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A meadowlark enjoys a warm day. As fall approaches, there is still time to enjoy all of the warm weather birds in this area. Special to the Pioneer.
Flight Lines: Feathers and leaves comparable
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Board moves toward home for buses
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Assistant Chief Mike Reitan
Chief's Corner: 2016 crime stats shaping up for a busy year
3 hours 33 min ago
Twelve West Fargo cheerleaders picked as All-Americans at camp
4 hours 26 min ago
West Fargo Sheyenne senior Albi Blanche watches the ball after going low for a dig during Mustangs practice last week.David Samson / The Pioneer
Mustangs volleyball building after nearly making state
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West Fargo senior Autumn Schaeffer participates in Packers volleyball drills last week.David Samson / The Pioneer
Packers volleyball working toward another state appearance
4 hours 28 min ago
West Fargo Packers senior Jaelyn Lardy practices Monday, August 15, 2016, in the L.E. Berger pool in West Fargo.
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Packers hope to keep success rolling with team chemistry
4 hours 28 min ago
North Knewtson hits the ball during the West Fargo Sheyenne boy's tennis practice at the school tennis courts on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016.Matt Hellman / The Pioneer
Mustangs hope second year serves as step in right direction
4 hours 30 min ago
Jay Gibson enters his 26th season as head coach of the West Fargo Packers. David Samson / The Pioneer
Packers football working to rebound after 'heartbreaker' in 2015
4 hours 44 min ago
West Fargo Sheyenne head football coach Jeremy Newton enters his third season at the helm of the Mustangs.David Samson / The Pioneer
Mustangs poised to build on winning season
4 hours 45 min ago
West Fargo Sheyenne's Katie Erickson adjusts her goggles before her next swimming drill during practice at L.E. Berger pool last week.David Samson / The Pioneer
Mustangs carving identity in third year of program
4 hours 46 min ago
Weekly calendar
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Parks want to say, 'Thank you'
5 hours 36 min ago
West Fargo will soon be home to this competition pool that was installed in Omaha Neb. in early June to be used for Olympic trials. After the trials competiton, the pool will be taken apart and shipped to West Fargo where it will be stored until the aquatic facility is ready for it to be installed, likely in 2017. Submitted Photo.
Fundraising group to pay for upgrades at WF aquatic center
17 hours 35 min ago
A motorcycle driver escaped serious harm Monday morning when his motorcycle crashed on Interstate 94. Dave Olson / The Forum
WF woman in one of the 8 crashes on I-94 Monday
17 hours 39 min ago

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New garbage cans are coming to West Fargo homes.

The city is changing its garbage collection system, and will be using side load trucks for garbage pick up starting on ...

A sign from Sheyenne Appliance sits in the piles of rubble that remain in the 400 block of Sheyenne Street Friday, August 11, 2016, in West Fargo after crews demolished the buildings to make way for Sheyenne Plaza, a $12 million, 124,000-square-foot complex that will include a mix of residential and business space, with the potential to include a small city park or gathering space. It has been dubbed West Fargo's future downtown square.
Dave Wallis / The Forum, Piles of rubble are all that remain of a set of businesses in the 400 block of Sheyenne Street Friday, August 11, 2016, in West Fargo after crews demolished the buildings to make way for Sheyenne Plaza, a $12 million, 124,000-square-foot complex that will include a mix of residential and business space, with the potential to include a small city park or gathering space. It has been dubbed West Fargo's future downtown square.
Dave Wallis / The Forum

Wrecking balls started to swing down Sheyenne Street last week, clearing most of the 400 block to make room for the incoming Sheyenne Plaza building.

Construction, which includes demolition of ...

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