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Business News: GF jobs…Boot Barn & Green Mill

Fewer Americans applied for jobless benefits last week as the U.S. job market remains robust despite myriad economic pressures, including four-decade high inflation. The Labor Department says applications for jobless aid for the week ending June 18 fell to 229,000, a decline of 2,000 from the previous week. First-time applications generally mirror the number of layoffs.
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GF Fire displaces three people

A fire last night ( Saturday) destroyed a shed and forced three people from a mobile home. The Grand Forks Fire Department was dispatched to 5218 Circle Dr. North shortly before 11:30 p.m. for a report of a structure fire. Fire crews arrived on scene to find a shed in the back of the property fully involved and that fire had spread to the mobile home.
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Three people displaced by shed fire that spread to mobile home

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (Valley News Live) - A fire has displaced three people living in a mobile home in Grand Forks. Emergency crews were called around 11:30 p.m. Saturday night to 5218 Circle Dr for a report of a fire. When they arrived, a shed was found fully involved in...
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Friday night storms in Red River Valley

A large storm system passed through the Red River Valley prompting numerous weather warnings on Friday. The National Weather Service says winds of 50 mph or greater were common with an 88 mph gust clocked north of East Grand Forks. Heavy rains reported at many locations. The NWS says tornadoes...
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Longoria Provides Crookston’s Only Hits in Losses to Warroad

Alex Longoria went 3-for-5 in two games against Warroad, providing Crookston’s only offense in the two losses. Defensively, the pitching staff allowed as many hits as walks, which aided in the Warriors’ victories. Warroad 12 Crookston 0. Evan Grover, Warroad’s starting pitcher, allowed just one hit in five...
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Young Girls’ Basketball Team Gains Experience in UND Tournament

The Crookston Pirate girls’ basketball team had its first of five summer tournaments this past week at the Betty Engelstad Sioux Center. The team went 2-5 during the two days. At the end of the last season, the girls’ basketball team graduated 10 seniors, leaving many starting spots open...
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Junior Legion Shows Improvement in Doubleheader Against Parkers Prairie

After coming off a doubleheader sweep to Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton, Crookston’s Junior Legion team bounced back in game one against Parkers Prairie. Despite the loss, the Pirates collected 13 hits in the first game, which was five more than they had combined in their previous games against the Rebels. Parkers Prairie...
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THE 2022 FALL DRIVER’S EDUCATION PROGRAM DEADLINE IS IN TWO WEEKS

With the summer sessions of the Driver’s Education program ending last Wednesday, June 15, Highland Elementary School Principal and Driver’s Education instructor Chris Trostad is preparing for High School students interested in getting their permits before the school year begins as the Fall session starts on Thursday, July 14.
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Crookston Volleyball Concludes Stint in Fertile-Beltrami

After a second-place finish from the 16U squad on Tuesday, June 21, Crookston’s 18U and 14U teams traveled to Fertile-Beltrami for tournaments of their own. Four players from the 16U team—Dani Kresl, Emma LaPlante, Joey Nesseth and Mackenzie Funk—played for the 18U team again on Wednesday. They matched up with Anna Funk, Emilee Tate, Libby Salentine and Brianna Wardner for a spot in the bronze bracket.
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City of Grand Forks truck damages UND skywalk

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – A UND skywalk over University Avenue was damaged by a City of Grand Forks vehicle Friday morning. UND officials say around 4 a.m., a city dump truck was driving westbound with its box raised too high and struck the skywalk that connects Johnstone and Hancock Halls near Princeton Street. The crash caused visible damage to the skywalk’s east side.
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ARREST/FIRE REPORT- JUNE 27, 2022

The Northwest Regional Corrections Center in Crookston reported the following arrests. Jessica Kelly Chunn, 32, of Fosston, for 2nd-Degree DUI. Serena Lee Oppegard, 48, of Bagley, for Vehicle Theft. Pedro Silva Jr., 31, of Crookston, for DUI. Alexis Errin Lohnes, 24, of Grand Forks, for 3rd-Degree DUI. Amanda Dee Marquardt,...
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