Brandi Jewett is an enterprise reporter with a focus on northwest Minnesota for the Grand Forks Herald. Other positions she has held at the Herald include city government reporter, general assigment reporter and news intern. 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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Students are filling rental housing around UND and that means their cars are also filling the neighborhoods’ streets. Grand Forks rental homes are required to provide off-street parking for tenants,...
City and county law enforcement agencies here are one step closer to becoming a member of a regional crime task force.
From abandoned shopping carts to overgrown lawns, a steady flow of concerns have begun flowing through Grand Forks’ new online reporting system. The system went live with the city’s new...
House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer received a peek into the present and future development of unmanned aircraft technologies during a Thursday tour of Grand Forks Air Force Base.
Grand Forks’ latest music festival will be going to the dogs — and that’s exactly what organizers want. The first Woofstock music festival, set for 1 to 7 p.m. on Sept. 21 in Town Square, will bring together regional music acts, pet lovers and animals up for adoption or in foster care through the Circle of Friends Humane Society. Admission will be a free-will offering, and proceeds will benefit Circle of Friends. To organizer and shelter volunteer Kevin Fuglseth, combining his love for animals and music would be a great way to raise money for the shelter.
It was a photo of his brother in military uniform on James Foley’s laptop that earned the kidnapped reporter harsher treatment from his captors, former prisoners told European news media this week.
Grand Forks resident Jordan McIntyre discovered triathlons while attending chiropractor school in Portland, Ore. Now, the hockey player turned triathlete wants to bring them to Grand Forks in the form...
With all six of its unmanned aircraft systems research test sites operational, the Federal Aviation Administration is turning its attention to creating a UAS Center of Excellence. UND has confirmed it will be among those vying to be part of the center, which will study challenges surrounding the integration of unmanned systems into commercial airspace.
To get a better picture of what tomorrow’s university libraries will look like and offer, UND’s Director of Libraries Wilbur Stolt is doing some digging.
Residents from Warroad, Minn., have spoken and an organization threatening to sue its school district over the use of an American Indian logo, the Warriors, has listened. The National Coalition Against Racism in Sports and Media rescinded an Aug. 15 letter it sent to Warroad Public Schools threatening legal action if the district does not begin transitioning away from the logo.