CARRINGTON, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The City of Carrington will continue partnering with Foster County to provide assessing services to the community. Mayor Tom Erdmann says the agreement was reached when the state informed them they needed to have at least 80 hours of work for a hired assessor. Erdmann...
In continuing coverage, we have been following various angles regarding the Red River Water Supply Project. When KX News last visited Sykeston landowner, Fred Richter, who is not too excited about the Red River Valley Water Supply Project, he requested that we ask two questions heavy on his mind when I next spoke with Garrison […]
The Valley City Saints got a walkoff win over Carrington in the third place game of the North Dakota State Class AA Amateur Baseball tournament Sunday afternoon at Jack Brown Stadium in Jamestown. It concluded a 2-1 tourney for the Saints as they ended the season with a 9-8 overall record.
A North Dakota woman has been sentenced to life in a federal prison for fatally abusing her 5-year-old foster child. Tammy Longie, of Tokio, earlier pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, child abuse and neglect in the May 2020 death of Raven Thompson. His body was found the basement of Longie's home on the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation.
CARRINGTON, N.D. — Youth learned about the ins and outs — and some of the in-betweens — of cattle and the beef industry during a workshop at the Carrington Research Extension Center. About 15 youth, ages 13 to 18, attended the Aug. 9, 2022, North Dakota State...
FARGO (KVRR-KFGO) – “Tragic and horrifying” – those are the terms the U.S. Attorney Jennifer Puhl used to describe the case of child abuse, neglect, and murder the federal government has been investigating since 2020 — now coming to a close with the sentencing of Tammy Longie, one of two defendants in the case, to life in federal prison.
FARGO, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota woman has been sentenced to life in a federal prison for fatally abusing her 5-year-old foster child. Tammy Longie, of Tokio, earlier pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, child abuse and neglect in the May 2020 death of Raven Thompson. His body was found the basement of Longie’s home on the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation.
CARRINGTON, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The Foster County Soil Conservation District (FCSCD) is sharing information on late summer water quality issues and harmful algal blooms. District Manager Dionn Schaff says rainfall averages are lower than normal this year. Schaff says stagnant water and excess nutrients can cause harmful algal blooms,...
CARRINGTON, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) The Carrington Cardinals Girls Golf team kicked off their season on Tuesday, August 9th in Casselton. The team finished third, top shooters included Junior Kacy Rexin finishing in third place (81) and Freshman Aubrey Neis in ninth place (104). In their second meet of the year in...
JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Recently, several Gavilon Grain silos in Montana and North Dakota were acquired by Columbia Grain International (CGI). This includes the assets and employees of New Rockford, Carrington, Rogers, and Jamestown. Marubeni owns both Gavilon and Columbia Grain and made the decision to divest in the majority of the Gavilon enterprise.
(West Fargo, ND) -- A Sheyenne High School Graduate has been selected by the University of Oklahoma to receive a national scholarship. Graduate Henry Christiansen was selected by the University of Oklahoma to receive their National Merit Scholarship. The scholarship will provide between $500 to $2,000 annually for up to four years of undergraduate study. Henry was announced to be one of the 16,000 semifinalists selected for the National Merit Scholarship Program.
Now in 2022, we know that is not the case, The Red River Valley Water Supply pipeline is set to host intake in the Washburn area, go up through Carrington, and hit some other areas until it reaches its destination in the eastern part of the state.
(KXNET)— In continuing coverage, The Red River Valley Water Supply Project is set to take place and many are not happy. Adrienne Oglesby has been following the story from all sides and has learned more. We took a walk through Sykeston landowner Fred Richter’s land. Growing soybeans, corn, and other crops have been his love […]
August will be a busy month for harvest, starting with small grain, continuing with other cool-season crops, followed by row crops. If dry bean is planned for 2023 following this year’s small grain rotation, an excellent cover crop option that will provide benefits when planted this fall and continue to provide benefits next spring and early summer is winter (cereal) rye.
A Tokio (ND) woman has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of a foster child. The Bureau of Indian Affairs and FBI responded to the home of Erich and Tammy Longie in May 2020 and found a deceased five-year old child in the basement of the home. An autopsy ruled the death to be a homicide. The pathologist observed abrasions and contusions consistent with “multiple episodes of inflicted trauma.”
FARGO, N.D. (KMOT) – The courts have handed down a second life sentence in the death of a foster child on the Spirit Lake Reservation in May 2020. Federal prosecutors said Tammy Longie, of Tokio, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder within Indian country, as well as three counts of child abuse in Indian country, and child neglect in Indian country.
A Sheyenne, North Dakota man is dead following an ATV accident early Saturday morning in Eddy County. According to the North Dakota Highway Patrol, 60 year old Keith Drake was killed when the northbound 2013 Can-Am Outlander he was driving struck a parked commercial motor vehicle on 2nd Street North. Drake was ejected, and was pronounced deceased at CHI St. Alexius Hospital in Carrington.
A 60-year old Carrington (ND) man was killed when he crashed his Off-Road vehicle into a parked commercial vehicle on Saturday. The North Dakota Patrol says Keith Drake was driving on a gravel road in Sheyenne around 2:30 a.m. He was ejected during the crash and died at St. Alexius Hospital in Carrington. Drake was not wearing a helmet.
EDDY COUNTY, N.D. (KFGO) – Authorities say 60-year-old Keith Drake Of Sheyenne, North Dakota died following an ATV crash in Eddy County. The crash happened early Saturday morning just before 2:30 in Sheyenne. The State Patrol says Drake was driving his ATV on a gravel road when he hit...