WILL IT EVER END?: Storm drops more than foot of snow on western ND, causes multiple crashes in Minnesota
Fargo, West Fargo schools running two hours late
FARGO – The latest winter storm rolled in later than expected but lived up to most expectations.
FARGO – A blizzard warning now extends from the Jamestown area west across North Dakota. The warning, expected to expire at 10 p.m. Sunday, includes the following counties: Burleigh; Dickey; Emmons; Foster; Kidder; La Moure; Logan; McIntosh; Sheridan; Stutsman; Wells.
American Crystal Sugar Co. workers locked out of their jobs since Aug. 1, 2011, are heading back to work, but it’s a bittersweet resolution for the union.
FARGO - It’s the question that many decorators, artists and gallery dealers dread: What should I hang that will go with my couch? It’s a question that’s bigger than any loveseat, sofa or sectional.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD – American Crystal Sugar Co. workers locked out of their jobs since Aug. 1, 2011, are heading back to work, but it’s a bittersweet resolution for the union. Fifty-five percent of union members voted to ratify the contract Saturday, their fifth vote during the labor dispute.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Tim Ray died in February, but his art is speaking louder than ever to viewers young and old. Facing a dire prognosis for the cancer he’d been fighting for four years, last summer Ray and ecce art + yoga director Mark Weiler started selecting pieces over the last 40 years for a retrospective.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro” may be the most famous sequel in the world, but it’s hardly your standard follow-up. The Fargo-Moorhead Opera tackles the masterpiece this weekend after presenting the prequel, “The Barber of Seville,” in the fall.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Kieran Folliard doesn’t want your luck. The Minneapolis pub owner-turned-whiskey maker cringes when people mention “the luck of the Irish.”RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Moorhead native Becky Gulsvig is finally getting her wish – a hometown show. A 12-year veteran of touring musicals, Gulsvig has her first solo, feature-length concert Saturday night at Askanase Hall, North Dakota State University.RELATED CONTENT
Today is April Fools’ Day, a holiday devoted to practical jokes and pranks. It’s a holiday that isn’t celebrated everywhere. Here at The Forum we take news very seriously and give you the information you need to know. We don’t take our business lightly, and hard-boiled journalists like myself don’t have time for jokes.RELATED CONTENT
February is the longest short month there is. True, it’s only 28 days, but those four weeks creep by before giving way to March and the first signs of spring.RELATED CONTENT
Wooo hooo! Woooooo! Woooooo! Woooooo! That’s right, the big game is right around the corner. I know you’re pumped to watch the game with friends and cheer on your Minnesota Vikings, but I wanted to talk to you about something.RELATED CONTENT
Dear Conan O’Brien, I know it’s been a hard couple of weeks, with rumors, then confirmation that your short tenure as the “Tonight Show” host would come to an end. Sorry to hear that.RELATED CONTENT
Who says, “There are no second acts in American lives?”RELATED CONTENT
With the holiday season coming to an end, so ends one of the most stressful times of the year for some people – all the nerds who fret over year-end lists.RELATED CONTENT
In some larger metropolises, formal holiday balls are a big part of the season.RELATED CONTENT
Every year around this time, I am asked the same questions: “Do you really need another cocktail wiener,” “It’s getting late, shouldn’t you go home,” and “Do you think we’ve lost sight of the true meaning of Christmas?”RELATED CONTENT
In case you didn’t learn your lesson at Thanksgiving, or shopping on Black Friday, I’m here to tell you that especially during this holiday season, there definitely is too much of a good thing.RELATED CONTENT
I have a bone to pick with the “Twilight” series: Where’s the beef?RELATED CONTENT
Even before the first note at tonight’s concert, the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra has struck a chord nationally.RELATED CONTENT