Herald Staff Report
St. Mark's Lutheran will host a block party St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 715 24th Ave. S., Grand Forks, will host its annual block party from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday. They will serve free hot dogs, drinks and root beer floats. Everyone is welcome. Call (701) 772-4807 or email email@example.com for more information. Hope Church will show telecast conference
All were welcome to enjoy a meal and talk with friendly people as a 3 day tent revival event kicked off along the Greenway. The event was headed off by...
Shopko stores in Minnesota and North Dakota are hosting the Tools for School program. Today is the last day to drop off school supplies at Shopko locations. The supplies will be distributed at local Salvation Army locations based on the community locations.
A Kansas man arrested on charges related to suspicion of prostitution at a Grand Forks hotel will go to trial. Alan Steven Brandley, 43, is scheduled for an Aug. 30 jury trial in Grand Forks District Court. He faces misdemeanor charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and offering to hire an individual to engage in sexual activities.
Grand Forks Fire Dept. Captain Ron Grande brings kids to the end of the street to hear the sirens at a block party held at the corner of Chestnut St...
CAVALIER, N.D.—Police said an early Wednesday investigation into a Fargo man driving in Cavalier with an open alcohol container turned into a high-speed chase in two counties that exceeded 120 mph.
A Crookston woman has pleaded not guilty to a heroin charge after police said they found drugs in her bra. Cynthia Esquivel, 44, waived her preliminary hearing Wednesday in Grand Forks District Court, where she appeared on a charge of possessing heroin with intent to deliver or manufacture, a Class A felony. Her next court appearance is Oct. 20.
Grand Forks and East Grand Forks will conduct citywide mosquito spraying at 9 p.m. Thursday. The mosquito control trucks are marked with yellow flashing lights and will travel at 10 to 15 mph while spraying. Equipment is expected to be noisy, but crews are expected to be done spraying by 1 a.m., according to a news release. Wind speeds higher than 10 mph or inclement weather may delay the spraying.
Grand Forks Police have not developed any new leads as to who may have assaulted a woman Wednesday morning during a home invasion at an apartment building. Officers were called at 2:47 a.m. for a report of two men who entered the apartment of a woman at 1114 22nd Ave. S. The victim, who so far is the only witness in the incident, told police the men began assaulting her. The suspects then fled in an unknown direction, and police were unable to find them after a search of the area.
MAYVILLE, N.D. — Crews begin painting the a bridge over the Goose River near Mayville today, prompting temporary lane reductions that will slow traffic in the area. The work will be completed on the North Dakota Highway 18 bridge, the state's Department of Transportation announced. Traffic will be reduced to one lane. Temporary traffic signals will be installed at each end of the bridge to direct motorists during the project, which is expected to be complete by early September.