WEST FARGO – West Fargo Public Schools Superintendent David Flowers has announced he will retire June 30, 2018. According to a statement from the district, the West Fargo School Board will consider Flowers’ letter of intention to retire at its Monday, Dec. 11, meeting.
WEST FARGO -- Police Chief Heith Janke plans to add five new supervisory positions to his department, including an officer who will focus on a growing drug problem and another who will work directly on building relationships with new Americans.
WEST FARGO -- A Sheyenne High School language arts teacher here resigned on the eve of the new school year after an internal district investigation found she gave alcohol to minors and officials found alcohol in her classroom.
FARGO – A funeral for Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind, whose killing has prompted outpourings of grief around the region, will be held this week in Fargo. The funeral is set for 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 7, at First Assembly Church, 3401 25th St. S.
LISBON, N.D. – A Lisbon family is grieving the loss of a 14-year-old girl who was fatally struck by an SUV while riding a bicycle Thursday morning, July 20, on a gravel road. Teena Elijah told The Forum that her daughter, Bethany Elijah, was the victim of the crash.
WEST FARGO – FBI Supervisory Special Agent Heith Janke will be the city’s next police chief. The City Commission unanimously agreed to City Administrator Tina Fisk’s recommendation to hire Janke at a special meeting on Friday, June 23. Janke will be officially hired at the commission’s July 5 meeting when Fisk will bring forward a salary and benefit package she will prepare.
WEST FARGO – A firm called Bat Pros hired by the school district here to investigate what bit a staff member and student last week at L.E. Berger Elementary School hasn’t yet found the culprit, but the mystery critter behind the biting probably wasn’t a bat.
West Fargo - As Mary Dickinson was looking through family artifacts, she found a small scrap of paper with “Stanley?” written neatly in pencil. All Dickinson knew was that the...
FARGO – The defense for 2014 North Dakota Teacher of the Year Aaron Knodel is asking a judge not to delay a second trial for Knodel, who is accused of having sexual contact with a student in 2009.
WEST FARGO -- Construction will begin this summer on the third and final phase of reconstructing Main Avenue, but it will cost the city about 21 percent more than it...