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Looks like area hockey fans could see Moorhead goaltender Michael Bitzer wearing black and blue after all.
It'll just be the black and blue of the Lincoln Stars. Bitzer was taken by the Stars in the ... Posted on 5/22/12 at 4:57 PM
A U-Haul official said Monday that it was “reckless” for an attorney who represents the driver of a rented truck that struck and killed a woman at the Yale-Harvard football game to claim that the vehicle malfunctioned while police are still investigating.
A driver of a U-Haul truck carrying beer kegs through a tailgating area before the Yale-Harvard game Saturday suddenly accelerated, fatally striking a 30-year-old Massachusetts woman and injuring two other women, police said.
Matt Yale had a triple-double Thursday in leading Berthold to a 91-82 double-overtime win over Fargo Oak Grove in the first round of the North Dakota boys Class B basketball tournament.
Yale had 10 of his 30 points in overtime as the Bombers (25-1) handed Oak Grove (24-1) its first loss of the season. He also had 10 rebounds and 11 assists.
Last week’s column was about something that doesn’t exist — a multi-level strategy to combat the advance of sharia (Islamic law) across the West.
The strategy doesn’t exist because there’s little understanding that the entrenchment of sharia in the Western zone poses a threat to liberty in the Western zone.
Diana West, Washington Times
, October 14, 2009
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — Clues increasingly pointed to an inside job Monday in the slaying of a Yale graduate student whose body was found stuffed inside a wall five days after she vanished from a heavily secured lab building accessible only to university employees.
As police charged a Yale animal lab technician with murdering a graduate student who worked in his building, a portrait began to emerge Thursday of an un-pleasant stickler for the rules who often clashed with researchers and considered the mice cages his personal fiefdom.
By Ray Henry and Michael Hill, The Associated Press
, September 18, 2009
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — Police in Connecticut on Sunday said they found what they believe is the body of a Yale University graduate student and bride-to-be hidden inside the wall of a university building where she was last seen five days before.
September 13, 2009
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