A Group in North Dakota wants to legalize recreational use of marijuana; North Dakota receives grant to develop respite care for family caregivers; Long time public radio personality Garrison Keillor fired for harassment allegations.
Results of traffic and alcohol saturation patrol conducted by state and local law enforcement released; Change of plea expected in Greywind murder case; North Dakota DPI awarded $18 million grant to improve reading skills.
Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce and City of Grafton announce annual "Light up the Town" Contest; A Crookston, MN woman will serve nearly six years in prison for her part in Flying J truck stop murder in 2016; NDUS Chancellor denies harassment allegations.
Two vehicle accident claims life of long-time Park River Veterinarian Gerard Dahl; ND Attorney General weighs in on charity scam; Public Heath officials looking to improve behavioral health services in rural North Dakota.
Traffic stop on I-94 leads to arrest of Minnesota woman and seizure of $1.3 Million worth of pot; American Crystal agrees to pay fine for hydrogen sulfide emissions and two Minnesota factories; ND Ag Commission says funds available for community orchards and gardens in 2018.
Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce holds Awards Banquet John Aasand name Citizen of the Year; North Dakota pushing for sales tax for on-line retailers; Western ND counties explore UAS development.
Grafton Chamber to host 59th Annual Awards Banquet tonight; Governor Burgum to visit Grafton, Langdon today to promote his "Main Street Initiative"; U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree travels through North Dakota.
Grafton man accused of four Class B counts of delivery of methamphetamine; Two women die in car train collision in Red Lake County; ND Legislative leaders to review anti-sexual harassment policies.
Forest River woman who died in one-vehicle crash near Minto Monday has been identified; Grafton City Council denies gaming site authorization for 12th Street Bowl; Bids to be opened soon for construction on Grafton's Flood Risk Reduction project.