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Had a interesting evening last night helping moderate the Young Professionals Grand Forks Mayoral Debate betweenMayor Michael Brown and City Council member Tyrone Grandstrand. Thanks to Stacey, Evan a... Posted on 5/23/12 at 5:50 AM
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Mike Brown of the Tulsa World newspaper conducted an informal survery of media and sports information directorsfor Summit League men's basketball player and coach of the year. Here is his results with... Posted on 2/23/12 at 11:46 AM
From the first years of flood recovery and rebuilding to today, Stauss has been a champion for East Grand Forks. He has been in Washington and St. Paul working tirelessly for the community and citizens.
In the closely watched race for North Dakota’s open Senate seat, U.S. Rep. Rick Berg continues to pile up endorsements from mayors of the state’s largest cities, but Fargo Mayor Dennis Walaker won’t be one of them.
Grand Forks Mayor Mike Brown has come under fire for his decision to provide a city department head with a nearly $25,000 raise this year.
Pete Haga, the city community / government relations officer, received the raise in May after his position was reviewed by the city’s human resources office.
Grand Forks Mayor Mike Brown is proposing a slight increase in property taxes and utility rates in the 2013 budget. The mayor’s staff presented the preliminary budget to City Council members for the first time Tuesday evening.
By the end of his fourth term in 2016, Mike Brown will have been mayor of Grand Forks twice as long as anyone else. He already has served four years longer than anyone before him, but he hopes his mark on the city will be more than the length of his tenure.
Grand Forks Mayor Mike Brown has won a fourth term, beating Ward 2 City Council member Tyrone Grandstrand, 69-31 percent. A total of 11,892 votes were cast, according to complete but unofficial results from the Secretary of State’s office.
Grand Forks’ two candidates for mayor met Tuesday for a debate covering points that have become themes in this year’s election, including housing, planning and the incumbent’s record of directing the city’s services versus the challenger’s promise to plan better and devote more time to the job.
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