OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Historical Snowstorms and Blizzards
I've written about the Children's Blizzard today, but decided to put it into Reprint because of the focus on history.
I'm very glad that the blizzard we had over the weekend did not kill 250-500 peop... Posted on 1/13/13 at 7:20 PM
THE NEW FORTY It's time to clean out those nooks and crannies...
The Forum has a choice to make. Will it revise its existing policy on wedding announcements to allow for publication of same-sex wedding announcements?
The opportunity for this choice arose froma deni... Posted on 7/24/12 at 10:04 AM
THE DULLUM FILE Casey the Angler
Casey Wonnenberg, the real star of the media fishing tournament last Friday. The only female in the contest, Casey out-fished the "fishermen," catching the biggest catfish by far.&nbs... Posted on 8/6/09 at 1:39 AM
It might not have the kind of national name recognition that Mount Vernon boasts, but a Tuesday vote by the Grand Forks Historic Preservation Commission put The Kegs restaurant one step closer to getting its own place in the history books.
The usual suspects, LGA, relief from state mandates and bonding help for improvements showed up on the East Grand Forks City Council's wish list for the Legislature during its Tuesday strategy session.
Brightening the spirit of passers-by is a holiday tradition for Ron Larson.
This year, like the past 20, Larson’s strung lights on the Christmas decorations, trees and buildings on his farm north of East Grand Forks. Larson also decorates the yard with hand-made snowmen, Santa Clauses and reindeer, which are wrapped in lights.
Shirley Reitmeier set out to raise money to fight cancer. The Crookston woman did, accumulating $10,000 last year and $12,000 this year.
She also set out to raise breast cancer awareness. Well, she certainly accomplished that, too, probably on an even bigger scale than cash.
The city of East Grand Forks won’t be spending more money in 2011. But property owners may see as much as a 7.8 percent tax increase, anyway.
The culprit for that anomaly, as city officials have repeated in recent years, is the cut in local government aid by Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s unallotments.
Former North Dakota workers compensation director Sandy Blunt should have his felony conviction for misspending public funds dismissed because prosecutors withheld evidence before his trial, Blunt's lawyer argued Thursday.
Officials on the Red Lake Indian reservation are using millions of dollars in federal grants to turnaround two of the state’s lowest-performing schools and shake off the lingering effects of a fatal school shooting nearly five years ago.
Judd Sondreal, president of McKinnon company and community activist, dies unexpectedly at 45 "People have been calling from Texas, from California, from all over the country. Every friend who’s called has said, ‘He was my best friend.’ "
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