IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! Halloween fun in Greater Grand Forks
Today's blog is brought to you from local blogger and business person Michaela Schell.
The Halloween fun in Greater Grand Forks doesn't just happen on October 31st. Events are happening all week long... Posted on 10/16/13 at 3:50 PM
FATHER KNOWS LAST My Running Friends
What do you do when you get together with your friends? Do you eat and drink? Do you celebrate life events like birthdays, marriages, and the joy of children? Do you discuss politics and religion? ... Posted on 10/14/13 at 2:21 PM
With full congressional approval in sight, the Fargo-Moorhead Diversion’s real battle can soon begin: for federal money. The U.S. House on Wednesday authorized the proposed $1.8 billion flood protection project, joining the Senate in approving the diversion and a handful of other water infrastructure projects across the nation.
Devils Lake Basin officials are renewing a campaign to allow water from Stump Lake to flow naturally to the Tolna Coulee, even though more than $100 million has been spent in the past decade to build outlets that pump a maximum of 600 cubic feet of water per second to the Sheyenne River about five months a year.
Pat Doar doesn’t race regularly at River Cities Speedway. But the New Richmond, Wis., driver may want to reconsider his race schedule. Doar won the opening feature of the seventh annual John Seitz Memorial Late Model Invitational at the quarter-mile track Thursday night, edging RCS regular Brad Seng by 0.134 seconds in the 25-lap main event that wasn’t decided until the final corner.
Mississippi River barge operators squeezed by last year's drought girded Friday against the prospect of new troubles from the waterway now that it's swollen from heavy rains and threatening to crimp shipments of everything from steel and cement to fertilizer and grain.
Flood warnings are in effect in Polk, Clearwater, Mahnomen, Hubbard and southern Beltrami counties until 6 p.m. Tuesday as snow continues to melt and rain is expected Monday night, the National Weather Service said on Sunday.
For most corners of North Dakota, the winter of 2013 has extended well beyond the calendar declaration of spring. Except for a few robins in the trees, Canada geese filtering in and the first pitch of major league baseball, spring really has struggled to win over winter.
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