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BUFFALO, N.D. - The Cass County Sheriff’s Office is notifying the community that a moderate-risk sex offender, Dustin Jon Halberg, is now living at 13913 30th St. S.E. Halberg is 6 feet, 2 inches tall and weighs 275 pounds. He is a white male with brown hair and hazel eyes. He was born in 1989, the sheriff’s office said in a news release Thursday, March 29.
FARGO - A multi-car collision on westbound Interstate 94 near 25th Street closed a lane and caused traffic to back up during the rush hour Thursday morning, March 29, a Fargo Fire Department spokesman said. “It sounds like there was two to three cars involved. One lane was closed down and traffic was diverted” into the remaining open lanes, Battalion Chief Chris Rasmussen said.
FARGO — A crowd of 600 people gathered to attend the United Way's 2018 Live United awards ceremony and annual meeting Thursday, March 15, at the Delta by Marriott Fargo. In an interview, Kristi Huber, president of the United Way of Cass-Clay, said the event was an opportunity to report the organization's progress toward its 4 Bold Community Goals of reducing hunger and homelessness, preparing children to succeed, helping people be independent and lifting people out of poverty.
FARGO — Forget the frozen fish sticks. Those observing Lent will have an appealing alternative this Friday, March 16, when the Home Builders Care of Fargo-Moorhead Foundation will host the 55th annual Fish Fry from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at the Holiday Inn, 3803 13th Ave. S. The event, of course, is not solely for those observing Lent. Organizers expect between 500 and 600 supporters at this year's fish fry.
FARGO—The Fargo Street Department plans to clear Broadway of excess snow tonight. The department issued a reminder Wednesday, March 7, that parking is not allowed from 2 a.m. to 7 a.m. Thursday, March 8, between First Avenue South and Sixth Avenue North. Any vehicle parked in violation of the no-parking zones will be towed.
MOORHEAD — A bar in north Moorhead that promised to regularly feature live bands has closed. Jerry's Original Music Club closed in January after operating about five months. Owner Scott Nelson said the venture "wasn't working out financially." Nelson purchased the business at 1500 11th St. N. last May from the family of Jerry and Vera Jean Keogh, who opened Jerry's Bar there in 1960.
FARGO -- Darla Julin thought it was a prank when an employee of her bakery, Fantasies in Frosting, called her to say a producer from ABC’s The Chew called Wednesday evening. “I thought, ‘Yeah, right,’” Julin said. But the producer followed up with an email request asking for permission to use photos of gender-reveal cakes from bakery’s Instagram account. Julin wasn’t interviewed for the show and didn’t get further details about the segment, other than that the cakes will be featured on today’s show that airs at noon on WDAY.
DETROIT LAKES, Minn.—Owners of the Spitfire Bar & Grill in West Fargo are in negotiations to open a second location here in the former Speak Easy restaurant at 1100 N. Shore Drive. The Detroit Lakes Tribune first reported Wednesday, Feb. 21, that Jack Chivers of Jack Chivers Realty had brokered a sale of the restaurant from Michael Mercil to Tyler Brandt. Chivers said Brandt planned to lease the restaurant to owners of the Spitfire Bar & Grill in West Fargo.
FARGO — The owner of two popular Beans Coffee Bars in south Fargo plans to open a third location downtown in the Radisson Hotel, 201 5th St. N. Heidi Holland said those who had heard the rumors of a downtown location all asked the same question: "Will there be mini doughnuts?" Beans locations at 5675 26th Ave. S. and 2550 University Drive S. both serve fresh mini doughnuts with each hot beverage and sell bags of the sweet treats. "The menu be a little scaled down because it's a hotel; but definitely, we'll have the mini doughnuts," Holland said.
FARGO — Mathison's, a printing business founded here in 1958, appears to have closed, and its owners have been accused in U.S. District Court with mishandling the company's 401(k) and ESOP plans. In July of 2015, Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez filed suit against Mathison Company, Marilyn Anstett, Paul Anstett, Mathison Company Employee Stock Ownership Plan and Mathison Company 401(k) plan.