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Each week, the Grand Forks Police Department releases its Most Wanted list in an attempt to bring in suspects. The law enforcement agency started posting its top five most wanted on its Facebook page in early December as a way to enlist the public's help, and some tips have helped officers make several arrests.
The Grand Forks Herald is conducting our annual Readers' Choice awards. Vote online by clicking here or submit your ballot published in select issues of the Grand Forks Herald. Deadline is January 24, 2018, 5pm. Results will be published in the 2018 Readers' Choice publication in the Sunday, February 25, 2018 Grand Forks Herald.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol have opened I-29 from Fargo to the Canadian Border. Motorists should be aware that conditions such as high winds, reduced visibility and blowing snow may cause hazardous travel. The no travel advisory has also been lifted.
Located at 414 4th Ave N. in downtown Fargo, Proof Artisan Distillers is in the business of making spirits. Vodkas, gin, whiskey and liqueurs to be exact. And soon Proof will be adding bourbon to the list of products you can purchase.
FARGO – Proof Artisan Distillers’ Andrea Anderson, lead mixologist, gives a couple simple and festive holiday drink recipe ideas.
Get out the glitter and glue! We have rounded up some of our favorite holiday craft stories. From Christmas ornaments, wreaths, kids crafts we have something for almost everyone.
Pantone has announced it’s Color of the Year for 2018. PANTONE 10-3838 Ultra Violet is the color that will reign supreme this coming year.
The NDDOT has issued a travel aert for eastern North Dakota due to snow covered and slippery roads and blowing snow creating reduced visibility. Areas included are Fargo, Wahpeton, Grand Forks, Grafton and surrounding areas. A travel alert means conditions are such that motorists can still travel in these areas, but should be advised of rapidly changing conditions. Motorists are encouraged to reduce speeds, wear seat belts and drive according to the conditions.
The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for most of North Dakota and a portion of northwest Minnesota. The warning was issued overnight and is currently set to begin at 1 p.m. today and end at 7 p.m. tonight, Wednesday, Oct. 18. Strong, sustained west-to-northwesterly winds between 25 to 35 mph with gusts up to 50 mph will coincide with low humidities and temperatures in the mid 60s will create critical fire weather conditions. Any fires that develop may spread quickly.