DECEMBER

Marcus Theatres ensures guest safety with increased COVID-19 restrictions

"Besides masks, we also have partitions. We ask that we do as best we can to maintain social distancing."

FARGO, N.D. — As business restrictions ease up, a local movie theater is welcoming guests back with COVID precautionary guidelines to ensure safety. As restrictions are reduced, it may lead people to want to get out of their homes for some entertainment. “All of our theaters and auditoriums are not at 50 percent, some are below 50 percent to maintain…

First Finalist For President of UND Visits Campus

Dr. Robert Marley is the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost for Academic Affairs of the Missouri University of Science and Technology

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — UND has started hosting the 6 finalists to become the next president of the university. Dr. Robert Marley is the first candidate to stop at the UND campus to speak to students and staff about issues the university faces. Marley is the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost for Academic Affairs of the Missouri University of Science…

Jury Selection Begins in Breckenridge Attempted Murder Case

Witnesses told police that Allard said he "might as well shoot everyone" as he was leaving the house

BRECKENRIDGE, Minn. — Jury selection is scheduled next week for a Wahpeton man accused of attempted murder in Breckenridge. Matthew Allard, 28, is accused of shooting Isaac Herrera in the stomach during an argument last December. Witnesses told police that Allard said he “might as well shoot everyone” as he was leaving the house. He was arrested the next day…

Moorhead Man Sentenced for Raping an Exotic Dancer

He was initially sentenced to 25 years in prison for the crime in 2013

  MOORHEAD, Minn. — A sex offender who was convicted of raping and holding a seven-months pregnant exotic dancer prisoner has been sentenced. Jesse Paskey, 34, of Moorhead, was given 30 years in prison for the December 2012 crime. He was initially sentenced to 25 years in prison for the crime in 2013. But Paskey sought a new trial and…