Three people and two cats living in the house got out safely, stated a Fargo Fire Department press release.
McFeely: Fran and Earl, the elderly dog couple, get adopted and all is right with the world for a moment
Owner of local pet grooming business, who has long adopted older dogs, takes in celebrity couple from Homeward Animal Shelter
Allan Dalton, senior vice president of the Berkshire Hathaway Home Services real estate global network, writes about his recent trip to Fargo-Moorhead.
The ambitious $10.4 billion plan was approved by the regional transmission organization that serves Minnesota and much of North Dakota, but will require regulatory approval.
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Ukraine and Russia have traded accusations over multiple recent incidents of shelling at the Zaporizhzhia facility, Europe's largest nuclear power plant. Russian troops captured the station early in the war.
The last record of a traditional bark lodge built here dates back to the Lower Sioux Agency in the spring of 1862, right before the U.S.-Dakota War.
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Abbey McDonald, the former Bluejacket star, still has her “ups and downs,” but hopes her story can help others battling similar problems.
In its 2021 uniform crime report released Friday, Aug. 12, the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension reported 201 murders, an 8.5% annual increase, and a 21.6% increase in violent crime. The previous murder record was set in 2020, when Minnesota had 185 murders — a 58% increase from the 117 reported in 2019.
The Iron Range lawmaker's legacy will include a $25 million law that will help fund research of ALS, which he had for the last year of his life.