MOORHEAD – Wedding guests might soon be able to toast the happy couple at receptions held on Concordia College’s otherwise dry campus.
FARGO – Second Street North will remain a through street along the Red River when the city builds a permanent flood wall to the east, but Third Avenue will no longer connect to it, the City Commission decided Monday night.
FARGO – For Rachel Smart, who suffers from aplastic anemia, finding a compatible bone marrow donor could mean the end of twice-a-week trips to the hospital for treatment.
OAKES, N.D. – The community here is voicing support for former high school principal and athletic director Don Warren, who resigned on Nov. 27 after an internal investigation began into incidents involving a student.
Warren also faces the possibility of criminal charges.
WEST FARGO – A proposed ordinance here requiring adult performers to be licensed is ruffling the feathers of at least one local burlesque performer.
OAKES, N.D. – An internal investigation was started after the longtime high school principal and activities director here threatened a student with violence in front of a classroom and went to the student’s home two times without permission, according to a memo from the district superintendent.
WEST FARGO – Despite objections from the owner of nearby apartments, the City Commission here have approved a plan to open a small used auto lot and service store in the Eagle Run Plaza.
FARGO – A controversial 148-acre housing and commercial development proposal in south Fargo was approved Tuesday by the Planning Commission after owners amended the plan to suit most of the homeowners in the area.
WEST FARGO –Performers looking to do a striptease here will soon have to get a license first.
HAWLEY, Minn. - For decades, city leaders here have taken an “if you build it, they will come” approach to attracting businesses.