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FACES OF THE BOOM: Teacher welcomes new faces, diversity to reservation school in western North Dakota
REGIONAL ROUNDUP: Park River OKs school addition, remodeling project
Climbers gather in Grand Forks for competition
N.D. AM radio station makes $900,000 upgrade
MARILYN HAGERTY: Manners matter, especially at Thanksgiving
crime and courts
MEN'S HOCKEY: UND’s Olson scores twice in 3-2 win over St. Cloud State
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: UND finishes strong in Preseason WNIT
PREP VOLLEYBALL: North Star wins state title
WOMEN'S HOCKEY: This time, UND finishes; gets 4-3 win over Ohio State
UND FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Another big start for North Dakota
How to save money the couponer way
Belcourt woman uses all available resources to find coupons
BOOK NOTES: What's new at the local library?
Restaurants, grocery stores offer traditional Thanksgiving dinners
WHAT WE'RE WATCHING: Rankin/Bass specials highlighted in ABC Family’s 25 Days of Christmas
life & style
Donald Leroy Moe
Avis Ramona Oien
Betty Elaine (Magnuson) Perone
Jason Laumb mule deer buck
OUTDOOR REPORT: Fishing, hunting
WEEKLY DNR ENFORCEMENT REPORT: Deer season, Early ice fishing etc.
Jonah Jimenez buck
Opening weekend bucks
OUR OPINION: GOP’s rural surge upends Minnesota politics
LETTER: Ask teachers what’s needed to boost achievement
LETTER: Drive east from Grand Forks, watch gas prices head south
DEB KIEL & DAN FABIAN: Rural Minnesota matters to the new Minnesota House
TIM MATHERN: Clean energy has solid footing in N.D.
40th Wedding Anniversary
60th Wedding Anniversary
August 10, 2014
Course details methods to encourage natural landscapes
Mary Mitchell purchased her home in March, an attractive two-story house positioned in the middle of a quarter-acre lot in Nymore. Now, thanks...
accent / life & style
August 10, 2014 - 3:00am
July 22, 2014
Pace of U.S. home resales rises to eight-month high
U.S. home resales rose in June to their fastest pace in eight months, a signal that the housing market was pulling out of a slump. The National...
July 22, 2014 - 12:08pm
June 30, 2014
Unruly lawns earn local property owners fines
Unkempt lawns can pose health risks to neighboring properties as the untamed areas can become a hideout for pests. That’s why cities such as Grand Forks and East Grand Forks mandate grass be cut before reaching heights beyond 6 to 8 inches.
news / local
June 30, 2014 - 8:00am