FARGO – Ed Clapp, a well-known Fargo businessman and developer, died Friday at Villa Maria in Fargo.
FARGO - This past winter was a tough one for St. Mark’s Lutheran Church.
After limping along for years, the heating system in the century-old building at 670 4th Ave. N. started having major issues. It was only with help from furnace experts who donated some of their labor that the church was able to keep the heat on.
MOORHEAD - A large number of apartments are under construction in Moorhead this summer, and city leaders are optimistic other building projects will soon be underway.
BISMARCK – For the third straight year, North Dakota’s economy has outpaced all other states, a report from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis shows.
Pioneer village plans day of events, display at dusk
MSUM’s Fourth of July event has pretty much been the only game in town, but the university scaled back its July Fourth activities in recent years from an all-day extravaganza to more of an evening celebration.
FARGO – A 41-year-old Fargo woman who police say was rescued from the Red River May 24 was taken to the hospital early Monday and in critical condition after Fargo firefighters found her again floating in the Red River.
FARGO - Fargo’s first Noodles & Company opened in the fall of 2011 at 4501 15th Ave. S. Now, a second Fargo restaurant is in the works near 32nd Avenue and 26th Street South.
MOORHEAD – Brady Olson, owner of Brady’s Service Center in Moorhead, believes taxes in Minnesota are out of whack, and he plans to air his unhappiness in public, or at least over the public airwaves.
WEST FARGO – When Leon Johnson arrived at his job at Crary Industries here Thursday morning, he started snapping pictures of the artificial lake that heavy rains had created outside the usually landlocked business.
FARGO - The phones started ringing early Thursday at Innovative Basement Systems in Fargo, and they didn’t stop.
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