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EAST GRAND FORKS

The pool opened on June 8, and during the first week of being open, it averaged 300 swimmers a day, according to Reid Huttunen, superintendent for East Grand Forks Parks and Recreation.
The school says the academy will focus on mathematics skills with supplemental instruction intended to ease transition to college life.
Residents can verify what ward they are in on the Minnesota Secretary of State's website and going to the Election Day Voting tab
I personally think that, instead of building the bridge on Elks Drive or 32nd Avenue, that there should be a new main road like Washington and Columbia be built so that traffic can be more controlled and thus making it safer for the civilians around the area.

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While there has not been a visual count in a while, a trail camera near the riverside dam, used to observe people’s activities and count passers-by, tallies 600 hits a day.
The city is determining what facilities need the most work with the proposed sales tax on hold. If it is ever passed, it will generate funds for improvements on the city’s Civic Center, a baseball field at Itts Williams Park and the VFW Memorial Arena.
The 20-year 1.25% sales tax would help fund improvements to the city’s recreational facilities
City leaders are mulling a roundabout or reconstruction on 10th Street along with a railroad quiet zone and intercity bridge.
CAIR-MN Executive Director Jaylani Hussein called for an FBI probe of the incident and for federal hate crime charges to be brought against the suspect in the case, Suzette Gay Thompson, during a news conference held Thursday in the Islamic Center
The higher cost of groceries, gas and the certain food items being harder to find has created challenges for food banks

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East Grand Forks Mayor Steve Gander claims residents were informed about the asphalt plant and he and the council are doing the people's work. East Grand Forks wants to know, what people?
Safety concerns, impacts on property values and emergency personnel were among top concerns residents have about the proposed roundabout.
The neighborhood meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 8, at 7 p.m. at the Senior Center

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