The message to Moorhead residents and city workers was loud and clear Monday night during a meeting of the Moorhead City Council committee of the whole.
David Fitzgerald and Lisa Faulkner left Fargo three months ago and moved into a home on Elm Street in south Moorhead.
In her young life, 4-year-old Leah Ashley Johnson has experienced many losses. Her father, Eric Johnson, died Oct. 31 in a car crash near Wyndmere, N.D. Her mother, Heather Johnson, died in a car crash in Rhode Island in November 2005.RELATED CONTENT
Anderson ‘widely known for integrity’
A former federal prosecutor and veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps is the man the city of Fargo has picked to investigate problems with a Fargo roadway linked to a fatal crash.
It’s good to see snow instead of sand,” said Donald Clarke, moments after the staff sergeant stepped off the plane Wednesday at Fargo’s Hector International Airport.RELATED CONTENT
Work has already begun on Judge Ronald N. Davies High School at 70th Avenue and 25th Street South in Fargo and school officials hope construction will start in earnest early in 2009. Done deal, right? Not so fast, say some who feel that School District residents should have been allowed to vote on the project, expected to cost $44.4 million.RELATED CONTENT
Billie Wegner had clipped her dog’s toenails before and sometimes it earned her a growl or a snap from Noah, her 10-year-old Great Pyrenees. But the Hawley, Minn., woman wasn’t prepared for what happened Monday when she tried to groom her dog.
Rich Kostynick Jr. says his dad isn’t one to blow his own horn too loudly. So others are doing it for him.RELATED CONTENT
The death of Lyndon Wayne Lee on Friday in a grain bin on Lee’s rural Kindred, N.D., farm was a significant loss to his community in many ways, said Ken Blilie, Kindred’s fire chief.
A 47-year-old West Fargo woman was the latest area resident whose life was claimed by icy road conditions in the region in recent days.
Did Yahoo’s young CEO, Marissa Mayer, expect pushback over her edict to Yahoo employees that there will be no more working from home?RELATED CONTENT
My nephew loved the old bumper sticker that said, “North Dakota: It’s cold … but it’s flat.”RELATED CONTENT
Having slipped on an icy spot in my own driveway, I was questioning the wisdom of an early morning trip to the grocery store.RELATED CONTENT
Not one, not two, but three “personhood” bills have been introduced in the North Dakota Legislature. Actually, altogether there are seven bills that are abortion related.RELATED CONTENT
On a brutally cold afternoon, ground blizzard greets my husband and me on our drive in from the lake – gauzy, scudding snow-clouds, wind-propelled and unending although not quite hypnotic.RELATED CONTENT
What happens when two hardworking young North Dakota State University faculty members apply for a competitive federal grant?RELATED CONTENT
Pardon the bad pun, but Heidi misfired. When Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., appeared on the Sunday ABC news show “This Week” and gun control came up, she used language more apropos to an National Rife Association press release than to the common sense she usually shows – common sense and down-to-earth thinking that make her the appealing politician she is.RELATED CONTENT
Before embarking on the new year of 2013, the following words of 20th- century philosopher Will Durant are worth considering: “Civilization is a stream with banks. The stream is sometimes filled with blood from people killing, stealing, shouting, and doing things historians usually record – while, on the banks, unnoticed, people build homes, make love, raise children, sing songs, write poetry, whittle statues. The story of civilization is the story of what happens on the banks.”RELATED CONTENT
The adult church choir sits in the east transept of our church’s chancel area facing west.RELATED CONTENT
In the 1993 romantic comedy “Sleepless in Seattle,” the characters Annie (Meg Ryan) and Becky (Rosie O’Donnell) are in a meeting with male co-workers when one of the co-workers says, “It’s easier (for a woman) to be killed by a terrorist than it is to find a husband (if she’s) over the age of 40.”RELATED CONTENT