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UND Students Are Voting On Their First Mascot Since The Early 90’s

Three Designs Were Composed By Rickabaugh Graphics of Ohio

Courtesy: Rickbaugh GraphicsGRAND FORKS, N.D. — Voting is under way on a new UND Fighting Hawks mascot. Online voting for students began Monday and will continue through 9 p.m. Wednesday. Students are asked to select one of three designs composed by Rickabaugh Graphics of Ohio. The bodies of the Hawks are similar but the apparel is slightly different. An announcement…

Parents Who Took Child “Illegally” Have Ties To North Dakota, Possibly Ohio

They were last spotted in Georgetown, Kentucky on Friday

KERSHAW COUNTY, S.C. — Police are searching for a couple, with connections in North Dakota and possibly Ohio, who ran off with their 2-year-old daughter who was set to be removed from their house in South Carolina. Media outlets report that they were spotted in Georgetown, Kentucky around 2 p.m. on Friday. The two parents, Jessica Louise Ray and William…

Three Men From Ohio Are Being Investigated After Ice Fishing Competition

Came In 1st, 3rd and 98th at Brainerd Jaycees Ice Fishing Extravaganza

BRAINERD, Minn. — New details emerge in the investigation into alleged fraud at a Minnesota ice fishing competition. Officials with Brainerd Jaycees Ice Fishing Extravaganza are investigating whether three men from Ohio legitimately caught the fish when they say they did. Stephan Lyogky and his son, Ivan Lyogky, caught two of three northern pike that won prizes and came in…

Pot Case Has Local Ties

More Marijuana Found In Ford Fusions Manufactured In Mexico

More marijuana has been found in Ford Fusions manufactured at a plant in Mexico. Authorities say one-million dollars’ worth of marijuana was found in Ford Fusions shipped to an Ohio dealership. They are now trying to figure out who put the pot in the vehicles and who, apparently, didn’t retrieve it. It was back in March when 217 pounds of…

Grand Forks Tour Bus Disabled by Lighting, Leaves ND Passengers Stranded in Ohio

The group was picked up about an hour later by a new tour bus and taken to a local hotel for the night

  STREETSBORO, Ohio — A group of tourists headed for Washington D.C. from Grand Forks found themselves stranded on the side of an Ohio interstate after a lightning strike disabled the bus. Eileen Tromnes-Nelson, one of the passengers, told KVRR’s Nick Broadway that everyone on the bus is safe and no one has been injured. Tromnes-Nelson said at just after…