ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Test your news knowledge with the Herald's weekly quiz for the week of Nov. 15

Take this quiz and automatically become eligible for a monthly drawing for a free three-month digital subscription, to give to a friend or to use when your next subscription is due.

4344401+5843577306_06fd6132f7_b.jpg

The Herald wants to know how much you remember about the last week of news!

Fill out the quiz below to see how well you read stories from the Herald over the past several days. The questions reflect stories from Saturday, Nov. 13, through Thursday, Nov. 18, and cover a variety of topics from business and meetings to sports and social media happenings.

Take this quiz and automatically become eligible for a monthly drawing for a free three-month digital subscription, to give to a friend or to use when your next subscription is due.

Loading...

Digital Content Producer and Sports Reporter at the Grand Forks Herald since December of 2020. Maxwell can be contacted at mmarko@gfherald.com.
What To Read Next
More than a year after it was first announced, the council on Monday voted 5-0 to move away from the Fufeng project. Council members Kyle Kvamme and Tricia Lunski did not attend the meeting.
Breaking News
Decision comes after a number of residents called for the mayor and others to resign.
The meeting was streamed online on Monday
After the public input portion of the meeting, the council officially moved to abandon the Fufeng project.