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Grand Forks is the home of the historical University of North Dakota - the oldest institution in North Dakota; established in 1883, 6 years before North Dakota became an official state independent of the Dakota Territory.The various departments attract hundreds of visitors to the Grand Forks area with the many events held throughout each year.In 2010, Stennes sold the business to Dave Norman, who briefly ran the restaurant as Whitey’s Steaks and Seafood.The building was leased to Norman and a group of investors before it closed in February 2011.Friends and family visiting patients at the Altru Hospital can enjoy a short 1.8 mile stay from your loved one while in town staying at the La Quinta Inn & Suites Grand Forks hotel.Out of town visotors to Aurora Clinic and Altru Cancer Center, Altru Health Systems, Riverview Health will also find our hotel a great convenience.

Edwin “Whitey” Larson originally opened the business in 1925 as the Coney Island Lunchroom. Greg Stennes, who worked as a manager in the restaurant, bought it in 1973 along with a group of partners. — Whitey’s, an iconic East Grand Forks restaurant dating back to the Prohibition Era, is closing to make way for a Fargo-based eatery. Renovations are planned for the Whitey’s location, according to a news release.Sickies Garage Burgers and Brews will move into the restaurant at 121 De Mers Ave., Starmark Hospitality announced Monday. It’s possible Whitey’s could be moved into the banquet area in the basement, but it’s unclear if and how the restaurant’s legacy will continue.He said he was grateful that East Grand Forks made him and the staff at Whitey’s “feel like an East Sider.” He is also excited Sickies is taking over the restaurant.“We were proud to be a part of that community,” Bjerk said.

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