OSU study says pitbulls and dogs with wide mouths cause most damage when bites occur

In a study on dog bite severity by breed and type conducted by Ohio State Wexner Medical Center, researchers looked at data from 15 years of emergency room visits and information from other studies. Their findings: injuries from pitbulls are more frequent and severe. Watch the video recap of the study and read the full

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LOXTERCAMP SHINES AS SABRE DOGS WIN BIG

BRANDON, MB- The Sabre Dogs got their largest blowout of the year, beating the Wheat City Whiskey Jacks with the final score of 14-1. The game went nearly perfect for the Dogs as George Loxtercamp got his first start as a Sabre Dog and pitched superbly. He went the distance and gave up just one

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SABRE DOGS DROP FIRST GAME OF ROAD TRIP, LOSE 5-2 TO WHISKEY JACKS

BRANDON, MB- The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs lose Tuesday night 5-2 to the Wheat City Whiskey Jacks. This snaps a ten-game losing streak for the Whiskey Jacks. It wasn’t the offense’s night on Tuesday, as they were not able to get more than two runs against a Whiskey Jacks’ pitching staff that has a collective

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DOGS WIN WITH EIGHT INNINGS FROM MARCELLO TERRAZAS IN HIS SABRE DOGS DEBUT

MINOT, ND- The Sabre Dogs were able to regroup Monday night after a disappointing outing on Sunday. They won 4-2 against the Wheat City Whiskey Jacks. Things could have not gone much better for Marcello Terrazas in his Sabre Dogs debut. He is the first Sabre Dog to complete eight innings this season. He did

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SABRE DOGS MAKE UP OPENING DAY GAME TONIGHT

The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs will play one final game for the homestand tonight, as they will welcome the Wheat City Whiskey Jacks to make up a previously scheduled game Originally scheduled back on May 24 as the season opener, the game was postponed as a result of unfavorable weather conditions and the game was moved

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If City Hall doesn’t succeed, neither do we

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this was incorrectly attributed to Josh Wolsky. This has been updated to reflect the correct author, Jim Maxson. If there are more thankless jobs than being on the Minot City Council or being Minot’s Mayor, I have no idea what they may be. The present administration inherited some pre-existing

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Minot City Council Agenda, Monday, June 17, 2019

Minot’s City Council will meet for their second of two regular monthly meetings to consider the agenda below on Monday, June 17th at 5:30 p.m. All meetings are open to the public and can be attended at Minot City Hall or watched via Internet livestream through the City’s Facebook page here or Youtube Channel here.

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DOGS UNABLE TO GET SWEEP, LOSE TO HOTSHOTS 16-6

MINOT, ND- After two nearly perfect games on Friday and Saturday, the Souris Valley Sabre Dogs were humbled with an offensive barrage by the Hub City Hotshots. The Sabre Dogs allowed the most runs in a game this season as they gave up 16 to the Hotshots with 14 of those runs coming in the

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