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Five to run for three spots on GF Park Board

Five people have filed for three open spots on the Grand Forks Park Board. Incumbent Greg LaDouceur will be joined on the ballot by challengers Marty Steen, Delwyn Hager, Molly Soeby and Tim Skarperud. Longtime commissioner Bill Hutchison and Bri...

Five people have filed for three open spots on the Grand Forks Park Board.

Incumbent Greg LaDouceur will be joined on the ballot by challengers Marty Steen, Delwyn Hager, Molly Soeby and Tim Skarperud.

Longtime commissioner Bill Hutchison and Brian Westlund, who was appointed to fill the remainder of Julie Jeske's term when she moved out of Grand Forks, are not running.

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