247 Clark Haggans was an NFL linebacker who helped lead the Pittsburgh Steelers to victory against the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL. Clark Haggans’ legacy Born in Torrance, California, Haggans was a star athlete at Colorado State University, becoming the school’s all-time sack leader and being inducted into the Colorado State University Athletics Hall… Continue reading Steelers linebacker dies at 46 – .
682 Carol Higgins Clark followed in the footsteps of her mother, Mary Higgins Clark (1927–2020), writing bestselling mystery novels. Carol Higgins Clark’s legacy Higgins Clark studied at her mother’s side – as a young woman, she would retype her mother’s manuscripts. She also helped her mother develop those novel drafts further, discussing how to perfect… Continue reading mystery novelist dies at 66 – .
393 Teresa Taylor was a drummer for Butthole Surfers, an influential underground rock band out of Texas, best known for their wild experiments and their crossover hit, “Pepper.” Teresa Taylor’s legacy Sometimes performing as Teresa Nervosa, Taylor was a drummer for the influential, often weird Texas rock band Butthole Surfers. Born in Arlington, Texas, Taylor… Continue reading Butthole Surfers drummer dies at 60 – .
91 Bob Brown was an offensive tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Rams, and Oakland Raiders in the 1960s and ’70s. Bob Brown’s legacy Brown played college football at the University of Nebraska, where he was an All-American in his senior year. The Cornhuskers later retired his No. 64 jersey. The Eagles chose him… Continue reading NFL Hall of Famer dies at 81 – .
1 Big Pokey was a longtime rapper in the “chopped and screwed” scene out of Houston and a founding member of the Screwed Up Click collective. Big Pokey’s legacy Born Milton Powell in Houston, he was better known by his stage name, Big Pokey. Pokey began rapping in the early 1990s with DJ Screw, who… Continue reading Houston rapper dies at 48 – .
The Northwest Correction Center Reported the arrest of the following- James Micheal Peters III, 33, of Grand Forks, for third-degree drug possession in School/Park/Housing Zone. Coryn Beth Hagen, 41, of East Grand Forks, for failure to appear in court. The Crookston Fire Department (CFD) responded to the following calls on 6/19/2023 – At 2:30 a.m.,… Continue reading POLK COUNTY ARREST/FIRE REPORT – June 20, 2023
The Northwest Regional Corrections Center reported the arrest of the following- Mohamed Omar Sharif, 28 no address provided, for first degree drug sales Charlie Sharlenne Counts, 42 no address provided, of third degree drug possession of a schedule 1 or 2 narcotic in a school, park, public housing zone. The post ARREST/FIRE REPORT –… Continue reading POLK COUNTY ARREST/FIRE REPORT – June 19, 2023
Bonita Rose Kempenich, 61, passed away on June 15, 2023, at RiverView Health in Crookston, MN. Bonita was born to Joseph and Gloria (Sobkowich) Hnatiuk on January 22, 1962, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Growing up in Winnipeg, she graduated from J.H. Bruns Collegiate and was employed with Revenue Canada during the 1980s. Later on,… Continue reading Bonita Rose Kempenich – OBIT
The Northwest Correction Center reported the arrest of the following. Jon Micheal Peltier, 34, of Crookston, for fifth-degree drug possession over a controlled substance. Licia Marie Peltier, 31, of Crookston, for fifth-degree drug possession over a controlled substance. The post ARREST/FIRE REPORT – June 16, 2023 appeared first on trfnews.i234.me.
Arthur Pete Benoy, age 87, of Mentor, MN, passed away on Tuesday, June 13th, at his home. On March 11, 1957, Pete and Bonnita “Bonnie” Stone united in love at Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Crookston, MN. Their love story blessed them with four wonderful children, Victoria (Charles) Mogilevsky, Ricky (Janice) Benoy, Constance (William)… Continue reading Arthur “Pete” Benoy – OBIT