April 11, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Seventh time's a charm for Miller

Minto native wins national title

He’s been in championships at the bantam level once, high school level three times, junior hockey once and the collegiate level twice.  “It makes me a little more mentally unstable to go through that many losses,” Minto native More...

Stuck indoors

Midway-Minto freshman William Schuster eyes his target before throwing the ball during practice at the Minto school on Tuesday. The Mustangs continue to practice indoors until Pat Mach Field dries up.   More...

Humboldt strong

From the sidelines

On Friday evening, an unimaginable tragedy occurred. Many people’s lives were turned completely upside down. More...

Game and fish sponsors Earth Day project

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is once again celebrating Earth Day by sponsoring clean-up days on publicly owned or managed lands.  With Earth Day recognized April 22, each member of a school, Girl Scout, Boy Scout, 4-H club or youth More...

Clay target league numbers continue to climb in 2018

Walsh County’s season delayed due to weather

A total of 1,403 students from 49 North Dakota high school teams are participating in the North Dakota State High School Clay Target League (NDSHSCTL) 2018 spring trap shooting season, which was set to begin April 1.  There were 908 students on More...

Number one Starz

The Forest River Starz girls basketball team won the ninth grade division of the Grand Am tournament in Grand Forks last weekend. More...


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