Minnesota Snowmobiler Lost Since December Found In ND RiverNorth Dakota authorities say the body of missing Minnesota snowmobiler has likely been found in the Sheyenne River near West Fargo. Police say the body was discovered late Tuesday morning and sent to Grand Forks for an autopsy and positive identification.
Search For Missing Minn. Man SuspendedAuthorities have suspended the water search for a snowmobiler who is believed to have gone through the ice on the Sheyenne River at West Fargo.
Missing Moorhead Man's Snowmobile Found In West Fargo RiverOfficials are searching the Sheyenne River in West Fargo for a missing snowmobiler. Police in West Fargo say friends of 34-year-old Cole Schwindt reported him missing Tuesday night when he failed to meet them to go snowmobiling. Divers later found the snowmobile submerged in the river.
'We Lost One Of Our Brothers': College Athlete From Blaine Dies While RaftingFriends, family and teammates are mourning the loss of a college baseball player. On Tuesday, the body of 23-year-old Dan Buehner was recovered from the Sheyenne River in Valley City, North Dakota. Buehner, who grew up in Blaine, was a senior at Valley City State University and a captain on the baseball team.
College Student From Blaine Dies In River Rafting AccidentA 23-year-old college student from Blaine died Monday after the raft he was in flipped in the Sheyenne River in North Dakota, authorities said. Dan Buehner, a Centennial High School graduate, was a senior at Valley City State University was a catcher on the baseball team.
Officials Find Body Of Missing College Student From MinnesotaRescue crews searching the Sheyenne River have found the body of a Valley City State University student who went missing while rafting with two friends. University President Steven Shirley says the victim is Dan Buehner of Blaine, Minn.
Eyes On High Water In Fargo-MoorheadWhile emergency workers in boats and all-terrain vehicles went door-to-door Tuesday in rural areas north of Fargo to check on residents isolated by flooding, the Rev. Emily Nesdahl made dozens of telephone calls ministering to stranded congregation members worn out from three straight years of high water.