SUBSCRIBE NOW Just 99¢ for your first month

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

News

Breaking News
The suspect was killed, apparently by police officers responding to the scene
About 40 people gathered in a ballroom at the Ramada Inn in Grand Forks on Tuesday evening, May 24, to listen to an American Experiment speaker discuss how the organization believes certain principles of CRT are being used in K-12 curricula.
The city of Crookston and the Minnesota Department of Transportation are conducting the corridor study with SRF Consulting to evaluate current conditions and potential improvements on U.S. Highway 2 in downtown Crookston, a stretch of road that has proven dangerous for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists in the community.
Breaking News
It was not immediately known exactly where he was from in the state.

ADVERTISEMENT

Latest Headlines
The next step in the process will be for council members to authorize an RFP document.
Police said “it appeared the death was not a result of a medical problem or natural causes.”
The inventory of flocks in Minnesota diagnosed with H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza now stands at 62 sites, with a total of 2,718,082 birds affected, according to the Minnesota Board of Animal Health. Two additional infection sites were announced Friday, April 29.
The events, called “Take Off Tuesdays,” are meant to help alleviate some of the stress associated with college admissions.
Protests are a regular occurrence outside the Fargo abortion clinic. Longtime demonstrators have told The Forum that if the clinic moves to Moorhead, they will continue their protests there.
The call for an investigation comes after reports that Sen. Omar Fateh carried legislation for a group that endorsed him and a campaign volunteer was convicted in federal court.

ADVERTISEMENT

Brent Baldwin of St. Thomas, North Dakota, has been charged with Class C felony theft
Exactly three months after President Vladimir Putin ordered Russian forces into Ukraine, authorities in its second-largest city Kharkiv re-opened the underground metro, where thousands of civilians had sheltered for months under relentless bombardment.
Roughly 667,000 Minnesotans could receive the checks if they apply. And the state expected to start sending them out beginning in September.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT