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GRAND FORKS – A North Dakota education initiative has significantly expanded college and career preparation for middle and high school students over just a few years.
CROOKSTON—A recently hired American Indian liaison for Crookston Public Schools was fired Wednesday based on information the district will not disclose, according to the district superintendent. Jonathan Stronstad, a part-time...
CROOKSTON, Minn. – A new American Indian liaison for Crookston Public Schools, who some say has made strong progress with students, has been placed on temporary paid leave.
GRAND FORKS—Medical bills can be jaw-dropping. A surgery might be anticipated to cost $1,500 but the bill could be for $3,000. A basic check-up might spur several tests, causing the bill to jump beyond a $25 copay. What happened?
EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. - The four finalists competing for the East Grand Forks Public Schools superintendent position include a Grand Forks principal and superintendents from three northeast Minnesota districts. The school system released information on the finalists Friday. The successful candidate will replace Superintendent David Pace, who plans to resign June 30.
GRAND FORKS – The president of a community college on the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation said Tuesday she hasn't decided if she will file a lawsuit a fter being excluded...
FARGO — A Hatton boy recently involved in a fatal snowmobile accident was released Friday from the hospital, according to the CaringBridge website. Brody Johnson, 9, and his family left Sanford Children's Hospital after he spent nearly three weeks there, his mother Tracie Johnson wrote on the site. "We started Day 1 with so many questions, concerns and fears," she wrote. "There were so many unknowns. Now today, 19 days later, our son is coming home with us."
GRAND FORKS—One Norwegian family is seeking help identifying long-lost relatives in North Dakota and Minnesota. Lillian Glomsas of Harstad, Norway, a small town in the northern part of the country, is hoping to reconnect with extended family members who have ties to Finley, N.D., her son Just Borre Glomsas said. The family traveled to Grand Forks this week for Just Borre's son's graduation from the University of North Dakota and thought they would reach out to the public while they were here, he said. For the past month, he's been trying to reach relatives through Facebook and other
GRAND FORKS – Last year, Grand Forks teenager Thomas Devine left home to build a new life. A strong academic student, Devine had a clear plan to attend college here after high school, but his home life threatened that goal. With an absentee father who also had other problems, he had to leave, he said. He was 17.
HOOPLE, N.D. - The driver of a Valley-Edinburg Public School bus involved in a crash Monday was the district's superintendent. Mitchell Jorgensen, 47, of Hoople, was driving the bus carrying nine children—two of whom were his own—about 4 p.m. Monday in Walsh County.