The artistic work of Hatton-Eielson Public School student Khloe Brandon will stick with voters on election day. Regional reporter Ann Bailey talks with Khloe, who is the winner of the “I Voted” sticker contest sponsored by the North Dakota County Auditors Association. The fourth-grader’s winning entry is an eagle with a backdrop of the American flag. Khloe created the design after looking through books and seeing separate images of the American flag and eagle, she said.
Meanwhile, journalist Adam Kurtz will check in with the Eagles Club in East Grand Forks, which has secured its building and is looking to reopen when circumstances surrounding the coronavirus pandemic allow. The club, known as Aerie #350, had help in the form of an investment group made up of two Eagles members and a Grand Forks real estate broker. Soaring Eagles LLC bought the building earlier this year, and after refinancing, sold it back to the club. The service group was having financial difficulty due to declining membership, and the club closed in early March, before the pandemic fully hit.
Kurtz also will be reporting on the Greater ND Chamber, which is having a meeting to cover the state's smart restart plan, as well as the now re-funded provisions of the CARES Act.
Look for these articles online on Thursday and Friday.