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.
VALLEY CITY, N.D. — Allegations that a Valley City police officer illegally drew wages from multiple agencies while on duty are unfounded, Valley City Police Chief Fred Thompson said Wednesday, June 29. Thompson said an investigation into the pay and work schedules of Lt. David Swenson found no indication that he was drawing hourly wages from three separate revenue streams for the same hours, as claimed by Valley City resident Bob Drake.
FARGO — An easy-to-read matrix that makes it easier for business owners and hospitality industry workers to understand penalties levied to enforce Fargo's liquor ordinances will be unveiled Friday, June 17, during a meeting of the city's Liquor Control Committee, City Auditor Steve Sprague said. A public hearing will give citizens a chance to comment on the matrix, and a proposal to lengthen from 12 months to 18 months the penalty-accrual period for liquor license holders, Sprague said.
MINNEAPOLIS — The Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office confirmed Wednesday, June 15, that it is investigating the cause of death for Samantha Edwards, a former Fargo resident who was crowned Miss North Dakota USA for 2003. A spokesman for the office said he is waiting for results of an autopsy on Edwards before any further information is released on the case. Edwards was reportedly found dead Tuesday.
WAHPETON, N.D. — An Enderlin man who died of injuries suffered in a work-related accident at a Wahpeton hotel Tuesday, June 14, has been identified. Duane A. Harston, 47, who worked for Fraedrich Transport of Enderlin, suffered severe crush injuries after being pinned between a dumpster and its concrete block enclosure at the Baymont Inn, 1800 210 Drive, Wahpeton Police Chief Scott Thorsteinson said Wednesday, June 15.