Forum staff reports
FARGO — South Dakota defeated North Dakota State 25-12, 23-25, 21-25, 25-17, 15-9 Friday night in Summit League volleyball at Bentson Bunker, with 1,369 in attendance. McKenzie Burke led the Bison with 11 kills, 15 digs and two assists, while Allie Mauch had 10 kills and two digs. Kalli Hegerle had 36 assists and 19 digs, while Abbi Klos added 23 digs. For the Coyotes, Hayley Dotseth matched her career-high with 23 kills, Taylor Wilson had a career-high 19 kills and Madison Jurgens had a season-high 53 assists.
DULUTH, Minn. — Minnesota State Moorhead pushed No. 9 Minnesota Duluth to four sets, but lost its second conference match of the year in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference volleyball on Friday. The Bulldogs won 25-15, 25-22, 25-27, 25-12. Duluth junior Emily Torve had 53 assists on the night. Junior Hanna Meyer led all players with 21 kills and added four blocks. Moorhead Senior Monica Vega led the Dragons with 24 digs. Sophomore Lauren Kiewiet collected 18 assists, while freshman Amanda Carlson tallied nine kills.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Sioux Falls scored a late goal to edge Minnesota State Moorhead 2-1 Friday in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference women's soccer. Jackie Montes scored the winning goal for the Cougars in the 81st minute on an assist from Lindsey Power. Aundria Vargas put Sioux Falls up 1-0 in the 12th minute, assisted by McKayla Philippi. Carly Jo Gamrath scored for the Dragons in the 55th minute on an assist from Jessica Dallman. MSUM goalkeeper Kayleigh Sedlacek recorded five saves. The Dragons fell to 1-5 overall and 1-3 in the NSIC.
FARGO — Beginning Monday, Sept. 24, Broadway will close to through traffic between First and Second Avenue North, between the Hotel Donaldson and King House Buffet.
FARGO — Everything must go: the remaining furniture in Fargo's former city hall will be available for free to nonprofits.
FARGO — The city of Fargo is seeking public input as it reviews its policies on tax increment financing (TIF) and payment in lieu of taxes (PILOT) incentives. Comments and questions will be received until Friday, Oct. 19.
DUNSEITH, N.D. — Registration is now open for the 64th season of the International Music Camp, at the International Peace Garden on the Canada/United States border between Manitoba and North Dakota.
The Moorhead Business Association has hired Sheri Larson as its new executive director. She will be responsible for membership growth, arranging speakers for the MBA's weekly Let's Talk Business meetings, and coordinating MBA events. The MBA also announced the following 2018-2019 board of directors: Randy Farwell, president; Bruce Johnson, vice president; Gwen Hoberg, secretary; Scott Guhlke, treasurer; Cindy Cole-Softing, Mike Edenborg, Corey Elmer, Brady Helmer, Pat Kovash, Mark Lundberg, Pam Seivert and Jim Steen.
FARGO—Carpet World of Fargo will celebrate 50 years in business with customer appreciation days Sept. 28-29 at its showroom, 4601 17th Ave. S. According to a Carpet World press release, the business was Fargo's first carpet retailer when Jerry Kautzman opened the store in the fall of 1968. A decade later, additional flooring lines such as wood, tile and laminate were added.
HAWLEY, Minn.—Owners of a new rural wedding venue will host an open house from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, in conjunction with their annual pumpkin sale. The Barn at Green Garden Farm features a renovated barn and a grainery, which has been converted to a bridal room and restrooms. The venue is owned by Cheryl and Bill Gottenborg and is located four miles north of Hawley at 5992 230th St. N. For more information, search "The Barn at Green Garden Farm" on Facebook.