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Officials lay out options to fix Devils Lake outlet leak
Cando, N.D., lawyer Bruce Gibbens, who is representing some landowners in the matter, made a presentation to the state Water Commission on June 15."It isn't the natural high water table that's causing the problem here, it's leakage from that outlet that's causing damage to their property outside of
Man injured in rollover accident near Devils Lake
Dennis Clemenson, 69, was driving a 2003 GMC Sierra west on 48th Street Northeast, about 2 miles east of Devils Lake, around 2 p.m. and veered into the ditch. The car hit a road approach and flipped.
Fort Totten man serving life for 2016 slaying loses appeal
Dallas Thundershield was convicted of fatally stabbing 52-year-old Richard DeMarce in the heart on April 9, 2016, and critically injuring another man. Authorities said he used his vehicle, his booted foot and a knife as weapons during a fight.
Our view: This is not fake news
In Mayville, the Riverwood Addition development site is nearly sold out as more people build homes there. That news was on the front page of the Traill County Tribune.The Devils Lake Journal noted the local Sons of Norway lodge recently won a statewide award, and the Walsh County Press reported that
Public Hearings Set for Swine Operation
The North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) has received an application from Grand Prairie Agriculture, LLP for a swine operation. As proposed, the facility will house a maximum of 2,499 sows and be located in Ramsey County, about 10 miles west of the City of Devils Lake, ND.
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS/ DOUG LEIER: New signs emphasize importance...
The message the signs impart is simple: "Fish Responsibly. Only Keep What You Will Use. Fish Are Too Valuable To Waste."Game and Fish put signs into place at some of the state's higher-use boat ramps on the Missouri River System, Devils Lake and elsewhere."The message is intended to get anglers to t
Road to recovery: Addiction rehabilitation center coming to Fort...
"Our youth are having lots of problems with drugs and alcohol,” said Tribe Elder, Joe Lawrence Sr.Addiction Is something Joe Lawrence Senior knows all too well.The tribe helped him get clean 20 years ago."I first came involved with this project, with the program. I was an alcohol addict. Alcoholic.
Mobile Food Pantry coming to Carrington, New Rockford
Great Plains Food Bank Mobile Food Pantry program will have trucks with fresh vegetables, meat, bakery items and boxed goods in the communities of Carrington, New Rockford and Sheyenne on Thursday, Aug. 30. Anyone in need of food assistance in each town or neighboring communities are welcome to atte
'Families helping families'
Gov. Doug Burgum joined with Cankdeska Cikana Community College President Cynthia Lindquist and Tami Reller, with UnitedHealth, for a ceremonial groundbreaking for the renovation of a former group home into a 15-bed residential substance-abuse treatment center for adults in the Spirit Lake Dakota co
State asks to continue trial in civil suit against North Central Human Services
Lister, a practicing Rastafarian, filed suit after the baby was returned to her. The baby was born in April 2015 at Trinity Hospital with marijuana in her system. Use of marijuana is a legally protected religious practice for Rastafarians. Social Services had also alleged that the baby tested positi
OFF AND RUNNING: Hounds open AA state tournament with victor...
Jamestown's Kohl Kratz (1), playing second base for Fairview (Mont.), is unable to corral the ball as the Greyhounds' Danny Fischer (36) slides in safely Thursday at Jack Brown Stadium. John M. Steiner / The Sun
Renewable energy rally to be held at state Capitol
The Lakota People’s Law Project and the Dem-NPL Renewable Energy Caucus will host a renewable energy rally at the state Capitol building in Bismarck from 1:30 to 6:15 p.m Sunday to talk about sustainability, food security, sovereignty and economic prosperity.
Authorities identify victim of Devils Lake boating mishap
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Police identify man who drowned in Devils Lake
Chrisholm, 64, had tried to launch his boat into Six-Mile Bay but it was pulled onto the lake by wind, Nelson said. He swam out toward the boat and tried to catch it but he went under.Nelson said it's likely he became tired and couldn't swim any longer. He estimates Chrisholm was about 100 yards out
Name released of man who died in boating incident on Devils Lake
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. (Valley News Live) -UPDATE: The man who died in a boating mishap on Devils Lake has been identified as 64-year-old Daniel Chrisholm.ORIGINAL STORY: A 64-year-old man from Grand Forks has been pronounced dead after being pulled from Devils Lake.It happened Monday afternoon around 4:
Devils Lake drowning victim identified
DEVILS LAKE, ND (KFGO) - The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office has released the name of a Grand Forks man who drowned Monday afternoon on Devils Lake.He was 64-year-old Daniel Chrisholm.Chrisholm swam after his boat that had drifted off the trailer as he was putting it in the lake. He was about a 100 y
Grand Forks man drowns swimming after boat on Devils Lake
The 64-year-old died Monday afternoon at CHI St. Alexius Health, Ramsey County Sheriff Steve Nelson said. The man, whose name is being withheld pending notification of family, was trying launch his boat into Six-Mile Bay when the wind pulled the watercraft out onto the lake, Nelson said.
Man dead after incident on Devils Lake
Devils Lake, N.D. (Valley News Live)The Ramsey County Sheriff's Department has confirmed a man died on Devils Lake.The Sheriff's office says it happened sometime Monday, Aug. 6.No other information was released.Stay with Valley News Live as we continue to investigate.
Devils Lake to vote on scaled-back school expansion project
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. (AP) — People in the Devils Lake School District will vote Oct. 2 on a scaled-back high school expansion project.Voters in March 2017 rejected a proposal to build a $9 million fine arts center on the high school campus. Fifty-three percent of voters favored issuing bonds for the pr
North Dakota man, 64, drowns while launching boat on Devils ...
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. -- A Grand Forks man has drowned while unloading his boat on Devils Lake, law enforcement said Tuesday, Aug. 7.