Brandi Jewett is an enterprise reporter for the Grand Forks Herald and reports on a variety of topics. Other positions she has held at the Herald include city government reporter, general assigment reporter and news intern. She also serves as an alumni adviser to UND's Dakota Student newspaper. A native of Valley City, N.D., 24 years worth of winters haven't scared her out of the state yet.
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A regional child care shortage is putting the squeeze on parents, especially those not working typical daylight hours.
A judge has ordered the trial of a Finley, N.D., woman accused of murdering her husband be moved from Steele County to Cass County.
A new study says North Dakota would enjoy some major advantages if it were to produce fertilizer, which could happen as early as 2017 at a proposed plant near Grand...
Every day for the next two weeks, UND student Caleb Kobilansky will be running a marathon. That’s the minimum distance the 21 year old will need to cover each day in order to reach Williston by June 15.
An event featuring local authors Saturday was a store grand-reopening and an early birthday celebration all in one for Ferguson Books & Media in Grand Forks. After merging two store...
Sometimes I wish I was a turtle. Not because getting stuck on my back sounds like a blast, but the act of moving is a whole lot easier when your...
When Bob Kringlen and his wife Delores sold the house they shared for 23 years in Larimore, N.D., last summer, everything in the sale process had seemed to fall into...
With the Minnesota State Legislature’s latest session behind her, House Majority Leader Erin Murphy, D-St. Paul, said she and other legislators are setting their sights on the state’s future.
Skeletons of furniture and machinery protruding from ashes are all that remain of the Terra Cotta Ballroom building in Pisek, N.D. The cause has not been revealed by fire officials. Regional Fire Marshal Bruce Langerud said the investigation is still active and a report won’t be issued for a couple of weeks.
Robert Stover, 61, has farmed all his life in the Larimore, N.D., area but this year has proven to be one of the most difficult. A soggy spring delaying planting is the least of his worries. Stover is battling chronic lymphocytic leukemia. That’s where an organization called Farm Rescue entered the picture.