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North Dakota Representative Karla Rose Hanson on a package of "justice reinvestment" reforms lawmakers passed last year, in the Grand Forks Herald.
The eight newspaper people featured in the film include Jane Brandt, publisher of the Hebron Herald; Bill Marcil Sr., former publisher of The Forum-, Marilyn Hagerty, Grand Forks Herald columnist; and John Andrist, retired publisher of The Journal in Crosby.
He was a reporter at the Grand Forks Herald from 1982 to 1983 and a teacher at Bellarmine College Preparatory from 1979 to 1982.
Starting his career in 1994 at North Dakota's Minot Daily News as a copy editor, Huschka moved to North Dakota's Grand Forks Herald as a copy editor in 1995 and to the Kansas City Star as a designer and copy editor in 1997.
The Grand Forks Herald reported that Koleilat's message to the Senate was broadly non-sectarian and did not employ terms specific to Islam.
(http://www.grandforksherald.com/event/article/id/250238/group/homepage/) According to the Grand Forks Herald , McHale became sick in 2011 during a study abroad trip to Australia.
Tim Stevens, director of NPCA's Northern Rockies regional office, quoted by the Grand Forks Herald in response to a proposed wolf hunt along the John D.
Hours after her sentencing, Anvarinia was arrested for allegedly slashing a tyre on a truck, according to the Grand Forks Herald newspaper.
Tom Dennis is editorial page editor of the Grand Forks Herald in North Dakota.
The Grand Forks Herald reports local opposition to a proposed ethanol plant in Erskine, Minnesota, with anti-refinery yard signs sprouting up and residents concerned about well water.
One other point: Reading "Apocalypse in New Orleans" about the Times-Picayune reminded me of the struggles the staff of the Grand Forks Herald had in the 1997 Red River flood.