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Herald Minute: No driver shortages expected for Grand Forks Public Schools this year | Aug. 8, 2022

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A Birds Ride Inc. representative said in an email to the Herald on Friday morning that the company will “launch our eco-friendly micro EVs in the fall.”
The Fighting Hawks will have to replace 2021 starters Hayden Galvin and Jordan Canady at safety in 2022. Galvin and Canady started at safety for UND for three years.
Brandon Baumbach, business manager with GFPS, and Brian Yanish, general manager of Dietrich Bus Services, said the priority for this school year is to get students to and from school on a school bus

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