Grand Forks Homeowner Makes Pleasant Discovery Of A Cardinal Nest In Her Yard

Cardinals are becoming more abundant in Grand Forks and across the region, and Joanna Pearson was pleasantly surprised  Saturday to discover a pair nesting in the bottom branch of an evergreen tree in her yard on Ninth Avenue North. Pearson says she found the nest trimming her pine trees and was  able to get photos…
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Leg-Band Photo Confirms It: Marv The Peregrine Is Back In Grand Forks

It’s official: The peregrine falcon that flew into town last week is Marv, the patriarch of Grand Forks’ peregrine clan the past couple of years. Named after Marv Bossart, a Fargo TV personality who died in 2013, Marv was hatched that same year in Fargo and showed up in Grand Forks to mate the next…
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Stay On Designated Trails If You Snowmobile In Grand Forks And East Grand Forks

Snowmobilers are revving to hit the trails after last week’s snowfall, but if you ride in city limits of Grand Forks or East Grand Forks, make sure to stay on designated trails. In Grand Forks, access to the trails is limited to three designated drop-off sites, and riders must transport their sleds to those designated…
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Pumpkin Paddling Recap

I had a fun time Saturday covering Rick Swenson in his quest to set a world record for paddling a giant pumpkin. Swenson, of Fergus Falls, Minn., grows giant pumpkins and decided to try and set a Guinness World Record for paddling one of the gigantic gourds. When he first came up with the idea,…
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New Dock For Fishing And Nonmotorized Watercraft Ready For Use In Downtown Grand Forks

A new floating dock for canoes, kayaks, paddleboards and other nonmotorized watercraft has now been installed on the Red River in downtown Grand Forks. The Greenway this morning sent out an update about the new dock, which is designed to give nonmotorized watercraft users a place to launch without fighting the nasty mud that’s so…
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