STAFF BLOG GRAND FORKS GOURMET Combining 'Drunken Noodle' and 'Little Bangkok' is a Bad Idea
I'm a little worried.
Dave Scheer, the co-owner of Little Bangkok and Drunken Noodle in East Grand Forks, says the two restaurants will soon be combined into one, in the Drunken Noodle location (the ... Posted on 11/18/13 at 5:15 PM
Thursday officially marked the end of our third annual "Toys for Tots" drive at WDAZ-TV. We are proud to announce that thanks to your generous donations, this Christmas will be much brighter for many area children. We received more toys this year than ever before.
The tuberculosis outbreak that led to 27 confirmed cases of the disease in Grand Forks this past year has simmered down, with health officials hoping that patients will be out of treatment this spring.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for today into tonight. Snow is likely today with some freezing rain especially south and west of Fargo Moorhead. Snow accumulation of 1-4" today with an East/Southeast wind at 10-20 mph.
All eyes on the weather on the eve of the busiest travel day of the year. A deadly storm working its way through the Southeast is expected to threaten holiday travel and the iconic Thanksgiving Day Macy's parade.
Grand Forks County received approval from the U.S. Air Force this week to move forward with the master developer chosen for Grand Sky, a business park for unmanned aerial systems to be built at the Grand Forks Air Force Base on land the County will lease.
One man is charged Tuesday with the murder of a Grand Forks man killed during a break-in burglary around 1 am Sunday morning. Three other people are charged with conspiracy to commit burglary, including the victim's ex-girlfriend.
A new Nitrogen Fertilizer Plant is coming to Grand Forks. Monday evening Northern Plains Nitrogen and a Chinese Engineering company, Cheng Da, sign a memorandum of understanding at the state capitol, meaning the two companies will work together to build the plant.
1,200 ceramic bowls have been hand-painted by local artists and others in the community. You can buy one for 15 dollars and fill it up with a variety of donated soups at the St. Michael's school gym. All proceeds will benefit the St. Joseph's Food Pantry and the free summer lunch for youth program. The event raises about 30,000 dollars each year.
For many area families, purchasing all the fixings for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner is a dream. One local group is making this dream a reality for thousands of people in the Grand Forks community.
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