Herald Staff Reports
A UND men's basketball player was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence early Sunday morning. Marlon Dewann Stewart, 20, was booked into the Grand Forks County Correctional Center at about 1:30 a.m. Sunday by UND police. He bonded out Sunday morning, according to corrections officers. The UND police department was unable to immediately provide more information regarding the arrest to the Herald Sunday. A report is expected to be available Monday.
Here's a look at the series of weather events across the region leading up to and following the Aug. 26, 2007 tornado that hit Northwood, N.D. The timeline appeared in the Aug. 27, 2007 edition of the Grand Forks Herald. • Aug. 26, 2007, 6:30 a.m.: The National Weather Service's hazardous weather outlook reports "a slight risk" for severe thunderstorms north of a line from Valley City, N.D., east to Bemidji later in the night and overnight. "The main threat is large hail and damaging winds," the report says. "An isolated tornado is possible."
Continental duck numbers remain higher than the 1955 to 2016 long-term average, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Tuesday in releasing its 2017 "Trends in Duck Breeding Populations" report. Total populations were estimated at 47.3 million breeding ducks in the traditional U.S.-Canadian survey area, which is similar to last year's estimate of 48.4 million and 34 percent above the long-term average. The projected mallard fall flight index is 12.9 million birds, similar to the 2016 estimate of 13.5 million.
The Grand Forks Herald will live tweet the events of the 1997 flood during the next three days. The Twitter updates, which will be posted at http://www.twitter.com/gfherald , will follow the events as they occurred 20 years ago.
BUXTON, N.D. -- An agriculture business has been hit with an unexpected tax bill after a Traill County city failed to act on a request for an exemption. It’s unclear how much the Reynolds (N.D.) United Co-op will have to pay for its fertilizer plant in Buxton, but the notification they would have to pay a 2017 tax bill came as a shock, according to a report in the Hillsboro Banner. The tax bill could be close to $60,000, according to the report.
Grand Forks police have arrested a 30-year-old man suspected of committing two hit-and-runs two minutes apart Saturday morning.
All Grand Forks Public and Grand Forks Air Force Base Schools are canceled for today; Tuesday, January, 3rd. This cancellation includes Head Start and Early Childhood Special Education classes and all after school activities. For more severe weather announcements click here .
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The North Dakota Department of Transportation has reopened all of Interstate 29 from Fargo to the Canadian border. Highway 2 from Grand Forks to Devils Lake along with Highway 81...