Skuza investigation to be done within days; police lieutenant left note for family before killing himself
FARGO – The Fargo police lieutenant who killed himself early Tuesday morning left a note for his family before driving outside of city limits and shooting himself with a personal handgun.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Fargo School District voters spoke Tuesday, and many of them weren’t happy.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – A second woman has come forward to tell authorities she was a kidnapping and rape victim of the accused “vampire trucker” authorities arrested in November at Moorhead truck stop.RELATED CONTENT
GROVE CITY, Minn. – Students and staff in the Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City School District are mourning the loss of high school senior Zach Junkermeier, who was killed Tuesday in an avalanche in Montana.RELATED CONTENT
RED LAKE, Minn. - The weekend death of a Red Lake Tribal Council member involved a shooting, and a woman has been taken into custody, officials said Wednesday.RELATED CONTENT
Local fundraising company for nonprofits sues former business manager for money lost in embezzlement
FARGO – The former business manager for a local nonprofit fundraising firm and her husband are being sued by the firm in civil court after she pleaded guilty to embezzling thousands of dollars from the company.
BISMARCK – A request by the North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department for permission to spend money to operate a marina on Lake Sakakawea purchased with public funds last year ran into some rough waters on Wednesday.RELATED CONTENT
Before giving their first test in the classroom, new Minnesota teachers face their own exam.
FARGO – Most people consider Legos to be toys. For Thermionix 4.0, a Fargo-based Lego robotics team, the plastic bricks offer a platform for creativity and developing presentation, inventing, problem-solving and even patent-seeking skills.RELATED CONTENT
FERGUS FALLS, Minn. – Investigators determined a mechanical failure caused a fire and explosion Monday afternoon at an ethanol plant here.
ST. PAUL – MNsure wants to spend an additional $12.5 million this year to continue repairs to its website and call center, officials said Wednesday, as they unveiled plans for a balanced budget in 2015.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama will seek to increase the number of people who earn overtime pay by updating regulations that exempt broad swaths of supervisors, managers and office workers from making overtime, a White House official said on Wednesday.
MOORHEAD – Starting next year, the county auditor-treasurer and recorder will no longer be elected to office in Clay County.
NEW YORK – Getting adults to be more active on visits to children’s playgrounds could be as simple as removing the temptation to sit, a small new study by a Grand Forks researcher suggests.
FARGO – A reader submitted this question after The Forum invited the public to ask about things they’ve observed in the area’s business community that raised questions in their minds:RELATED CONTENT
BARNESVILLE, Minn. – Dollar General is celebrating the opening of a new location at 801 Front St. N. here.
FARGO – The question is an important one for educators and business operators: What will tomorrow’s jobs require from today’s students?RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Charlie Phillips admits he knows more about hammers and nails than he does pick-and-rolls and motion offenses.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Andrew Kozlowski didn’t have a driver’s license when he started his varsity boys basketball career at Fargo Davies.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - When the girls basketball season began four months ago, Fargo Shanley head coach Tim Jacobson knew his Deacons squad would be a young one.RELATED CONTENT
Those with Irish bloodlines – and the Irish at heart – will celebrate their big holiday a couple days early during Saturday’s annual Fargo-Moorhead St. Patrick’s Parade.RELATED CONTENT
Now that we’re finally through the worst of winter, it seems a little less painful to look at snow-covered landscapes and icy windshields.RELATED CONTENT
I always cringe just a little around dance recital time. I love watching my daughters perform, but I get the nervous sweats thinking about styling their hair for the big event. Curls, I can do (I still have hot rollers from the ’80’s). But if it’s a bun that’s required, I’m toast.RELATED CONTENT
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