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Check out a 20-minute video interview with Veeder, during which she performs two original songs.
Harry’s Steakhouse and Hugo’s Pure Market were the first of the recent major downtown developments to be completed. Work is ongoing at other major projects, including a boutique hotel and mixed-use developments.
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In his kitchen in his Grand Forks apartment, Hayden Haas creates videos to educate and to inspire people to try new things
Rhett Gardner of the Dallas Stars and Austin Poganski of the Winnipeg Jets joined the list this week.

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Paul Thureen and his writing partner, Hannah Bos, are part of the creative team that produced "Somebody Somewhere," a seven-episode series about an outsider's journey of self-discovery
Project aims to provide classroom items not covered by elementary schools' supply budget
At only 17, Aspen Moreland runs her own cottage food business, Aspen’s Kitchen, out of her family kitchen and bakes for two restaurants in town. After graduating from high school this month, she plans to start working on her next goal - becoming a pastry chef with her own location.
Each new hire at Isight means another person who can get on the road, get work done, and help grow the company. And those local graduates don’t have far to go to get a well-paying tech job. Of the 23 employees at Isight, 20 are UND grads. Kenville, the majority owner of the company, is also a UND alumnus, as is Nate Leben, a minority owner.
For 5 Questions this week, the Herald speaks to Jeremy Olson, of Olson Auto repair at 1322 and ½ Dyke Avenue in Grand Forks, about cars and winter weather.
Look for frigid temperatures in the coming days.

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Jonathan Franklin was shocked when he discovered that parents of five students in a group of high school students in Harvey, North Dakota, had died by suicide. He and his wife, Nicole, decided to do something.
Trontvedt, who has been a nurse at Altru since July 2020, had been nominated by a former patient of hers -- a 68-year old Air Force veteran suffering from inoperative lung cancer.
Courtney Davis Souvannasacd has been part of pushes to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day in the Grand Cities and is working to put together a nonprofit community and education center.

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