Larry Nybladh of Grand Forks Public Schools told the school board Monday night that both Air Force Base schools will remain open because more students are expected to come to the base with the new UAV mission.
A gunman opened fire at a school board meeting Tuesday, sending the audience scrambling before he exchanged shots with a security guard and then killed himself, police said. No one besides the gunman was injured.
School has been in session for a month and a half, but Grand Forks teachers have just reached a contract agreement with the school board.
October 12, 2009
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