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2 hrs ago | Valley News Live
In the midst of quiet, solemn solitude of Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Fargo, some are raising their voices and blowing the whistle.
7 hrs ago | Rock102online.com
Fargo businessman Steve Scheel has pledged $20,000 for each lap president Anne Blackhurst completes in MSUM's "Laps for the Long Run" event.
11 hrs ago | Rock102online.com
A Fargo Park Board committee has started discussion on expanding the Park District's smoking ban.
16 hrs ago | KVOX-FM Fargo
It's the first day of school in Fargo. Police urge you to pay close attention for kids when you are traveling in or near a school zone.
17 hrs ago | KVOX-FM Fargo
Fire damaged several units of a condo complex at 715 32nd Ave. north in Fargo Wednesday morning.
18 hrs ago | Rock102online.com
FARGO On the first full day of fall classes, NDSU reported the third-highest enrollment in university history for first-year students.
A Fargo man is now picking up the pieces after fire ripped through his apartment over the weekend along 7th Street North.
This week Valley News Live looks at restaurants in the Fargo area. Many of them are having trouble keeping their floors clean and food items date marked.
A local grocery store is getting a face lift and name change. Sunmart is now Family Fare and the company welcomed the new look in West Fargo with a ribbon cutting on Tuesday.
Grain Piles Up, Waiting for a Ride, as Trains Move North Dakota Oil - FARGO, N.D. - The furious pace of energy exploration in North Dakota is creating a crisis for farmers whose grain shipments have been held up by a vast new movement of oil by rail, leading to millions of dollars
A West Fargo teacher charged with sex crimes has been suspended without pay or benefits.
Andrew Miklas, of Fargo, and Nicole Lindermann, of Kathryn, entered their pleas Monday.
An appeals court has upheld a federal judge's decision allowing a Ten Commandments monument to remain on city property in downtown Fargo.
West Fargo students are back on Monday, and kids in Fargo school will follow later this week.
With students heading back to class, a hair school in the area wants to make sure their looking their best--all for free.
For the second time this summer, Streets Alive took over downtown Fargo with a goal of promoting health by leaving vehicles parked and encouraging physical activity.
The final blow came after weekend rains. Someone had pulled a protective tarp off of the piano and the keys are sticking, making it unplayable.
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Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 09:16 pm
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