Herald Staff Report
Men’s hockey 6 Friday’s results RIT 2, Sacred Heart 0 Michigan State 5, Penn State 3 Cornell 3, Brown 3, tie Dartmouth 1, Clarkson 0 RPI 6, Princeton 2 Harvard 3, St. Lawrence 2
Boys hockey 6 Thursday's results Roseau 4, Crookston 3, OT First period—1. R, Hunter McFarlane (Aaron Huglen, Taylor Jacobson) 5:14; 2. R, Josh Olson (Jordan Moser, Jarrett Nelson) 13:52 Third period—3. CRO, Brock Heppner PP (Joey Doda) 11:41; 4. R, Paul Huglen PP (A. Huglen, Gavin Gunderson) 12:41; 5. CRO, Quinn Westlake PP (Ben Andringa, Jack Doda) 15:25; 6. CRO, Heppner (Andringa, Eric Delorme) 16:30 Overtime—7. R, A. Huglen PP (Gunderson) 3:56 Goalie saves—R: Oliver Lee 13; CRO: Jack Ricord 42
Boys hockey 6 Tuesday’s results Warroad 7, Lake of the Woods 0
East Grand Forks City Council members gather tonight for a work session to discuss potential updates to the city’s ATV ordinance and ways the city can improve a parking lot it owns by the VFW.
Birding enthusiast Mike Jacobs, retired Grand Forks Herald publisher and editor and author of the weekly "Always in Season" bird column, is featured on this week's "BirdCallsRadio" podcast. During the 40½-minute interview, Connecticut-based podcast host and owner Mardi Dickinson visits with Jacobs about such topics as his interest in birding, the impact the Flood of 1997 had on bird life, how his weekly bird column got started, recommendations for birding getaways and birds of the Red River Valley.
College hockey 6 USCHO.com poll The USCHO.com Poll consists of 50 voters, including coaches and beat writers and sports professionals from across the country. The weekly poll is a production of USCHO.com. Ranking, team, first place votes, record, points, last week
The Grand Forks City Council tonight will consider various large-scale road projects for the upcoming two construction seasons, including a partial reconstruction of Cherry Street and a mill and overlay on University Avenue. Council members will consider the same items next Monday, Feb. 18, for final approval.
College hockey 6 Saturday's results
FARGO -- The Grand Forks Central wrestling program won the Eastern Dakota Conference championship for the first time since 1988 on Saturday. "We had an outstanding day," Central coach Jeff Welsh said. "It took all 14 of our scorers to get the job done. We had eight finalists, which is the most GFC Wrestling has ever had." Central finished with 223 points, while Fargo Davies had 217.5 and West Fargo had 208.5. No. 2-seeded Will Rohrich won the 170-pound championship with a 4-0 victory over No. 1 seed Jaden Mairs of Fargo Davies.
College hockey 6 Friday’s results