Incident Incident type: Injury ICR: 23321782 Date/Time: 11/04/2023 18:49 District: 3200 Thief River Falls Case Information Contact: 218-683-8410 Media Contact: Sgt. Jesse Grabow (218) 639-3168 Location: Westbound Highway 2, Milepost 111, BEMIDJI, Beltrami County Description: The Ford Escape was westbound on Highway 2 when the vehicle left the roadway and rolled. … Continue reading Westbound Highway 2, Milepost 111, BEMIDJI, Beltrami County
Crash 2023-11-04 21:57:44
THOMPSON, ND (trfnews.i234.me) A man arrested for DUI by Thompson, North Dakota for DUI was traveling at 111 miles per hour and thought he was by Fargo. * Suspects address not listed on court documents.
129 Carmen Sevilla, a Spanish-born actress from the Golden Age of Hollywood, portrayed characters in major epics like “King of Kings” and “Antony and Cleopatra.” Carmen Sevilla’s legacy Born in Seville, Spain, Sevilla began her career in entertainment as a dancer in the early 1940s, but by the end of the decade had started to… Continue reading Golden Age actress dies at 92 – .
228 Ryan Mallett’s career as a quarterback in professional football included stints with the New England Patriots, Houston Texans, and Baltimore Ravens. Ryan Mallett’s legacy Born in Batesville, Arkansas but growing up in Texarkana, Texas, Mallett was a rising star in high school, at one time ranked the Number 2 quarterback and Number 4 overall… Continue reading former QB with the Patriots dies at 35 – .
203 John Goodenough was a scientist who won the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work in the creation of the rechargeable lithium-ion battery. John Goodenough’s legacy Goodenough studied physics at the University of Chicago after serving as a meteorologist in the U.S. Army during World War II. He then joined the Lincoln Laboratory… Continue reading Nobel winner dies at 100 – .
109 H. Lee Sarokin ruled in several high-profile cases during his time as a United States circuit court judge. He freed Rubin “Hurricane” Carter after saying the prosecution was tainted by racism and ruled against the tobacco industry in a civil liability lawsuit. H. Lee Sarokin’s legacy Born in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, Sarokin earned… Continue reading judge who freed “Hurricane” Carter dies at 94 – .
378 Julian Sands was a British actor known for roles in movies including “A Room with a View,” “Warlock,” and “Arachnophobia.” Julian Sands’ legacy Sands began his acting career in the early 1980s with supporting roles in movies including “Oxford Blues” and “The Killing Fields.” He played the romantic lead in the Merchant Ivory film… Continue reading British actor dies at 65 – .
80 Nicolas Coster was an actor best known for his role as Lionel Lockridge in the soap opera “Santa Barbara.” Nicolas Coster’s legacy Coster originated the role of soap opera family patriarch Lionel Lockridge, and he was one of only a handful of “Santa Barbara” actors whose characters were never recast. He was nominated for… Continue reading Santa Barbara star dies at 89 – .
267 Dean Smith was a gold medal-winning Olympic sprinter and notable Hollywood stuntman. He doubled for stars like John Wayne, Roy Rogers, and Paul Newman in films like “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” and “The Towering Inferno.” Dean Smith’s legacy Born in Breckenridge, Texas, Smith’s athleticism was at the center of almost every career… Continue reading Olympian, movie stuntman dies, 91 – .
112 Jesse McReynolds was a singer and mandolin player who was one half of the long-running bluegrass duo, Jim and Jesse, and the oldest cast member of the Grand Ole Opry. Jesse McReynolds’s legacy Born in Coeburn, Virginia, McReynolds and his brother, Jim, grew up immersed in the music of the region. Their grandfather, Charlie… Continue reading Jim and Jesse singer dies at 93 – .