Sherri Richards has worked for The Forum since 2002. She is the features and business editor, overseeing Variety, SheSays, Farmers' Forum, the daily Business pages and Saturday Business section.
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FARGO - More than 700 donors gave blood as part of the 10th annual Battle of the Badges drive held Tuesday, July 19, through Friday, July 22, at West Acres...
FARGO—The food court during this weekend's Downtown Fargo Street Fair will offer more than frybread tacos and footlong corndogs. Fairgoers will also be able to sample a free community Wi-Fi project two local businessmen hope will eventually blanket downtown Fargo.
I've never been the kind of parent who takes her kid anywhere and everywhere. I say that with a twinge of regret as I see the Facebook posts of babies on long bike treks or little ones at art openings. As a tentative first-time mom, I was overwhelmed by the thought of bringing baby too far from our diaper- and pacifier-stocked home for too long. Not to mention I preferred to nurse in private. And then the second time around, I had Owen.
MOORHEAD — The owners of Fargo Antiques and Repurposed Market are opening a second location at the Moorhead Center Mall. The new store, FM Antiques and Repurposed Market, officially opens Friday, July 1. Hours will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, said co-owner Kristi Bixby.
FARGO — Casey's General Stores will tear down the existing gas station at 2701 S. University Drive, the former headquarters for Stop-n-Go, and build a new convenience store and car wash in the same location. Casey's also has plans for a new site at 3202 43rd St. S., now an empty lot near Fargo Billiards and Gastropub.
FARGO — A new Dollar Tree store being built in south Fargo is expected to open in late August. The store is going up at 4801 45th St. S. It's a 9,000-square-foot freestanding building.
FARGO – “Brews on Broadway,” a pop-up patio featuring live music and beer, is now open at 409 Broadway, the former home of Schumacher Goodyear. Hours for the pop-up will...
Her words rang out from the car's radio and right through my heart. A mom, probably not that different from me, shared in an interview her son's addiction to opioids. She talked about the shame she felt, how she had resisted talking about it, but when she finally did open up, how common she discovered the struggle is. How true this is with so many parenting struggles, I said aloud to my steering wheel.
FARGO—North Dakota's top sectors—agriculture and oil—were down substantially in 2015, but the Fargo-Moorhead area still saw nearly $149 million in capital investments and its unemployment rate drop, according to a Greater Fargo Moorhead Economic Development Corp. report. Primary-sector employment increased 6 percent in 2015, to 17,674 full-time workers. The GFMEDC provided an update of its activity at its annual meeting on Thursday, May 5, at the Hilton Garden Inn in Fargo.
WEST FARGO — Brickhouse Taverns, one of the first tenants expected to open in a recently constructed retail center here, is planning a late-summer opening. The restaurant known for brick-oven...