UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA HOCKEY Casey Johnson lifts Central
Grand Forks Central defenseman Casey Johnson scored quite the game-winning goal tonight in a 2-1 rivalry win over Grand Forks Red River. Check it out below.
... Posted on 12/20/13 at 1:06 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA The List: America's Most Common Names
Sure, we all know Smith and Johnson, but what about the rest of the top ten? A surprisingly cool website,names.whitepages.com, gives us a look at all names--first and last--in the U.S.
This site real... Posted on 3/10/13 at 8:30 AM
STAFF BLOG THE DULLUM FILE Charley & Company
Had a great time today at the annual meeting of the Fargo-Moorhead Convention & Visitors Bureau at the Fargo Air Museum.
The invitation to speak came from Charley Johnson who has headed the FM CV... Posted on 2/20/13 at 6:58 PM
REEL QUICKIES Looper
If people didn't know the name Rian Johnson before, they will probably remember it from now on. He is the writer and director of the new action thrillerLooper.
Looperis not a perfect movie, but it is... Posted on 10/8/12 at 11:31 PM
After struggling with little funds nearly 25 library workers who were making close to minimum wage will see a pay increase. The Grand Forks Library is having to dip into reserve accounts to make the increase.
COOPERSTOWN, N.D. – When Daniel Evan Wacht heard the severed head of Kurt Johnson had been dug up in a crawl space in Wacht’s basement, the 31-year-old paused, his complexion turned red and he sunk down in his chair, a state investigator testified Thursday.
COOPERSTOWN, N.D. - A state investigator testified today that when he informed Daniel Evan Wacht the severed head of missing North Dakota State University researcher Kurt Johnson had been dug up in a crawl space in Wacht's basement, the 31-year-old paused, his complexion turned red and he sunk down in his chair.
COOPERSTOWN, N.D. – Jurors heard Daniel Wacht’s voice for the first time in his murder trial Wednesday when prosecutors played a 77-minute police interview of the Cooperstown man after his arrest but before investigators unearthed the severed head of North Dakota State University researcher Kurt Johnson in his basement.
COOPERSTOWN, N.D. – A Cooperstown man accused of shooting a North Dakota State University researcher in the head and then decapitating him told a fellow partygoer in the days beforehand that he wanted to start a local white supremacy gang and needed to “make a statement” by blowing up a place or killing someone, a prosecutor said today.
First murder tried in Griggs County since 1929
COOPERSTOWN, N.D. — The first murder trial here in more than 80 years will feature a defendant with a machine-gun tattoo on his head and reported ties to a white supremacist gang, a victim whose severed head was found in the alleged killer’s basement and the oldest working courthouse in North Dakota.
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