MINOT, N.D. – After failing to get the sweep, LaMoure regrouped and made sure its lengthy absence from the North Dakota Class B state volleyball semifinals didn’t last any longer.RELATED CONTENT
MINOT, N.D. – Fargo Shanley passed its first test at the Minot State Dome. The Deacons defeated Bismarck 25-20, 23-25, 25-22, 25-23 during the quarterfinals of the North Dakota Class A state volleyball tournament on Thursday.RELATED CONTENT
Hunter, N.D. - Before the key to the gym door was turned for the first time back in late August, the Northern Cass volleyball team had its sights set on the state tournament in Minot.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Fargo Davies got its first taste of playing in a state volleyball tournament last year, and this fall, the Eagles are back for more.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Former Fargo South-Davies girls hockey player Alex Woken has committed to play her collegiate career at the University of Minnesota.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Victories aren’t the only way to measure improvement season to season, but in the case of the Fargo South volleyball team, the increase in the win column has been noticeable.RELATED CONTENT
Grand Forks The University of North Dakota’s first season in the Big Sky Conference in 2012 was generally a success. The football program had a signature win against Montana and finished 5-6 with most of the star players returning for 2013.RELATED CONTENT
VALLEY CITY, N.D. – After three straight years of ending the region volleyball tournament as the runner-up, Fargo Shanley finally broke through for a title on Saturday.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The last game of the 2013 Dakota Bowl lived up to its billing. The North Dakota Class 3A state football championship between Fargo South and Bismarck – two of the state’s top football programs the last 15 years – was the grand finale.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Milnor-North Sargent advanced the ball into the red zone in its first two possessions on Friday, but came away with no points.RELATED CONTENT
A man who ran the Fargo half marathon in honor of a friend killed in Iraq is planning another run to support the military.
Families of North Dakota military members killed in Iraq or Afghanistan form a close-knit group, Shirley Fettig said.
When Minnesota National Guard troops arrive at Fort McCoy, Wis., after 16 months in Iraq, county veterans service officers are making sure they don’t miss any benefits.
A member of the 119th Wing has been named officer of the year.
EDITOR’S NOTE: The military notebook is a new feature that will run each Saturday in The Forum.