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Police arrest 3 in north Fargo in connection with heroin overdose investigation
FARGO — A Fargo couple and a woman from Ottertail, Minn., were arrested in north Fargo on Thursday, Jan. 17, and are facing drug charges after an investigation related to recent heroin overdoses in Fargo and Otter Tail County.
West Fargo Public Library introduces new online resources
WEST FARGO —The West Fargo Public Library has new online resources for library cardholders. Creativebug by JOANN gives crafters access to more than 1,000 online videos classes in painting, knitting, crafting, sewing and more.
Blizzard Bash! (1/21/19)
FARGO, ND- (January 14, 2019) Bring the family and celebrate all the fun things about winter at Blizzard Bash. The Fargo Park District and West Fargo Park District are teaming up to host Blizzard Bash from 1:00-5:00 pm on Monday, January 21 inside the Scheels Arena.
Police warn of nationwide crime group targeting women in Fargo
FARGO, N.D. - (Valley News Live) The Fargo Police Department is warning the public about sophisticated thieves that are operating all over the United States and targeting women.
How they voted: North Dakota House passes repeal of Sunday morning shopping ban
BISMARCK — A renewed effort to repeal North Dakota's ban on Sunday morning shopping cleared its first major hurdle Thursday, Jan. 17, as House lawmakers agreed to ditch what some called an outdated and unfair law.
West Fargo Fire Responds to Haz-Mat
The West Fargo Fire Department responded to a hazardous materials situation Thursday morning. According to the department, the situation occurred late Thursday morning in the 2000 block of Main Avenue East.
Three people arrested in a drug bust in Fargo
The Fargo Police Department Narcotics Unit, in conjunction with the Metro Street Crimes Unit, the DEA Task Force, the West Central Minnesota Drug Task Force and the Ottertail County Sheriff’s Office served a narcotics search warrant at 3414 Birdie Street North, Fargo at approximately 10:35 a.m., Thu
7 Outstanding Restaurants In North Dakota That Are Known For A Single Menu Item
Restaurants can have a whole menu full of options, but some have that one thing that everyone seems to order no matter what. These things are their top item, the one that word gets around about. If someone recommends you visit a restaurant and that you absolutely must try that one specific thing, th
Celebrate books and hockey at West Acres
FARGO — Celebrate with Curious Cat Books as they launch their first title, "Where I Fly: A Hockey Story," beginning at noon Saturday, Jan. 26, in front of Legacy Toys at West Acres, 3902 13th Ave. S.
Fargo preparing for 5G arrival with updates to handle new wireless technology
FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) - Fargo city commissioners have approved first reading of a revised ordinance covering a new form of wireless infrastructure. Cities must conform to a Federal Communications Commission order that streamlines the process of installing new antennas for 5-G wireless service.
Fargo police to Felony Lane Gang: 'We know you're here'
FARGO — Last year about this time, Fargo police noticed an uptick in purse thefts. Having heard about similar cases in the Midwest, Fargo authorities believed the area was possibly being targeted by a loose-knit band of thieves known as the "Felony Lane Gang," whose members typically originate out o
Fargo woman accused of defrauding Medicaid
MOORHEAD — A Fargo woman is accused in Clay County District Court with defrauding the Medicaid program and collecting about $20,000 in the process. Sura Ahmed Salem, 27, who works as a personal care assistant, is charged with six felony counts relating to theft by false representation for submitting
Minnesota auctioneers vie for title as best in the state
MOORHEAD, Minn.- Some of Minnesota’s finest auctioneers put their talents to the test at the Courtyard by Marriott in Moorhead. The 31st Annual Minnesota State Championship Auctioneer Contest had the best in the state challenging each other to see who could take home the title.
Fargo Women’s March speakers list released
FARGO — Organizers have released the speakers list for Saturday’s Women’s March and rally. Pre-rally activities for the 2019 Fargo-Moorhead Women's March will begin at noon on Jan. 19, at the Civic Center, 207 4th St. N. The rally will begin at 1 p.m. at the Civic Center arena, which can hold more p
Narcotics Search Warrant Nets Arrests
Three people were arrested Thursday morning following the service of a narcotics search warrant in Fargo. According to the Fargo Police Department, the department’s narcotics unit, metro street crimes unit, DEA Task Force, West Central Minnesota Drug Task Force and the Ottertail County Sheriff’s Off
Ethics measure supporters urge defeat of North Dakota Republican implementation bill
BISMARCK — A fight over new ethics rules lept from the ballot box to the North Dakota state Capitol hallways Friday, Jan. 18, as Measure 1 supporters called for the defeat of an implementation bill introduced by Republican leadership.
Fargo-based Discovery Benefits sold to WEX for $425 million
FARGO — State Bankshares, the parent company of Fargo-based Bell Bank, announced Thursday, Jan. 17, that it has signed an agreement to sell its wholly-owned subsidiary, Discovery Benefits Inc., to WEX, a global provider of payment processing and business solutions.
West Fargo Citizens Police Academy accepting applications
WEST FARGO — The West Fargo Police Department is now accepting applications for the spring session of the Citizens Police Academy. The session will run from Thursday, March 7 to Thursday, May 9. Classes will be from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration Monday at Fargo Theatre
FARGO — The Fargo Human Relations Commission (HRC) will host its annual celebration honoring civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 21, at the Fargo Theatre, 314 Broadway.
North Dakota begins issuing medical marijuana cards
BISMARCK - North Dakota has begun issuing medical marijuana cards to patients and caregivers, after nearly two years of work implementing a distribution system for the drug approved by voters in November 2016.