Wednesday marks day two of Jury selection in the murder trial of 32-year-old Jedidiah Troxel. The Crookston resident is accused of murdering 40-year-old Tonya Kazmierczk.
One the world's top skate boarding parks is just a day trip away from Grand Forks. "The Plaza at The Forks" in Winnipeg, even has the distinction as being sought out by pro-skater Tony Hawk.
A technology park at the Grand Forks Air Force Base that would support Unmanned Aerial Systems is one step closer to becoming reality.
With Halloween just a couple weeks away many people are putting a little scare into their yards.
It is day 11 of the partial Government shutdown. But there is some optimism today. The White House says Obama welcomes what it calls a "constructive approach" from congressional Republicans in a new offer.
The continued government shutdown could end up delaying disability checks to disabled veterans. It's estimated that if the government is not back up and running soon some 3.8 million veterans will not receive their disability compensation.
If the Government shut down continues, it could affect some 3.8 million veterans who will not receive their disability compensation. The head of Veterans Affairs told Congress the shutdown has already slowed the department's efforts to process disability claims.
The Ground Up Adventure organization has brought a new kind of family entertainment to the area. The event challenges families to find their way to checkpoints by riding, running and paddling along a course.
There was a short delay to the beginning of the sugar beet harvest this week because of warmer condition and now rain may again put things on hold. Rain has moved into the area, and farmers are now waiting to see how much they will get Friday.
It's the time of year when many communities celebrate autumn by holding fall festivals. This year is the 10th annual Pumpkin Festival in Walhalla.
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