FARGO – As he reflected Monday on his 39 years with the environmental services division of Fargo Cass Public Health, Myron Berglund shared one of the strangest calls he received.
FARGO – A trade delegation of buyers, traders and wholesalers from China, Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand made stops Tuesday at an elevator and two farms near here to take samples of this year’s soybean harvest.
FARGO – “Why Fargo?” A delegation of 30 business and civic leaders from Topeka, Kan., hope to answer that question during a visit here Thursday and today.
FARGO – Susan Johnson-Drenth has long considered herself an advocate for others. She began as an advocate for patients while working as a cardiac ICU nurse at Sanford Health.
FARGO – Clothes Junkie-The Unique Boutique, a new secondhand store, has opened on First Avenue North in Moorhead.
FARGO – When Norman Mark was a young man growing up in Madison County, Iowa, he knew he had two options if he did not want to be a farmer: join the military or further his education.
Fargo - This month marks 90 years for Moler Barber College in downtown Fargo.
FARGO – John and Missy Porter are overwhelmed by the support the Fargo-Moorhead community has shown their family.
WEST FARGO – Representatives of the Red River Regional Marksmanship Center broke ground Monday on a new 100-meter-long underground rifle range adjacent to its handgun range at 640 16th St. N.E.
FARGO – Sherlock Holmes, Thomas Magnum, Monk. Thanks to movies and television, many people have preconceived notions about what a private investigator does.
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