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The Grand Forks Herald
Grand Forks Herald
is a daily broadsheet newspaper, established in 1879, published in Grand Forks, North Dakota, United States. It is the primary daily paper for northeast North Dakota
North Dakota
and northwest Minnesota. Its average daily circulation is 34,763 on Sundays and 31,524 on weekdays. It has the second largest circulation in the state of North Dakota.

Contents

1 Grand Forks Herald
Grand Forks Herald
Building 2 Corporate ownership 3 Newsroom

3.1 Editors 3.2 Writers 3.3 Former personnel

4 References 5 External links

Grand Forks Herald
Grand Forks Herald
Building[edit]

Grand Forks Herald

U.S. National Register of Historic Places

The remains of the former Herald building after it was destroyed by fire and floodwater

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Location 120-124 N. 4th St., Grand Forks, North Dakota

Coordinates 47°55′33″N 97°1′58″W / 47.92583°N 97.03278°W / 47.92583; -97.03278Coordinates: 47°55′33″N 97°1′58″W / 47.92583°N 97.03278°W / 47.92583; -97.03278

Area less than one acre

Built 1939, 1949, 1959

Architect Wells, Theo. B.; Groz & Anderson

Architectural style Moderne

MPS Downtown Grand Forks
Downtown Grand Forks
MRA

NRHP reference # 82001326[1]

Added to NRHP November 30, 1982

The Grand Forks Herald
Grand Forks Herald
won a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service
Pulitzer Prize for Public Service
for its coverage of the 1997 flood but the prize was bittersweet, as the Herald building had not only been inundated but, ironically, burned to the ground in the midst of the floodwaters. Despite losing its offices during the flood, the Herald never missed a day of publication. Temporary offices were set up at the University of North Dakota
North Dakota
and at a nearby elementary school. Papers were distributed free of charge to flood "refugees" in neighboring towns. Following the flood, the newspaper rebuilt its office building in downtown Grand Forks. Its distinctive features are a tall clock tower and the symbolism built into the structure, as well as parts of the old building that survived the fire. A new printing facility was also built in an industrial park in the western part of Grand Forks. The historic building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.[1] It was a two-story Art Moderne brick commercial building built in three parts, in 1939 (designed by Theodore B. Wells, 1949, and 1959.[2] Corporate ownership[edit] Knight Ridder
Knight Ridder
sold the Herald to The McClatchy Company
The McClatchy Company
on June 27, 2006. McClatchy had already arranged the sale of the Herald to Forum Communications, owner of The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead
The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead
and WDAZ-TV
WDAZ-TV
in Grand Forks. Today, the Herald is one of many regional newspapers published by Forum Communications. Newsroom[edit] Editors[edit]

The clock tower of the Herald building in downtown Grand Forks

Korrie Wenzel (Publisher) Kirsten Stromsodt (Editor) Christopher Bjorke (Content editor) Janelle Vonasek (Design editor) Lori Weber Menke (Multimedia manager) Wayne Nelson (Sports editor) Tom Dennis (Opinion page editor)

Writers[edit]

Marilyn Hagerty (columnist) Brad Elliott Schlossman (college hockey reporter) Tom Miller (sports reporter) April Baumgarten (reporter) Greg Devilllers (reporter) Brad Dokken (outdoors reporter) Andrew Haffner (reporter) Andrew Hazzard (reporter) Sam Easter (reporter) Pamela Knudson (reporter)

Former personnel[edit]

Stuart McDonald (Editorial cartoonist, 1961-1967)

References[edit]

^ a b National Park Service
National Park Service
(2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.  ^ C. Kudzia; Norene Roberts; Joe Roberts; Gary Henrickson (1981). " North Dakota
North Dakota
Cultural Resources Survey: Grand Forks Herald" (PDF). National Park Service. Retrieved January 5, 2018.  With four photos from 1981.

External links[edit]

Grand Forks Herald
Grand Forks Herald
website Stuart McDonald Cartoon Collection Digitized cartoons of Stuart McDonald, editorial cartoonist of the Grand Forks Herald
Grand Forks Herald
from 1961–1967

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Forum Communications

Corporate directors

William C. Marcil (Chairman) Bill Marcil, Jr. (President & CEO) John Hajostek (CFO)

Newspapers

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Pulitzer Prize for Public Service
Pulitzer Prize for Public Service
(1976–2000)

Anchorage Daily News (1976) Lufkin Daily News (1977) Philadelphia Inquirer (1978) Point Reyes Light (1979) Gannett News Service (1980) Charlotte Observer (1981) Detroit News (1982) Jackson Clarion-Ledger (1983) Los Angeles Times
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(1984) Fort Worth Star-Telegram
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(1987) Charlotte Observer (1988) Anchorage Daily News (1989) Washington Daily News / Philadelphia Inquirer (1990) Des Moines Register (1991) Sacramento Bee (1992) Miami Herald
Miami Herald
(1993) Akron Beacon Journal
Akron Beacon Journal
(1994) Virgin Islands Daily News (1995) News & Observer (1996) New Orleans Times-Picayune (1997) Grand Forks Herald
Grand Forks Herald
(1998) Washington Post (1999) Washington Post (2000)

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