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FARGO—They may not have shared clothes growing up, but sisters Missy Ambers and Nicole Weiss now share ownership in a women's clothing and accessories store in south Fargo. Ambers, 43, and Weiss, 45, opened Classy Sisters Boutique on Saturday, May 19, at 5622 36th St. S., a frontage road along Interstate 29 in Fargo. The business features women's clothing in sizes small to 3X, as well as handbags, jewelry, accessories and gift items. Ambers said they chose to sell such a wide range of clothing in order to make the store welcoming for women of all ages and sizes.
FARGO -- Joseph Raso has been hired as the new president and CEO of the Greater Fargo Moorhead Economic Development Corp. The announcement Tuesday afternoon, May 15, culminates a five-month, nationwide search. Raso is president of Blane, Canada Ltd. He has more than 20 years of experience leading economic development organizations, including the Colorado Springs Business Alliance. “We are excited to welcome Joseph Raso to our community,” said Jeffrey Volk, GFMEDC chairman and Moore Engineering president and CEO.
Fargo hospitals Casey Taylor and Timothy Whitten, Fergus Falls, Minn., daughter, Sanford Medical Center, born March 5 Shelby and Zack Heinle, Fargo, son, Sanford Medical Center, born April 29 Halimo Farah and Abdalle Ali, Fargo, daughter, Sanford Medical Center, born April 29 Heidi and Scott Fitzner, Cummings, N.D., son, Sanford Medical Center, born April 29 Caitlyn and Ethan Meehan, Moorhead, son, Sanford Medical Center, born April 27 Psasha and Justin Peterson, Fargo, son, Sanford Medical Center, born April 27
ALEXANDRIA, Minn. - The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is seeking help in locating 15-year-old Dalainah Gustafson of Alexandria. Gustafson was reported missing Sunday, March 25. Gustafson was last seen at her residence late Saturday and left sometime during the night, the sheriff’s office said Thursday, March 29.
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.