Gonvick residents Cheri and John Gunvalson and their son Jacob will travel to Washington, D.C. to attend a Federal Drug Administration, FDA public forum on September 28th that will help decide if a treatment their son is on will be approved in the U.S. Their son was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular...
ST. PAUL – Governor Mark Dayton and Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) Commissioner Shawntera Hardy today joined leaders from Digi-Key, a global electronic component distributor in Thief River Falls, to break ground on the company’s new $200 million expansion project.
RED LAKE - At a ceremony held at the Red Lake Nation College on Saturday, August 19, 2017, Red Lake Band member Major Delvin L. Schmunk, retired from the United States Air Force after serving 20 years.
Schmunk is the son of LaVonne “Mickey” Schmunk. He is a 1988 graduate of Gonvick-Trail High...
#UMDProud | August 23, 2017 | Cheryl Reitan
Kelsey's morning commute takes her about an hour. She leaves her rented room in a Japanese family home and travels to the U.S. Consulate General, Osaka-Kobe. On the way to work, she stands in the train car, crushed against the window surrounded by...
Office of the Governor
130 State Capitol
St. Paul MN 55155
Enbridge Line 3
PUC Docket Numbers CN-14-916 and PPL-15-137
Dear Governor Dayton and Commissioner Rothman,
The proposed Line 3 Replacement Project (L3R) is a vital energy infrastructure project for Minnesota and the...
What would happen if the front page of your newspaper contained no news? What would the community do? Would they miss it? What would people in town talk about? How would they react?
More than 200 newspapers across the State of Minnesota will publish no news on their front pages during the week of...
Story and photo courtesy Chris Murphy in the Fargo Forum.
Ryan Strem, 38, glowed as another Tuesday night of baseball at Strem Field was approaching. He was up at 4 a.m. to make sure the sprinkler system was keeping the grass in the outfield a perfect green. The corn stalks behind the grass stood...
Editor’s Note: Story and photo courtesy of the St. James Plandealer newspaper and Troy Krause.
Had one seen Glenn and Sara Madsen’s bucket list prior to this past March, the words Kenya, or even Africa for that matter, would not have been there.
Yet, this past spring the two of them spent a month...
Gully Day this year actually started on Gully Day Eve with a whist tournament in the Gully Hall. Almost fifty people entered the tournament and whether you were a good player or maybe not so good a player, everyone had a great time! When it was all over the grand champions of Gully were Carole...
Amanda Brustad is a land surveyor, and finds the rewards of her profession very satisfying.
“I love my job,” Amanda says enthusiasticly. “I get to work outdoors in beautiful weather like this. I enjoy seeing the construction of things being built, and to see the progress.”
“I am the local...