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GF fills 911 PSAP post

Grand Forks has filled the open 911 Center Director position with an internal candidate. The city council has approved the hiring of Shannon LaHaise to fill the post left vacant by the retirement of Becky Ault last month. A total of 21 people applied for the post – with four...
GRAND FORKS, ND
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4th of July celebrations around the valley

FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) - If you are looking to catch a fireworks display this 4th of July, there are a lot of options around the Red River Valley. Moorhead: The Moorhead Business Association is hosting the 49th annual 4th of July Fireworks Show. Fireworks will blast off from Horizon Park at 3801 24th Avenue South in Moorhead at dusk, lasting approximately 25 minutes. The park will be closed starting at 3:30 p.m. The group says fireworks can be viewed from almost anywhere in Moorhead and corresponding music will be playing on BOB 95.1.
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Man arrested following fake check scam in ND

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (Valley News Live) - One man is facing charges after police say he wrote fake checks and cashed them at North Dakota banks. Police say on Tuesday, June 28 they were called to Bank Forward in Jamestown for a fake check that was cashed. During the investigation, police...
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Bill Gates, Campbell farmland deal is legal

BISMARCK, N.D. — The North Dakota Attorney General’s office has ruled that a sale of farmland between Campbell Farms of Grafton, North Dakota, and a trust associated with billionaire Bill Gates did not violate a state anti-corporate and trust farming law because of a “lease-back” deal.
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New EGF school budget comes up a bit short

The East Grand Forks School Board has adopted a 2022-23 budget that deficit spends to the tune of over $838,000 dollars. The board adopted the $29 million dollar spending plan knowing that some numbers could change in the coming months. School officials note the budget is based on conservative estimates – including an enrollment of 1,840 students. The district started last year with a headcount of over 19-hundred only to see it fall to 1,858 by the time classes ended.
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