STAFF BLOG SANTA CLAUS GIRLS What are you doing Friday morning?
We need your help! The Santa Claus Girls are looking for volunteers to deliver packages the morning of Friday, Dec. 13th.
If you are interested in delivering packages come to the alley entrance of t... Posted on 12/12/13 at 8:46 AM
FATHER KNOWS LAST Running is a Sport
Sport: noun, an athletic activity requiring skill or physical prowess and often of a competitive nature, as racing, baseball, tennis, golf, bowling, wrestling, boxing, hunting, fishing, etc. Diction... Posted on 10/15/13 at 4:17 PM
The Herald never would print such drivel and bias about the Muslim faith or the Protestant faith.
Please check articles for offensive material concerning all people, and treat everyone with dignity and respect — even the Catholics.
Grand Forks Central senior Alec Lazur played on the fourth line of the state champion Knights last season, stuck behind a plethora of standout forwards.
Lazur’s role has increased this season, and he’s making the most of it.
Lazur scored three goals Friday night to lift the Knights to a 5-2 win over Fargo Davies in the semifinals of the Herald Jason Stadstad Hockey Classic at Ralph Engelstad Arena.
The UND Center for Human Rights and Genocide Studies will host renowned journalist and scholar Dr. James Boys, the British Broadcasting Corp.’s chief U.S. political correspondent, on for a weeklong fellowship, beginning Monday.
An investigation into a loaded shotgun found hidden inside the Grand Forks Herald’s downtown building may be resolved in the next few days, the newspaper’s publisher and editor said in e-mail to staff Thursday.
The discovery of a loaded shotgun hidden in the downtown offices of the Grand Forks Herald rattled the newspaper’s staff Monday, leaving them and investigators wondering who stashed the gun there and why.
I’m not sure how far he walked, but one of the Herald’s haulers, Jim Rodriguez , stopped, picked him up, drove him to Thompson, N.D., for gas and then back to the truck, where the three stubborn men who had refused to stop for gas waited.
About 110 people gathered on a warm Sunday in a picnic shelter in Sherlock Park in East Grand Forks for a “Tea Party.” Attendees demonstrated deep opposition to the way things in Washington, and at a certain local newspaper, are going.
In the past 60 days, I’ve talked to scores, if not hundreds, of Herald readers. Some are angry, but most are disappointed about what’s happened at the Herald. None are more disappointed than I. But the changes we’ve made had to come.
FOSSTON, Minn. — The first reports of something amiss in the wheat fields east of here came early Sunday from barking dogs and bawling cows, but no livestock is missing — no people, either — so locals seem inclined to doubt that alien spaceships made a stop at Dean Sorgaard’s place.
Still, after a UPS driver passing through the area relayed sightings of mysterious “crop circles” to Fosston Mayor Jim Offerdahl, the mayor drove out to check for himself.
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