ELK RIVER, Minn. — Divers found a body matching the description of a 2-year-old girl who disappeared from a nearby campground two days earlier, Elk River police said Sunday.RELATED CONTENT
Q: Is it ever permissible to drive with your hazard lights on, say in the event of bad weather or poor visibility or for an emergency?RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS - Mike Nelson likes spicy food. “How hard could this be?” he said. Turns out Nelson did not bite off more than he could chew — but just barely.RELATED CONTENT
State has most per capita; Fargo 19th-highest among metros
FARGO – North Dakotans’ boozy ways are fueled by the most bars per capita in the United States.
FERGUS FALLS, Minn. – Could it be the Kirkbride is saved? It’s looking that way, said City Administrator Mark Sievert. Developers have come forward with ideas to use the mammoth structure that was once a state hospital for the mentally ill.RELATED CONTENT
Family, police gather to honor Larson with new headstone
GLYNDON, Minn. – Roger Quam never knew his uncle Roy, but to him the man is a hero.
FARGO – A new formula to fund North Dakota’s public colleges and universities pulled off a “rare” achievement this spring, Sydney Hull said: earning the support of all 11 campuses for a change that he believes will lead to more transparency and efficiency in the system.
If “slow learner” were a requirement to serve on the North Dakota Board of Higher Education, several current board members would qualify. If that assessment sounds too harsh, a perusal of the board’s conduct the past six months suggests it might not be harsh enough.
I’ve been a bit befuddled over the overblown controversy to allow gay boys to participate in Boy Scouts. I mean, c’mon, what’s the big deal?RELATED CONTENT
Are clotheslines part of history? Judging from the response to my completely unscientific survey, the answer is yes because they are more a part of the past than of the present.RELATED CONTENT
Many people have written Neighbors about how much they enjoy the poems composed by North Dakota’s poet laureate, James W. Foley (1871-1939).RELATED CONTENT
Progress. Lately, this word comes to my lips countless times a day. I suppose it’s not surprising considering I live on an almost 100-year-old ranch in an almost-finished house in the middle of one of the most booming economies in the country.RELATED CONTENT
DEAR CAROL: My mom has mild Alzheimer’s disease and really shouldn’t live alone anymore. I’ve been helping her look at assisted living facilities and we’ve narrowed our choices to two.RELATED CONTENT
We want to see your images of our area. Submit your photos from the Fargo-Moorhead and surrounding area to have them included in our new community photo blog.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – Prior to Saturday, no West Fargo girls track and field athlete had ever won the 100-, 200- or 400-meter races at the North Dakota Class A state meet.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – Lisbon’s boys state championship defense was successful on Saturday.RELATED CONTENT
AUSTIN, Texas – Another school-record throw by North Dakota State’s Casey Orgon in the hammer thrown allowed the senior to clinch a spot Saturday in the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships.