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. While attending the University of North Dakota, she worked as a news reporter and editor-in-chief of the campus newspaper, The Dakota Student. She now serves as one of its alumni advisers. A native of Valley City, N.D., 23 years worth of winters hasn't scared her out of the state yet.
You can follow Jewett and her reporting projects on her blog www.diggingdeeper.areavoices.com.
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Only two hours after Jose Luis Lopez’s funeral began in Park River, N.D., the St. Paul Police Department announced it had arrested a suspect wanted in the 24-year-old’s murder.
Questions surrounding the legal, moral and ethical use of unmanned aircraft systems continue to multiply as businesses and individuals discover more uses for these devices. There are still gray areas, but a four-person panel attempted to flesh out the black and white Thursday at the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Action Summit in Grand Forks.
The days of observing hundreds of miles of oil pipeline from a plane or dangling 200 feet in the air from a wind tower may soon be behind structural inspectors...
When it comes to unmanned aircraft buzzing through North Dakota skies, researchers at UND have found residents support some uses more than others in a new study. While residents were...
Hundreds of members of the unmanned aircraft systems industry have landed in Grand Forks for the 8th Annual UAS Action Summit.
Terry and Eileen Cook had plans to retire in a cabin they owned on Union Lake in Polk County in Minnesota. After purchasing the lot in 1990, the couple built a $129,000 cabin on it four years later.
Bernie Lenz never had much of his own, according to his friend the Rev. Dean Lyste. “Anytime he accumulated anything, he gave it away,” Lyste said.
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...