DOING IT DOWNTOWN Literary enthusiasts celebrate the written word
April Knutson, MSUM Multimedia Journalism
FARGO, N.D. Whether you like poetry or prose, Fargo offers several options for those looking to experience a live reading of literature.
People gather to... Posted on 11/2/12 at 7:42 AM
FARGO-MOORHEAD CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU Fargo-Moorhead's Celebration of Women & Their Music
This coming Saturday (February 18th) is the Fifteenth Annual Celebration of Women and Their Music. Im not sure how I was unaware of this event until just this week since Deb Jenkins founded it in 19... Posted on 2/16/12 at 5:04 PM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Mark Your Calender for The Port Cities Luncheon
The annual Port Cities Luncheon will be held May 5th at the Radisson in Duluth.
You must purchase your tickets ahead of time by calling Marcia at 218-722-1042.The tickets are $17.00.
The speaker is ... Posted on 4/15/10 at 2:47 AM
WHILE YOU WERE IN 3 Spin Review: Christine Hoberg: Nice
Christine Hoberg: Nice
Go see Christine Hoberg: Christine Hoberg has two local shows before heading back home to NYC. Catch her at 9 p.m. Wednesday at Beaner's Central, 324 N. Central Ave., an... Posted on 7/14/09 at 9:12 AM
Christine, ND (WDAY TV) - Nothing is for certain yet, but now with only congressional approval needed, homeowners who might be bought out because of the Red River Diversion are discovering what kind of legal ground they have to stand on.
Christine, ND (WDAY TV) - This weekend, friends and family will gather at a rural Christine, North Dakota church to support a family that has endured more than its share of heartache. This past spring, Wolverton farmer Keith Nelson was struck by a drunk driver.
Christine, ND (WDAY TV) - There's a cemetery 15 miles south of Fargo surrounded by a sugar beet field and the banks of the Red River. The last burial was 16 years ago. Now the man, who keeps the classic cemetery alive, is pleading for help. The river banks are washing closer to the caskets each year, WDAY 6 Reporter Todd Kurtz has that story.
CHRISTINE, N.D. (AP) — The Red River is threatening to take the caskets away from an eastern North Dakota cemetery that dates back to 1869.
September 15, 2009
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