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June 25, 2017
Laura Jane Paulson is the retired director of the Grand Forks Schools food services. (Eric Hylden / Forum News Service)
The secret to living solo? 'Have someplace to be'
13 hours 58 min ago
One dead, two injured in ND rollover accident
14 hours 45 min ago
Before visiting your doctor, it's best to prepare an inquisitive set of questions. (Alexander Raths/Dreamstime/TNS)
10 things you should ask your doctor on your next visit
16 hours 2 min ago
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Pearl Harbor hero finally laid to rest in his hometown
20 hours 46 min ago
Gene Kramer writes down his meld points while playing a game of pinochle at the Grand Forks Senior Center. (Janelle Vonasek/Grand Forks Herald)
After his wife dies, senior finds new friendships playing cards
21 hours 29 min ago
Once or twice a year, Paulson drives to the Sax Zim Bog to dig for clay. Normally, he takes a few days and camps out and enjoys some of the wildlife. Jamey Malcomb, jmalcomb@lcnewschronicle.com
Digging in to stand out
22 hours 14 min ago
Lane closures on Main Avenue start June 26 in Moorhead
22 hours 24 min ago
Unwanted medications to be collected June 27 in Fargo
22 hours 49 min ago
June 27 talk to offer tips on boosting retail foot traffic
22 hours 50 min ago
Kurdish-American author to share memoir at library June 28
22 hours 51 min ago
32nd Avenue North closes Monday in Fargo for water main repair project
22 hours 53 min ago
Eighth Street West in West Fargo to close June 27
22 hours 54 min ago
The Snake Creek pumping station controls the water pumped out of Lake Sakakawea into its smaller sister, Lake Audubon, which, in turn flows water into the McClusky Canal. The Snake Creek Embankment carries four lanes of Highway 83 and could be threatened in a severe drought situation. Lauren Donovan / Bismarck Tribune
Corps' drought plan threatens promised supply of water
23 hours 27 sec ago
The McClusky Canal flows in the foreground with the wider expanse of Lake Audubon in the distance. The canal is gravity fed through headworks at the eastern end of the Lake Audubon and supplies an increasing number of irrigators, who are drawn to the project by the surety of long-term water supply contracts. Lauren Donovan / Bismarck Tribune
Interest grows in ND canal water for irrigation
June 25, 2017 - 7:02am
Weather Talk: Soaring Phoenix temperatures make it dangerous for airplanes
June 25, 2017 - 6:14am