Education and workforce are among the areas a group of Red River Valley leaders are focusing on to find new economic and social opportunities for the region, representatives of the project said Thursday.
Grand Forks Herald, 10/03/2013
A liquor store plans to open a second location in a new retail center on South 42nd Street, across from the Alerus Center in Grand Forks.
Grand Forks Herald, 09/23/2013
I don’t need a smartphone. I don’t want a smartphone. I’m probably going to get a smartphone. Once I get a smartphone, my friends tell me, my life will be much different.
Grand Forks Herald, 09/22/2013
Grand Forks’ housing market has made progress toward correcting a home shortage this year, but members of the Chamber of Commerce say making more data available will encourage more construction.
Grand Forks Herald, 09/06/2013
Workplace safety officials have been investigating what they say were several safety violations at American Crystal Sugar’s East Grand Forks factory this year.
Grand Forks Herald, 09/05/2013
The Libertarian Party in North Dakota has delivered enough signatures to the state to have its candidates appear on 2014 ballots.
Grand Forks Herald, 08/30/2013
A group planning a nitrogen fertilizer plant near Grand Forks said Tuesday they are in the process of purchasing a site and are meeting other goals for the $1.5 billion project.
Grand Forks Herald, 08/27/2013
The Silver Dollar Pawn Shop in Grand Forks will close Wednesday after nearly 30 years, according to its co-owner. Jim Bassett said he and his wife, Fran, decided to close the store because they could not find someone to buy it.
Grand Forks Herald, 08/24/2013
Canadian Pacific railroad has furloughed approximately 30 workers in recent months from its operation in Thief River Falls, according to union officials. The job cuts are among roughly 90 furloughs at CP sites across Minnesota that the United Transportation Union has counted since October 2012.
Grand Forks Herald, 08/15/2013
Housing is becoming harder for more Minnesotans to afford because of rising costs and falling incomes, increasing the share of people living in homes they cannot afford, according to a new study.
Grand Forks Herald, 08/13/2013
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