(4) Rick Helling
The Marlins pitcher from Devils Lake won 20 games in 1998 for the Rangers.
Site of the Pembina County Fair's annual harness races.
(6) University of North Dakota
Hockey is king on the Grand Forks campus; the Fighting Sioux have won seven Division I titles and produced 108 NHL draft picks.
(7) Don Barcome Jr.
The 2002 U.S. Olympic curler from Grand Forks was a three-time junior national champion.
(8) Cliff (Fido) Purpur
In 1934 the Hockey Hall of Famer from Grand Forks became the first North Dakotan to play in the NHL.
(9) Virgil Hill
The four-time world champion boxer, who won a silver medal in the middleweight class at the 1984 Olympics, was raised in Grand Forks.
(10) Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota led NCAA hockey teams in attendance in 2002-03 as fans packed 11,104-seat Ralph Engelstad Arena, named for the alum who gave $100 million toward the NHL-caliber building on the condition that the team keep the name Fighting Sioux and bring back its Indian-head logo.
(11) Brooks Bollinger
The former University of Wisconsin quarterback from Grand Forks is now a backup with the Jets.
(12) Newman Outdoor Field
The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks of the independent Northern League regularly sell out the 4,623-seat baseball stadium, which is also home to North Dakota State's team.