Grand Forks Herald
GRAND FORKS — Several times a day, oil trains rumble through Grand Forks (and other Midwest cities), prompting red lights to flash, rail safety arms to fall — and stopped motorists to ponder their fiery fates if that train were to explosively derail.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The law is the law. And that’s true for the statutes governing the sugar trade no less than it is for assaults, drug dealing and white-collar crime.
From Forum News Service An editorial from a Midwest newspaper. Midwest Opinion: U of Minnesota’s foresight gives Teach for America a chanc e GRAND FORKS, N.D. — On May 9, the...
GRAND FORKS — The stakes couldn’t have been higher when President Barack Obama faced the “Go/No go” decision to get Osama bin Laden. A disastrous outcome would have haunted his administration. It would have been even more humiliating than the Desert One debacle in 1980, which ended with two U.S. aircraft destroyed, eight servicemembers dead and Jimmy Carter a one-term president.
From From News Service An editorial from a Midwest newspaper. Rescind lawmakers ‘free pass’ on DWI law GRAND FORKS — When they began their project to rescind Minnesota lawmakers’ immunity to...
From Forum News Service An editorial from Midwest newspapers. Is a college degree still worth it for students? GRAND FORKS — Human beings are rational actors, by and large. So, if...
GRAND FORKS — As parents in most North Dakota communities would testify, it’s obvious what school counselors do and what services they provide.