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The air base must hire employees before they can accept more children into their programs.
EAST GRAND FORKS, MN--The East Grand Forks Police Department is asking for your help after a dip in parking tickets. The past few years, EGFPD has let residents "pay" for snow emergency tickets with food pantry donations. Last year they collected over 1000 pounds of food But this year, due to a lack of snow, and a lack of snow emergencies, they haven't collected any donations. Police are asking the community to consider making a donation.
EAST GRAND FORKS — The city celebrated the careers of two longtime East Grand Forks City Council members at an open house Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 18. Dozens of people gathered to thank Henry Tweten and Mike Pokrzywinski for their service. Tweten is 94, retiring after 24 years on the council, and Pokrzywinski served 8 years over two separate terms. Both members served their final council meeting Tuesday evening.
GRAND FORKS, ND--Grand Forks leaders are hoping lawmakers can make it a smoother ride through the city. They are supporting a bill called the "prairie dog bill". It would funnel oil money from western North Dakota to non-oil producing cities like Grand Forks for infrastructure projects. If approved by lawmakers as planned - the city would get 12 million dollars for such projects over the next 2 years - the county would get 7 million. City leaders say this will save taxpayers money and get them to invest instead.
GRAND FORKS, ND--First responders and students are teaming up to help kids in the community. 19 dodgeball teams faced off at Red River High School on Monday night. Admission was two dollars, or the donation of a new set of pajamas. All the money and pajamas raised from the tournament will go to people in need. One organizer tells us the need might be even greater than you'd think.
WARREN, MN--There's been a crash involving a train and a car in downtown Warren. Photos were sent to us by a loyal viewer. It happened near the Uptown Cafe. Investigators tell us they still don't know what exactly happened. The Sheriff did tell us the driver went to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. He plans to release more information on Tuesday morning.
GRAND FORKS — A dinner discussion is bringing change to Grand Forks. Back in September, more than 700 people shared dinner downtown to talk about improvements they'd like to make to the community. The attendees filled out surveys about how they viewed the community before and after the event. And now, the results are in. One organizer tells us sitting down with a stranger seemed to make quite an impression.
GRAND FORKS - Kids at the Grand Forks Air Force Base were in for quite a surprise on Wednesday, Dec. 12. Leaders at the Youth Center told the kids they had to meet for a safety briefing, but when kids got there, instructors told the kids they'd won a national competition. For the past couple months, the kids were competing to win a challenge designed to get involved in science, technology, engineering and math. It's called the "Climate Superstars Challenge," and kids have been planting trees, making videos and recycling.
GRAND FORKS — The Salvation Army took to Facebook on Monday, Dec.
GRAND FORKS — The Magical Medora Christmas Tour brought its comedy, magic and music back to Grand Forks with a show for the whole family Monday, Dec. 10, at a packed Empire Arts Center. Here's what one of the stars has to say about the performance: "They're going to feel a little bit more in the Christmas spirit when they leave than when they came," said performer and producer Bill Sorenson. "I think it's an uplifting show, a lot of fun show, so we're just humbled by the reaction that we're getting, the crowds that we're getting. It's very gratifying for us."