MOORHEAD – The standing-room-only crowd at City Council chambers here Monday night erupted into cheers when Moorhead’s first female mayor, Del Rae Williams, was sworn into office.
MOORHEAD – For the first time in the history of Lake Agassiz Habitat for Humanity – a nonprofit that helps build homes for those in need – one of the volunteer-built homes here went into foreclosure.
CASSELTON, N.D. – When Oliver came into construction manager John Kellems’ Montana-based life, Kellems was not interested in having the tiny cream-colored pooch as a friend.
WEST FARGO – There will be more prizes available and more tickets sold in the 2014 West Fargo Hockey Association gun raffle than ever before.
DILWORTH – The City Council here hopes to find a replacement for longtime City Administrator Ken Parke by March.
WEST FARGO – Brian Neugebauer, a longtime municipal attorney here and in the metro area, died Saturday after a short battle with melanoma.
The 62-year-old was diagnosed in August.
WEST FARGO – An 18-year-old high school student here could face criminal charges after falsely reporting a fire in an effort to get a date.
HANKINSON, N.D. - Underneath the black and white veils worn by the Sisters of the Dillingen Franciscan Convent here, there is humor, intelligence backed by higher education and a curiosity about the world they share with all who visit the retreat center built in 1928 on the edge of town.
Mick’s Office given verbal warning for fire code violation, too many customers
MOORHEAD – Mick’s Office was shown a little Christmas spirit Wednesday when the bar received only verbal warnings from police and fire officials who found the establishment was likely overcapacity and in violation of a fire code on one of its busiest nights.
FARGO ¬ The city is allowing charities to up their antes on gaming operations here, approving a measure Monday to let nonprofits increase the number of gambling sites they run from three to five.
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