SISSETON, S.D. – The Sisseton School Board voted Monday night, Sept. 12, to eliminate all references to Native American names and images from the high school’s homecoming ceremony, Superintendent Neil...
FARGO — Fifteen years ago today, we gaped at our television screens, stunned and horrified by the images of two jetliners smashing one at a time into the twin towers of New York's World Trade Center. We gasped as those iconic 110-story towers collapsed, becoming tombs for thousands. Reports came in of another airliner smashing into the Pentagon. A fourth crashed into a field in Pennsylvania.
FARGO — It's been 15 years since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks were seared into the consciousness of everyone who witnessed them or followed the non-stop news coverage. But for today's middle school and high school students — who were toddlers at the time or not yet born — there is a disconnect. It's a gap area teachers are trying to bridge. And one that is becoming more difficult to surmount.
MOORHEAD—Despite some close calls and work still to be done after school starts, Fargo-Moorhead students shouldn't be affected by the ongoing construction and renovation at several area schools, district officials...
UPDATE: The elementary principal in the DGF district is on administrative leave, after be charged with stealing from Sam's Club. 45-year old Shannon Dahlberg fes 2 charges: felony theft and felony theft by swindle. The superintendent says She'll remain on leave, pending the outcome of the investigation. ---- According to the criminal complaint, the Moorhead Sam's Club noticed that Dahlberg has been going into the store for "several months."
RUCH, Ore. — A former North Dakota State University student was killed in the early morning hours of Wednesday, July 27, the Jackson County Sheriff's Department reported. The body of...
FARGO - The Bison Turf, heavily damaged by an intense and stubborn blaze last Friday, has been declared a dangerous building by the City of Fargo's inspections department and could be demolished by the city unless the owner can come up with a plan to either repair the building or raze and rebuild the bar and restaurant.
FARGO - The American Legion has sold its building at at 505 3rd St. N. to Kilbourne Group, adding yet another downtown property to the ever-growing holdings of the Fargo development firm. Kilbourne Group is leasing the building back to the Gilbert C. Grafton American Legion Post 2 at no charge until the veterans organization can move to its new home in the old Hector Airport Terminal at 1801 23rd Ave. N., the post announced in a news release Tuesday, July 26.
MOORHEAD — Medical personnel revived a man suffering an opioid overdose Thursday, July 21, Moorhead police spokesman Lt. Tory Jacobson said. First responders, including police and F-M Ambulance, were dispatched to 124 12th St. S. about 9:50 p.m., Jacobson said. There, F-M Ambulance personnel used the opioid overdose reversal drug Narcan to revive the 23-year-old man, Jacobson said. "The person did survive," he said. Jacobson did not know what drug had been used by the man.
ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Court of Appeals has ruled that a Moorhead man can withdraw his guilty plea in a case involving the repeated rape of a pregnant woman.