Marilyn Hagerty

Grand Forks Mayor Brandon Bochenski, a guest, spoke about the purpose of Lions Clubs. He said, “There is nothing greater than dedicating yourself to something greater than yourself.”
The days of June that we dream of in January are here. The grass is green. The rhubarb is up. Golf courses are busy. Area lakes are calling.
Before moving north, the Hansons operated the restaurant in South Forks mall that was originally Del’s Café owned and operated by Del Kresl. They recently closed their Northside Café that had been at 3450 Gateway Drive.
And the words of poets come to mind. Long ago, James Russell Lowell asked: “What is so rare as a day in June?”
What a week! The time we dream of in January is here now. The joy of summer surrounds us.
A popular spot, especially on weekends, and a familiar spot on the main street of East Grand Forks. Summer brunch menu draws families especially on weekends.
It’s lovely here in the Forks now. The days we wait for all winter are here.
Marilyn Hagerty reflects on the first weekend of June and its joys
Looking back in Herald files, you see a pontoon bridge was the first span in Grand Forks.
Coming up for a Grand Forks couple on June 19 is platinum—a rare 70th wedding anniversary.