FARGO -- Bernie Sanders received an enthusiastic welcome in Fargo on Friday, May 13, drawing a crowd of nearly 2,000 and urging them to deliver him a victory in the North Dakota Democratic caucuses on June 7. "If we can do it in Minnesota, we can do it in North Dakota," he said to huge applause, referring to his win in the Minnesota caucuses over the front-runner Hillary Clinton in March.
FARGO – Joel Vettel, the next executive director of the Fargo Park District, will start out with a salary of $145,000 under a contract set to be approved tonight, May...
A Moorhead man is in jail after being accused of supplying heroin that nearly killed two people in overdoses in the metro last month. The region has been hit with...
MOORHEAD – Two Moorhead City Council members fired back at a colleague who wrote that they "feigned great surprise" at the outset of the city's controversial separation with former City Manager Michael Redlinger.
FARGO—A judge has ordered a Fargo man to pay a $400 fine for fighting someone outside the downtown Red River Women's Clinic last year. In October, Nikolaus Severson was goading anti-abortion protesters picketing outside the only clinic that performs abortions in North Dakota when a passer-by spit in his face. Severson "grabbed the victim, threw him to the ground and sat on him," prosecutor Ian R. McLean said in Municipal Court on Thursday, April 14.
VALLEY CITY, N.D.—A professor at Valley City State University was arrested after more than 200 credit cards and gift cards were discovered in his apartment, Valley City police said. Social science professor Long Man Ram Lau, 33, could face charges of possession of stolen property and unauthorized use of personal information. He was booked in the Barnes County Jail on Tuesday, March 22.
MOORHEAD—Rod Lucier, a longtime Moorhead broadcaster who promoted a fateful Buddy Holly show almost 60 years ago, died on Sunday. He was 82. For a show at the Moorhead Armory on Feb. 3, 1959, Lucier booked rock 'n' roll stars Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. Richardson, also known as the Big Bopper. Early the morning of the show, the three were killed in a plane crash en route. The crash, known as "The Day the Music Died," was notably memorialized in the Don McLean song "American Pie."
MOORHEAD – Moorhead is exploring options to offer single-sort recycling to residents on a temporary basis before a permanent solution is found. Public Works Director Steve Moore said a new...
MOORHEAD — Homeowners in the Woodlawn Park neighborhood south of Main Avenue will pay less for flood insurance thanks to city flood protection efforts.
FARGO—City Commissioner Melissa Sobolik said she will not run for re-election, an announcement she made on "The Mike McFeely Show" Friday morning on 970 WDAY. Earlier, speculation grew after Fargodome official John Q. Paulsen said, "Melissa is retiring. She's not running for re-election." Paulsen, who leads the Fargo Dome Authority Board, made the comments at a board meeting Tuesday as he explained to other board members that they should prepare for new faces on the City Commission.