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MOORHEAD - Hip-hop promoter Jason Grant has organized the annual Fargo-Moorhead rap concert, Spring Jam, since he founded it in 1997. The shows have always gone smoothly, he says—until this year. Spring Jam 18 was supposed to be held in April. But after a disputed claim that a performer was affiliated with a gang, a Fargo venue canceled the show.
LITTLE FALLS, Minn. – A man who co-founded an anti-racist organization in North Dakota has been charged with pepper-spraying two cops here this month.
FARGO – Fargodome officials on Tuesday approved alcohol sales at North Dakota State University football games to all patrons of legal age, a decision that will go to university and city officials for review.
FARGO - On a warm night last week, 11-month-old Eve was snuggled up against her mother, Erin Brand. But instead of being in Brand's arms, the baby was in a woven wrap on the mother's back, looking content. "Right now, I can be hands-free," said Brand, who lives in Moorhead and is an advocate for babywearing, the practice of carrying a baby in a sling or backpack, rather than by hand or using a stroller. Brand is one of a group of babywearing enthusiasts who recently founded Babywearing International of Fargo-Moorhead an affiliate of the nonprofit Babywearing International. Babywearing, adv
FARGO -- Fargo doesn’t look much like Athens, but a recent report calls North Dakota the American version of Greece, the debt-addled Mediterranean nation. Out of all the U.S. states,...
MOORHEAD—A contaminated First Avenue North property on the east edge of downtown here has the attention of a real estate developer who wants to build an $11 million apartment complex on the land. The developer, Mark Buchholz of Fargo-based Dale Buchholz Construction, wants the city's permission to access the property on the south side of First Avenue North between 15th and 18th avenues in order to collect information that would be needed to apply for an environmental cleanup grant. Buchholz wants to build two or three 42-unit apartment buildings and possibly a mixed-use building with 2
FARGO – Earlier this month at its general convention in Utah, the U.S. Episcopal Church voted overwhelmingly to allow same-sex marriages in the church, a decision that one reverend called a "huge step" for equality.
OXBOW, N.D. – The property at 5059 Makenzie Circle near here is worth about $585,800, according to a government assessment of its value.
FARGO – City Commissioner Tony Gehrig's plan to cut property taxes by 20 percent failed on Monday, but he vowed to try again soon.
FARGO – Kirk Ludwig stoked the fears of many area residents this week. Now he fears for his own safety. The Fargo man has been presumed to be a pedophile by thousands online, banned from the city's public pools and physically threatened after taking some photographs here early Monday afternoon at the Island Park Pool. A local barber who saw him secretly shooting photos of the pool posted about it on Facebook, saying Ludwig was taking photos of kids in their swimsuits. All of it, he says, is a misunderstanding.