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Crews servicing emergency sirens in Fargo

FARGO – The 29 emergency sirens in Fargo are currently being serviced by Mid-States Wireless. The project is expected to last for up to two weeks.

Sect leader charged with sexually abusing girls, remains at large

Sect leader charged with sexually abusing girls, remains at large

PINE CITY, MN -– A minister who led a cult-like religious sect in northern Pine County sexually abused numerous girls and young women who lived apart from their families in a “Maidens Group,” ac-cording to charges filed in State District Court.

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Fargo City Commission takes first look at marijuana ordinance

Fargo City Commission takes first look at marijuana ordinance

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - Marijuana might soon be illegal under state and city law in Fargo.

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Fargo assistant fire chief to retire after 40 years

Fargo assistant fire chief to retire after 40 years

FARGO – Assistant Fire Chief Steven Balstad will retire Friday after a 40-year career, making him one of only 15 employees to serve the Fargo Fire Department for that long.

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County commissioner says he's filing for Fargo City Commission seat

County commissioner says he's filing for Fargo City Commission seat

FARGO – Yet another familiar face will run for city commissioner here.

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Another familiar face joins Fargo City Commission race

Another familiar face joins Fargo City Commission race

FARGO – A former City Commissioner who was knocked out of his seat in the 2012 election will try to get his post back this year.

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Fargo issuing arrest warrant for Black Building owners

Fargo issuing arrest warrant for Black Building owners

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - A Fargo City Prosecutor is in the process of issuing a court ordered document to the representative of DTL Propertie, owners of the historic downtown Black Building, to appear before a judge.

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Small harvest in Fargo’s turkey hunt

Small harvest in Fargo’s turkey hunt

FARGO – Turkeys were added to Fargo’s in-town bowhunting program last year, but hunters didn’t exactly gobble up the new offering.

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WDAY Morning Web Update

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- WDAY 6 News update with Rebecca Lebak

Officials investigating oil rig fire near Watford City; 1 worker burned

Officials investigating oil rig fire near Watford City; 1 worker burned

WATFORD CITY -– Inspectors are investigating a drilling rig fire that occurred near here Tuesday afternoon that resulted in one worker’s injury, officials said Wednesday.

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Fargo school board member Strand will run for City Commission

Fargo school board member Strand will run for City Commission

FARGO – The election for city commissioners here is heating up, with a two-term school board member announcing his candidacy on Tuesday.

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Cass County administrator pleads not guilty in domestic assault

Cass County administrator pleads not guilty in domestic assault

MOORHEAD – Cass County, N.D., administrator Keith Berndt pleaded not guilty Tuesday to two misdemeanor domestic assault charges.

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Load restrictions begin in Fargo

Load restrictions begin in Fargo

FARGO –- The city of Fargo spring Class A and Class 1 load restrictions will go into effect Wednesday.

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Fargo City Leaders optimistic about bids for the new Public Health Facility

Fargo City Leaders optimistic about bids for the new Public Health Facility

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - Fargo city leaders are optimistic about the bids rolling in for the new Public Health Facility.

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Wimmer: Fargo needs new leadership, focus beyond flood control

Wimmer: Fargo needs new leadership, focus beyond flood control

FARGO – Brad Wimmer called for a changing of the guard – and a focus that includes but expands beyond flood control – as he officially announced his bid for mayor at the Fargo Theatre Thursday morning.

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