Bottineau County, ND

Name released in deadly crash in Bottineau County

BOTTINEAU, N.D. (KFGO) – The State Patrol has released the name of a man who died in a rollover in Bottineau County in northern North Dakota early Wednesday morning. The State Patrol said Dylan O’Brien, 28, of Maxbass lost control of the pickup he was driving and drove into a ditch where the pickup rolled. O’Brien died at the scene.
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Man dies in pickup rollover in northern North Dakota

BOTTINEAU, N.D. (KFGO) – The North Dakota Highway Patrol says a driver was killed in a rollover crash in Bottineau County at about 1:30 a.m. Wed. The 28-year-old driver from Maxbass lost control of his pickup, entered a ditch, and crashed. He was unstrained and was ejected from the...
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Names released in fatal Bottineau county crash

(Maxbass, ND) -- One man is dead following a rollover crash in Bottineau county. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says the driver, 28-year-old Maxbass resident Dylan Obrien, was driving his vehicle westbound on 90th St NW, when he lost control. The car entered the south ditch, rolled, and ejected the Obrien. Investigations say the driver was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash. Obrien was pronounced dead at the scene.

Bottineau Memorial Day Parade gives a sense of pride

A parade was held in Bottineau today to honor service members who died during service. The Bottineau County Veterans Memorial Day Parade started at 10 a.m. at the Bottineau County Veterans Memorial Hall. There was a brief stop and presentation in front of St. Mark’s Catholic church. Various community...
Faribault County Register

Carrol O. Sanderson, 92

Rochester – Carrol Odell Olson Sanderson was born on Nov. 4, 1929, in Bottineau County, North Dakota. On Jan. 18, 2022, she entered into the arms of Jesus. She was 92. Carrol was the daughter of Oscar and Clara Olson. She attended school in Souris, North Dakota, and graduated from high school in 1947. From there she attended Concordia College in Moorhead, where she met her future husband, Orville Sanderson. In 1951 she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work and Education. That summer she married Orville at Trinity Lutheran Church in Souris, North Dakota. Her new husband went on to attend Luther Seminary in St. Paul, where they made their first home. During this time, Carrol worked as a parish worker in St. Paul.