Emily Allen

Struggles to fill positions means some jobs can't be done in house. One Grand Forks HR employee says “it has been one of the most challenging fields to hire for in the city. "
Prairie Business magazine recognized 10 business executives from throughout the region with the publication’s “Leaders and Legacies” award, with four Grand Forks residents being named to the inaugural class.
As construction picks up throughout the region, law enforcement and transportation officials urge Grand Forks motorists to drive carefully when entering work zones.
The Grand Forks Growth Fund Committee on Monday considered various changes to a Start-Up Grand Forks program the city created in 2017, which has provided access to capital and mentorship for several local entrepreneurs.
Minnesota’s 2019 legislative session officially ended Monday, but without a budget all sides can agree on, state lawmakers likely will return to the Capitol later this week to vote on leftover sections in special session.
Members of the Grand Forks Public Arts Commission plan to bring a 150-ton rock sculpture called the “Northern Rose” to the city by September.
A long-discussed commercial development project on South Columbia Road got the final go-ahead from the Grand Forks City Council Monday night, with one major change to limit the exposure of nearby kids to traffic.
As downtown pedestrians in Grand Forks spent Monday maneuvering their way around orange cones and detour signs, retailers and other organizations along DeMers Avenue began navigating what they expect to be a summer of reduced foot traffic amid construction.
Corey Hanson farms about 800 acres with his family in a town 13 miles southwest of Fertile, Minn., in Norman County, where he’s president of the County Soybean and Corn Growers Board. Not only does Hanson also serve in the Minnesota Soybean Growers Association, but he’s a grower of the crop in addition to corn and wheat.
The city of East Grand Forks will be cleaning its southeast sanitary sewers this year, west of Bygland Road.