Students at one Devils Lake school got an unexpected day off Thursday, after a water line broke overnight. Workers had to cut off water to the school and several businesses for most of the day in order to make repairs.
Jeannie Schultz Mock announced today that she is seeking a seat on the Grand Forks City Council for Ward 4.
Police responded to a 2-vehicle accident Thursday morning near the intersection of Columbia Road and 17th Ave. South. No injuries were reported.RELATED CONTENT
Minnie H Elementary School in Devils Lake is closed this morning because of a water line break.
Plans for a new development by Hugo's supermarkets in south Grand Forks received final approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission Wednesday.
Most small towns have at least one place people can grab a bite to eat, but how about a café that's part of a Taxidermy Shop. That's the case for the Spicy Roadkill Café in Sheyenne, North Dakota.RELATED CONTENT
The city of East Grand Forks is asking all its residents and businesses who use a city water line to call them. The Water and Light Department is concerned with the possibility of frozen water service lines.
Violent crime in Grand Forks was down 4.6 percent last year and property crimes combined with violent crimes were 15 percent below the 10-year average in 2013, according to the police department's annual report released today.
EAST GRAND FORKS -- Due to the extreme cold temperatures, the frost is going deeper than in previous years. Because of this, the East Grand Forks Water and Light Department is concerned with the possibility of frozen water service lines. This has not been a problem in the past for East Grand Forks residents, but the department is providing the following guidelines to help prevent frozen water lines.
North Dakota Aerospace officials discuss the future of integrating unmanned aircraft systems in Grand Forks.RELATED CONTENT
A call by a suspicious citizen led to the arrest of a man suspected of breaking into storage units the past two months in Polk County, mostly in Crookston.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – The student body at Red River High School has helped grant the wish of a local Make-A-Wish child.
The cold weather continues to wreck havoc on water pipes throughout the region. Crookston Officials are looking for ways to help off-set the cost of running water so pipes don't burst.
The goal is to increase participation in the school breakfast program. Officials say school breakfast can save time for families in the mornings and help promote learning by ensuring that kids aren't attending school hungry.
The possibilities for Grand Forks’ 42nd Street continues to grow as a proposed veterans memorial park is added to the list of potential attractions.