Steve Stark cartoon: Fargo Motor Speedway
InForum cartoonist Steve Stark comments on the use of major Fargo streets for racing.
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“As a doctor, it’s tough to hear that these legislators think they know better than I do how to take care of people,” Dr. Mayson Bedient said.
Participants are asked to preregister before Friday, Feb. 10.
The event will be from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., on Tuesday, Feb. 7.
After setting off explosive charges, the building will take a mere 15 to 18 seconds to completely collapse in on itself like a house of cards.
A Fargo woman's chance encounter during a walk perhaps saved her life. The couple wanted to share their story this week because it is National Cancer Prevention Month.
The Fargo Police Department is still searching for the man who abandoned two cats, killing one of them. The survivor is up for adoption as shelters battle with an increase of surrendered pets.
The suspect was posting on social media news coverage of the police activity outside the home.
'Humans don't want to die by suicide:' Searching for answers following the suicide of an 11-year-old
In 2022, 135 people died by suicide in North Dakota, and it is the second-leading cause of death for young people in the state.
Marc Leslie picked up the girl from Fargo North High School, according to court documents. Sickies said the man had no issues or complaints against him before the allegations came to light.
Fargo police were first called to the neighborhood on reports of a man who had fired a round and pointed a gun at people he knew inside the residence.
North Dakota State University's Robert Challey Institute for Global Innovation and Growth will host a virtual conversation a Brown University economist Glenn Loury on Feb. 15.
In today's cartoon, Trygve Olson pokes fun at bills in the North Dakota Legislature seeking to ban 'pornagraphic' materials from schools and libraries.