Pair Sentenced to 42 Months in Prison for Cocaine Conspiracy Conviction
Jose Solano, 53, and Andrew Wilson, 49, were sentenced by Chief District Judge Robert Molloy to 42 months incarceration after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine, United States Attorney Delia L. Smith announced Friday. According to court documents, on Oct. 13, 2021, a Drug Enforcement...
Cavalier, North Dakota: A Tapestry of History, Culture, and Community Spirit
In the heart of the American Midwest lies Cavalier, North Dakota, a city that embodies the historical and cultural essence of the region. Established in the late 19th century and named after the pioneering Charles T. Cavileer, Cavalier has grown from a fur trading center into a vibrant agricultural hub. Its strategic importance is highlighted by the Cavalier Air Force Station, while events like the Motorcycle Ride In and Off The Charts Music Festival celebrate the community's lively spirit.
New ancient aquatic animal found in North Dakota
BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - North Dakota is known for having plenty of fossils, and paleontologists in the state just identified a new one. “It’s not a dinosaur the dinosaurs were all on land. And this thing was swimming around in the ocean and it was one of the top predators at that time,” said Clint Boyd, senior paleontologist with the North Dakota Geological Society.
Shooting on St. Thomas Leaves Woman With Multiple Gunshot Wounds
When a woman parked her car at home Monday, a man allegedly approached her with a gun and fired multiple shots at her, the V.I. Police Department reported. At approximately 9:55 p.m. on Monday, the Patrol Division and Criminal Investigation Bureau on St. Thomas were dispatched to the Schneider Regional Medical Center regarding an assault, according to the police report.
Today the gas price is close to $2.99 in Grafton as of 2023-12-02. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Saturday is $3.247, a week ago the price is $3.259 , according to AAA.
Carrington Girls Basketball Upsets No. 3 Grafton Spoilers
GRAFTON, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) The Carrington Cardinals and Grafton Spoilers played their first ever Class A Region 2 girls basketball contest on Friday night, Carrington defeats the number three team in the state by eight points, 57-49. Carrington is now 2-0 overall, 1-0 in Region 2, Grafton falls to 1-2 overall and 0-1 in Region 2.
Fire Engulfs Two-Story House in Grafton, North Dakota; No Injuries Reported
A devastating fire completely destroyed a two-story house in Grafton, North Dakota. Firefighters battled the blaze for three hours, but the house is considered a total loss. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. Thankfully, no injuries were reported.
Echoes of the Past: The Haunting Allure of Concrete, North Dakota
In the heart of North Dakota's prairies, the town of Concrete stands as a silent witness to history, its deserted streets and crumbling structures offering a haunting glimpse into an America that once was. Birthed from the ambitions of the Pembina Portland Cement Co., Concrete was poised for prosperity with its cement mines and vital railway connections. Yet, the dreams of economic boom quickly dissipated, leaving behind a ghost town that beckons historians and adventurers alike to explore its eerie allure.
Crystal City Hall: A Beacon of Heritage and Unity in Minnesota
In the quaint city of Crystal, Minnesota, the Historic Crystal City Hall emerges as a symbol of the community's lasting heritage and unity. Erected in 1891, this storied building has been at the forefront of Crystal's societal and civic events for well over a century, tracing its roots back to when the area was known as Crystal Lake Township. Serving as the administrative hub until 1951 and later as a council meeting venue until 1958, its walls have absorbed the echoes of Crystal's formative years and its steadfast progression.
Gardar Township Hall: Preserving the Heart of Rural Heritage
In the serene landscape of Northeast North Dakota, the Gardar Township Hall's storied walls narrate tales of a vibrant past. Established in 1898, this emblem of rural life has been a focal point for generations, hosting everything from energetic basketball games to community dances. Once the pride of the Gardar Grizzlies and the beating heart of local gatherings, the hall faced the brink of loss but was revived through the passionate efforts of residents who cherished its historical significance.
St. Thomas earns 66-51 win over Western Michigan
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — Parker Bjorklund scored 22 points as St. Thomas beat Western Michigan 66-51 on Friday night. Bjorklund shot 7 for 12 (3 for 6 from 3-point range) and 5 of 5 from the free throw line for the Tommies (4-4). Ben Nau scored 11 points while shooting 3 for 8 from beyond the arc. Raheem Anthony had nine points and was 3 of 10 shooting, including 1 for 3 from 3-point range, and went 2 for 4 from the line.
