Rachael Hammarback will not be offering any 75-percent-off deals or clothes priced at cost at her downtown Grand Forks store, RH Standard, but she will make a promise.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/28/2013
The pastor who helped Augustana Lutheran Church look beyond its walls into its Grand Forks neighborhood was the center of a congregation gathering Saturday to mark her retirement from her work.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/23/2013
The online auction of the Liberty Lanes bowling alley in East Grand Forks ended with a bid of $223,000 Thursday. No information about the buyer of the business was available Thursday afternoon.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/21/2013
The company planning to build a $1.7 billion nitrogen fertilizer plant near Grand Forks has reached a tentative agreement with a major Chinese engineering firm.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/19/2013
Liberty Lanes, at 1500 Fifth Ave. N.E., goes up for sale at 11 a.m. today on the online auction site, Tranzon.com, and bidding will continue until 12:45 p.m. Thursday.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/18/2013
Residents of the Northlands Rescue Mission in Grand Forks will have to get by on cold meals and the generosity of donors until next week as the homeless shelter waits for a new water heater.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/14/2013
Longtime Grand Forks resident Barb Lander, well-known for her community work and as a member of one of the city’s founding families, died Monday.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/12/2013
Residents in some area Minnesota school districts approved funding for building projects or operating costs in referendum votes Tuesday.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/05/2013
Clay Willoughby was among 24 participants who tested their skills with foils at the UND Wellness Center in Grand Forks on Saturday for the regional 2013 Lewis and Clark Fencing Open.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/02/2013
Actions by Grand Forks City Council member Doug Christensen did not pose a conflict of interest according to state law or city code, according to City Attorney Howard Swanson.
Grand Forks Herald, 10/17/2013