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The first competitors in the cardboard sled race take off down the hill. Jennifer Johnson/Grand Forks herald play button
Frigid temps not enough to keep people from Frosty Bober Winter Carnival
44 min 17 sec ago
Funeral for slain Fargo police officer set for Feb. 22 at Scheels Arena
5 hours 26 min ago
Court dispositions from Grand Forks County, Feb. 12, 2016
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Michaela Dampare practices a leap during the I Heart Dance party at the North Dakota Ballet Company in Grand Forks Friday evening. (Sara Porter/Grand Forks Herald) play button
Kids show their love for dancing at North Dakota Ballet Company party
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John Hageman
Around Town: Shoe Carnival to open in Columbia Mall
10 hours 47 min ago
Student faces expulsion for bringing BB gun to Central High
21 hours 7 min ago
Julia Gloria Holm
Second woman in Fosston meth bust sentenced to 3 months in jail
February 12, 2016 - 5:20pm
Grand Forks Schools denies 36 in-district transfer requests
February 12, 2016 - 5:36pm
Boardwalk loan mediation 'ongoing,' no word on potential agreement
23 hours 11 min ago
OUR OPINION: Fargo Officer Moszer’s name will live on -- forever
18 hours 53 min ago
Meghan Dufault (19) prepaies to take a shot at  St. Cloud's goal in the first period of  Friday's game at the Ralph Engelstad Arena. Jesse Trelstad/ Grand Forks Herald
WOMEN'S HOCKEY: Huskies pick up first win over Fighting Hawks since 2010
19 hours 27 min ago
Corene Vaughn, left, works with fellow Northeast ND Heritage Association board members Katherine Lunde and Mary Ellen Kirkeng to finish an exhibit on the culture of the Metis, a new ethnic group of descendents of European fur traders and Native Women born out of the Northern Plains fur trade industry in the 19th century. The exhibit opens Sunday at the Pioneer Heritage Center at Icelandic State Park near Cavalier.  Photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald
Group to host exhibit on fur traders who influenced North Dakota's past, culture
February 12, 2016 - 4:24pm
Nicholas Barth of West Fargo protests the Thursday shooting of a police officer while standing Friday, Feb. 12, 2016, in front of the Fargo Police Department. “I thought I'd just come out and show my support,” he said.Michael Vosburg / Forum News Service
In signs, donations and piles of food, sympathy pours in for fallen Fargo officer
21 hours 27 min ago
Plane: A small 1977 Thrush Ayers S2R landed safely on Interstate 94 just east of Sterling on Friday.(Submitted).
Crop dusting plane forced to land on Interstate 94
20 hours 42 min ago
Jake Blum
Republican announces run for District 42 House
1 hour 6 min ago

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