Kilo Zero Charlie Romeo Foxtrot, or Tim Cruff as he’s known when he’s not talking on his amateur radio, got his license last August after taking free classes at the West Fargo Public Library.RELATED CONTENT
We asked for them and you sent them in. Here are some great reader submitted photos from the past couple fog-filled Fargo days!
It’s odd that in a season that’s a transition to death and hibernation, fall provides a spectrum of colors that makes us feel so alive.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK–A photo of horses in the Badlands submitted by a Grand Forks woman won the best in show award in the North Dakota Governor’s Photo Contest.RELATED CONTENT
This audio-visual profile looks at photographer Wayne Gudmundson, whose work is in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the U.S. Embassy in Iceland and The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art among other institutions. The Moorhead native has created and/or collaborated on numerous published volumes and taught at Minnesota State University Moorhead for more than two decades. This piece is part of the "Faces of Our Community" series featuring audio-visual profiles of people from our area.RELATED CONTENT
Saturday Until now, J. Earl Miller was known as the really tall, tattooed guy who tended bar and booked bands at Ralph’s.
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – Diane Turcotte of Detroit Lakes won grand-prize honors in the Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge annual photo contest. Her photo, “Sunset Fishing,” also took first place in the recreation category.
Winter is an adventure for Moorhead friends Jared Vasek, left, and Luc Wicklund.RELATED CONTENT
Tom Noonan, 83, is a part-time bailiff with Cass County District Court. His job is to look after jurors, taking care of their needs and keeping them from contacting outside people, even on restroom breaks.RELATED CONTENT
Recently we asked our readers to send us photos of their large or unusual produce. The photos are still coming. This week we’re sharing another batch of twisted carrots.RELATED CONTENT
The Red River Valley woke up to a frosty morning and Inforum wants to display your photos. Send your photos to email@example.com with the subject line "Frosty photos" and we'll include the best in our online photo gallery.RELATED CONTENT
When browsing through shops, Karla Grant is looking for socks. The socks are not for her feet but for her craft. The West Fargo woman has rediscovered the art of making sock monkeys after taking a break for 35 years.RELATED CONTENT
After a group shot, Amanda Hartmann’s four children paired off for holiday pictures.RELATED CONTENT
Jeri Zander and her grandson Zachary Zander work to clear their driveway this morning after the region received another round of snow Friday night. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
Pictures provide entertainment, instant souvenirs at local events
Most of the images snapped by Kari Barchenger of Memories Forever Photography are bound for full-sized prints in fancy frames, such as wedding portraits or graduation photos. Most of them don’t feature customers adorned in yellow feather boas or cowboy hats.