Grand Rapids Approves Agreement with Enbridge to Remove Part of Line 3
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Public File Reports
The city of Grand Rapids approved an agreement with Enbridge on Wednesday night for part of the existing Line 3 pipeline to be removed.
In the 2017 State A Quarterfinals against Central Minnesota Christian, Cade Goggleye had a buzzer-beater from beyond half court as the Grizzlies advanced.
The widely-known Harlem Globetrotters are making their way back to Duluth on Thursday, March 29 at 7:00 p.m.