June 15, 1943 – July 11, 2023 GRAND FORKS, N.D. – William “Bill” Duden, 80, East Grand Forks, Minn., died Tuesday, July 11, in Grand Forks. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to noon, followed by a memorial service at noon, Thursday, July 20, at Dahl Funeral Home in East Grand Forks. The service will… Continue reading William “Bill” Duden – Obit
343 Mary Ann Hoberman was a poet and National Book Award winner for her 1978 children’s book “A House Is a House for Me.” Mary Ann Hoberman’s legacy Hoberman’s first children’s book, “All My Shoes Come in Twos,” was published in 1957. She would go on to write more than 40 other books for children… Continue reading children’s author dies at 92 – .
235 “Dakota” Fred Hurt was a gold prospector who starred on the Discovery Channel reality series “Gold Rush” and several of its spinoffs. “Dakota” Fred Hurt’s legacy Hurt first appeared on “Gold Rush” in its 2010 first season as an antagonist, taking over another prospector’s claim in Porcupine Creek, Alaska. He later explained to his fans… Continue reading reality TV star dies at 80 – .
UPDATE on our Tuesday post about a sexual assault in #MplsDowntown at the Main Library. CHARGED: Jeffrey Thomas Fossum, 06/23/1989, stays at Catholic Charities. -5th degree non-consensual sexual contact Charges say Fossum was inappropriately touching staff members at the Hennepin County Main Library, 300 Nicollet Mall. He allegedly grabbed a security guard’s buttocks. Fossum has… Continue reading Sex Offender |
UPDATE on our Tuesday post about a sexual assault in #MplsDowntown at the Main …
1K Manny Coto was a screenwriter, director and producer known for his work on popular genre shows such as “American Horror Story,” “Star Trek: Enterprise,” “24,” and “Dexter.” Manny Coto’s legacy In many ways, Coto seemed destined to bring stories to the screen. Born in Havana, Cuba, he fell in love with cinema at an… Continue reading writer for Star Trek, 24, Dexter dies at 62 – .
John-Boy returns to a pre-war, impoverished Walton’s Mountain and tries to reopen a long forgotten mine. Erin hides her second job from the family, attempting to earn more money for the family. John is trapped inside the mine that John-Boy has stuggled to re-open to create jobs in Rockfish.
248 Jimmy Weldon was a longtime ventriloquist, best known for voicing Hanna-Barbera’s cartoon duck, Yakky Doodle, and for his puppet character, Webster Webfoot. Jimmy Weldon’s legacy Born in Dale, Texas, Weldon served in Europe during World War II and was part of the company that liberated the Buchenwald Concentration Camp in April 1945. After returning… Continue reading voice of Yakky Doodle dies at 99 – .
Nov. 18, 1962 – July 11, 2023 MAYVILLE, N.D. – Greta Paschke, 60, Mayville, N.D., died Tuesday, July 11, in her home. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m., with a prayer service at 7 p.m., Sunday, July 16, at Mayville Lutheran Church. Visitation will continue from 9-10 a.m., followed by a funeral at 10 a.m.,… Continue reading Greta Paschke – Obit
2 Randy Fullmer was an animator and producer on such Disney films as “The Emperor’s New Groove” and “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.” Randy Fullmer’s legacy Fullmer got his start in animation working on projects including “Sesame Street” and TV commercials. He was hired by Don Bluth Studios, where he worked on the video games “Dragon’s… Continue reading Disney animator dies at 73 – .
Rev. Yvonne June (Gregoire) Tack, formerly of Grand Forks, died June 6, 2020, in Palm Springs, California. Yvonne was born January 18, 1937, to Mose and Lillian (Lane) Gregoire. She grew up on the family farm near Merrifield and attended Ellendale 61 Grade School and Thompson High School. She would go on to earn a… Continue reading Rev. Yvonne June (Gregoire) Tack – Obit