EH? PLUS Duluth Grill meets goal
The Duluth Grill has surpassed its Kickstarter campaign goal to raise $10,000 to build an urban orchard on the grounds of an otherwise sea of pavement in Duluths Lincoln Park neighborhood.
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IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! Santa makes his annual stop at Santa's Village in Grand Forks
Grand Forks is lucky to see the Lincoln Park Golf Course Clubhouse transform into Santa's Village every December. The Grand Forks Park District takes the venue to a completely new level with 40 beauti... Posted on 12/11/12 at 11:17 AM
FATHER KNOWS LAST July Weekend
The weekend is here, and there is a lot going on, as usual! Friday morning is my time to have a hearty breakfast at church like Mom used to make on the farm. We had pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, ... Posted on 7/10/09 at 3:46 PM
The fundraiser hosted by the District 17 Democrats will start at 5 p.m. Thursday in Lincoln Park and will feature music from the Peat Moss Band and speakers Andy Zabel, executive director of the North Dakota Democratic-NPL party, and Brandi Schoenberg, Miss North Dakota 2011.
Minor flooding this summer closed the park for about a week The park didn’t open to the public until June this year because of major Red River flooding, with the river reaching its third-highest level on record of 49.87 feet in April.
Gas prices continue to drop
Average retail gasoline prices in North Dakota have decreased 8.4 cents per gallon the past week, averaging $3.70 Sunday, according to gasoline price website NorthDakotaGasPrices.com. Nationally, the average has decreased 4.8 cents per gallon the last week to $3.66.
The goal of walk promoters is to have a walk in every state in the United States during May, which is brain tumor awareness month, said Karla Miller, one of the organizers of the Grand Forks walk. All of the money raised during the walk is used for brain cancer research, Miller said.
Santa Claus and his elves have set up their annual Santa Village workshop at Lincoln Park Golf Course Clubhouse and will open beginning Thursday to meet the public, make ornaments and share cocoa and cookies.
When Grand Forks’ first dog park opened in 2007, the idea was mocked, ridiculed and dismissed as pure folly.
Silly. Stupid. A waste of money. Will there be slides, swings and a merry-go-round for the pooches?
The administration restructuring is being done because Steve Mullally, superintendent of parks, is retiring at the end of the year. Under the long-time structure, Mullally ran the parks and Bill Palmiscno ran recreation, both under head administrator John Staley.
Weather conditions weren’t extreme, but a little sunshine and melting temperatures turned the Lincoln Park course for the inaugural Extreme North Dakota Iceman Triathlon into a slushy, muddy challenge.
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