Kevin Bonham covers news from northeast North Dakota and northwest Minnesota for the Grand Forks Herald. A North Dakota native, who grew up in Mandan and Dickinson, he has been a reporter or an editor with the Herald and Forum Communications for nearly 30 years.
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The city of Thief River Falls could get a second traffic roundabout. Minnesota Department of Transportation engineers and Thief River Falls City Council members recently discussed a roundabout as a...
Just a few weeks after Minto, N.D., residents approved a bond issue for a Minto School District improvement project, voters are going back to the polls. A special recall election...
A Mahnomen, Minn., man was seriously injured and another man arrested Thursday in a stabbing incident in Mahnomen. Curtis Neil Longie, 38, was flown to Fargo’s Sanford Hospital for treatment...
Pembina County has more than nine jobs available for every person actively seeking work. And the gap has been widening.
Here is a list of winners in Tuesday’s county elections in northeastern North Dakota. The results are complete, but unofficial, until county canvassing boards meet to certify the elections in each county:
Three incumbents and one newcomer sought legislative seats in North Dakota’s District 17 Tuesday. Incumbents Mark Sanford and Mark Owens, both Republicans, faced Democratic candidate Ed Grossbauer for their House of Representatives seats. Also, Sen. Ray Holmberg, R-Grand Forks, was running uncontested for his seat.
Voters in Grafton, N.D., approved a one-half percent city sales tax increase Tuesday to help finance a proposed $52 million city flood protection project.
Devils Lake will have two years to repay a $112,000 overpayment it received from the North Dakota Tax Department. Devils Lake City Commission approved the repayment schedule Monday, according to...
Freight trains will travel a little faster through Devils Lake beginning Wednesday. The Devils Lake City Commission unanimously approved a plan Monday to gradually increase the speeds BNSF trains can...
When Steve and Shannon Hunt bought a bigger house to fit their growing family about a decade ago, they didn’t leave town. Although they moved just five blocks, their legal residence changed from Grand Forks County to Traill County. Reynolds, a community of 300, sits right on the county line. It’s split by County Road 25. People living in the north half of town reside in Grand Forks County. Those on the south side of the road, known as Fourth Street but serves as the town’s Main Street, live in Traill County. The move paved the way for Steve Hunt, the Traill County chief deputy sheriff, to succeed the retiring Mike Crocker. Hunt is running unopposed for a four-year term as sheriff in today’s Tuesday’s election.