Kaminski comes to UND from Sun Prairie (Wis.) High School, a program that has been led by his dad and grandpa before that. It's the same school that produced current Fighting Hawks Caden White and Kadon Kauppinen.
Grand Forks City Council members hear update on feasibility study for indoor sports facility, aquatics center
In April, the Park District hired the consulting firm BerryDunn/GreenPlay to complete a feasibility study. The firm's task was to assess the possibility of a 300,000-square-foot indoor multi-use sports facility.
Police file reveals flawed investigation into 1996 missing persons case of North Dakota mother and son
In the wake of former UND star running back Otis Weah's reported Title IX sexual assault investigation, the Herald spoke with Donna Smith, UND's Assistant Vice President for Equal Opportunity & Title IX, to explain the process.
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On average, our hottest time of the year is from mid-July to mid-August.
Gov. Tim Walz said he would dip into the remaining American Rescue Plan funds on Tuesday after negotiations about a special session to debate billions of dollars in supplemental spending and tax relief failed.
Kristi Noem names Mark Vargo as interim SD Attorney General after he successfully led Ravnsborg conviction
With Clay County State’s Attorney Alexis Tracy by his side, Vargo successfully argued against Ravnsborg and his counsel, Sioux Falls attorney Mike Butler and impeachment defense expert Ross Garber.
The British socialite, 60, was convicted in December of five charges, including sex trafficking a minor, for recruiting and grooming four girls to have sexual encounters with Epstein, then her boyfriend, between 1994 and 2004.
Board OKs student-led move to allow alcohol sales at South Dakota university athletic, performing arts events
While the updated policy provides institutions with the flexibility to expand alcohol sales, events must meet specific criteria.
Grand Forks-based Sterling Carpet One outlines popular trends, ranging from fresh greenery to bold art. This report was included in the Herald's "Design a Home" section, included in the Saturday, June 25, edition.
It was a late winter morning when a cashier's son was returning a borrowed typewriter to the Miltona State Bank in Miltona, Minnesota, and discovered a tampered vault door and an empty safe. Cans of cream, filled with water next to the safe, told the tale. The 'Cream Can Gang' had struck again.
Supreme Court rules for coach whose prayers on football field raised questions about church-state separation
The 6-3 decision is a symbolic victory for those who seek a larger role for prayers and religion in the public schools.