - 2018-07-20 17:15:00

Where do officers turn for help after traumatic events?

The Grand Forks Police Department responded to all of those cases in a little over two months. Lt. Derik Zimmel, who has been with the Police Department for 20 years, said he couldn't recall a streak of violent, high-profile cases in such a short span of time."We're kind of seeing a little bit of a

GRAND FORKS HERALD

Asinine constitutional proposal on the ballot

“Every citizen of the United States, who has attained the age of eighteen years and who is a North Dakota resident, shall be a qualified elector.”

MINOT DAILY NEWS

Three businesses open in former Hirsch Floral

Bakken Auto Spa moved into the fourth unit of the 100 First St. N.E. building in Mandan that used to house Hirsch Floral.Owner Robert Rodriguez offers cleaning and detailing of vehicle interiors and exteriors, as well as paint corrections, headlight and vinyl restoration, odor removal and protective

BISMARCK TRIBUNE

‘Iconic’ orchid is secret of N.D.’s Sheyenne National Grassland

Drivers flying by on the road near Lisbon probably don’t know there’s a treasure in the ditch.No, it’s not the money Steve Buscemi buried in “Fargo.” It’s the western prairie fringed orchid, a species listed as threatened, or likely to become endangered, by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.Earlier i

BISMARCK TRIBUNE

Officials identify man killed by Devils Lake police officer

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HERALDCOURIER.COM

Bergstrom Cars presents van to Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue

Submitted Photo Jodie Longie of Marketplace Ford, Keith Benning, shelter manager of Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue, Jeremy Devier of Bergstrom Cars, Frank Black Cloud of Lake Toyota and Cody Coleman of Lake Chevrolet Buick GMC are shown when a van was presented to the animal shelter on Tuesday.

MINOT DAILY NEWS

Motorcycle deaths begin summer rise

Brian Webb, of Fargo, rides through a training course during the North Dakota Motorcycle Safety Program class in West Fargo in 2015.ASSOCIATED PRESS

BISMARCK TRIBUNE

Neighbors, friends speak out after Devils Lake officer-involved...

Gun shots ring out through a Devils Lake trailer court."Our kids could've been in the line of fire possibly," Neighbor Michael Green said.And neighbors are worried for their families."The thought of it happening is just kind of scary,” Green said. “You know, especially with how many kids are running

GRAND FORKS HERALD

Summer storm topples hundreds of trees in New Rockford

"All around New Rockford you'll see trees snapped in half like twigs. Neighbors tell me it could be weeks before they clean up this massive mess."A violent storm woke Samantha Pfeiffer's family up early Sunday morning."More damage than I've ever seen here in my entire life,” said resident, Samantha

WDAZ

Stories of the Old West

The center brings in visitors from Minot, Williston, Medora area and many other communities as well as beyond North Dakota’s borders.“They’re from all over,”said Becky Scheef, executive assistant of the N.D. Cowboy Hall of Fame.

MINOT DAILY NEWS

Murray leads Post 14 past Devils Lake

Murray pitched seven innings of one-run, four-hit ball as Post 14 defeated Devils Lake 4-1 during the American Legion Baseball Phil Brown Classic at Jack Brown Stadium. Post 14 fell 4-0 to Carrington to end day 1 and will play West Fargo today at 5:45 p.m."I have a lot of confidence with Drew on the

JAMESTOWN SUN

Dakota Briefs - July 8

The North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation is handling the case. The officer involved, who has not been identified, was put on paid administrative leave. Knowski said the department is leaving the decision to release the name of the officer up to the Ramsey County State’s Attorney’s Office.

BISMARCK TRIBUNE

One dead in officer-involved shooting in Devils Lake

WDAY-TV learned from police that it happened around 4:30 p.m. Thursday.Officers responded to a call about a suspicious person.Police said when they found the suspect there was a struggle that ended with the officer's gun being fired.The suspect died as a result of the shooting.The officer involved i

INFORUM

Authorities identify man shot by Devils Lake Police officer

The incident occurred around 4:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon. Officers were responding to a call about a suspicious person, the department said in a press release.Devils Lake Police Chief Joe Knowski said the department had received multiple 911 calls about a man who was “running through the trailer co

GRAND FORKS HERALD