STAFF BLOG JAMESTOWN SPORTS LaMoure ousted from state B legion tourney
BY GREG DEVILLERS
FORUM COMMUNICATIONS CO.
GRAFTON — LaMoure came here as defending champion and winner of two of the past three North Dakota Class B American Legion baseball tournaments. J.R. T... Posted on 7/30/10 at 5:48 PM
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For some reason it seems like we're supposed to evacuate (West) Fargo ==readyourhometown==every weekend and head to Wishek for the Tri-County Fair, Adrian for the 125th, LaMoure for the Red Hot Fire D... Posted on 7/18/10 at 3:31 PM
LaMoure Public School and the LaMoure Volunteer Fire Department both dealt with a crisis this year and now have received some help.
Wheat Growers gave the school and the volunteer department $20,000 each on Thursday.
Like most football fans, Michael Arndt plans to watch the NFL draft next week.
The difference is, he may at some point hear his name called.
The LaMoure native and two-year starter at left tackle for NDSU has a chance to be drafted during the 3-day event April 28-30 in New York City.
LaMoure County is holding a meeting to inform residents of possible flood issues, said Kimberly Robbins, LaMoure County emergency manager.
The meeting is set for 7 p.m. March 15 at LaMoure Public School activity center.
Despite wading through flood waters two years ago, residents here said they aren’t worried about a flood in 2011.
Oh sure, high water may happen this spring, but after two years of practice, Adrian said it’s prepared.
Spring river level forecasts are much the same in an updated forecast issued by the National Weather Service Thursday.
The NWS listed a 15 percent chance of major flooding at LaMoure with a crest of 18 feet or higher, down about 22 percent from the Jan. 25 forecast.
The Pipestem Creek at Pingree was given about a 50 percent chance of moderate flooding with a crest of 11 feet or higher. This is down from about 70 percent forecast in January.
The opening night of the 2010 Class B boys’ Stutsman County Tournament has come and gone, and according to the seeding there were no surprises at the Jamestown Civic Center on Thursday night.
Top-seeded LaMoure rolled past Pingree-Buchanan-Kensal 63-32 in the first quarterfinal of the evening, and then it was fourth-seeded and two-time defending champion Central Prairie’s turn with a 65-55 win over Edgeley-Kulm.
In the night bracket, No. 2-seeded Ellendale skated past Midkota 61-40, and No. 3-seeded Carrington wrapped up Day 1 with a 54-37 win over Kidder County.
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