Two vehicle accident results in minor injuries; Taxable sales and purchases in ND down for first quarter of 2017; Rural ND stroke victims get helping hand.
Fireworks season is here. Fireworks legal in Grafton City limits through Tuesday, July 5. Grafton Police Chief Tony Dumas explains city ordinance; North Dakotans urged to look out for invasive Japanese beetle; Heavy rains hit region Wednesday.
Most crops in state in fair to good condition according the USDA's latest crop condition report; State revenue forecast anticipates $111 million in tax collections in June. Statewide fire and drought emergency declared.
Grafton Farmer's Market opens tomorrow; Drought conditions making many areas in ND vulnerable to fire; Governor Burgum applauds decision to allow haying of CRP in drought stricken areas of North Dakota.
Master Gardeners to host pollinator garden open house is Leistikow Park this afternoon from 4-6 p.m.; ND Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem says Governor overstepped his authority on some vetoes; Rainy Day fund spent down by Legislature.
Summerfest activities kick off Thursday in Grafton and run through Sunday, June 25; Grafton's Farmer's Market returns for 2017; School safety an issue in ND.
Grafton couple honored by North Dakota Highway Patrol; St. Thomas Daze set for Saturday; Missoula Children's theatre to perform Friday and Saturday.
Area School Board election results released, incumbents retain seats; Open house for First Care CEO Louise Dryburg set for Friday in Park River.