NDAD INSIGHTS Who Escaped to the Lake in 2013? See for yourself
The 19th annual Escape to the Lake water recreation event for people with physical disabilities, held near Center, N.D., on June 15,gave more than 30 people -- children and adults -- a chance to water... Posted on 6/27/13 at 2:45 PM
IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! An easy afternoon getaway to Turtle River State Park
Todays blog is written by Michaela Schell, a local writer and business professional.
If you are looking for an afternoon outdoors, Grand Forks is a city filled with parks and activities to soak up th... Posted on 5/28/13 at 10:03 AM
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS Website: UND third healthiest college in U.S.
The University of North Dakota has been named the third healthiest college in the United States by Greatist.com, a health and fitness website promoting wellness by providing factual information that l... Posted on 4/12/12 at 12:29 PM
Citing broken necks, shattered leg bones and one death, some doctors say trampoline parks are dangerous. Governments are starting to take notice, with proposed regulations in Utah and California among the first attempts in the country to address concerns about safety in the burgeoning industry.
On a sweltering afternoon last week, Derek Olson and his friend Casey Young set up a lawn game in the shaded front yard of their Moorhead house. Instead, the two men were getting ready to play kubb, a Swedish throwing game.
The East Grand Forks City Council has been discussing neighborhood growth on the city’s north end for a long time, and Councilman Henry Tweten brought forth a new plan to the council’s work session Tuesday night.
Brian Weiss didn’t grow up in a camping family; neither did his wife, Richel.
But they learned as they went. That didn’t change when kids came along. Daughters Miranda, 14, and Mikayla, 11, are veteran campers, and youngest daughter Megan, 3, is well on her way.
Pleasant summer weather means there will be a lot more bicyclists out and about town and potential for bicycling accidents go up. A lot of accidents, though, can be prevented, according to Pat White, co-owner of The Ski & Bike Shop in Grand Forks. “The big thing right now is to use common sense.”
As a long, sunny holiday weekend approaches, the phones have been ringing off the hooks at the Voyageur’s View resort near Red Lake Falls, Minn, but there will be not tubing this weekend. Voyageur’s View suspended tubing on the river June 22 after about two weeks of operation because of low water levels.
Because of their flat hulls, canoes and kayaks can navigate just about any body of water, but are there trails specifically designated for these types of activities? If so, where are they located and where can a person find information about them?
“Would you use canoes or other recreational equipment on the Red River in Grand Forks?” That was the question in the Herald’s online poll Wednesday. It was asked in connection with a story about Ground UP Adventures, a local nonprofit that wants to rent canoes, kayaks and paddleboards from a boathouse near the river.
Ground UP Adventures, an organization focused on providing adventure and outdoor-based activities for youth, wants to place a boathouse near the river that would rent gear such as canoes, kayaks, paddleboards and bikes.
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