Forum and wire reports
HONOLULU—Tom Hoge posted a birdie on the 18th hole to help him take the lead after the third round of the PGA's Sony Open on Saturday. Hoge, a Fargo South High School graduate who went on to golf at Texas Christian University, carded a six-under par 64 on Saturday at the Waialae Country Club. After five-under rounds of 65 on Thursday and Friday, Hoge sits in first place with a three-round score of 194—one shot ahead of patton Kizzire. The 28-year-old Hoge has been a golf professional since 2011 and has been on the PGA Tour for the last three years.
OPELIKA, Ala. - Fargo's Tom Hoge, unable to finish his first round Thursday, caught the leaders upon completion on Friday, July 21, to share the first-round lead at the Barbasol Championship. Hoge, a Fargo South graduate, birdied his final two holes, including a six-footer on his final hole to catch Zac Blair, Martin Flores and Cameron Tringale at six-under-par 65s, far from the limelight cast on the players competing at the British Open this week at Royal Birkdale.
Discount footwear retailer Payless ShoeSource said it had filed for Chapter 11 protection on Tuesday, April 4, with a plan to restructure debt and immediately close 400 underperforming stores in the United States and Puerto Rico. Privately owned Payless Inc joins a long list of U.S. brick-and-mortar retailers to fall victim to declining mall traffic in the midst of a rise of internet shopping and rapidly changing consumer tastes.
FARGO—Get ready for a taste of Stars Hollow at two Fargo coffee shops—"Gilmore Girls" is taking over for the day. From 7 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Oct. 5, fans of the hit series will finally have the opportunity to drink a cup of Luke's famous coffee from Luke's Diner—or rather, from reproductions of the iconic restaurant.
WASHINGTON -- A rancorous political debate over sexual identity unexpectedly prompted the Republican-controlled House of Representatives to reject an energy and water spending bill on Thursday after Democrats attached an...
NORTH CONWAY, N.H. - Mount Washington Observatory’s weather observers Mike Dorfman and Tom Padham have battled dangerous winds of up to 109 mph. This video shows the pair struggling to...
Caitlyn Jenner is reportedly going to pose nude for an upcoming Sports Illustrated cover, wearing just an American flag and her 1976 gold medal from the Olympics, a source tells US Weekly in its latest issue. Jenner, 66, won the decathlon with a record-setting total 40 years ago at the 1976 Games. The Sports Illustrated issue featuring Jenner will be out this summer, US Weekly is reporting.
FARGO – It's official. Carson Wentz, the former North Dakota State quarterback who is expected to be a top 10 pick in this month's NFL Draft, will be one of 25 college players attending the first round of the draft on April 28 in Chicago.
CLEVELAND—According to various reports, the Cleveland Browns Thursday, March 24, signed quarterback Robert Griffin III to a two-year deal—causing numerous experts questioning what the Browns will do with their No. 2 pick in next month's NFL Draft. North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz, who went through Pro Day drills in the Fargodome Thursday, March 24, has been speculated by numerous experts as the Browns No. 2 pick.
STANFORD, Calif.—South Dakota State's bid to reach its first Sweet 16 in the NCAA Division I women's basketball tournament fell short Monday, March 21, with a 66-65 loss to Stanford. SDSU, the Summit League tournament champion bidding to become only the fourth No. 12 seed to reach the Sweet 16, built a 62-54 lead with 4 minutes, 35 seconds remaining its second-round game played before 1,961 fans. But Stanford, a No. 4 seed, outscored the Jackrabbits 12-3 in the final 3:47.