May 17, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Athletes strive for their best times

PRA boys and girls finish third overall

Track and field athletes traveled to Cushman Field in Grand Forks on Monday to compete in the Last Chance Meet for the 2017 season.  Park River Area (PRA) girls finished third overall with a score of 53 while the boys took third after scoring a More...

PR-F-L, Grafton hold on for close region game

Spoilers cut lead to one with homerun in sixth inning

The Grafton Spoilers baseball team hosted a Region 4 game against the Park River-Fordville- Lankin (PR-F-L) Aggies on Monday at Harris Halliday Field.  More...

Blue Knights surpass Mustangs

D-ST-V-E outhits M-M in Minto

The Midway-Minto (M-M) Mustangs baseball team hosted a Region 4 game against the Drayton-St. More...

Administrative rules hearing set

Game and Fish to host on June 15 in Bismarck

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will hold a public hearing to address proposed rule changes to North Dakota Administrative Code Title 30. More...

Who's on first

Grafton junior Andrew Schaan smiles for the camera with an Aggie huddle in the background after reaching first base in a game against PR-F-L Monday on Harris Halliday Field in Grafton.   More...

Lady Spoilers battle Burros at home

Grafton takes three-run lead in second inning

The Grafton Spoilers fastpitch team hosted an East Region game against the Hillsboro- Central Valley (H-CV) Burros in Grafton on Monday afternoon.  The Lady Spoilers dominated the second inning with seven runs to take a four-run lead and held on More...

How to protect from ticks

Dangers and preventive measures

With spring and warmer weather among us, so are the yearly concerns about ticks and the dangers associated with the crawly creatures.  As anybody who has lived in North Dakota for a number of years knows, ticks are usually found in heavily woode More...

Track and field state qualifiers

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Leave baby animals alone, watch for deer

Young animals often left secluded for protection

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department emphasizes a simple message to well-intentioned humans who want to pick up and rescue what appear to be orphaned baby animals this time of year – don’t touch them. More...


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