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High-risk sex offender moves to Grand Forks

A high-risk sex offender moved to Grand Forks this week. Dylan Blake Littlewind, 22, moved to 515 N. 47th St. He is registered as a high-risk sex offender because of a 2014 conviction of aggravated sexual contact of a minor.


From Germany to Grand Forks: Woman finds birth father she had never known

She was an orphan when she was born in Germany 56 years ago. Today, she lives with her birth father and is culinary manager at the Red Lobster restaurant in Grand Forks. Brigitte Ulke came away from the restaurant kitchen the week before Easter to talk about her road to Grand Forks from Germany. It


Grand Forks police search for offender against children

Grand Forks police are asking for help finding a man who failed to register as an offender against children. Charles Murray Rodriguez, 30, was last seen March 6 when he was released from the Cass County Jail, a Facebook post from the police department said. Rodriguez said he would be coming to Grand


The Daily Skate: Is the NCAA uncomfortable with the lack of regional bids?

The NCAA announced two more years of regional hockey sites Friday morning. Next season’s regionals will be held in Albany, N.Y., Worcester, Mass., Allentown, Pa., and Loveland, Colo.


Woman sentenced for selling opioids that killed Grand Forks man

A Grand Forks woman will spend 14 years in federal prison for her role in a fentanyl overdose last January. Holly Dawn Soeby, 38, pleaded guilty in July for conspiracy to possess and distribute controlled substances resulting in serious bodily injury. She was sentenced Wednesday. The maximum penalty


Point Bridge set to open at 1:30 pm

Grand Forks, ND – Officials from Grand Forks and East Grand Forks will be opening the Point Bridge on Minnesota Ave. at 1:30 pm today for traffic. It will be monitored all weekend for water on the roadway. If water builds up on the roadway on the East Grand Forks side the bridge could be closed agai


GF - sex offender notification

In accordance with state law, the Grand Forks P-D is notifying the public of the presence of a Level-Three (High Risk) sex offender living in Grand Forks. Dylan Littlewind, 22, recently moved to 515 North 47th Street (Apt. 303). In 2014, he was convicted of aggravated sexual contact of a minor who w


Grand Forks works to redevelop water treatment plant site

The city of Grand Forks is working on a game plan for redeveloping the site of its current water treatment plant, as the city plans to transition operations to a new site in 2020.


Grand Forks man wanted for failing to register

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (Valley News Live) Grand Forks police are asking for your help in finding a man who failed to register as an offender more than a month after his release from jail.


North Dakota National Guard prepares to head to Romania

GRAND FORKS — Members of the North Dakota National Guard are preparing to head to Romania this summer for a three-week exercise that will allow them to interact with military personnel from around the globe.


Happy National North Dakota Day!

There seems to be a day dedicated to everything from National Pi Day to Talk Like A Pirate Day. but April 19th is all about North Dakota!. The National Day Calendar celebrates each state in the order they entered the union, starting the week of Independence Day and ending with Hawaii. Everything abo


Grand Forks Central presents 'The Good Doctor'

A theatrical production that blends the wisecracking wit of Neil Simon with the gentle satire of Anton Chekhov opens next week at Grand Forks Central High School. "The Good Doctor" runs Thursday through Saturday, with performances beginning at 7 p.m., in Central High's Black Box Theatre.


UND student rescued after paddling the flooded Red River shares his story

GRAND FORKS — Lucky to be alive after a terrifying experience paddling the flooded Red River, a Grand Forks man hopes others might rethink taking boats out in treacherous waters.


UND students elect new leaders

UND students have elected Gracie Lian and Matthew Ternus as president and vice president, respectively, of the student body. Lian, Grand Forks, and Ternus, Rogers, Minn., will take over for outgoing student body president and vice president Erik Hanson and Kaleb Dschaak. The pair will lead students


UND student's 'dreamlike' trip on river turns terrifying in just moments

GRAND FORKS — Lucky to be alive after a terrifying experience paddling the flooded Red River, a Grand Forks man hopes others might rethink taking boats out in treacherous waters.


North Dakota company demonstrates building border wall

MINOT -- A North Dakota company demonstrated to members of Congress including Sen. Kevin Cramer, R-ND, and other officials on Tuesday how the private company can build more than 200 miles of border fence on the southern border and at less money than the federal government says will cost for the proj


Grand slam pushes Western Illinois over UND

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (UND Athletics) – Kicking off the home schedule after 46 straight games away from Grand Forks, the University of North Dakota softball team fell, 8-0, to Western Illinois in five innings on Friday evening at the Alerus Center.


North Dakota company where 4 were slain seeks normalcy

MANDAN, N.D. – A small property management company in North Dakota where four people were slain in the early morning hours of April 1 is slowly returning to normal thanks to tight bonds among workers and community support.


Red Flag Warning issued for Western North Dakota

Emergency managers are notifying county residents that ABSOLUTELY no burning is allowed at this time. Around 9 am Central time on Friday, The National Weather Service in Bismarck, ND issued a Red Flag Warning for Western North Dakota: Divide,Burke, Williams, Mountrail, McKenzie, Dunn, Golden Valley,


Grand Forks School Fire Was Intentional

A fire at a Grand Forks elementary school is said to have been intentionally set. According to a news release from the Grand Forks Police Department, the fire was reported at 6:25 p.m. Tuesday at Ben Franklin Elementary School in Grand Forks. The fire was located in the library.