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- Grand Forks Central student dies after crash
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Dozens of Grand Forks Central High School students linked arms and shed tears Thursday as they slowly approached a memorial at the scene of an accident that killed their 16-year-old classmate McCain Endres a day earlier.
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- Boy Scouts raise their hands at news conference
- James Oliver, left, hugs his brother and fellow Eagle Scout, Will Oliver, who is gay
The Boy Scouts of America threw open its ranks Thursday to gay Scouts but not gay Scout leaders — a fiercely contested compromise that some warned could fracture the organization and lead to mass defections of members
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- An estimated 650 students, faculty members and administrators took part in a statewide tornado drill
After a tornado unleashed its power on Wadena (Minn.) High School on June 17, 2010, the school was so heavily damaged it had to be torn down and rebuilt. When the new $40 million school reopened in Wadena last fall, it
If you live and Grand Forks and are wondering why your water tastes or smells a little funny, don’t worry: It’s perfectly safe. Heavy rains have stirred up a pair of organic chemical compounds that affect taste and odor in water.RELATED CONTENT
An East Grand Forks resident faces drug charges after a vehicle stop Wednesday afternoon on DeMers Avenue in Grand Forks.
Although the number of people who have student debt in North Dakota is among the highest in the nation, the average amount borrowed is among the lowest, according to a recent report.
Heavy rains in the northern Red River Valley will further slow sugar beet planting and could allow American Crystal Sugar Co. growers to plant only 430,000 to 440,000 of the 458,000 acres originally planned, officials of the Moorhead, Minn.-based farmer-owned cooperative said.RELATED CONTENT
A 7-year-old boy was struck by a car Wednesday just as school concluded for the day. Police, EMTs and witnesses surrounded the victim, who was placed on a body board before being loaded onto a stretcher in the ambulance.RELATED CONTENT
Mike Stebbins will see a raise in his salary during the next biennium thanks to the state Legislature. But, he said Wednesday, it could be a larger increase.
Authorities on Thursday recovered the body of a second child killed when a rockslide hit a group of fourth-graders in a St. Paul park a day earlier, and announced that the popular fossil-hunting area would be closed indefinitely.RELATED CONTENT
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It was the running part of track and field that initially soured Katarina Reller on the sport. Now it’s the throwing part that has Reller in state title contention. Reller is a top-three seed in the discus, shot put and javelin going into the ND Class A girls high school track meet.RELATED CONTENT
Broken finger and all, Sammie Smith and West Fargo are playing for the state championship. It marks the first-ever trip to the state team championship for West Fargo, which will take on 11-time defending state champ Grand Forks Red River at 10:30 a.m. today.RELATED CONTENT
Joey Pederson raced his new late model at River Cities Speedway last week. Before the night, he wondered if his new car was as fast and as good as the one he drove to a track championship in 2012. It’s early, but the answer so far is yes.RELATED CONTENT
Our hearts are broken today, and our prayers are with the family of McCain Endres, the 16-year-old Central student who died in a motorcycle accident a block away from school.RELATED CONTENT
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