The Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa is pushing another attempt to build a casino in the city. Tribal leaders argue a Grand Forks casino could provide jobs for tribal members and create revenue for the city.
The Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa is back in Grand Forks Tuesday discussing the possibility of building a casino in the city. Tuesday's City Council meeting is a chance for the Turtle Mountain Band to discuss their vision for the Casino in Grand Forks.
An investigation continues into the death of a Crookston man found under water this weekend. 37 year old Kory Stromstad was submerged in a hole in the ice inside his spearfishing house Saturday just off the shore of Maple Bay.
Valentine's Day had lovers and area businesses busy buying and selling candy, flowers, jewelry and all the other gifts that go with this special day.
Another winter storm pushed it's way rather quickly through the region Thursday blowing snow and creating dangerous driving conditions. A no travel advisory was issued for several counties today and hazardous conditions forced several schools to delay or cancel class.
Incredibly high rates of violence in Indian Country. This alarming information revealed in a national report Wednesday at the 'Senate Committee on Indian Affairs' hearing in Washington DC.
For some, there's nothing like keeping a tradition passed down through the generations.
North Dakota oil industry has been on display this week in Grand Forks. Organizers say more than 700 people attended the Bakken Innovation Conference and Expo which ended Wednesday.
Senator Hoeven met with rail leaders Tuesday to help resolve shipping delays this winter. Leaders from American Crystal Sugar and Amtrak expressed concern that they aren't able to transport sugar or passengers like they used to.
Business, technology and research in North Dakota's Bakken oil patch. Hundreds of people are in Grand Forks to talk about how rapidly the oil industry has grown.
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