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- Young teachers need mentoring to thrive, survive
- MARILYN HAGERTY: Squash-cooking tricks and Halloween treats
- OUR OPINION: Miles to go before the Bakken sleeps
- LETTER: Elect Delmore, Bakke and Thorson in District 43
- LETTER: Measure 8 can improve education in N.D.
- LETTER: Why pass Measure 1, if it’s as weak as supporters say?
- LETTER: Vote Republican in districts 17 and 43
- LETTER: Crookston-born and –raised, Kiel ‘gets our way of life’
- AT THE MOVIES: 'Before I Go to Sleep' ... 'Nightcrawler' ... 'Saw 10th Anniversary'
- LETTER: Letter doesn’t speak for all med students or physicians
- LETTER: Good reasons to vote for Grossbauer in GF
- CATHERINE KRUMMEY: ‘St. Vincent’ defies ‘grumpy old man’ conventions
- History & Map - Grand Forks County
Created by the 1872-73 territorial legislature and named for the then-village of Grand Forks, which itself was named for its location at the junction of the Red Lake River with the Red River of the North. Grand Forks is home to the County Office Building and the County Court House. Several cities reside in Grand Forks County.
Government Organized: Commissioners were designated in July 1873 but organization was not completed until March 2, 1875.
County Seat: Grand Forks, 1875-present.
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