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Piepkorn looks to regain Fargo City Commission seat he lost in 2012 PressPass

FARGO – A former city commissioner who was defeated in a contentious 2012 election will try to get his post back this year. Dave Piepkorn officially filed for the race Friday, said City Auditor Steve Sprague.

INFORUM, 04/04/2014

Rick Steen to give up Fargo School Board seat for County Commission run PressPass

FARGO – A longtime School Board member here announced Friday that he will vacate his seat and instead run for a seat on the Cass County Commission.

INFORUM, 04/04/2014

Longtime school board member to seek post on Cass County Commission PressPass

FARGO – A longtime school board member here announced Friday that he will run for county commission.

INFORUM, 04/04/2014

Former Cass County commissioner Wagner to run for City Commission, setting up challenge against former foe PressPass

FARGO – A former Cass County commissioner has thrown his hat into the City Commission race here, setting up a challenge against a former foe in a high-profile lawsuit.

INFORUM, 04/01/2014

Controversial north Fargo housing proposal gets initial OK PressPass

FARGO – A controversial north Fargo housing development received initial approval Tuesday from the city’s Planning Commission despite dozens of neighbors showing up to oppose the project, which one resident called an “incursion into our beautiful, serene neighborhood.”

INFORUM, 04/01/2014

Owner of Black Building in downtown Fargo faces possible arrest for boiler problems PressPass

FARGO – A Fargo city prosecutor says he may soon issue an arrest warrant for an owner of the historic downtown Black Building for allegedly failing to properly install a new boiler system in the 84-year-old building.

INFORUM, 04/01/2014

Fargo adds Bluemont Lakes private road to city project despite worries about going down 'slippery slope' PressPass

FARGO – Overruling a subcommittee decision, city commissioners voted Monday to allow a south Fargo neighborhood to include repairs to its privately owned road in an upcoming city resurfacing project of a nearby public road.

INFORUM, 03/31/2014

Walaker cites rail safety in casting lone vote against tax incentives for proposed $9 million Union Storage renovation PressPass

FARGO – Citing concerns about railroad safety, Mayor Dennis Walaker was the lone vote Monday night against a proposed major rehabilitation of an old downtown building near the train tracks.

INFORUM, 03/31/2014

Small harvest in Fargo’s turkey hunt PressPass

Officer: Lengthening schedule could make for a more successful season
FARGO – Turkeys were added to Fargo’s in-town bowhunting program last year, but hunters didn’t exactly gobble up the new offering.

INFORUM, 03/30/2014

Slim chance of flood a relief after recent years’ hectic prep PressPass

FARGO - With three major floods in the past five years, and the threat of one last year, beating back a rising Red River has nearly become a springtime tradition here. So what happens in a year like this one when the river is, for once, tame?

INFORUM, 03/29/2014

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