NDAD @ AREAVOICES A chance to try your hand at wheelchair basketball
Teens and adults with physical disabilities living in the Grand Forks region, and those without disabilities, too, are invited to spend a few hours on Sunday afternoons playing wheelchair basketball... Posted on 12/16/13 at 11:51 AM
COMPASS POINTS DNR sets March 12 public input meeting in TRF
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has scheduled a public meeting for 7 to 9 p.m. March 12 at Northland Community and Technical College in Thief River Falls to take input on a number of hun... Posted on 3/4/13 at 1:57 PM
NIE ROCKS! Goodridge, Minn. Visitors
These Goodridge, Minn. high school students and their teacher, Trista Lund, are pictured outside of the downtown Grand Forks Herald building on Oct. 8. They came to the Herald to learn about newspap... Posted on 10/11/10 at 7:11 AM
STAFF BLOG THE DULLUM FILE Ribs Pix
We came. We saw. We ate... ribs at the first Great American Block Party Community BBQ Ribs Cook-off Saturday in Thief River Falls. The pictures are the work of transmittor tower operator/p... Posted on 8/3/09 at 8:43 AM
The nurses spent a few hours this afternoon marching up and down the streets near the hospital holding picket signs. They say their insurance premiums and deductibles are going up and that they can't afford it.
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.
Monday, Digi-Key extended its bus service, bringing employees from Greater Grand Forks to its facility in Thief River Falls. Company officials say the bus line is necessary as they're in the process of adding 150 new jobs and housing in Thief River is at a premium.
Digi-Key plans to add an addition 150 jobs the at it's Thief River Fall Facility. The electronic components distributor hopes to attract workers outside the city by adding a bus system that will bring in workers in from Grand Forks and Crookston.
People in and around Thief River Falls continued their clean up from storm damage. Friday's thunderstorm brought winds of 60 to 80 miles per hour in the city, and damage just outside the city suggests winds reached over 100 miles per hour.
Northland Community & Technical College recently sold a 15,178-square-foot Thief River Falls home it received as a donation from a local couple, according to Becky Lindseth, college executive director of administrative services.
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