HORACE, N.D. – As the sun set on the prairie Tuesday, about 50 French descendants settled into the pews of St. Benedict’s Catholic Church here to celebrate the church’s 100th birthday.
DILWORTH – Voters here will be asked to approve a referendum in November that would allow the Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton School District to expand its use of technology and student counseling services.
MOORHEAD – A man charged with the attempted murder of a former Minnesota State University Moorhead athlete was sentenced Monday to more than 11 years in prison.
FARGO – It’s not the uncertainty or living in limbo financially and personally that furloughed federal employees say is the hardest part about being a civil servant right now. The tough part is trying not to take it personally.
FARGO – Susan Harman Alou isn’t the first person to make North Dakota the last stop on a quest to visit all 50 states.
FARGO – When cattle producer Jason Zahn aims his pickup across the gravel roads of North Dakota, he doesn’t see as many native grasses dancing along the prairie. Instead, he sees more and more black.
FARGO – After years of the Mickelson and Lindenwood Park softball fields being held hostage by annual flooding, the Fargo Park Board on Tuesday approved building a new mega softball complex in north Fargo with a capacity of up to 28 fields.
FARGO – A historic park here will be included in next spring’s Fargo Marathon. The Fargo Park Board decided Tuesday to allow the Fargo Marathon to use Island Park as part of the marathon route.
FARGO – In response to an outcry from residents who oppose the plan, developers drastically cut their proposal to put up to 900 apartments in a 148-acre site on the northeast corner of 52nd Avenue South and Interstate 29 known as the Christianson’s First Addition.
WAHPETON, N.D. – Voters here gave a bright green light to the school district when they overwhelmingly approved a nearly $30 million building project on Tuesday.
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