FARGO – Today’s Minnesota fishing opener stands to be one local anglers won’t forget, and depending on how the late ice-out affects their fishing options, it may turn out to be one they will not want to remember.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Emma Schalow takes gymnastics seriously. Her start in the sport can be traced back to when she was just 18 months old. And now, as a 17-year-old, Schalow is preparing for the biggest gymnastics meet of her young career.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO – West Fargo Sheyenne High School activities director Ross Richards has had a busy month. And as of Tuesday, he now has coaches on his athletic staff.
FARGO – The Fargo Davies girls soccer team entered Tuesday scoring eight goals per match, but offense was a little harder to come by in its matchup with West Fargo.
WEST FARGO – West Fargo Sheyenne High School has hired head coaches for its varsity football, volleyball, and boys and girls basketball teams on Tuesday.
FARGO – Fargo Davies freshman Katie Bye saw an opportunity to break from the pack on Monday, and she took it. The result was a first-place finish in the girls 1,600 meters during the 49th Fargo Rotary Invitational track and field meet at Fargo South High School.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO – Moorhead junior sprinter Brady Andersen found himself in the middle of a talented group during the boys 100 meters on Friday afternoon at the Packer Relays track and field meet.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – It may not have been softball weather on Thursday, but that didn’t stop West Fargo and Fargo North from playing a doubleheader at Anderson Fields.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Outdoor soccer made a triumphant return to the Red River Valley on Tuesday.RELATED CONTENT
West Fargo Riley Rustad and Kassie Jo Kautzman are at different points in their respective high school rodeo careers. Rustad, an 18-year-old from Kindred, N.D., is in the tail end of his high school days in rodeo before he departs for Texas.RELATED CONTENT
A man who ran the Fargo half marathon in honor of a friend killed in Iraq is planning another run to support the military.
Families of North Dakota military members killed in Iraq or Afghanistan form a close-knit group, Shirley Fettig said.
When Minnesota National Guard troops arrive at Fort McCoy, Wis., after 16 months in Iraq, county veterans service officers are making sure they don’t miss any benefits.
A member of the 119th Wing has been named officer of the year.
EDITOR’S NOTE: The military notebook is a new feature that will run each Saturday in The Forum.