STAFF BLOG GRAND FORKS GOURMET In Crookston, 'Famous Dave' Hints at Possibility of Location
"Famous Dave" Anderson was in Crookston today with a story about his successful business and an inspirational message.
But what I found particularly interesting was that, at the end of a report fro... Posted on 2/2/12 at 9:25 PM
STAFF BLOG THE DULLUM FILE My Seventeen New, Best Friends
Above are the members of the Crookston Student Association who invited me to speak at the University of Minnesota' Crookston's spring convocation today. The CSA is the University's student governing ... Posted on 3/3/11 at 5:47 PM
Crookston, MN (WDAY TV) - That event showed how our region can band together to help those in need and that sense of community was on display once again in Crookston Saturday morning.
Natalie and Kent Ostgaard died March 3rd in their Crookston home as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning.
While just about everyone else hunkered down until Monday's blizzard left Crookston in its rear-view mirror, a person or persons spray-painted graffiti on cars, signs, trailers, tanks and other things primarily from the southern edge of downtown and at points further to the south.
49 year-old Kent Ostgaard & 51-year-old Natalie Ostgaard were pronounced dead in Crookston Monday afternoon from apparent carbon monoxide poisoning. 22-year-old Aryanna Ostgaard was located unresponsive, still breathing and ransported by Crookston Area Ambulance to Riverview ER and later transported to Altru in Grand Forks.
The University of Minnesota Crookston has been heavily involved in agriculture for more than 100 years, back before it was even a university , instead a high school known as the Northwest School Of Agriculture.
After 15 years and several leadership roles in Crookston, Shannon Stassen will be tackling another one, starting in January. That’s when he will become the new city administrator, replacing Tony Chladek, who was fired in August.
Minnesota Senate lawmakers make stops in Crookston and Thief River Falls Tuesday as they continue hearing requests for state bonding money for public works projects. The University of Minnesota Crookston was one of the stops. The school is seeking funds for the construction of a 15-million dollar Wellness Center on campus.
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