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Devils Lake officials look forward to jet service to Denver

The Devils Lake region is looking to book SkyWest Airlines, with daily round-trip jet service to Denver, as its sole provider of commercial passenger airline service under the federal Essential Air Service program.

Grand Forks Herald, 01/05/2014

Grand Forks woman inspires through volunteer work for schools, charity

Twenty students sat attentively on the floor, listening as Mary Adams read from “Clifford, The Big Red Dog,” in a classroom at Lake Agassiz Elementary School.

Grand Forks Herald, 12/31/2013

Grand Forks couple admired for dedication as foster, adopted parents

To say John and Christina Frank have their hands full is an understatement. Besides their full-time jobs, the Grand Forks couple care for five young children — all of whom entered their home through a foster parenting program.

Grand Forks Herald, 12/29/2013

Marvin employee bonuses top $11 million -- highest since 2007

Employees of Marvin Windows and Doors are enjoying a holiday like they haven’t seen in several years.

Grand Forks Herald, 12/27/2013

Newspaper executive named to succeed Mike Jacobs as publisher of the Herald

Korrie Wenzel, publisher of The Daily Republic in Mitchell, S.D., will succeed Mike Jacobs when he retires March 31, Forum Communications Co. announced Friday.

Grand Forks Herald, 12/27/2013

Discovery of long-lost ring turns fortune of woman mourning loss of brother

Michele Anderson says her life changed Monday after a good Samaritan found her 1993 Edinburg (N.D.) High School class ring – a ring that’s been lost for 20 years.

Grand Forks Herald, 12/24/2013

Lutefisk harder to find, but some eateries still offer Norwegian dish

For Ordean Thompson, lutefisk — that Norwegian delicacy that has passed from generation to generation — is a rare holiday treat. But these days, lutefisk is simply becoming rare, as fewer and fewer eateries offer the lye-soaked cod delicacy with the either-love-it-or-hate-it reputation.

Grand Forks Herald, 12/22/2013

N.W. Minnesota museums highlight innovators, inventors, entrepreneurs

Consumers all over the world owe a debt of gratitude to Fred McKinley Jones. In 1931, the Hallock, Minn., resident and founder of Thermo King Industries invented a portable refrigeration unit that paved the way for the frozen food trucking industry. Jones is just one of 17 “Innovators, Inventors and Entrepreneurs” featured in a traveling exhibit produced by the Minnesota Historic Northwest, a partnership of museums in a 12-county region. The exhibit is in Lake Bronson, Minn., this month.

Grand Forks Herald, 12/17/2013

Win-E-Mac receives $2 million endowment

Win-E-Mac School District and some graduating students could start reaping the benefits in the spring from an estimated $2 million estate, the largest gift the district ever has received.

Grand Forks Herald, 12/07/2013

Small markets lose flights, airlines blame new regulations

New federal rules on pilot qualifications have cut down commercial passenger air service in some smaller cities in recent months. In Devils Lake, for example, Great Lakes Airlines canceled 35 of its 90 regularly scheduled flights in November.

Grand Forks Herald, 12/07/2013

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