Charly Haley covers city government for the Grand Forks Herald. As night reporter, she also has many general assignments. Haley is a graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead, and her hometown is Sartell, Minn. Read more of her reporting about the city of Grand Forks at citystreetbeat.areavoices.com.
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Participants in the upcoming Uff Da Mud Run will be allowed to swim without life jackets after Grand Forks City Council on Monday took back its recent decision to require life jackets.
Mayor Mike Brown’s preliminary 2015 budget includes a lower property tax rate and an increase in utility fees, as presented Monday to Grand Forks City Council.
The main downtown stakeholders in Grand Forks agree the area needs changes in parking, but have yet to agree on the exact changes needed to accommodate Central High students other drivers. The city, Grand Forks School District, Downtown Development Association and others are analyzing parking in downtown Grand Forks, including Central High School’s parking needs and downtown’s expected growth.
Each week, Herald reporter Charly Haley answers your questions about local government, laws and other local topics. Q . Are bicyclists supposed to ride with or against traffic? I always...
The Grand Forks City Council meetings will be live-streaming its meetings online starting Monday. Anyone should be able to go to GrandForksgov.com and watch the City Council meeting at 5:30...
A national organization is threatening to sue the Warroad, Minn., school district over its use of an American Indian mascot, the Warriors. The National Coalition Against Racism in Sports and...
Fire destroyed a garage on the south end of the city Friday.
There’s a reason why stop signs in Grand Forks are the same red-and-white octagon as in every other city. It’s federal traffic control standards, which are what dictate how streets,...
In a YMCA gym Thursday evening, a group of parents, child care providers and other community members identified infant child care as one of the top needs in Grand Forks.
I haul my yard clippings to the different sites here in Grand Forks. A number of times I have seen trucks/cars with Minnesota license plates using this site to drop off yard waste also. Is this allowed? Minnesota residents aren’t paying their taxes to the city of Grand Forks.