Herald Staff Report
RED LAKE FALLS, Minn.—A 2-month-old baby in Red Lake Falls is on life support after a care provider found the child was not breathing, investigators said Thursday. The female child was taken Wednesday evening to Sanford Hospital in Thief River Falls before being airlifted to Sanford's Fargo division, according to the Red Lake County's Sheriff's Office. It's unclear what caused the incident, but the child's care provider called the Sheriff's Office to report the baby wasn't breathing, according to a news release.
Charges are being forwarded against a juvenile accused of stealing a car and then attempting to flee from police in the early hours of Thursday morning. Police were dispatched to the 1800 block of 28th Avenue South about 2:30 a.m. Thursday for a report of a theft of a motor vehicle. The owner of the vehicle said they had last seen the vehicle about 8 p.m. on Wednesday. A short time later, the vehicle was located in near the 2600 block of South 20th Street.
West Fargo-based Sandy’s Donuts and Coffee Shops has started selling its doughnuts at several locations in the Grand Cities. “We deliver every day to businesses and gas stations in Grand Forks,” said Jeff Ostlund, facilities manager for the business. Those businesses are B & N Oil and the Stamart truck stop in Grand Forks and East Side Express and Northdale Oil in East Grand Forks, he said.
MAYVILLE, N.D.— A rural Mayville woman was taken to the hospital Sunday after she accidentally shot herself, investigators said. The Traill County Sheriff's Office responded at 12:32 p.m. to an undisclosed location. A woman whose name was not released was handling a firearm when she accidentally discharged the weapon, resulting in a gunshot wound to her hand, according to a news release. She was then taken to Sanford Hospital in Fargo. The incident remains under investigation. Mayville is about 35 miles southwest of Grand Forks.
Boys golf 6 Minn. Class AA state tournament In Jordan, Wednesday Day 2 of 2 Team totals Holy Family Catholic 600, Detroit Lakes 603, Red Wing 619, Cloquet-Esko 622, Blue Earth Area 627, St. Cloud Cathedral 634, Totino-Grace 646, Worthington 693 Top 10 individuals
Felonies * Denotes felony that became a misdemeanor by disposition ** Denotes deferred imposition The following are felony convictions in Grand Forks County District Court from May 1-31. 5/3
ST. THOMAS, N.D.—A St. Thomas man has been accused of threatening the lives of a city employee and his wife after the employee turned the man's water off. Andrew Arien Mattson, 33, had an initial appearance Monday in Pembina County District Court, where he has been charged with two Class C felonies—terrorizing with a dangerous weapon and preventing arrest—and a Class B misdemeanor of simple assault.
Prep track 6 Minn. Class A meet In St. Paul, Friday Day 2 of 2 Girls Top 10 & Section 8A teams 1.The Blake School 46; 2. Cotter 42; 3. Pequot Lakes 38.75; 4. Mesabi East 32; 5. (tie) Stewartville and Belle Plaine 31; 7. Watertown-Mayer 30; 8. Rockford 29.5; 9. Annandale 25; 10. Minneapolis North 24; 21. (tie) Crookston and Park Christian 15; 33. (tie) Frazee 10; 46. Pelican Rapids 7; 48. (tie) West Marshall and Warroad 6; 65. (tie) Roseau 3 Winners & Section 8A placers
ST. PAUL—Only three seniors are on the roster of the East Grand Forks Senior High boys track team. All three were big contributors here Saturday as the Minnesota Class A state track meet concluded. Senior High's best showing of the meet was a third-place finish in the 4x200 relay. The quartet of seniors Bryce Kuznia, Casey Kallock and anchor Felix Zuniga and freshman Blake Moen ran a school-record time of 1:31.70.
ST. PAUL—Good competition brought out the best in Katherine Geist. The Crookston sophomore finished sixth in the 3,200 on Friday in the opening day of the Minnesota Class A high school track meet. Geist ran a time of 11:13.55. That not only broke a school record set in 1985 by Heather Aubol, but surpassed Geist's personal record by about 24 seconds. "That's pretty spectacular,'' Pirates girls track coach Amy Boll said. "You don't see that happening every meet. The weather was good and she had a great race.