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Sports North Dakota man plows Prince's symbol in farm field

Hanson says the field was seeded Monday.Prince died April 21 in suburban Minneapolis at age 57. A retiree in a tiny community in North Dakota has paid tribute to Prince in perhaps the most unique way a farmer can.Gene Hanson is a retired farmer in Edgeley who always liked the song "Purple Rain." On Friday, he hopped on his tractor and plowed on a football field-size version of the late musician's symbol into his corn field.The 75-year-old says he found an image of the symbol on the Internet.
The Denver Post
03/05
4 Points

Sports North Dakota man plows Prince's symbol in farm field

Hanson says the field was seeded Monday.Prince died April 21 in suburban Minneapolis at age 57. A retiree in a tiny community in North Dakota has paid tribute to Prince in perhaps the most unique way a farmer can.Gene Hanson is a retired farmer in Edgeley who always liked the song "Purple Rain." On Friday, he hopped on his tractor and plowed on a football field-size version of the late musician's symbol into his corn field.The 75-year-old says he found an image of the symbol on the Internet.
The Denver Post
03/05
2 Points
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Sports Carson Wentz mania reigns supreme in North Dakota

Philadelphia Eagles merchandise is about to become a hot item in North Dakota.Bismarck native and former North Dakota State University standout quarterback Carson Wentz was drafted No. 2 by the Eagles in the first round of the NFL draft Thursday night.Fans in Bismarck and Fargo .
The Denver Post
29/04
8 Points
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Sports J.T. Compher, Michigan captain, signs with Avalanche

Compher has given up his senior season to turn professional with the Avalanche, the NHL team said Monday.The Avs, who acquired Compher's rights from Buffalo last summer, signed the high-scoring forward to his three-year, entry-level contract . Michigan lost to eventual NCAA champion North Dakota in the quarterfinals of the national tournament. Compher scored 63 points (16 goals) in 38 games as a junior, and was selected as a first-team All-American.
The Denver Post
26/04
4 Points
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Supreme Court skeptical of drunken-driving breath tests without warrants

A majority of Supreme Court justices cast doubt Wednesday on drunken-driving laws in 13 states that make it a crime for drivers to refuse breath or blood tests sought by police without a warrant.While many justices acknowledged the laws' good intentions . In 2013, it ruled that police cannot conduct blood tests for drunken driving without a warrant.  to crack down on drunken driving, particularly in rural states such as Minnesota and North Dakota that are plagued with the problem .
USA Today
21/04
20 Points
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New York's economic outlook is the worst in nation: study

Cuomo touted the administration's 48 tax cuts in response, saying the governor controlled spending and cut taxes. "As a result of this administration's work, New York just enacted the lowest middle-class taxes in 70 years, and we have the lowest business tax rate since 1968, as well as the lowest manufacturer tax rate since 1917 . The report found that Utah had the best economic outlook, followed by North Carolina and North Dakota.
Daily News
13/04
9 Points
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Sports North Dakota beats Quinnipiac 5-1 to capture NCAA hockey title

Drake Caggiula scored twice in the third period and Brock Boeser had a goal and three assists to help North Dakota win its eighth NCAA hockey championship, 5-1 over top-seeded Quinnipiac on Saturday night.Cam Johnson had 32 saves for the Fighting Hawks (34-6-4). He also had two goals in a 4-2 victory over Denver that sent the Fighting Hawks into the Frozen Four final for the 13th time.Quinnipiac (32-4-7) lost in the title game for the second time in four seasons.
USA Today
10/04
6 Points
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No. 1-seeded Quinnipiac must stop North Dakota's CBS Line in NCAA Frozen Four's national championship

As the higher seed, Quinnipiac will dictate the matchups Saturday in the NCAA Frozen Four's national championship game at Amalie Arena. That advantage could be key in stopping North Dakota's CBS Line, which had great success against the lower-seeded Denver Pioneers in the semifinals Thursday.The C stands for left wing Drake Caggiula, who had a hand in UND's first three goals . DU couldn't stop them, and Schmaltz's goal in the final minute of regulation broke a 2-2 tie to beat the Pioneers.
The Denver Post
09/04
18 Points
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Sports Denver Pioneers play in their 14th Frozen Four

The University of Denver played in its 14th NCAA Frozen Four on Thursday, sixth-most all-time. Denver is the only team to win 20 games in 15 consecutive seasons, and its streak of nine consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances is second to North Dakota's 14."It's extremely special to be here," DU captain Grant Arnold of Centennial said before Thursday's national semifinal against North Dakota. DU's morning skate Thursday began in the early afternoon.
The Denver Post
09/04
5 Points
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Sports Denver Pioneers play in their 14th Frozen Four

The University of Denver played in its 14th NCAA Frozen Four on Thursday, sixth-most all-time. Denver is the only team to win 20 games in 15 consecutive seasons, and its streak of nine consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances is second to North Dakota's 14."It's extremely special to be here," DU captain Grant Arnold of Centennial said before Thursday's national semifinal against North Dakota. DU's morning skate Thursday began in the early afternoon.
The Denver Post
08/04
8 Points
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Sports Quinnipiac's Landon Smith committed to Pioneers prior to joining Bobcats

DU junior defenseman Matt VanVoorhis was born in Grand Forks, N.D., and his parents and both sets of grandparents attended UND. Dave Lanbeth, his grandfather on his mother's side, was a UND professor."After the game on Thursday, he is going to be crying either way," VanVoorhis said. Quinnipiac sophomore forward Landon Smith of Greenwood Village had offers to play for three of the teams at this week's NCAA Frozen Four.
The Denver Post
07/04
6 Points
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Woman from Climax, Minn., defends hometown, despite sophomoric jokes

Kara Nesvig Kara Nesvig defender the name of her town Climax in a Minneapolis-Star Tribune piece. But she considers Climax her hometown since she attended school in its district. Google Climax is just west of Fertile and north of Moorhead And Nesvig might be an expert on her town’s snicker-inducing qualities because her father invented its punny slogan: “Climax.
Daily News
06/04
6 Points
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