FARGO – Predictably, the Fargo Marathon has beefed up security for this year’s event that begins Thursday with the Youth Run and concludes Saturday with an all-day activity extravaganza.
FARGO – A group of five young women were walking out of the North Dakota State Memorial Union one morning last week, asking why the guy across the street in the bright yellow Fargo Running Club T-shirt was running while juggling three balls.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The old dog is getting new life. North Dakota State has begun a rehabilitation of the old Dacotah Field stands for the purpose of making a new home for women’s soccer.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The second-youngest softball team in NCAA Division I got a lesson in championship play on Saturday. As a result, a mini-dynasty of sorts came to an end Saturday afternoon at Ellig Sports Complex.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo Well, at least we don’t have to explain that Oakland University is in Michigan, not California, anymore. That’s about the lone positive coming out of the Grizzlies’ predictable move to the Horizon League this week.
The wind was blowing in and the pitchers from North Dakota State and Indiana Purdue-Fort Wayne were throwing smoke.
FARGO – Online registrations for the Fargo Marathon closed at 11:59 Thursday night and to the surprise of executive director Mark Knutson, the numbers are on par with last year’s record crowd.
FARGO – The Summit League softball tournament started at 1 p.m. on Thursday, although for North Dakota State it began a little later than that. It took a two-run triple by a slap hitter to ring the bell.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The game was over for several hours and Ciarra Beckstrand was one of the few remaining people in the Fargodome. It was her job to make sure the North Dakota State football laundry was washed and dried.RELATED CONTENT
Brandi Enriquez hit a two-out, two-run triple on a 3-2 count in the second inning and that got North Dakota State on task.
FARGO - Not many people know this, but North Dakota State has changed its football schedule next season. The Bison are playing every game on the road.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Travel six miles east of Breckenridge, Minn., on Highway 210 and you’ll run into a house with two flag poles in the front yard. One has the United States flag on it, and the other has a Bison one attached to it.RELATED CONTENT
Sioux Falls, S.D. - The young man wearing hardly anything sprinted on the Howard Wood Field without much resistance from law enforcement, until he carefully jumped a chain link fence. That’s when a security official slammed him for a 5-yard loss.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - There are two major elections that will take place next month. One will decide our elected leaders. The other will decide something more important around here: What teams will make the Division I Football Championship Subdivision playoffs.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - There were two worlds on display at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome on Saturday afternoon. One involves the fans that come in droves to watch their team, North Dakota State.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The North Dakota State women’s golf team leaves in two weeks for a tournament in Hawaii, which will be yet another adventure for the team’s best player. In the last five months, Amy Anderson has been to the Czech Republic, Scotland and all over the United States in the name of golf.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The hope for recording artist William Turner was for his latest song to go viral on the internet. The big fella gave it a shot this week.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The two-year starter who will be a junior on the Staples-Motley girls basketball team this year is a quiet kid who doesn’t draw attention to herself. She’s mentally tough.RELATED CONTENT
Cedar Falls, Iowa - There is no assistant coach of the week award in the Missouri Valley Football Conference, so just give some sort of honorable mention nod to North Dakota State offensive coordinator Brent Vigen.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Tired of reading about a string of negative stories on the North Dakota State football team, Dirk Kringen grabbed his computer and sent an email to The Forum. He had a story to share.RELATED CONTENT