On Friday East Grand Forks community is rallying around a former Grand Forks Central hockey player fighting for his life. Brenden Gust was diagnosed with Leukemia this summer.
Farmers in the valley are busy Friday, taking advantage of a break between moisture. They say rain and snow forecast for this weekend will keep them out of the fields, once again delaying the fall harvest.
The end of the government shutdown is being met with cheers locally. Federal employees are heading back to work and agencies dependent on government funding don't have to worry about cutting services. The tangible effects of the shutdown weren't catastrophic for many local agencies, but that doesn't mean there isn't relief that things are returning to normal.
Local sugar beet farmers weren't able to beat Mother Nature to the finish line for this year's harvest. They're dealing with heavy rains that are keeping them out of fields, along with the first frost of the season. Ag experts say this latest weather setback shouldn't pose a serious problem for farmers.
After Devils Lake flood waters threatened the town of Minnewaukan, city leaders decided to pack up and move part of the town away from danger. Now the new site of Minnewaukan is beginning to take shape, with the first homes being relocated.
After an unprecedented recall election, the entire Griggs County Commission was replaced Monday. Locals say they're upset the former commission approved building a $3.5 million courthouse after voters turned the proposal down. New Griggs County Commissioners say their main goal is to listen to their constituents, something they say the previous commission didn't do.
A school in Fort Totten is turning the lunch hour into a time for students to learn about their heritage. The school has started serving buffalo meat in school lunches.
A local veterans group says homeless vets have been tricked enough, and they deserve a treat this Halloween. The Devils Lake chapter of Disabled American Veterans is asking the public for food and clothing donations for homeless vets.
Plans are finally set to open a long-rumored VA clinic to Devils Lake, at Mercy Hospital. But local veterans say they've been burned by the VA before, and won't believe it's coming until they see it.
A North Dakota Game and Fish survey shows that the anglers on Devils Lake had a pretty good summer.
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