Grand Forks Herald
So important is the office of the president that Europeans often say they wish they could vote in U.S. elections. That won’t be happening anytime soon, of course. But it...
Forum News Service Last week, President Barack Obama’s recent visit to Cuba got a post-visit boost: Fidel Castro came out against it. Fidel’s opposition helped Obama because in making his...
Times change. Circumstances change.
Sooner or later, a venue near you is likely will install metal detectors for fans to pass through before concerts and games.
Here’s a key to the Donald Trump phenomenon, and the best reason why the odds still are against him becoming the Republi1can nominee:
When it comes to safety, maybe the “sailors” across America’s amber waves of grain can learn from the sailors on the deep blue sea.
Grand future is right. The more one learns about the unmanned aerial systems industry ... , the more one senses the excitement and realizes that the Grand Sky aviation business park in Grand Forks, N.D., is (a good sign). Which is absolutely terrific news, of course.
Here’s the thing to remember about Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s education reforms.
Once you have broadband, once your workplace has broadband and once your community has broadband, it's easy to think that everybody has broadband. But everybody doesn't. In fact, across rural Minnesota, nearly 40 percent of households lack access to broadband service that meets even the low end of Minnesota's speed goals. That's unacceptable — and in those communities, nothing would goose the economy more strongly than getting fast and reliable broadband service.
President Barack Obama would do America a great service if he were to show the courage of his convictions, and seek Congress' approval of his nuclear agreement with Iran. And Minnesota's senators would do the president a great service if they were to help persuade him to make that move. They could do that by signing on to a key bill by Sen.