Kevin Wallevand / Forum News Service
FARGO — When people talk about Trooper Randy Harms, they will first tell you about his memorable smile, and his ability to talk with anyone. Now friends and his church family are rallying around the Harms family, after the retired Minnesota State Patrol officer died unexpectedly last October. A benefit Friday night at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in North Fargo will help his wife and four children try to move forward.
FARGO – For several hours Tuesday, Jan. 17, crews dug and drilled their way through pavement and frost in an effort to isolate a big water main break near I-29 and 12th Avenue North. The area’s used to seeing water main breaks come spring, but mid-winter public works crews find it more difficult to locate and repair them.
West Fargo, ND - Her "coaching voice" is recognizable; sometimes feared, but West Fargo Boys Swim Coach, Marsha Dahl, is back at the pool doing what she loves. This, after some life and death moments the last year. It's moments before warm-ups; a day for yet another West Fargo Packer swim meet. And for Marsha Dahl, turning 60 in a few days isn't to be feared, but embraced. It has been one intense life-changing year. Marsha Dahl- West Fargo Swim Coach: "So this is robo leg. It is kind of bouncy." Marsha now wears the latest, greatest electric prosthetic leg.
MOORHEAD - If you have spent time in the hospital, there's a good chance you will remember the names and faces of the caring nurses before you recall a physician...
FARGO—The Fargo Veterans Administration on Thursday, July 7, played host to "one memorable party" for a very memorable man. For any veteran who is in hospice, the Fargo VA offers something called "Wishes on Wings." Sometimes it is a baseball game, a fishing trip or county fair. But for one veteran, his last wish was none of these. Jerry Gronvold made a very "unselfish" wish request. "Thanking us for our time and service," Gronvold said. Watch Kevin Wallevand's report.
PERHAM - When the school bell rings at St. Henry's Catholic School next fall, there will be a new face in the hallway, but the impact of Dorothy Doll will...
WILLISTON, N.D.—Though thousands of hotel rooms and apartments sit empty and a major big-box store is about to close, those who work there say they're still optimistic about North Dakota's Oil Patch. "I do say we are busier than you would think we would be," said Tom Rolfstad, Williston's former economic development director. Still, as drilling rigs went from more than 200 during the boom to just 30, development has dried up. The Home Depot store that opened just three years ago will close next week.
FARGO - In the coming months, you will see a tidal wave of planning and training, as some of our community's high profile leaders take on one of the darkest secrets here in our region: sexual abuse of children. Dakota Medical Foundation is helping fund a pioneering, long-term effort to prevent the abuse. From playgrounds to private homes here in Fargo-Moorhead, the unsettling numbers are hitting sexual abuse experts head on.
FARGO – With ponds, harvested corn fields and a hunter less metro area, geese have found a safe haven around Crystal Sugar, in North Moorhead. "Especially last fall, there were...
MINNEAPOLIS - Every once in awhile, someone comes along with a story that can break your heart, inspire and motivate you. That person is Joshua Cole of Moorhead. The Army veteran is at the Twin Cities VA recovering from a freak car accident late last summer.