Cape Canaveral, Fla. – We came here for the surf. We left with a new appreciation for voyages beyond our waters.
Our handling of a news story last week upset a few of our readers who called me or wrote letters to the editor.
It’s October, and change is in the air. Changes are also coming to The Forum, starting with today’s paper.
You don’t have to be an ink-in-the-veins newspaper journalist to be enthralled by the scandalous saga surrounding London tabloid News of the World, parent company News Corp., and giant media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
Every year at The Forum, we welcome several paid summer interns.
While the interns always learn a lot during their stay, and do exactly the same kind of work that our professionals do, we benefit from them as well.
Joel Heitkamp of KFGO’s “News and Views” has spent considerable air time the past 10 days trying to get listeners fired up about what he thinks is a big story regarding The Forum.
Last Wednesday and Thursday, while floodwaters caused problems along the Missouri and Souris rivers in North Dakota, a first-of-its kind gathering of public agency officials and volunteers met in Fargo to determine how to better protect people and property from routine flooding in the Red River Valley and Devils Lake region.
What we’re talking about here is simply solving the immediate dispute between what the state law calls for and the NCAA’s position regarding it.
REED TOWNSHIP, NORTH OF WEST FARGO - Karen Kraft and her mother, Sandra Scheidegger, are at the crossroads of water politics this weekend.
One year ago tomorrow, the Red River at Fargo-Moorhead crested at 36.95 feet, about nine days after it began rising.
Two years ago today, the Red in Fargo eclipsed 18 feet – minor flood stage – on its way eight days later to a crest of 40.82 feet, the highest level since man began putting a numbered stick in the river at Fargo to record such things.
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