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Two Minnesota Secretary of State candidates: Two different priorities
CAT to apply for more state transit funding
Kavanaugh vows to fight misconduct allegations as Trump, Republicans dig in
One of the first to sign up in early 1960s, Peace Corps volunteer from Minnesota dedicates new historical marker
Rare two-headed copperhead snake found in East Coast
crime and courts
The Beatles tribute coming to Grand Forks
Feeling proud from the top down: Project Naptural promotes embracing the beauty of black hair
Minnesota artists bringing back Yellowstone Trail markers
Back to the drawing board: Columnist Swift rediscovers love for art after career in writing
Grand Forks symphony celebrates 110th anniversary
Minnesota History Center's international partnership leads to app for people with dementia
Water is a health 'food' not to be overlooked
Marilyn Hagerty: Saturday's parade was one for the ages
Filmmaker Ken Burns makes Mayo Clinic documentary
EpiPen shortage persists for some: Lifesaving device still in short supply as prices rise
Griffen having a 'personal matter,' misses Vikings practice again
Timberwolves' Towns, owner Glen Taylor find $190 million of common ground
Timberwolves won't make 'bad deal' for Butler, Thibodeau insists
Vikings' Cook: There's a 'good chance' I'll play against Rams
Bemidji State picked fifth in WCHA preseason polls, Minnesota State again the favorite
Richard "Dick" Flanagan
Olivia (Mary) Hermann
Roland O. "Ronnie" Hensrud
Mike Olson adds touring walleye pro to his fishing addictions list
BRAD DOKKEN COLUMN: Perch Patrol buys Mitchell's Guide Service on Devils Lake from Jason Mitchell
OUTDOORS NOTEBOOK: DNR adds security layer to online harvest registration, Remaining North Dakota wild turkey tags available Sept. 26, Minnesota improves spruce grouse survey
Historic duck camp tradition lives on: Conservation easements will keep shoreline undeveloped to protect wild rice.
Commentary: Senator Heitkamp won’t say where she stands on North Dakota’s measure to legalize recreational marijuana
Commentary: Kavanaugh travesty is a preview of how Democrats would govern if Heitkamp wins
Commentary: Recreational marijuana: I'm high on the idea
Letter: How inconvenient: Herald now a day late
Letter: No justice in case of unborn girl's death
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September 23, 2018
Legislators consider registration fee for electric vehicles
Gas tax collections may have exceeded state expectations this year, but some state legislators say they're still not high enough to support statewide road and highway repairs. "Our gasoline tax doesn't generate what it used to," said State Sen. Curt Kreun, R-Grand Forks. That's why...
September 23, 2018 - 8:00am
September 13, 2018
MPO still considering new bridge sites
Local transportation leaders are looking at five locations for a fourth bridge over the Red River, which they likely won't build for another...
September 13, 2018 - 3:26pm
September 8, 2018
New plan to keep fixing DMV computers: Use Real ID driver’s license funds
ST. PAUL — Minnesota officials have come up with a plan to continue trying to fix and upgrade the state’s beleaguered computer system for...
September 8, 2018 - 11:14am
August 15, 2018
Railway seeks historic designation
DULUTH—Efforts to preserve the Lake Superior and Mississippi Railroad received a boost this week, when the Duluth Planning Commission voted 8-0 in support of designating the line a local historic resource. The future of the volunteer-run scenic railway has been thrown into question...
August 15, 2018 - 7:32pm
July 22, 2018
Family opposes bridge through Badlands ranch: Public hearings set this week for Little Missouri River crossing
BILLINGS COUNTY, N.D. — A long-discussed proposal to build a new bridge across the Little Missouri River takes a step forward this week,...
July 22, 2018 - 5:00am
June 25, 2018
Grand Forks City Council reviews new cab company application and a policy to improve streets
Grand Forks City Council members got their first look at an application to license a new cab company in the area during a committee meeting Monday...
June 25, 2018 - 8:22pm
June 9, 2018
Costly future for ND highways: Cost of repairs a growing problem for NDDOT
MINOT, N.D. — Wear and tear on North Dakota highways is expected. Some roadways are heavily traveled, often by heavy vehicles that increase general wear. Winters are tough on roadways too. Ice that expands in fissures and cracks can cause significant damage to paved surfaces....
June 9, 2018 - 7:21pm
June 8, 2018
Minnesota's loneliest road: A quiet and unspoiled slice of rural America
FERTILE, Minn. — The day started out a pleasant 62 degrees. The fuzz from the cottonwood trees drifted lightly, and like a chocolate layer...
June 8, 2018 - 6:00am
June 1, 2018
Trucker shortage has industry recruiters in overdrive
WEST FARGO—A driver shortage has recruitment efforts in overdrive as area trucking companies seek to attract a younger generation to an...
June 1, 2018 - 3:55pm
150 air-mile exemption provides flexibility for ag-related transportation
BISMARCK—Efforts to maintain safe transport of livestock has resulted in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration issuing final...
June 1, 2018 - 11:26am
May 28, 2018
Duluth software firm develops updated ship tracker
DULUTH—As long as there have been ships there has been a curiosity for shipping news. "The No. 1 question we receive is, 'When is the next...
May 28, 2018 - 9:05pm
Grand Forks gears up for bike-sharing system
With the approval of a new ordinance city officials say will bring a healthy transportation option to the community, Grand Forks residents soon...
May 28, 2018 - 9:44am
May 21, 2018
Bonding could be Legislature's last man standing
May 21, 2018 - 4:33pm
May 14, 2018
Duluth's electric buses arriving soon
DULUTH — The Duluth Transit Authority's Jim Caywood spent last week in Greenville, S.C., where he was the first local person to set eyes...
May 14, 2018 - 6:05am
May 12, 2018
Many issues still on the table as Minnesota legislative session enters its final week
ST. PAUL—Ideas never really die at the Minnesota Legislature. There's almost always a glimmer of hope that a proposal will make it through, until the House and Senate are forced by state law to adjourn on "the first Monday after the third Saturday in May." This year, that's...
May 12, 2018 - 10:23am