A Walsh County bridge collapsed Thursday when a truck loaded with corn attempted to cross it, driver, unhurt, identified; Day two of Walsh County fair kicks off today; AARP has asked to intervene in natural gas rate increase requested by MDU.
Long-time Walsh County States Attorney appointed by Governor to replace M. Richard Geiger as judge in Northeast District Court in Grafton; Walsh County Fair in Park River opens doors to the public today; ND farmers push for support for renewable fuels.
Walsh County Fair opens today with 4-H/ FFA and open class entry interviews; Federal grand juries indict two Chinese nationals for distributing drugs in U.S.; UND Athletic Director announces retirement.
Walsh County Fair activities begin Wednesday in Park River; ND Insurance Commissioner holding first of several Medicare Part D enrollment events in Grand Forks today; Grain bin rescue training tonight in Fordville.
The 103rd annual Walsh County Fair kicks off Wednesday in Park River, several favorite events back for another year; Local fire and rescue units receive grain bin rescue units, training events this week; NDSU campus death ruled due to natural causes.
Neche man indicted by a federal grand jury on several counts of exploitation of minors and producing child pornography; Grafton school board at full strength after special appointment to fill vacant seat; Soybean, dry edible bean and sugar beet production all looking up in ND.
Grafton Park Board meets, Revenue for Leistikow Park Campround on track to set record high;
Grass fire burns hundreds of acres near Gilby, smoke seen as far as 30 miles away; A Nielsville Minnesota man killed in collision with truck hauling beets; County leaders discuss medical marijuana.
Grafton City Council approves measure to study a plan to renovate Grafton Armory to create a Community Events Center; "Valve turner" awaits sentence in Pembina County; North Dakota denied presidential major disaster declaration concerning this year's drought.
Grafton City Council will consider an architectural proposal tonight concerning future plans for the Grafton Armory and Carnige Regional Library; Several accidents involving beet trucks reported over the weekend; Environmental study of Dakota Access Pipeline could take until April 2018 to complete.