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West Fargo

The Fargo-Moorhead Metropolitan Council of Governments recently released its demographic study of the area
“This was a challenging year for red kettles, to say the least,” said Maj. Abe Tamayo, leader of the Fargo-Moorhead Salvation Army.
Fargo-Moorhead has been caught up in a nationwide flood of fentanyl, a powerful opioid drug that's killing people across the U.S.
The goal of the newly unveiled West Fargo Fire Community Health Alliance is to "connect residents with the right services at the right time," an official said.

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Early estimates presented to the Building Exploratory Committee vary based on whether the city wants to build to 10-year or 30-year population estimates.
Prior to the vote, the City Council motioned to allow homebuyers who bought a home in 2021, or received building permits in 2022, the chance to still apply for the abatement program.
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City, police, library and school district all looking at possible building projects
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is increasing outflow from Baldhill Dam from 130 cubic feet per second to 275 cubic feet per second to make room for spring runoff.
West Fargo police are asking for the public's help with future investigations.
The business customizes vans for mobile offices, campers and more and will move across the Red River from Minnesota to North Dakota.

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When it comes to the North Dakota side of the Red River, Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney said major changes are in the works for the Fargodome.
The agency's executive director, Roger Kjos, said Handi-Wheels saw ridership drop by about half because of the pandemic, but he said numbers have recently begun to climb back up, albeit slowly.
A family from war-torn Ukraine woke up in West Fargo on Friday morning, Jan. 13. It is their first full day in North Dakota.

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