Forum staff reports
FARGO — Jeff Reznecheck, principal at Centennial Elementary School, is Fargo Public Schools' 2018 Administrator of the Year.
FARGO – Fargo police notified the public on Thursday, May 10, that a high-risk registered sex offender has a new address here.
MOORHEAD — Park Christian School broke ground Wednesday, May 9, on a long-planned expansion and renovation project at its north Moorhead campus.
FARGO – Registered sex offender Donald Robert Edwardson, 49, is now living at 1129 9th St. N., police reported Wednesday, May 9. He’s described as 5-foot-10 and 320 pounds, with blue eyes and red hair. Considered to be a high-risk to re-offend by the state, he’s required to register for life.
WEST FARGO — The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution are giving one of its first North Dakota grants to Bonanzaville.
FARGO – Another portion of Fargo’s Seventh Avenue North will soon briefly close. The city announced Seventh Avenue will be closed between 14th Street North and 15th Street North beginning Wednesday, May 9, as BNSF Railway replaces the track that crosses the avenue. That stretch is expected to be open again Thursday, May 10.
FARGO — A tow truck rear-ended a car in the westbound lanes of Interstate 94 near its intersection with Interstate 29 during the morning rush hour Tuesday, May 8, the North Dakota Highway Patrol reported.
HANKINSON, N.D. – A barn was destroyed near here Monday afternoon, May 7, when a fire engulfed the rural structure. The Richland County Sheriff’s Office said it responded at 2:38 p.m. to a controlled burn that had spread to a barn at the home of Troy Kath at 16685 101st St. S.E. The barn became engulfed in flames, and authorities said it was a total loss.