SAN FRANCISCO – Sarah Christianson isn’t against western North Dakota’s booming oil development, but the photographer who grew up on a family farm near Hillsboro, N.D., has made it a mission to let everyone know just what the oil boom is doing to her homestate – and her belief that more oversight is needed to prevent permanent damage.
BARNESVILLE, Minn. – Authorities are investigating a “suspicious” fire about 7 miles southwest of here that destroyed a house Friday, according to the Barnesville Area Fire Department.
Forum News Service, 04/12/2014
FARGO – Rob Roberts has a winning strategy for getting local residents to put down lefse and pick up babka.
MOORHEAD - Bob Footitt Sr. almost became a computer programmer. Instead, he proved his teacher wrong.
FARGO - Thad Ellsworth caught the magic “bug” in 1983, when his third-grade teacher gave the class a reading assignment on Harry Houdini.
The first gay men’s chorus made its debut in San Francisco earlier than planned, when a rehearsal became an impromptu memorial and show of mourning for a murdered LGBT rights icon.
FARGO – What started as a one-off modern craft fair turned into a full-time business for Unglued, an indie craft market offering a wide selection of handmade and local goods at 408 Broadway.
FARGO – Cody Schuler answered a call into ministry to preach a message of love and good news.
When the 38-year-old pastor ended up in a congregation that wanted a traditional 1950s-style reverend, not a man who believed the church had to modernize its outreach to better suit younger people, he lost his faith in organized religion.
Marcus Theatres screens show live concerts, one-time showings of niche documentaries
FARGO – New York’s world-famous Metropolitan Opera House is more than 1,000 miles away.
FARGO – Starting an office job doesn’t come with a survival guide.
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