Forum staff reports
FARGO – Frontier Airlines is now offering nonstop flights between Fargo’s Hector International Airport and Denver International Airport, with additional connections available to select cities across Frontier’s network.
FARGO – A Kindred, N.D., man was taken to the hospital after a rollover accident around noon Tuesday, May 15, on Interstate 29 south of Fargo, the state Highway Patrol reported.
STOCKTON, Calif.—North Dakota State's men's golf team fired an opening round 9-over par 297 and is in 13th place after 18 holes at the NCAA Pacific Regional Monday at The Reserve at Spanos Park. Iowa State leads the regional through one round at 10-under par 278, while Kansas is in second with a 7-under par 281. Alabama rounds out the top-three in third at 6-under par 282.
FARGO — Essentia Health will host the fifth annual community stroke awareness luncheon from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 16, at Delta Hotels by Marriott, 1635 42nd St. S.W. Lunch is free and open to the public. Essentia's stroke team will give a presentation about strokes, addressing risk factors and services that benefit survivors, caregivers and those at risk for strokes.
BISMARCK — Gov. Doug Burgum directed government agencies to fly U.S. and North Dakota flags at half-staff Tuesday, May 15, in honor of Peace Officers Memorial Day. Businesses and homes throughout the state are encouraged to participate. Burgum's directive is in accordance with a proclamation issued by President Donald Trump. A ceremony is set for 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 16, near the Peace Officers Memorial on the east side of the state capitol's judicial wing.
FARGO—North Dakota State's softball team will be heading to Tucson, Arizona to play in its ninth NCAA Tournament. The Bison, fresh off a fifth straight Summit League tournament championship, found out Sunday night it will play Mississippi State at 8 p.m. Friday in the Tucson Regional—the same place they played in the 2012 NCAA Tournament.
Bison women win final relay to claim share of Summit track title TULSA, Okla.—It came down to the homestretch of the final event, but the streak lived on. The North Dakota State women's track & field team pulled out a win in the 1600-meter relay to share the conference team championship with South Dakota on Saturday afternoon at the Summit League Outdoor Championships. Over the three-day, 21-event meet, both the Bison and Coyotes scored exactly 263 points to tie for the team title.
BISMARCK — A 66-year-old Fargo woman was injured in a rollover crash 12 miles outside of Bismarck at 7:45 p.m. Friday, May 11, the North Dakota Highway Patrol said in a new release. The woman, identified as Patricia Westerholm, was driving a 2004 Buick and traveling west on Interstate 94 in the left lane. Westerholm drifted into the median fog line and overcorrected when she steered back to the right, losing control of the vehicle, the patrol said.
ALEXANDRIA, Minn. - The Douglas County Sheriff's Office received information at approximately 5:30 Friday evening that 79-year-old Eugene Torger Harstad who had been reported missing earlier in the week, has been located in Grant County.
FARGO — Jeff Reznecheck, principal at Centennial Elementary School, is Fargo Public Schools' 2018 Administrator of the Year.