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Jacob Holley

Business Reporter

Jacob Holley, born in Pensacola, Florida, joined the Grand Forks Herald as its business reporter in June 2021. He earned a bachelor of science in sports media from Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma, in 2020.

During college, Holley wrote for The O'Colly, the student newspaper on Oklahoma State's campus, as well as for the Stillwater News Press. He interned in the sports department at The Mountain Press in Sevierville, Tennessee, where he primarily covered the Tennessee Smokies — the AA baseball afiliate of the Chicago Cubs. He also worked as a reporter for the Guthrie News Leader after graduating college until joining the Grand Forks Herald.

Holley's beat at the Grand Forks Herald is broad and includes a variety of topics, including small business, national trends and more.

Readers can reach Holley at 850-712-8524or jholley@gfherald.com.Follow him on Twitter @JakeHolleyMedia.

Pronouns: He/Him
Languages: English

All of its employees are firemen working on their days off. While the company will help with any pests its customers may find, it mostly gets calls about cockroaches, bed bugs, spiders and ants.
The award program recognizes “outstanding employers in the healthcare industry nationwide.”
The program recognizes motor carriers with awards based on their year-end preventable crash results.
Johnson earned this designation by completing the Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor, Professional Education Program from the Denver-based College for Financial Planning, passed a comprehensive final exam and agreed to abide by the college’s code of conduct.
The Grand Forks Herald sat down with Paul Gorte, economic development director for East Grand Forks, and Brianna Feil, a mother and Water & Light accountant for East Grand Forks, to talk about its work to help bridge the gap between East Grand Forks families in need of child care and child care providers.
North Dakota lands second on the report, only behind Nebraska, due to “its large government reserves in relation to spending,” as well as a low unemployment rate, low income tax rate and the sixth-most affordable housing market in the United States.
The business, which opened its doors in Grand Forks in 2013 before expanding to Fargo and parts of Minnesota, announced the closing via the website for its Grand Forks location.
ARPA funds will be used to cover the costs under the “Revenue Lost” provision category, which as of January allows municipalities to use a standard allowance of up to $10 million for the category instead of the previous calculation formula.
The shortage of baby formula has been raging on in the United States since March, with an out-of-stock rate capping at 43% for the week ending May 8.
Papa Roach and Hollywood Undead were scheduled to perform at the Alerus Center March 8 as part of the Kill The Noise tour, but the show was canceled two days in advance to accommodate a rescheduled show in Denver.