STAFF BLOG CITY STREET BEAT Art money debate resurfaces at Grand Forks council
The Grand Forks City Council wont be revisiting a vote it made two weeks ago that reaffirmed city art grants must be given only to groups with arts-based missions.
Council member Tyrone Grandstrand a... Posted on 11/5/13 at 11:02 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Rural Reflections Radio
Here is this week's Rural Reflections Radio program, It just ain't October... Posted on 10/17/13 at 5:58 AM
STAFF BLOG NIE ROCKS! Red River Valley History - coming Friday, Oct. 11
I am pleased to tell you about a Newspapers in Education supplement called Red River Valley History coming Friday, October 11 in copies of both the Grand Forks Herald and The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead.
... Posted on 10/9/13 at 7:34 AM
BISON MEDIA BLOG Bison PostGame Show vs Northern Iowa
A long day but a fun one no doubt, as NDSU rallies from a 23-10 4th quarter deficit and beat Northern Iowa 24-23, the 14th straight win for the Bison, who are now 5-0, 2-0 in the Valley and set themse... Posted on 10/6/13 at 2:10 AM
It’s clear that 1997 was a watershed year in the Red River Valley. No pun intended. It was water that brought a new awareness of risk and reward to valley residents. The Red River delivered an enormous volume of water that spring.
Gordon Gronhovd, director in the 1970s of what became UND’s Energy and Environmental Research Center and a pioneer researcher in the better use of “low-rank” coal such as North Dakota’s lignite, died Friday in 4000 Valley Square, Woodside Village, in Grand Forks. He was 82.
County officials in North Dakota are not of the same mind when it comes to accepting federal stimulus money to help pay for certain economic development projects. Grand Forks County commissioners have declared the county a “recovery zone,” opening the door to more than $30 million, while Burleigh County commissioners have decided against a recovery zone designation and $9 million.
An epidemic pine beetle attack has South Dakota’s Black Hills looking more like the Red Hills. The Harney Peak area is dealing with more than four times as many insects as researchers have ever seen before, and crews are heading into the popular hiking trails to combat the problem.
With his dad in the hospital recovering from heart bypass surgery, Gronwold led every lap on the way to winning the Midwest Modifieds feature. The victory wrapped up his second points championship at the West Fargo track. Gronwold entered the night with a 14-point lead over Rich Pavlicek in the points standings.
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