Tran is an enterprise reporter with the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. He began his newspaper career in 1999 as a reporter for the Grand Forks Herald, now owned by Forum Communications. He began working for the Forum in September 2014. Tran grew up in Seattle and graduated from the University of Washington.
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There's dissension in the ranks of the Diversion Authority after one of the Minnesota members objected to the budget, potentially bringing construction to a halt.
BISMARCK—Another bill regulating ride-hailing companies such as Uber has been approved by both chambers of the North Dakota Legislature.
Fargo does have a contingency plan just in case the rivers dry up though, according to Bruce Grubb, the city's top public works official. Water restrictions would come in four stages starting with some restrictions on watering outdoor plants and eventually, as a drought continues, a ban on watering that would grind car washes and some factories to a halt.
FARGO — Brad Wimmer, who's running to be the city's next mayor, recently looked at his opponent Tim Mahoney's attendance record and said he found it wanting. "'Tim your attendance record is not what the other four commissioners' have been over the last eight years," the former city commissioner said Thursday on a WDAY radio debate. Mahoney, evidently surprised, could only retort: "I would challenge that.
FARGO — All options appear to be on the table for the new City Hall building, including an extensive redesign that pushes construction into next year, city officials said Monday. The New City Hall Building Committee has begun looking for ways to make cuts to bring the cost down from $30.4 million, the lowest bid for the project, to a level that allows the city to get the project done without raising taxes. Enterprise Director Bruce Grubb, a committee member, told two members of the City Commission that the group has talked about not finishing conference rooms that aren't immediately ne
FARGO – In their first formal debate, the two men asking voters to let them be mayor showed a lot more in common than differences. Acting Mayor Tim Mahoney and...
FARGO – The bike sharing service that started two weeks ago has taken off, with more than 4,300 trips so far despite chilly, windy weather, according to those involved. Sara...
FARGO – When the Engineering Department’s newest hire arrives for work at City Hall later this month, he’ll find himself sharing an office the size of a supply cabinet with...
FARGO – The city of Fargo has settled two lawsuits tied to buyouts of properties in the way of dike construction, but more may be on the way. City records obtained by The Forum show the city settled earlier this month with Ronald Bergan for $130,500, including attorney fees. It settled in November with Richard Quam for $200,000, records show. City Engineer April Walker said there are several more properties Fargo must soon acquire to keep pace with dike construction.
FARGO – A coalition of sorts is emerging in the mayoral race with at least one City Commission candidate endorsing Brad Wimmer. Cole Carley, one of six running for the...