GF News Forward: Renaissance for rural universities, Taco John's updates, businesses offer Father's Day package
Herald reporters cover events on Tuesday, June 16.
Community editor Sydney Mook will report on the university system as it prepares to bring back students and as higher ed prepares to de-densify. NDUS Chancellor Mark Hagerott says he thinks this could mean good things for schools such as Mayville State. “It is potentially going to be the renaissance of rural America,” Hagerott said during a recent Herald editorial board.
Business reporter Adam Kurtz writes about the construction that is well underway on the new Gateway Drive Taco John’s. The update will include when the restaurant plans to reopen and a description of the building's new features.
Journalist Pamela Knudson reports on an effort to help families celebrate Father’s Day on Sunday. A few local businesses are putting together a brunch kit that “all of the dads in your life will love,” they say. It’s a pre-ordered, no-contact, takeout package, complete with instructions on how to honor dads at home -- similar to the package offered for Mother’s Day but, this time, with a masculine twist.
Look for these stories and more in print and online on Tuesday and Wednesday.