LM Wind Power in Grand Forks is hiring 170 workers with the help of $700,000 federal grant for renewable energy.RELATED CONTENT
An elevator fire broke out in Crookston Wednesday morning. The fire is believed to have started when a grain dryer being used to dry sunflowers at Sun Opta overheated in the early morning hours. For a time there was concern for the elevator building itself.
Two people who died in a home destroyed by fire Tuesday night in Hubbard County have been identified. Phyllis Kleeb, 79, and her son, Frank Kleeb, 56, were inside the residence when it caught fire.RELATED CONTENT
A proposed Devils Lake oil refinery that would handle 20,000 barrels a day and bring 50 to 100 jobs is being met with some concerns in the Lake Region. The company, American Energy Holdings is hoping to build the refinery within the next two years. But city leaders say that may not be a realistic goal.
Santa's Village in Grand Forks is officially open! More than 30 trees are on display at the Lincoln Golf Course clubhouse, each decorated with a different theme.RELATED CONTENT
No matter how well you care for your livestock, a rancher can't prevent a freak incident like this. When Dick Ressler started to round up his cows and calves last Tuesday along the Cannonball River he knew something was wrong.RELATED CONTENT
Fayme Stringer Henry feels like she lost her mother all over again. Nearly a year to the day since Henry’s mother died at 55 from cancer, she lost a tiny urn, in a sort of locket, stolen from her car outside her home in south Grand Forks late Tuesday or early Wednesday, Henry says.RELATED CONTENT
With just two days left before the U.S. House adjourns for the holidays, the prospects for getting a new farm bill passed before the Jan. 1 deadline appear dim.
Starting in 2014, Grand Forks plans to dedicate more money to maintaining its street system as part of a federal push to focus on preserving roadways.RELATED CONTENT
Police are looking for the suspect in Grand Forks burglary in which numerous tools were taken from a maintenance shed on north 43rd street.
AARP North Dakota is hosting a public discussion on the affordable health care act Thursday in grand forks.
The Alerus Center in Grand Forks is still negotiating a possible purchase of land south of the city-owned event center.RELATED CONTENT