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Vetter also enjoys accountant role.
October 31, 2007... Byline: Tu-Uyen Tran Oct. 31--If you mind the pennies, the dollars will follow. That could well be the motto for Clarence Vetter's past four years on the East Grand Forks City Council and for his re-election campaign. The 46-year-old certified public accountant from Ward 1 talked...
Investigation continues in beating death.
October 31, 2007... Byline: Susanne Nadeau Oct. 31--No arrests have been made in connection to the Saturday night beating death of 38-year-old Joel Lovelien outside a Grand Forks bar, but police have received numerous calls about the incident. Lovelien of Grand Forks was out with friends and his...
Grand Forks Herald, N.D., Jeff Tiedeman column: Bayou boil up on the Plains.(Column)
October 31, 2007... Byline: Jeff Tiedeman Oct. 31--Westby, Mont., is a long way from New Orleans, but a Cajun from Louisiana would have felt right at home with the treat we had on opening day of pheasant season. While I hunted alone in the Big Sky state over the Oct. 12-13 weekend, one of my partners,...
Grand Forks Herald, N.D., Marilyn Hagerty column: THE EATBEAT: Mongolian barbecue: The real deal in Panda Buffet.
October 31, 2007... Byline: Marilyn Hagerty Oct. 31--I think of it as a Chinese restaurant, but Panda Buffet on South Columbia Road bills itself as an International Super Buffet with Chinese, American, Italian and Japanese fare along with Mongolian barbecue. I went there on a Saturday evening...
EDITORIAL: State of the city -- Resolving two views.(Editorial)
October 31, 2007... Oct. 31--Our view: If life in Grand Forks is so bad, why don't voters express their anger at the polls? Two sketches, both of Greater Grand Forks, both showing many residents finding it harder to make ends meet. But while one sketch leaves a space open for remedies involving government...