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Pamela Knudson

Pamela Knudson

Features Reporter

Pamela Knudson earned an undergraduate degree in mass communications from Minnesota State University Moorhead and pursued graduate studies at North Dakota State University. A reporter with the Grand Forks Herald since 2011, she has received writing awards from the North Dakota and Minnesota newspaper association and the National Federation of Press Women (NFPW).

She is a past recipient of the NFPW Sweepstakes Award. She is the Northeast District director and a past president of the North Dakota Professional Communicators, the state affiliate of the NFPW.

Pamela can be reached at pknudson@gfherald.com or (701) 780-1107.

Eleven of 20 respondents to a Herald School Board candidate survey favor the district's proposed $55 million referendum for a new Valley Middle School and district central kitchen.
David K and his band play the artist's memorable hits, hoping "to keep Roy's music alive," he said.
About 1200 volunteers packed food for hungry children in Haiti and Honduras
Other appointments for teaching, counseling and social work positions approved by School Board
Marrow donation is usually the last option for patients battling blood cancer
A round up of arts and entertainment news in the region
The first edition of the Tri-County Sun, a weekly newspaper, was published May 12, 1922, by G.K. Ness.
A bar joist has failed in Schroeder Middle School's Family and Consumer Sciences lab and classroom spaces; the area has been deemed unsafe and is no longer in use, said Superintendent Terry Brenner.
These graduates represent "America's resilient generation," having persevered during "a unique and historically disruptive time," Vilsack said.
Grand Cities residents are asked to leave bags of food items near their mailboxes for distribution to local food banks