FARGO – While a white supremacist jailed in the western part of the state has refused to eat, officials here say getting an inmate to end a hunger strike can ultimately spiral into a lengthy legal process.
MOORHEAD – Despite the debt-burdened city raising taxes, Moorhead homeowners will actually pay less in total property taxes next year.
MOORHEAD – The restaurant that has been eyeing downtown Moorhead is a longtime staple of downtown Fargo – Juano’s Authentic Mexican Cuisine.
MOORHEAD – City leaders here could balance next year’s budget, in part, by trimming an already lean operating budget. It’s a move that could mean cuts to city services, and several City Council members said at their meeting Monday night that they wanted to see specifically where cuts would be made before approving the final budget Dec. 9.
FARGO – If approved by city commissioners tonight, the majority of curbside garbage and recycling routes here will change starting Jan. 6.
MOORHEAD – Facing a $342,000 shortfall, the City Council here could balance next year’s budget on the backs of utility customers by asking the public utility company for an extra quarter million dollars – or more – in revenue transfer.
FARGO – The city planning department is ready to put its stamp of approval on a major proposed commercial and housing development near Interstate 29 and 52nd Avenue South.
MOORHEAD – Mark Voxland would have been fine if his last day at the office had been a wave, a nod of the head and a simple “goodbye” as he headed for the exit.
FARGO – They’ll have less time to do it, but Fargo’s Salvation Army hopes to break the record it set last year by raising $950,000 in its familiar red kettles this holiday season.
Fargo’s Salvation Army hopes to break the record it set last year by raising $950,000 in its 2013 Red Kettle Campaign.
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