WEST FARGO – Voters here will have to answer “yes” to two ballot questions in June before the city can raise its sales tax to pay for infrastructure projects.
WEST FARGO – A Moorhead-based electric company that has staff in western North Dakota plans to move its headquarters to West Fargo.
FARGO – Flood insurance legislation that was approved Thursday in the U.S. Senate could make a big difference to hundreds of homes in Fargo, city officials said.
FARGO – While most farmers and ranchers celebrated when the U.S. House passed a farm bill Wednesday, some area beef producers who hoped to exclude a provision that demands “Product of the U.S.A.” labels on American meat weren’t pleased.
FARGO – When retired Army National Guard member Eric Marts told North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp at a town hall meeting last fall that he was willing to help her in any way he could with issues facing today’s veterans, he never figured it would lead to the opportunity of a lifetime.
Heitkamp has chosen Marts, a blind former master sergeant from Moorhead, to accompany her to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address Tuesday in Washington.
FARGO – Cass County is considering asking the Federal Emergency Management Agency to help it buy up to 49 houses along County Highway 81 after the city of Fargo found out it could not use FEMA funds for a floodwall along Second Street.
WEST FARGO – A software company plans to bring hundreds of jobs here when it opens a new headquarters along 26th Avenue and Seventh Street East.
WEST FARGO – If voters approve an increase in the sales tax here, city leaders say the money would help fund basic projects such as street, water and sewer repairs in all areas of the city, which is one of the fastest-growing communities in the state.
CASSELTON, N.D. – John Kellems said he will have to return to Montana after today if no leads are found here to find Oliver, his 4-pound service dog that has been missing since they were involved in a Jan. 3 rollover crash on Interstate 94.
FARGO – Two customers of a Lincoln, Neb., Cracker Barrel were hoping to make a grumpy server laugh. Instead, they got the restaurant’s cheeriest server – a North Dakota college student – and made her cry.
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