10-Year-Old Killed in Pembina County Crash

It happened half a mile south of Mountain, North Dakota

MOUNTAIN, N.D. — A 10-year-old is killed in a crash half a mile south of Mountain, North Dakota. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says the boy was driving a Polaris Ranger side-by-side off-highway vehicle on 87th Street Northeast. The happened around 3:45 this afternoon. The vehicle left the road and tipped onto its side. Authorities say the driver was ejected…

People Go Out To Detroit Mountain For Winter Sports Season

Instructors say it's important if you're going out that you wear a helmet and stay safe

DETROIT LAKES, MINN. — People from across the valley are descending on the mountain as countless are just getting started for their winter fun. Jon Rundle who’s been on the skis for about 30 years now and works as the Snow Sports Coordinator for Detroit Mountain says every year is a joy. “Busy, busy, busy. It has been awesome here….

Mountain, ND – Town of the Week 12-3-19

This northern valley town of under 100 was founded by Icelandic immigrants. The northern Red River Valley has one of the largest concentrations of people that trace their ancestry to Iceland. Congratulations Mountain. Categories: North Dakota News, Town Of The Week Tags: ICELANDIC HERITAGE, MOUNTAIN, PEMBINA COUNTY, TOWN OF THE WEEK

Prime Minister of Iceland Attends Heritage Celebration In North Dakota

Iceland Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir is 5th To Attend Deuce of August

Iceland Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir & North Dakota Governor Doug BurgumMOUNTAIN, N.D. — The small northeastern North Dakota town of Mountain is holding its annual Icelandic heritage celebration this weekend. Gov. Doug Burgum welcomed the prime minister of Iceland to the 119th Deuce of August festival. His office says she is the fifth sitting prime minister of Iceland to attend…