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Counting crowds PressPass

Thousands of people will take over downtown Fargo today for the annual event dubbed the Valley’s favorite. But how does the Downtown Street Fair’s popularity compare to other big events in the region?

The Forum, 07/17/2008

Clay County candidates seek votes this fall PressPass

Clay County voters will have some decisions to make this fall as a number of candidates vie for county seats.

The Forum, 07/16/2008

Area twirlers to compete nationally PressPass

Courtney Stack of Moorhead and Shaina Magel of Fargo have twirled their way to South Bend, Ind., for the American Youth on Parade national competitions.

The Forum, 07/16/2008

Cogdill leaving extension to build NDSU 4-H program PressPass

Brad Cogdill won’t go far when he leaves his position as Cass County Extension Services chairman at the end of this month. In recent years, Cogdill has divided his time between the county and the Center for 4-H Youth Development on the North Dakota State University campus.

The Forum, 07/14/2008

Schneider proposes plan to cover uninsured children PressPass

North Dakota needs to do more to help uninsured children get access to health care, Rep. Jasper Schneider of Fargo said Tuesday.

The Forum, 07/09/2008

Schneider proposes plan to cover uninsured children PressPass

North Dakota needs to do more to help uninsured children get access to health care, Rep. Jasper Schneider of Fargo said Tuesday.

The Forum, 07/09/2008

Schneider proposes plan to expand health insurance to uninsured N.D. children PressPass

FARGO - North Dakota needs to do more to help uninsured children get access to health care, Rep. Jasper Schneider of Fargo said Tuesday morning.

The Forum, 07/08/2008

Downtown Street Fair goes green PressPass

Mary Aldrich wants people to think twice before they toss their trash at Fargo’s Downtown Street Fair next week. The fair is going green in 2008 and encouraging recycling after nearly 13,000 pop and water bottles were thrown out during last year’s event.

The Forum, 07/07/2008

Fargoan seeks to be second blind lawmaker in North Dakota PressPass

Allan Peterson knows it’s ironic for a blind man to say he wants a brighter vision for North Dakota. But the Fargo man who lost his eyesight nearly 30 years ago isn’t letting that stop him from making a second run for the Legislature based on that theme.

The Forum, 07/07/2008

Fair offers family events PressPass

Fair organizers promise four days of family fun at the 95th annual Clay County Fair, beginning Thursday in Barnesville, Minn.

The Forum, 07/05/2008

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