Celebrating Unity and Heritage: The Vibrant Festivals of Adams Community
The Adams community has a long-standing tradition of weaving social and cultural fabric through vibrant annual festivals. The Adams Avenue Street Fair, a beacon of local music and cultural expression, is an embodiment of the community's diverse artistry and entrepreneurial flair. For over 40 years, this event, alongside the historic Adams County Fair, has been pivotal in fostering social bonds and celebrating the area's rich heritage. These festivals are not mere gatherings; they are symbols of resilience, adaptability, and the community's unwavering commitment to unity and joy.
Cops Continue To Search For Armed Former Firefighter Wanted For Attempted Murder
CHRISTIANSTED — Police continue to search for an armed former firefighter who is wanted for attempted murder on St. Croix. Joseph Greaux, 39, of St. Thomas, is wanted for attempted murder and assault, the Virgin Islands Police Department said. The case began when an adult female reported to 911...
Advancing the Frontier of Missile Defense: U.S. Innovations and Strategies
The United States has been on the forefront of missile defense since the post-World War II era, investing in technologies to counter ballistic missile threats. Historical programs like Nike-Zeus and Safeguard, and the ambitious Strategic Defense Initiative ('Star Wars'), have set the stage for current advancements. These efforts have culminated in today’s sophisticated systems, such as the Ground-Based Midcourse Defense (GMD) and initiatives by the Missile Defense Agency (MDA), showcasing a relentless pursuit to fortify national security against diverse threats.
PIRATE GIRLS BASKETBALL LAST-SECOND SHOT BLOCKED IN LOSS TO #3 RANKED GRAFTON
The Crookston Pirate Girls Basketball team had a three-point shot late in the game partially blocked, and the #3 ranked Grafton Spoilers held on for a 47-45 victory in the season-opener for both teams at the Grafton High School Gymnasium. FIRST QUARTER – — Crookston started the game playing solid...
North Dakota High School Boys Basketball Schedule, Live Streams in Pembina County Today - November 26
Mark your calendars for the high school basketball action happening in Pembina County, North Dakota today. For a complete list of the local high school games and how to watch them, keep scrolling. Follow high school basketball this season on the NFHS Network! Keep tabs on your family or alma...
Hamilton, North Dakota: A Journey Through a Forgotten Town
Nestled in the expansive plains of North Dakota lies the once-thriving city of Hamilton, now a haunting echo of its prosperous past. Founded in 1882 and reaching a population of over 200 by the 1920s, Hamilton was a bustling hub tethered to the lifeblood of the railroad. Yet, as time marched on, the town's vibrancy faded, leaving behind a population of just 43 by 2023. The ghost town, with its historic The Bank of Hamilton and the long-standing Pembina County Fair, stands as a somber testament to the impermanence of boomtowns.
Echoes of Progress: The Hoople Historic Railroad Depot
Nestled in the quaint town of Hoople, the Historic Railroad Depot stands as a testament to the bygone era of steam engines and iron tracks. Erected in the early 20th century, the depot was more than just a building; it was the pulsating heart of the town, contributing significantly to its growth and development. Serving as a crucial juncture for commerce and travel, it connected Hoople to distant markets and cultures, ushering in a period of prosperity that is still celebrated today.
Bathgate, ND: A Historical Postal Hub in America's Heartland
Nestled in the heart of Pembina County, Bathgate, North Dakota, is not just a dot on the map but a place of historical postal significance. Established in 1881 and originally named Bayview, the town's growth was intertwined with the arrival of the St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Manitoba Railroad in 1882. It was this pivotal moment that birthed Bathgate's postal history, with the establishment of the second oldest post office in the county. William Foster Sr., a key figure in the town's early days, was the first postmaster, a role he fulfilled without compensation, emphasizing his dedication to the community's communication needs.
The Haunting Tale of Fairdale Ghost Town: A Journey Through Time and Memory
Fairdale, once a vibrant cornerstone of Jefferson County, Kentucky, is now a haunting specter of the past. Annexed by Louisville in 2003, it has transitioned from a bustling community to a captivating ghost town, its dwindling population echoing the stories of a bygone era. The once-lively streets, now silent, serve as a canvas for urban explorers and history buffs, painting a picture of the town's rich history against the backdrop of Louisville's vibrant evolution.