Police release name of man who drowned
Minot Police have released the name of a man whose body was found in the Souris River in Minot last week.
The man was identified as Michael Alumbaugh, 47. No address was given.
Alumbaugh's body was recovered from the Souris River in the area beneath the Broadway viaduct Aug. 16, according to a news release from Minot Police. Police, fire and ambulance personnel responded to the scene.
Harvey man dies in one-vehicle highway rollover
WILLISTON - Dan Jessop Jr., 41, of Harvey, died Thursday in a one-car rollover.
Jessop's vehicle was traveling north on Williams County Road 1, approximately one mile north of U.S. Highway 2. Jessop failed to negotiate the curve and the vehicle left the road and overturned. The vehicle came to rest in the east ditch on the driver's side facing west.
Jessop, who was not wearing a seat belt, was ejected from the vehicle.
- Jill Hambek
Two-vehicle accident near Ruthville kills one
A Minot man was killed in a two-vehicle accident Wednesday north of Minot.
Hugo Krenzel, 70, was driving a 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier north on U.S. Highway 83 on Wednesday. Steven Kopp, Minot Air Force Base, driver of a 2004 Dodge Ram pickup, was traveling south on U.S. Highway 83. Krenzel turned left to cross the southbound lanes of U.S. Highway 83, but failed to yield to Kopp's vehicle.
The front of the Dodge pickup struck the passenger side of the Cavalier vehicle and the Cavalier came to rest in the southbound lanes on its wheels facing south. Krenzel, who was not wearing a seatbelt, was partially ejected. The Dodge pickup came to rest in the west ditch on the passenger side facing west.
- Jill Hambek
Devils Lake water tour set for Sept. 6
DEVILS LAKE The Devils Lake Basin Joint Water Resource Board and the North Dakota Water Education Foundation are co-hosting a tour of the Devils Lake region Sept. 6.
The tour will include Devils Lake Dam construction through Lake Wood area, Grahams Island State Park, inundated land in the Churchs Ferry and Penn areas, and East End Outlet and Tolna Coulee control structure.
The tour is open to the public. Cost is $20 per person, and includes transportation, informational materials, meals, refreshments and a one-year subscription to the North Dakota Water magazine. The tour begins and ends in Devils Lake.