Herald Staff Report
College softball Saturday’s results Southern Utah 5, UND 4 N.D. State 8, Omaha 5 North Star tournament In Aberdeen, S.D. Loser-out Bellevue 5, Presentation 2 Jamestown 6, Waldorf 0 Bracket...
Grand Fork Police responded to a single-vehicle crash with injuries shortly after midnight Saturday at the intersection of 32nd Avenue South and Washington Street. Police investigating the incident reported that Jasey Johnston, 22, of Grand Forks, had been driving east on 32nd Avenue South in a 2009 Nissan 350Z and had tried to make a left turn onto Washington. He lost control of the vehicle, which left the roadway in the 3100 block of South Washington, struck a tree, rolled and came to rest on its roof.
Grand Forks Public Library "The Last Goodnight" by Howard Blum. Everyone likes a good spy book, and one that is also a true story. Betty Peck is not a household name, mostly because everything she did was classified. However, due to her bravery and finesse as a spy, she secured important documents that aided in the Allied Forces cause. Part biography, part live-action spy novel, this book is a great read no matter what your tastes.
• The following students placed in the annual High School Business competition at Dakota College in Bottineau, N.D. Accounting: Madison Marchus of Wolford, N.D., received first place, Meghan Aason of Bottineau received second place, and Taylor Troska of Bottineau received third place. • Josh Lund, Emerado, N.D., has won a $50 Cenex gift card from the Tanks of Thanks program. Lund was nominated for serving as a positive role model for a young man through the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. To make a nomination, visit TanksofThanks.com
For Grand Forks Central students, Grand March has always been a special night. The gym became packed with friends and family waiting to see each pair be presented as they...
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County auditors across North Dakota are asking for help during election season. Counties will fund and oversee more than 282 polling places staffed by more than 3,000 poll workers, according to a news release from the North Dakota Association of Counties. The counties need workers for the primary election on June 14 and general election on Nov. 8. Auditors will hold a class before elections to train workers.
Aglow International presents speaker Natalie Boushee will present "From Brokenness to Hope" at 10 a.m. May 14 at The Ember, 8 N. Third St., Grand Forks. This event is free and open to the public. First Presbyterian to host music The First Presbyterian Church will host Music on the Edge at 5 p.m. May 15 at 5555 S. Washington St., Grand Forks. This event is open to the public and will feature area musicians.
Newman selected as finalist Randy Newman, chairman, president and CEO of Alerus Financial, has been selected as a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year award in the Upper Midwest. The awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in their businesses and communities. The winner will be announced Nov. 19 in Palm Springs, Calif. Altru Health System recognized
Boys golf Park Rapids Invitational At Headwaters Golf Club Team scores Crookston 301, Mahnomen-Waubun 312, Fergus Falls 317, Detroit Lakes 324, EGF Senior High 328, Thief River Falls 329, Pequot...