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Scott Berge, the business manager for Grand Forks Public Schools, said he can’t be sure how much longer the district will need it.

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Dietrich informed families earlier this week that due to a severe bus driver shortage, they would indefinitely suspend school bus services in Grand Forks. In the 24 hours following the announcement, five people approached Dietrich to inquire about the process to become a bus driver, Dietrich general manager Brian Yanish said.
The announcement, which comes days before the first day of school, has left parents across Grand Forks scrambling to figure out how to get their kids to and from school.
In the time of coronavirus, North Dakota educators are especially pinched, balancing safety demands and the needs of students out sick with a pandemic virus. The job is extra-challenging now, for teachers both in the classroom and teaching remotely.
SafetySpect leaders also expect that the CSI-D device will be a valuable tool for restaurants, emergency vehicles, supermarkets, nursing homes, hospitals, hotels, public transportation vehicles and meat-processing plants.
GRAND FORKS - The deaths of four people in an apparent murder-suicide Thursday, May 3, has left a community wondering if more could have been done.Longtime social services and domestic violence experts Kate Kenna and Kristi Hall-Jiran weighed in ...
GRAND FORKS-A community is grappling with the specters of mental illness and self-harm in the wake of an apparent murder-suicide that left a Grand Forks mother and three children dead.Residents down the Red River Valley and beyond have taken to s...

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BISMARCK-A national study says fewer North Dakota students are taking part in risky behavior involving underage sex, drinking, tobacco use and distracted driving, but state educators say more work is needed as reports of electronic bullying and a...

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