Jennifer Johnson covers K-12 education for the Grand Forks Herald.
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The Grand Forks School District has so far successfully met the priorities of a strategic plan first set in 2011, according to Superintendent Larry Nybladh. Nybladh and the superintendent evaluation...
Grand Forks Superintendent Larry Nybladh wants the School Board to freeze his salary for one year, effectively reducing his pay by 2 percent because of state pension contribution increases.
North Dakota should consider hundreds of dollars of increased per-pupil funding for the 2013-15 biennium to help account for higher fringe benefit and pension costs, according to a report by Picus Odden & Associates.
The Grand Forks Park Board has four candidates and three incumbents running for three of its five seats.
After public complaints over a property tax increase that initially surprised many last fall, candidates vying for a spot on the Grand Forks School Board say improving communication is their top priority.
Twenty candidates are vying for seven seats on the Grand Forks School Board come Election Day on June 10.
After more than 40 years with the Grand Forks Herald, columnist Ryan Bakken celebrated his final day of work at a rummage sale.
As most recent college grads work toward getting their first jobs, local financial advisers say they should also consider saving for retirement.
At 240 pounds, Grand Forks resident Brad Larsen said he’s not exactly your typical runner. He describes himself as one of the ultimate “anti-runners,” a man who has an awkward...
The temperature in Grand Forks exceeded 80 degrees on Friday, the first time that’s happened since September 24, according to the National Weather Service.