Open enrollment for Health Insurance begins Wednesday; "Magic of Medora" returning to Grafton performing arts center in December; Indoor venues for "trick or treat" activities.
This week is Severe Winter Weather Awareness week, be prepared with a winter weather survival kit; Trick or Treaters to be welcomed at area locations Tuesday night; Arrests made in Grand Forks hold up.
Hall's Potato Warehouses, wash plant and offices in Edinburg destroyed by Fire, seven area fire departments battled blaze; Grafton man sentenced in child abuse case; NVCTC service group collecting skating equipment for those who can't afford it.
Winter Storm issued by National Weather Service, Blizzard conditions possible Thursday into Friday; Grafton Chamber currently seeking nominations for their annual awards banquet; Fall fisheries survey show most North Dakota waters with good fish populations.
Turtle Mountain Chippewa Tribal Council votes to remove chairman; Tourism numbers look good for 2017; Deer and Turkey licenses still remain for fall season.
Name of Walhalla man killed in Friday crash identified, driver charged with DUI; State tax revenue up in September; MDU rate increase under fire.
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.