ARREST/FIRE REPORT-NOVEMBER 30
The Northwest Regional Correction Center reported the arrest of the following- Ryan Farah Powell, 22, of Crookston, for domestic assault and intent to inflict bodily harm to another. James Frederick Copeland, 52, of Crookston, for probation violation. Patrick Micheal Defoe, 21, of Detroit Lakes, for second-degree DUI while impaired with...
Grand Forks Police respond to 8 overdoses in 17 days
GRAND FORKS, N.D. (Valley News Live) - The Grand Forks Police Department says they have responded to a significant increase in overdoses in recent weeks, calling it “as concerning increase in opioid overdoses.”. Officers have responded to 8 overdoses in the past 17 days, and first responders and bystanders...
Climax, Michigan: A Pioneering Force in Agricultural History
Climax, Michigan, a town with deep roots in agriculture dating back to its establishment in 1896, has been instrumental in shaping modern farming practices. The Prairie Historical Society of Climax meticulously preserves the town's rich agricultural heritage, including the momentous contribution of Hiram Moore, an early settler who invented the first combine harvester. This remarkable machine, which combined reaping and threshing, signified a leap forward for the agricultural industry. Climax also holds the distinction of initiating the first rural free mail delivery in Michigan, further highlighting its historical significance.
WESLEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH HOSTING BLUE CHRISTMAS EVENT
Wesley United Methodist Church will be holding its Blue Christmas event on Wednesday, December 13, at 7 PM. This is a service of hope and healing for those experiencing grief and loss during the holidays. It will feature musical selections from piano, guitar, and violin. All are welcome to attend.
Surge in Drug Overdoses in Grand Forks Linked to Fentanyl
Witness the alarming surge of drug overdoses in Grand Forks, with eight cases reported in just 17 days. Learn about the dangers of illicit substances, the ongoing investigations, and the urgent plea from the police for public awareness and cooperation.
Late November Weather Update: Record Highs and Upcoming Cold Front
Experience the late November weather update, with temperatures hitting near-record highs in Fargo and Grand Forks. Enjoy viewer-submitted sunset photos and get ready for a cold front moving in, bringing a significant drop in temperatures. Stay tuned for more weather updates and forecasts.
Today the gas price is close to $2.95 in East Grand Forks as of 2023-11-30. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Thursday is $3.246, a week ago the price is $3.268 , according to AAA.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Puppies Up for Adoption in grand forks, ND
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to grand forks..
EGF voices support larger beet trucks
East Grand Forks is poised to throw its support behind a legislative request by American Crystal Sugar that would allow larger twin trailer trucks on designated streets. The proposed bill would allow twin 27 feet trailers on U.S. Highway 2…5th Avenue NE…and Business Highway 2 on a two-year trial basis.
Immerse Yourself in Creativity and Music at the Holiday LEGO Display Opening Adult Night!
Get ready to immerse yourself in a world of creativity and fun at the upcoming Holiday LEGO Display Opening Adult Night! Set to take place on Fri, Dec 01 from 6pm - 8pm, this event promises to be a delightful evening for LEGO enthusiasts and music lovers alike.
COF still searching for dollars
A meeting is planned today (Thursday) between city leaders and officials with the Circle of Friends Humane Society to discuss the shelter’s financial situation. COF staff members have been camping out and locking themselves in the adoption center on South Washington since November 17th trying to raise money to keep the doors open. CEO Lauralee Tupa says the cost of taking in animals is far outpacing available resources. Tupa says recent hoarding cases and abandoned animals have only made the situation worse.
Grand Forks AFB Set for Strategic Growth and Innovation in 2024
Grand Forks Air Force Base (GFAFB) is on the cusp of a significant evolution with the anticipated expansion of its mission in 2024. This positive shift in the base's trajectory was highlighted by Colonel David Castor, the 319th Commander, during his presentation to the Grand Forks School Board. The base is expected to play a pivotal role in the Space Development Agency's (SDA) low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellite operations, with the establishment of a Satellite Test and Checkout Center (TCC) which will serve as a critical node for U.S. military communications.
Grand Forks Man Arrested for Allegedly Threatening Police Officers
• A 38-year-old man named Phillip Andrew Huff from Grand Forks, North Dakota has been arrested for allegedly making threats against police officers. • The incident occurred at the Bun Lounge on November 3rd when police were called to remove Huff from the premises.
UND Quarterback Enters Transfer Portal and North Dakota High School Basketball Polls Released
Catch up on the latest sports news with KMOT's First News at Ten. Dive into the world of college football's transfer portal, get the scoop on North Dakota's high school basketball polls, and meet the Garrison girls basketball team's dynamic duo.
UND QB Tommy Schuster enters the transfer portal
GRAND FORKS, N.D. (KVRR/KNFL) – North Dakota Quarterback, Tommy Schuster has entered the transfer portal as a grad transfer. The senior quarterback from Macomb, Michigan, passed for over 9,000 yards and 63 touchdowns in his career. Schuster’s last game for UND came against Sacramento State in the first round...
Crookston Man Faces Multiple Charges Following Wild Arrest
Witness a wild arrest in Crookston as a 28-year-old faces multiple charges including assaulting officers, damaging a squad car, and disorderly conduct. The suspect, found with an alcohol level three times the legal limit, also faces charges for interfering with the legal process.
Central HS pool reboot still in question
The future of the Central High School pool will be back before the Grand Forks School Board next month. The Finance Committee waded through the pros and cons this week of getting the shuttered pool back up and running in time for the next school year. The clock is ticking with the scheduled closure of the Hyslop Sports Center in 2024.
GF canvasses special election results
The gap between the “yes” and the “no” votes in this month’s special Grand Forks sales tax election just got a little wider – but barely. A canvassing of the November 14th election this week (Monday) added one additional vote to the prevailing side – putting the final tally at 2,359 to 1,190.
Crookston Resident Arrested for Assaulting Officers and Damaging Squad Car
Witness a wild arrest as a 28-year-old faces multiple charges including assaulting officers, damaging property, and public intoxication. The incident involves a series of chaotic events, from stumbling on the streets to causing havoc in a squad vehicle and jail.
Eldred, Pennsylvania: A Testament to the American Pioneer Spirit
In the heart of McKean County, Pennsylvania, lies Eldred, a settlement that epitomizes the enduring spirit of American pioneers. Established in 1879 and originally known as Allegheny Bridge, Eldred's history is a vibrant narrative of early settlers who faced the wilderness with unyielding determination. From the first shingle mill in 1847 to the oil boom of the late 19th century, this town symbolizes the relentless pursuit of progress. The adoption of the name Eldred in 1880, in honor of Judge Nathaniel B. Eldred, marked a new era of prosperity and community development.