The Salvation Army Supportive Services for Veterans Families (SSVF) is partnering with the Spirit Lake Riders Motorcycle Club for two events that benefit homeless veterans in 2014 - The Motorcycle Rally and Rodeo over Memorial Day weekend and the Ride...
During a visit with the Rotary Club of Devils Lake, Larry Skogen, interim chancellor of the North Dakota University System, discussed where higher education currently stands in the state.
By Joe Mellenbruch Journal Sports @Journal_Joe FORT TOTTEN, N.D. -- Typhoon Haiyan, a tropical storm that took place in the Phillipines just a few months ago, November 2013, would normally not resonate with the Lake Region, even though this particular...
FORT TOTTEN, N.D. -- After three days of hard-fought battles, the Carrington, New Rockford-Sheyenne, Lakota-Edmore and Harvey-Wells County girls basketball teams emerged as the top four teams at the District 7 tournament.
DEVILS LAKE -- Another game down. One more game to go.
On the front page of the Devils Lake Journal for Monday, March 3 you will find what's "Coming in print," what's only found on our website today and a whole lot more.
On Feb. 12, 19 Ramsey County students participated in an annual academic event.
Perhaps atoning for past sins, Hollywood named the brutal, unshrinking historical drama "12 Years a Slave" best picture at the 86th annual Academy Awards.
By Harry Lipsiea Journal Reporter @HarryLipsiea DEVILS LAKE -- With a recent announcement, there is even more reason to look forward to the summer for residents of the Lake Region.
DEVILS LAKE -- For those in attandance at the Region 4 championship game Thursday night, you witnessed arguably the best basketball game of the season in North Dakota Class B.
On the front page of the Devils Lake Journal for Wednesday, Feb. 26 you will find what's "Coming in print," what's only found on our website today and a whole lot more.
More than 30 students showed off their spelling stuff Tuesday morning in the basement of the Ramsey County Courthouse.
In the final minutes of the 2013 legislative session last May, North Dakota lawmakers shook up funding for public education in the state.
On the front page of the Devils Lake Journal for Tuesday, Feb. 25 you will find what's "Coming in print," what's only found on our website today and a whole lot more.
DEVILS LAKE -- Terry Haman was lucky for a number of reasons last December.
DEVILS LAKE -- In an action-packed day of Class B basketball on Monday at the Devils Lake Sports Center, four Region 4 teams saw their season come to an end, and four more found themselves moving on to the semifinal round.
On the front page of the Devils Lake Journal for Monday, Feb. 24 you will find what's "Coming in print," what's only found on our website today and a whole lot more.
The mood was light and the stories were hilarious on Saturday night as several people gathered at the Memorial Building for the Duane Schwab Retirement Roast.
DEVILS LAKE -- Sunday evening was a great night for Lake Region State Men’s Basketball (19-11, 4-6 Mon-Dak) for more than one reason.
DEVILS LAKE -- It’s been a frustrating season for Devils Lake girls basketball in many ways, but the Firebirds seem to be hitting a good run of form at just the right time.
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