Herald Staff Report
Local clipboard Golf Skarperuds take lead Brothers Tim and Chad Skarperud are in the driver’s seat to win another North Dakota Golf Association state championship. The Skarperuds teamed for an 8-under par 64 at Grand Forks Country Club to take a four-stroke lead in the NDGA Four-Ball tournament. The two-day tournament concludes today.
Girls soccer N.D. state tournament In Bismarck, Saturday Championship Bismarck Century 1, Fargo Davies 0 Third place Fargo North 3, Minot 1 Fifth place Jamestown 1, Bismarck St. Mary’s 0
FARGO—Kindred-Richland held off Grafton 8-6 to win the N.D. Class B state softball championship Saturday in Fargo. Kindred-Richland built a 7-0 lead in the first inning. The Spoilers slowly chipped away and got within two runs in the sixth inning. Check back for the full story and photos.
Minnesota Section 8A In Warren, Saturday Boys Team totals Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton 74, Norman County 67.5, Roseau 61.5, EGF Senior High 55, Frazee 49, Hawley/Ulen-Hitterdal 43, Crookston 40, Park Rapids Area 33,...
The Kem Shriners of Grand Forks made their way over the river and through downtown Grand Forks as part of their annual parade. The procession brought music, motorcycles and oversized hats to entertain the onlookers as they ran their course.
Routine maintenance will disrupt traffic on Kennedy Bridge in East Grand Forks and Highway 11 Bridge in Robbin, Minn. Traffic on the Kennedy Bridge will be reduced to one lane on eastbound and westbound sides June 6. Traffic on the Highway 11 bridge will be reduced to one lane June 7-8. Motorists are reminded to slow down and obey all traffic signs.
Grand Forks Police are investigating an assault in which a man says he was robbed and beaten by several attackers in a parking lot early Saturday morning. According to a police news release, Devin Clark, 32, of Grand Forks, was found lying on the ground with multiple injuries when the police arrived at the parking lot at 1601 17th Ave. S. after receiving a report of an assault at 3:24 a.m.
The Grand Cities Art Fest will be the main event in downtown Grand Forks and East Grand Forks this week. The annual showcase of artists and crafts makers as well as food vendors and entertainers will be in Town Square and along the Greenway in both cities from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Free admission and parking are included, as well as more than 160 artists, two food courts, live entertainment, free craft-making for kids and more. Monday
A mayoral debate, hosted by the Grand Forks Herald at the Empire Arts Center, pitted incumbent Mike Brown against his challenger, City Council member Terry Bjerke. Here is the third question the candidates were asked: "Have our efforts for fighting for Grand Forks Air Force Base been effective or should our approach be reevaluated?" Clck here to read and watch more from the mayor's race.
Prep softball N.D. Class B tournament Friday’s results In Fargo Consolation semifinals Watford City 6, Wilton-Wing 0 DL-B/Lewis&Clark 12, thompson 11