Herald Staff Report
AgCountry Farm Credit Services hires one Jessica Lyczewski has joined AgCountry Farm Credit Services as a credit analyst at the Grand Forks office. Lyczewski has a bachelor's degree in business administration with a minor in accounting from the University of Minnesota-Duluth. American Crystal promotes two
Grand Forks will soon be home to a monthly luncheon aiming to connect businesses and entrepreneurs to the region's growing drone industry. Drone Biz invites those interested in learning more about the industry to a lunch held the second Thursday of each month, according to a news release. Speakers at the event will highlight drone technology and associated applications and business opportunities. The kickoff event is set for 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 14 in the Grand Forks Herald's Community Room, 375 Second Ave. N.
Mosquito spraying is planned Thursday night in Grand Forks and East Grand Forks. Crews will spray from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Mosquitoes with the West Nile virus have been collected in Grand Forks, according to a news release. The mosquito most common for transmitting West Nile virus is the Culex tarsalis, which is most active just before sundown and throughout the night into the early morning hours.
CROOKSTON -- A Wednesday house fire in Crookston caused “extensive” damage, according to a news release from Crookston Police Department. A 5-year-old and a 15-year-old were reported to be in...
CROOKSTON—A Wednesday house fire in Crookston caused "extensive" damage, according to a news release from Crookston Police Department. A 5-year-old and a 15-year-old were reported to be in the home at the time of the fire, but when the Crookston Fire and Police Departments and Crookston Area Ambulance arrived at the scene at 817 N. Broadway, the house was unoccupied. The cause of the fire had not been determined as of 12:30 p.m.
An aerial mosquito control spray is scheduled for 7 to 11 p.m. Wednesday in Beltrami, McIntosh and Newfolden, Minn. Licensed pilots will assist in the application of mosquito control product specifically designed for residential use. It is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration and will not harm people, pets or gardens, but residents may remain indoors as an added safety measure, according to a news release.
Grand Forks Police have found the driver and white SUV involved in a hit and run early Tuesday morning, according to the press release. The driver was identified as a juvenile, and charges are pending. The accident happened at 7:35 a.m. on Gateway Drive and North 42nd street. Dan Henneman, 56, of Emerado, N.D., was driving a Chevy 2500 pickup east on Gateway, passing through the intersection on a green light. A car traveling west on Gateway turned south onto 42nd Street and collided with the truck, the release said.
The state Highway 175 railroad crossing in Hallock, Minn., will close for repair Tuesday afternoon. Drivers will have to take a detour one block to the south and west using Country Road 1 and Bryan Avenue during the closure. The road is expected to reopen Saturday if weather permits.
• The following Red River High School students received scholarships and awards: Hannah Arason, 12-star Roughrider award and the University of Minnesota - Track and Field Scholarship, Scholar award; Dylan Barber, Ireland Scholarship; Zachary Beczkalo, American Legion All American Student; Samantha Behm, Frau Merritt Scholarship and the University of Mary (Sister Thomas Welder) Scholarship; Emily Blacknik, The Amelia Gray Memorial Scholarship, Mosaic Lodge Scholarship and Myra Scholarship; Ty Boucher, Boy's State Award, Cliff Cushman Memorial Award and South Dakota School of Mines; Philip Br
The Frost Fire Theater in Walhalla, N.D., kicks off its summer season with "Million Dollar Quartet," a musical dramatizing impromptu jam sessions involving Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash. The name comes from a Memphis Press-Scimitar newspaper article about the sessions with the same title.