April 3, 2013 in The Dickinson Press
GRAND FORKS The influx of great gray owls that moved south into northwest Minnesota from their traditional wintering range in Canada has been perhaps the biggest news in the bird world so far this year.
October 23, 2012 in The Daily Republic
SIOUX FALLS (AP) Two owls undergoing rehabilitation at the Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls are set to be released Tuesday.
November 19, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald
Snowy owls are moving south along a broad front, and that they could be encountered almost anywhere in our area this year. Continue Reading
March 23, 2011 in Morris Sun Tribune
Illisa Koehl selected for the first team, Kendra Schmidgall named to the second team. Continue Reading
March 20, 2011 in West Central Tribune
ST. PAUL Charlotte Overbye tossed in 21 points and Mountain Irton-Buhl rebounded from a lopsided loss in the Class A semifinals on Friday to beat Hancock 61-45 in the third-place game of the state girls basketball tournament at Concordia College. Continue Reading
March 17, 2011 in West Central Tribune
MINNEAPOLIS Hancock overcame a 10-point deficit, 27 turnovers and an underdog role to upset top-ranked Goodue 58-54 in the quarterfinals of the Class A state girls basketball tournament Thursday at Williams Arena.
March 13, 2011 in West Central Tribune
MOORHEAD Hancock overcame a cold night at the free-throw line and upended Ada-Borup 44-39 in the Section 6A girls basketball championship game Saturday at Concordia College. Continue Reading
March 12, 2011 in Morris Sun Tribune
Guard Illisa Koehl scored 19 point and sank two free throws with four seconds left to lead Hancock over Ada-Borup 44-39 Saturday afternoon in the Section 6A title game at Concordia College. It gave Hancock a ticket to state. Continue Reading
January 14, 2011 in Morris Sun Tribune
Hancock had its toughest battle so far this season, but the Owls weathered the storm and remained unbeaten as they edged Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 48-46 in a non-conference girls basketball game Thursday. Continue Reading
October 21, 2010 in West Central Tribune
HANCOCK – With only nine players on the varsity, it would seem likely the Hancock volleyball would be hurt by a lack of “in-house” competition. You would get the sense that there is no one to push each for playing time or to battle for a starting position. It would be natural to assume players don’t have to work hard in practice since they will be playing a lot anyway. Continue Reading