THE NEW FORTY Denny has spoken...
If there is one clear-cut sign that flood season is upon us, it is this - the River Whisperer has offered his first prediction. Yes, that is correct - Fargo Mayor Dennis Walaker has surveyed the lands... Posted on 3/13/13 at 6:26 AM
STAFF BLOG EYES FORWARD Mayor Walaker took the pledge... Have you?
Fargo's Mayor Walaker recently came to our studios to take the pledge to keep his Eyes Forward. We are honored to have his support!
What about you? Have you taken the pledge?
... Posted on 3/7/13 at 12:34 PM
FARGO CASS PUBLIC HEALTH Mayor Walaker to Kick-Off Walk This Way 2011
Celebrate spring, lower flood induced stress, and get in shape for summer by joining Walk This Way 2011! This annual series of spring walking events will begin on Tuesday, March 29 at noon with a walk... Posted on 3/24/11 at 2:51 PM
General fund growth slows from past few fiscal years
Lower-than-average revenues are forcing Fargo city leaders to take a cautious approach to budgeting for 2011, Mayor Dennis Walaker’s preliminary budget shows.
The mayors of Fargo and Moorhead signed a historic set of agreements Thursday to officially become the local sponsors of a Red River diversion project as 60 people protested the project’s potential downstream impacts.
A Wall Street Journal theater columnist has hit some sour notes with a column questioning just how necessary small-market symphonies are.
In particular, he’ll be hearing from one of the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra’s biggest boosters, Mayor Dennis Walaker.
On paper, the Fargo mayor’s race is a four-man heat. But nearing the end of Dennis Walaker’s first term as mayor, the incumbent is riding a wave of popularity after leading the city through two consecutive successful flood fights. In addition, he’s leading a high-profile effort to get federal funding for a Red River diversion channel to provide permanent flood protection for the metro area.
Fellow Norwegian Walaker steps in to help Sons of Norway
Planners at the Fargo street department must have forgotten to check their Norwegian calendars before scheduling Monday’s construction project outside the Sons of Norway.
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FARGO – Cass County commissioners today unanimously approved holding off on a half-cent sales tax for flood control until November after the board chair reached a "gentleman's agreement" to delay a public vote.
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