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Group hopes to raise enough funds to repair roof to transform site into a cultural center
What do you remember from the first week of 2022?
Art as a business, bookbinding and creating mixed media art are among workshop topics
One of the more prominent yards was located on Belmont Road.

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For $22, families can get a share of food equivalent to $200 worth of groceries, with a variety of products like meat, fresh produce, cereal, snacks and baked goods, through Ruby's Pantry.
More than 560 families, including 1,368 children, received gift bags a week before Christmas this year
Ellice Murphy’s trip home took an unexpected turn after her flight from Minneapolis to Thief River Falls was canceled. Instead of being picked up at the airport by her parents, she was delivered directly to Roseau in the cab of a semi truck.
The following story appeared in the Grand Forks Herald's Winter Wedding Guide, published in the Dec. 18 edition of the Herald.
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The Germans from Russia brought distinctive Christmas customs to North Dakota when they immigrated in the 1890s and early 1900s. Some have faded away, but many traditional foods remain part of holiday celebrations.
The FCCU Downtown Ice Rink is located in Town Square in downtown Grand Forks.

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Programs like Southeastern North Dakota Community Action Agency to take another blow with federal vaccine mandate deadline approaching.
After 64 years, someone who lost a book sent an apology and a donation to the school.
Edward O'Keefe, CEO of the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Foundation, will deliver an online presentation on Roosevelt's importance and legacy starting at noon on Tuesday, Dec. 14.

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