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A Grand Forks man was arrested Wednesday afternoon for allegedly possessing an unspecified amount of heroin and leading police on a foot chase.
Steffes Corp. announced Wednesday it will add another facility in Grand Forks. The steel product manufacturer based in Dickinson, N.D., purchased the American Defense Industries building, as well as equipment...
East Grand Forks city officials will receive some legal guidance on efforts to recover a large economic development loan later this week. City Administrator David Murphy said during the City Council meeting Tuesday that Brad Sinclair, the Fargo-based attorney representing the city in its loan recovery efforts, will provide him a draft of his review of the case and a recommendation Friday. Sinclair will then meet with the City Council and Economic Development and Housing Authority board next Tuesday in a closed session.
A large agricultural company and a Larimore landowner have settled a property dispute. The dispute was over a piece of land on the southeast corner of the Larimore Municipal Airport, which was previously owned by Roland Riemers of Grand Forks.
The city of Grand Forks’ Jobs Development Authority approved extending the leases for two businesses by up to 90 days Monday. LM Wind Power’s lease at the Noah’s Ark building...
We played the waiting game a lot on Friday. Throughout the afternoon, there were hints that the president was on his way. After we got word that Air Force One had landed in Bismarck, a single helicopter flew overhead.
The chairman of the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation was happy with what he heard from President Barack Obama here Friday. Sitting with fellow tribal leaders just behind Obama during his speech in Cannon Ball, Russ McDonald said he was pleased the president focused part of his remarks on American Indian education. Obama announced several reformsFriday aimed at improving the American Indian education system.
A new feature on the business pages of the Herald will highlight local businesses. We’ll ask local business owners, whether they’re just starting out or have been in the community...
Marty Seifert hopes his rural roots will help him become the Republican candidate for Minnesota governor this fall. Seifert, who is poised to face off in the Aug. 12 primary election against three other Republicans, often pointed to his western Minnesota upbringing during a visit to Grand Forks Wednesday.
The city of East Grand Forks is waiting for a recommendation from an attorney it hired to work on an unpaid $510,000 public loan, but it may have to act soon.