Our just-completed snow season was one of the longest on record. The first measurable snow fell on Oct. 4 in Fargo-Moorhead, and the last measurable snow locally occurred on April 24, for a total of 203 days between accumulating snow events.
BISMARCK – Don Morton, a senior director with Microsoft Corp. in Fargo, said Thursday that the country’s immigration laws are archaic and need to be reformed to meet the workforce demands of the state’s growing and high-tech industries.
BISMARCK – Applications from 16 North Dakota lawyers have been filed with a committee tasked to provide Gov. Jack Dalrymple with a list of vetted candidates by the end of June for three newly created district court judgeships.
Fargo South High School graduation will be held at 6 p.m. June 2 at the Fargodome.
Officials forecast enrollment to increase 27 percent by the start of the 2017-18 school year
WEST FARGO - Schools held their last day of classes here Thursday, kicking off summer break for nearly 8,000 students.
FARGO – Bail was set at $20,000 Thursday for a Fargo man arrested in a standoff with a SWAT team at his south Fargo trailer home on Tuesday.
FARGO – A former West Fargo securities broker charged with bilking investors out of more than $900,000 in a Ponzi-type scheme has agreed to plead guilty in the case.
MOORHEAD – A former Dilworth man serving 12 years in prison on a previous child sex abuse conviction is facing new child sex abuse charges filed Wednesday in Clay County District Court.
FARGO – Both the Fargo Police Department and the North Dakota Highway Patrol are planning sobriety checkpoints.
FARGO – Due to recent high water, the S.S. Ruby, a tour boat operated by River Keepers, will not open on Memorial Day as scheduled.
WADENA, Minn. – The annual Sunnybrook Stomp 5K walk/run will be held June 15 in Sunnybrook Park.
MOORHEAD – The Minnesota State University Moorhead Planetarium will host an event for intergalactic hitchhikers for “Towel Day” at 7 p.m. Saturday.
FARGO – BNSF crews will close the 27th Street railroad crossing north of Main Avenue from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday in order to perform maintenance.
Questions raised over auditor’s ties to board members, accuser
FARGO – North Dakota’s state Board of Higher Education voted Thursday to reject an auditor’s report that cleared Chancellor Hamid Shirvani of a fraud allegation after the auditor’s emails with the original accuser and several board members, including the newly elected president, was called into question.
MOORHEAD – Announcing to the court he was mentally ill, a Fargo man asked to withdraw his guilty plea at his sentencing hearing Monday for two felonies connected to a Clay County police chase in a stolen vehicle after he allegedly robbed a Fargo bank in January.RELATED CONTENT