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Meghan Arbegast

Reporter

Meghan Arbegast grew up in Security-Widefield, Colorado. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from North Dakota State University in Fargo, in 2021.

Arbegast wrote for The Spectrum, NDSU's student newspaper, for three years and was head news editor for two years. She was an intern with university relations her last two semesters of college.

Arbegast covers news pertaining to the city of Grand Forks/East Grand Forks including city hall coverage.

Readers can reach Arbegast at 719-235-8640 or MArbegast@gfherald.com.

Pronouns: She/Her

Languages: English

Investigators believe the victim was the same subject reported in the Red River on April 8
Several rivers have remained steady since Sunday going into Monday
The National Weather Service is projecting the Red River will crest at 46.5 feet by the middle of the week
Greater Grand Forks area expected to receive around 1.5-2 inches of rain in the next 48 hours as a storm moves through the region Friday into early Sunday
On April 26, the National Weather Service lowered the predicted crest of the Red River to 46 feet
As the Red Lake River in Crookston, Minnesota has already crested, several other rivers across the region are expected to crest as well
The ordinances include simple assault-hate crime, criminal mischief, criminal mischief-hate crime, harassment, and harassment-hate crime
Bochenski had shown support for an organization that was critical of a proposed policy at UND. Tuesday, the mayor listened to several members of the LGBTQ+ community, who thanked him after the meeting.