Matthew Von Pinnon
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As the parent of a 4-year-old, I’ve had my moments. Moments that won’t get me nominated for Parent of the Year. So I’ve tried to not be too judgmental when...
Miss North Dakota Jacky Arness sports a swimsuit during the third preliminary night of the 2015 Miss America Competition in Atlantic City , New
FARGO -- Today's printed Forum will be delivered late today due to technical problems with our press and inserter. The Forum regrets the inconvenience.
WEST FARGO — Fire damaged the historic St. John’s Lutheran Church at the Bonanzaville pioneer village here Saturday morning. The fire damaged the front of the wooden building, its steeple...
FARGO – A woman claims to have found Saturday's Northern Plains Coin in conjunction with the Downtown Fargo Street Fair, which ends today. The Forum hopes to soon verify that...
Bit by World Cup fever? Can’t wait another four years to experience the spectacle associated with the world’s most-watched sporting event? Don’t fret. The World Cup is coming to a...
FARGO - Soccer is a simple sport. Two teams try to knock a ball into their opponent’s net without using their hands. The team scoring the most goals wins. It’s...
Five years ago today, the Fargo-Moorhead area held its collective breath. The Red River gauge in Fargo hovered at 40.84 feet, the highest flood crest ever seen here. And yet nobody declared victory. A major snowstorm was predicted, with up to 10 inches of heavy, wet snow on the way. That and the flood forecasts in the previous week changed almost daily. A mere nine days prior to that Saturday in 2009, it was thought the Red could possibly reach a plateau similar to the 1997 flood of 39.72 feet. But nobody then could have predicted what was to come - and why this flood fight on the flat N
Last Tuesday we ran a front-page story that upset and angered many readers. Headlined "Officer who killed himself was to be fired," it revealed that an internal investigation over an accidentally fired Taser led three deputy chiefs to recommend Fargo Police Lt.
On the cover of today's Metro/State section of The Forum is a story about an internal investigation that led to the July resignation of the former Detroit Lakes High School principal. So why is The Forum publishing the story in March? We didn't know about the investigation until late January.