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Halloween haunts for the whole family

October 25, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Halloween is Wednesday. Here’s a list of local haunted attractions. Continue Reading

Places to visit to scare yourself stiff

October 14, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Haunted houses and creepy events return for Halloween season in the Grand Forks region. Continue Reading

Area mosquito spraying Friday

July 19, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Spraying for mosquitoes will be conducted from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday in Buxton, Thompson and Reynolds, N.D., weather permitting. Continue Reading

I-29 construction begins at Reynolds

June 8, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

A construction project began Thursday that reduced traffic to one lane in each direction on a portion of Interstate 29 south of Grand Forks, the North Dakota Department of Transportation announced. Continue Reading

Tubes for the trapped

December 11, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Seeing men die in an ugly fashion, buried in grain bins, pushed Dale Ekdahl to do something.
The Elbow Lake, Minn., man, retired from a career in the Army, started building and selling “grain bin rescue tubes.”
Last week, Paul Coppin, general manager of Reynolds (N.D.) United Co-op invited Ekdahl to talk to local firefighters and elevator employees.
Ekdahl’s “tubes” are really 18-inch-wide curved lengths of shiny aluminum, with ladder steps welded on the outside. Continue Reading

MARILIYN HAGERTY: A very special birthday: GF woman will be 101 on 11/11/11

November 5, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

She was born Nov. 11, 1910. And this coming Thursday, Cecilia Adams of Grand Forks will be celebrate her 101st birthday on 11/11/11. There will be a celebration, of course, but probably not as big as last year on her 100th birthday. At that time, friends and family made her Queen for a Day and celebrated at her home church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Reynolds, N.D. Continue Reading

Growing money off trees

February 18, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Reynolds couple watches family business thrive.Jeff and Amy Sobolik have four children to put through college. So, in 1994, the Soboliks launched Prairie Forest Products, a family business that cuts up trees, most of them from shelterbelts on area farms, for firewood. Continue Reading

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