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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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.
The city of Grand Forks is planning to expand its landfill in 2017, but the amount of garbage generated per year has remained fairly steady.
The U.S. Air Force is investigating allegations of air traffic control airmen cheating on proficiency tests at the Grand Forks Air Force Base. The investigation stems from the discovery of...
The Devils Lake City Commission agreed to acquire part of Mertens Farms for flood protection Thursday, according to City Attorney Tom Traynor. Traynor said the city “approved the agreement” but...
The Grand Forks Planning and Zoning Commission recommended Wednesday allowing a temporary gravel parking lot for Revolution Power Sports to store boats.
The Devils Lake City Commission is discussing today the acquisition of part of Mertens Farms for flood protection. “It’s an eminent domain proceeding for the embankment,” said Tom Traynor, city attorney. Eminent domain is a government’s right to take property from landowners for public use with proper compensation.
The city of Grand Forks is considering running its Dial-A-Ride transportation program itself after its contract with a private company ends in 2015. The move could save the city about...
The Grand Forks Downtown Development Association announced an end of the summer concert this week. Rockin’ on the Red, scheduled for Sept. 20, will feature bands The Front Fenders and...