Northeast District Judge M. Richard Geiger announces retirement; Construction season underway in North Dakota including Hwy 66 west of Crystal; ND Legislature hopes to close session today.
A simulated tornado warning will take place today as part of severe weather awareness week in North Dakota; A nationwide survey shows North Dakota just below the national average in emergency preparedness; House and senate to study self funded health insurance for state employees.
Bill to have state fund county social service programs on the way to Governor Burgum for his signature; Producers urged to sign up for ARC-PLC program; Grand Forks teacher sentenced for having sex with a student.
This week is Severe Summer Weather Awareness week in North Dakota, simulated tornado warning to take place Wednesday statewide; Level 3 sex offender relocates in Grafton; ND Senate approves measure to cap local property tax increases.
Five cars from a Burlington Northern Santa Fe train derailed early Wednesday Morning. According to the Walsh county Sherriff’s Department, The cars were carrying wheat. No one was injured when the derailment occurred. The derailment happened south of Grafton near 150th Avenue and 67th street. Township roads near the accident are closed until further notice until cleanup is completed.
Preliminary hearing set for Minto man arrested for allegedly selling fentanyl-laced pills in Walsh County; Renowned pianist Lorie Line to perform in Grafton tonight; North Dakota's Tourism Director optimistic about summer travel season.
Dangerous pills containing fentanyl continue to circulate in Walsh County; Renowned pianist Lorie Line to perform at Grafton Performing Arts Center; DOT to close some maintenance shops in North Dakota; Governor Burgum signs medical marijuana bill into law....
City of Grafton announces dates for annual Spring Cleanup; No one injured in East Grand Forks residential home fire; Highway Patrol funding bill on its way to Governor for signature; Average price for gallon of gas hits 17-month high.
Temporary dikes in city of Grafton to remain a while longer; Senate says "No" to "Self Insurance"; Medical marijuana bill awaits governor's signature...
Grafton Park Board updated on 1.1 Million Dollar Centennial Center renovation project; ND House says no to parking meters; Grand Forks elementary schools locked down Wednesday.