If current trends continue, gardening will continue to grow in popularity in 2014. And even though the temperature maybe 20 below and spring still months away it's not too soon to start some planning.
It's been a colder than normal December, but there is one thing that makes it feel a little warmer, and that is the display of Christmas lights in yards everywhere.
The holiday travel season is in full swing. Those traveling by car may be in for some dicey roads as snow is predicted over the next few days.
Target says information from approximately 40 million of customer's credit and debit cards swiped in stores may have been compromised. There was by a data breach during the height of the holiday shopping season.
The parents of some Century elementary students are unhappy about the length of time it took the Grand Forks School District to notify them of a lockdown. The school was locked down for 15 minutes Tuesday afternoon when police believed a suspect had entered the school.
Could there be a better way to get into the Christmas Spirit and experience the great outdoors then to take an old fashion sleigh ride? In spite of the recent bitter cold temperatures that is exactly what many people have done.
A civil case involving a traffic accident where two children were killed has been settled out of court. The accident happened two years ago in December on Highway 2 at the intersection just south of the Grand Forks International Airport.
There are many people that still prefer a real Christmas tree over an artificial tree. And then there are those that take it even a step further, and that is going out into woods and cutting their own down.
People are dealing with some dangerous subzero temperatures. In Grand Forks the temperature didn't get about zero. Most people just have to deal with it to and from work, but there are some that have spend the day outdoor.
A long line of Christmas trees is lighting up the holiday season at the Columbia Mall in Grand Forks.
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