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Ingrid Harbo


Ingrid Harbo joined the Grand Forks Herald in September 2021. She graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota with degrees in journalism and political science in May 2021.

While attending Concordia, Harbo served as editor in chief of The Concordian, Concordia's student newspaper, and interned at District Fray Magazine, a lifestyle and entertainment magazine in Washington, D.C.

Harbo covers Grand Forks region news, and also writes about business in Grand Forks and the surrounding area.

Readers can reach Harbo at 701-780-1124 or Follow her on Twitter @ingridaharbo.

In its sixth year, the Medora Christmas show is scheduled to have 24 shows in 22 communities this December. On Friday, Dec. 2, the show comes to Grand Forks with two shows at the Empire Arts Center at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Joan Azure, the driving force behind the effort to put donor registration on Turtle Mountain tribal IDs pursued the change in honor of her grandson Greyson Parisien, who died in 2019.
After losing the race for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives on Election Day, Cara Mund plans to use what she learned at Harvard to pursue a career in law.
Around the region, local grocers are reporting higher turkey prices as Thanksgiving sales start to increase, and sellers and producers alike agree avian influenza is a contributing factor.
With more than 235,000 votes counted, Armstrong had 62.0% of the vote, compared to Mund's 37.7%.
Incumbent Republican Rep. Kelly Armstrong describes a laid-back approach to the final days of his campaign, while independent candidate Cara Mund's schedule is packed with public appearances, interviews and meetings.
On Oct. 27, the North Dakota Department of Health and Human Services announced that it and the Nelson-Griggs District Health Unit are investigating an infectious case of TB in the county, and that HHS is working with local public health to provide testing to those who may have been exposed.
Republican candidates have a built-in advantage in North Dakota when it comes to fundraising, said Mark Jendrysik, University of North Dakota political science professor.
Incumbent Republican Rep. Kelly Armstrong and independent candidate Cara Mund are competing for the single, at-large seat in the House.
The colony started irrigating crops in 1972. Fifty years later, irrigation and innovation have allowed the colony to grow. Now 160 strong, they are preparing to start a new colony near McVille, North Dakota.