STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Project Safe Send update
A record amount of unusable pesticides – 215,594 pounds – were collected and shipped out of North Dakota through Project Safe Send in 2010, according to a news release from the state Ag De... Posted on 7/29/10 at 4:08 AM
A Larimore High School student is recovering after an overdose of prescription drugs and another student has been arrested, the principal says.
Principal David Wheeler said a boy was hospitalized Thursday morning after the school called an ambulance when it was clear he was having a medical emergency.
A Larimore man is accused of shooting two moose south of the Grand Forks County town, the state Game and Fish Department says.
Robert Sather, 28, is being charged with two counts of illegal taking of game, authorities said Friday. Gary Rankin, a game warden based in Larimore, said a tip from a citizen led to Sather.
By James MacPherson, The Associated Press
, December 13, 2008
A man arrested after an early morning standoff in Larimore is facing charges ranging from terrorizing to drunken driving.
Branden Kuck, 24, of Deer River, Minn., appeared in court Friday, where he was formally charged with seven counts, Assistant State’s Attorney David Jones said.
A man was arrested after an early morning standoff with officers responding to a report that he struck his wife and fired a weapon, Grand Forks County officials said.
Branden Kuck, 24, was taken into custody about 3 a.m. Assistant State’s Attorney David Jones said he was expected to appear in court Friday to face at least three felony charges.
Under-experienced and over-matched, the LaMoure-Litchville-Marion Loboes could have been considered large underdogs against the Larimore Polar Bears on Friday night in LaMoure
The Polar Bears from Region 1 made the trek southward to take on the young Region 2 Loboes in season-opening Class A football action. LaMoure-L-M put up a fight to only trail Larimore 8-6 at the half, but a big third quarter by Larimore’s senior running back Karl Hager turned the tide as the Loboes fell at home by the final of 20-6.
By Michael Savaloja, The Jamestown Sun
, August 30, 2008
Voters in Larimore have approved a school building fund levy.
The 5 mill increase will cost the average owner of a $100,000 home around $25 a year. The fund is expected to generate about $40,000 a year for projects and general maintenance.
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