CROOKSTON, Minn. -- At the Crookston stop on his “listening tour” Saturday, Gov.-elect Tim Walz emphasized accountability in government and the need for legislators to find common ground as they seek to solutions to problems the state faces. The event was part of a five-day, “One Minnesota” listening tour which is taking the newly elected governor and Lt. Gov.-elect Peggy Flanagan to 22 communities around the state.
GRAND FORKS — Alexandra Tweten, who grew up in Climax, Minn., has turned a blog — where women could share the horrors of digital dating apps — into a book. "Bye Felipe," published by Running Press, based in Philadelphia, was released Tuesday, Aug. 21. Tweten, who lives in Los Angeles, said she wrote it to help women navigate the perils of online dating and provide practical advice on how to overcome the harassment that is rampant in the world of dating apps.
GRAND FORKS - A man made off with an undisclosed amount of money from Wells Fargo Bank at 33 S. Third St. on Friday. Police officers were called to the bank shortly before 5 p.m. in response to the robbery which had just occurred. Police were told by witnesses that the man had walked into the bank and displayed a note to an employee.
WARREN, Minn.—The Marshall County Sheriff's Office is requesting the public's assistance in locating Dawn Knoll, 54, of Warren in the far northwest corner of Minnesota. Knoll left the Warren area on or about Feb. 4 with Glenn Nelson of Warren, according to a news release from that office. Sources told the Marshall County Sheriff's Office that the two had planned to leave for an undetermined amount of time. Warren is about 30 miles northeast of Grand Forks, N.D.
CROOKSTON, Minn. — Ever since they were about 6 or 7 years old, the Adams children have helped their parents work on renovating older homes for resale — starting out with tasks like fetching tools or sweeping out debris and moving on to buying, remodeling and reselling homes as teenagers. Now, as experienced house-flippers, Precious, 19, and triplets Serenity, Kazmir and Roman, 20, may have a chance to show their stuff on a reality show on HGTV, the network dedicated to all things home and garden.