Morning headlines: House fire in Harwood being investigated as 'suspicious

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Here is your InForum Minute for Friday, Oct. 7.

A firefighter uses a hose on a house at 511 Wally St. in Harwood, N.D., as crews work to put out a fire here.

HARWOOD, N.D. — The Cass County Sheriff's Office is investigating a house fire that they believe happened because of 'suspicious activity,' in the early morning hours of Friday, Oct. 7.

The call came in just before 3 a.m. Friday, at 511 Wally St., which is just northeast of Harwood Park. Full story here.

ND board of equalization upholds assessed value of West Fargo mansion

The owners of this mansionon south Sheyenne Street in West Fargo are seeking a reduction in its valuation for tax purposes.
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WEST FARGO — The North Dakota State Board of Equalization has upheld the 2022 assessed value of a West Fargo mansion.


Earlier this year, the Cass County Board of Equalization approved a 2022 assess value of about $6.1 million for a home on Sheyenne Street in West Fargo, the ownership of which is registered to a limited liability company called Tevye. Full story here.

Fargo-Moorhead area woman to participate in upcoming season of ‘The Bachelor’

Television blogger Reality Steve first reported that Fargo-Moorhead resident Madison Johnson would be pariticpating on the upcoming season of "The Bachelor".
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FARGO — Madison Johnson, a small business owner and native of the Fargo-Moorhead area, is set to compete on the upcoming season of “The Bachelor."

Johnson is the owner of MJM Consulting , which, according to its website, is an online marketing consulting firm dedicated to the medical aesthetic industry. Television blogger Reality Steve first revealed that Johnson would be participating in the show. Full story here.

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