STAFF BLOG FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY Grand Forks Herald Publisher Mike Jacobs to retire in 2014
By Robb Jeffries
Grand Forks Herald
GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Grand Forks Herald Publisher Mike Jacobs has announced he will retire March 31.
Jacobs, who became publisher in 2004, has held numerous positi... Posted on 6/19/13 at 9:56 AM
NDAD INSIGHT 2nd power chair welcome transportation for 'Speedy'
Donald Shock eagerly welcomes each springs arrival to Dickinson, N.D. and for good reason.
I dont try to stand idle, said Shock, 73. Im either going somewhere or trying to enjoy the fresh air.
Its ... Posted on 6/14/13 at 3:20 PM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS: NEWS FROM THE GREAT OUTDOORS WITH HERALD OUTDOOR WRITER BRAD DOKKEN N.D. duck index dips, but remains well above long-term average
The numbers are in, and North Dakotas annual spring duck survey shows an index of 3.9 million birds, down 17 percent from last year, but still 73 percent above the long-term average since 1948.
Blue-... Posted on 6/10/13 at 3:04 PM
BISMARCK — North Dakota oil production rose 1.3 percent in April, hitting another all-time high despite record cold temperatures for the month and late winter storms that caused widespread road closures.
FARGO – Travis Beck’s defense attorney said the NDSU linebacker’s conduct “was entirely defensible” in the incident in downtown Fargo after the bars let out Sunday morning that ended with Beck being arrested and accused of beating a man unconscious.
GRAND FORKS — An associate dean and director of research at the University of North Dakota’s College of Nursing and Professional Disciplines is the latest of several faculty members who have quit or had their positions eliminated since controversial Dean Denise Korniewicz was hired in 2011, according to faculty.
Jennifer Johnson, Forum News Service
, June 10, 2013
CANDO, N.D. — The dozens of anglers lined up on shore and anchored in small boats looked almost out of place next to the huge farm equipment just a lure’s cast away as farmers scrambled to catch up with fieldwork delayed by a spring that was slow in arriving.
Brad Dokken, Forum Communications
, June 10, 2013
Fargo - Smoking materials were the top known cause of residential fires in Fargo during the past five years, and the percentage of fires that happened in apartments was notably higher in Fargo than in Moorhead during that time, statistics show.
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